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  1. rohit369

    H1-B transfer with Consular Processing

    I think you have to activate the H1 before it can be transferred.
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    H1B visa stamping in Malaysia

    Its better you attend the interview in Mexico.
  3. Just wait till you get the approval from Company B, resign at Company A and join Company B. Its much simple and cleaner approach.
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    US Visa fee payment in Mexico

    There is no way to pay the fees in the US or online. Someone in person has to go to the bank in MX and pay the fees in person. I took help of my coworker who is from MX and he requested one of his family members to pay the fees in MX. Look up online, I think there is one agent who offers the fee payment service for some extra fees.
  5. There is no way to pay the fees in the US or online. Someone in person has to go to the bank in MX and pay the fees in person. I took help of my coworker who is from MX and he requested one of his family members to pay the fees in MX. Look up online, I think there is one agent who offers the fee payment service for some extra fees.
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    Need advice on H4 visa stamping

    It very unlikely that your H1 is approved and your wife's H4 is still pending. Its usually both or none. Please give it a few days, you may get the approved petition for H4 via mail. Sometimes the case status won't get updated in the status system. Check on #1 first. Better get in touch with your attorney to check on the H4 case status. Just carry a copy of I-140 and be ready to answer all the questions. Its likely that they may want to see your I140 (happened to me). Be honest 🙂
  7. Yes. Move to H4 and enjoy life!
  8. How does this amount to fraud? When you are going for the stamping, you are legally employed with Employer B with the payroll running.
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    i140 Approved Change of Employer

    No
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    Switching Jobs

    Yes
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    I 140

    Yes for both. Ideally, you can keep changing employers and get H1 extensions for life now based on your current approved I140. If you decide to get your GC, then you have 2 options: Join the same employer who has your I-140 and apply for I485 Redo everything from start to GC with the current employer.
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    I140 RFE

    Best answer!
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    PERM I140 EB2 on the job Work Experience Question

    No, they will post requirement for 8 years experience and file PERM. I dont see any issues here. Join them fulltime.
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    H1B 5th year mid. Job change and PERM options

    The following is the best approach IMO: Apply for H1 transfer in PP now. Join the new employer and start GC process. it will take 1 year by the time you get your I140. I140 can be done in PP. Looking at your timeline, you will get your I140 before you complete 6 years on H1 which is the end of 2020 including recapture. Apply for H1 extension based on approved I140 next year again. If you get an audit during PERM, you can apply for H1 extension based on PERM application. You will get 1 year H1 extension. Anyways, the key here is to get your H1 transfer done in PP and start GC with the new employer. That will keep the entire process simple and clear.
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