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  1. @sam3215 : Thanks for responding. Following from the memo is causing lot of anxiety: "Criminal cases where an individual is charged with (or convicted of) a criminal offense, or committed acts that are chargeable as a criminal offense, even if the criminal conduct was not the basis for the denial or the ground of removability. USCIS will, where circumstances warrant, refer cases to ICE without issuing an NTA or adjudicating an immigration benefits." Following mentions H1B is exempted, but do not know which one takes precedence, following or above one: "USCIS will not implement the memorandum with respect to employment-based petitions at this time" If folks who have done H1B extension since Nov'18 can share their experiences, it will really help.
  2. Yeah, my bad, created post in wrong category in first instance, so posted same in correct category in second instance.
  3. Charged with DV 4, H1B extention pending, I94 expired, no conviction, no guilty plea. With recent USCIS memo dated 6/26/2018 and 11/19/2018 regarding NTA, has anyone with similar situation gone through H1B extension process since Nov'18? What is the most probable outcome in this case? Approval or Denial? If denial, then what exactly happens? NTA is issued? You get to know online and can leave US immediately? Should person with such circumstances sell off home/car and be ready to leave at any instance? Immigration attorney's are not able to suggest anything as they say the memo is so new with no substantial history that no one can predict the outcome so resorting to asking similar situation guys their experiences.
  4. Charged with DV 4, H1B extention pending, I94 expired, no conviction, no guilty plea. With recent USCIS memo dated 6/26/2018 and 11/19/2018 regarding NTA, has anyone with similar situation gone through H1B extension process since Nov'18? What is the most probable outcome in this case? Approval or Denial? If denial, then what exactly happens? NTA is issued? You get to know online and can leave US immediately? Should person with such circumstances sell off home/car and be ready to leave at any instance? Immigration attorney's are not able to suggest anything as they say the memo is so new with no substantial history that no one can predict the outcome so resorting to asking similar situation guys their experiences.
  5. user1001

    Pending DV charge and apply H1B extension

    Talk to your counselor about your situation, they may allow you to complete your class before scheduled completion date, not that it will change anything but will definitely that might help to certain extent to pacify your questions.
  6. user1001

    Pending DV charge and apply H1B extension

    I am in the same boat, have filed for H1 extention with DV charge, completed anger management course. Consulted with couple of immigration lawyers, they feel there should be no problem in extention. There is no enough sampling data points to predict the outcome after recent announcements by USCIS (OCT 2018) , as very few H1B professionals get into this unfortunate situation. And as always and natural behavior, folks who have similar situation and get decision either way, they do not bother to come back to forums and update their experience. Everyone want to know outcome from someone else but do not bother to share their own once done. Lets see how it goes.
  7. user1001

    Arested for Family Violence and Case dismissed

    If entering an agreement (SOC) with prosecution, not ordered by judge, where classes are for 6 months, no restitution fees, pay filing fees, monitoring fees does this count as conviction for immigration purposes?
  8. If you get RFE isnt it that your employer then would know about it and that could cause a problem?
  9. user1001

    Domestic violence charges and H1b Stamping

    I am in same boat, same state, same charge, negotiating SOC, can you share your experience? It will be very helpful.
  10. I am also in same boat, can you share your email to get some guidance on this?
  11. user1001

    Dismissed Domestic Violence charge

    I am in similar boat, about to enter SOC agreement, how did things turn out for you, any suggestions for H1B Extention, H1B stamping from your learning?
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