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Everything posted by ateetshah

  1. ateetshah

    H-4 EADs

    If you get your facts straights without even looking at any document then you'll know that H4 EAD was never part of injunction or case in first place. Fresh or not fresh doesn't even matter. What's wrong is wrong period. Fact is fact is fact. Again please get yourself educated as such posts don't suit the attire of forum. And please don't use terms like "loser", that'll get you quickly banned and will be out of a job posting threatening comments on public forums.
  2. ateetshah

    H-4 EADs

    It's astounding the level of ignorance above post exhibits. Please get facts straight as your posts are misleading and factually incorrect.
  3. ateetshah

    How to start I-140 Application

    Maybe they're filing GC under EB1C L1A ? Sounds you need to talk to your company HR and or immigration lawyer to sort this out.
  4. ateetshah

    h1b promotion and GC

    2 things to consider. Location depends if it's within the same metropolitan/geographical area for PWD purposes and also if the job is 50% different or not. Say you are moving from One corner of Dallas to another and it's considered same, but moving from Dallas to Houston will invoke new PERM due to PWD differences and recruitment. If answer to both questions are NO, then you don't need another PERM.
  5. ateetshah

    Attorney - Employer weirdness in PERM Process

    LC substitution ? There is no such thing in PERM. It was part of RIR which I believe ended in 2005. What LC Substitution you're referring to ? PERM has to be signed and reasons are different.
  6. ateetshah

    Minimum period of stay after I-140 approval

    Again wrong on all counts. Please suggest USC/FR that says the world "job unlimited". Please refrain from using "rocket science" as that has no context to this conversation. End of story is that OP will retain PD and is perfectly fine. What if all dates become current tomorrow and OP gets his/her GC in 6 months and before the job max out date ? I have read enough immigration laws. No point to argue if you don't have any backup to support your own personal interpretation of law. Different interpretation for different people. Please reply only if you something valuable to add.
  7. ateetshah

    Attorney - Employer weirdness in PERM Process

    Beneficiary still has to sign the PERM application for the record.
  8. PERM job advertisement and any applicant applying for that position, HR & Leg need to make sure the applicant is "perfectly" qualified. It's illegal to tailor make requirements suited to sponsor. And perfectly qualified definitions means the applicant should have work experience in technology or a process or anything that is deemed crucial for doing job in a perfect manner. So it's quite easy to make such a case with USDOL and as long as it's within a reason. Also while filing PERM, everything is electronic and no documentation is sent unless required. So no need to dramatize this situation as it's not needed.
  9. ateetshah

    Minimum period of stay after I-140 approval

    Again I read it and can't find it ? Reading is fundamental and response has failed to address on all aspects. The intention of job is good enough, not intention of job forever. Employment is at will and all employer needs to demonstrate a job, not forever.
  10. ateetshah

    Minimum period of stay after I-140 approval

    Okay please quote the legal standing ? I guess you won't be able to since it's based on unfounded "assumptions" & whims. One can't be wishy-washy about this. OP it's perfectly fine again.
  11. ateetshah

    F1 to Green Card Possible?

    MBA's unemployed or not, just get PERM done straight in one year after joining company. You don't really need much for PERM recruitment if you are competent in what you do and articulate your skills. Good luck.
  12. ateetshah

    Minimum period of stay after I-140 approval

    Perfectly fine. Good luck and go ahead. There is lot of wrong information above. Do what's in the best interest of you and your employer. Your attorney will say the same thing.
  13. Dead wrong on all counts. Quite easy to get PERM done these days and have seen like 20-30 recently done with just one technology missing. Unfounded assumptions without knowledge can be dangerous actually.
  14. The exact stuff will easily and does fly with DOL without any problem. We've seen many cases approved easily with DOL. All that it needs is one missing technology and boom it's approved without a problem.
  15. Chances are that you won't find anyone with a specific exact skillset per PERM regulations. So even if applicant on PERM advertisement misses one technology or skillset, they can be taken out of consideration. PERM recruiting is pretty simple and you will always find workers with "like" skills, but not exact skills.
  16. Such statements kind of looks foolish and shows the immature side if one's behavior. You need to learn first before posting anything further.
  17. ateetshah

    Two 3-yr Bachelor degree for EB2 case : Please HELP

    It's only half correct. Somehow it's a trend here with providing misleading information which frankly is disappointing. Unfortunately nobody values half opinions here. It's not a rookie camp. Amateurs are plenty to be found here with half knowledge. So move on and educate yourself.
  18. ateetshah

    Two 3-yr Bachelor degree for EB2 case : Please HELP

    Plain BS + 5 as standalone is EB2 as well, so above comment is absolutely dead wrong. I love the fact that only half truth information is shared in this forum. Though, OP doesn't have 4yr bachelor, it's going to be EB3 for sure unless some agency evaluates 3yr degree as 4yr, but it's very rare and tough.
  19. ateetshah

    Use of previous experience

    You along with your manager/HR can prove to attorney that your current job is 50% different than previous job, then you can use your experience. The previous poster who answered obviously is not qualified to work in a competitive environment and unfit for responding any questions in a reasonable manner.
  20. ateetshah

    Proof that PERM was filed

    Ignore the unprofessional response above. People think that they deserve to have their opinions heard without merit or respect. Reality is that that they don't know anything other then vent their frustration. You can know the number from the form that attorney mad you sign before filing PERM. Usually it starts with T which means it's in process. Then on day it's filed first letter will become A. You can keep on checking icert.doleta.gov and see around Aug timeframe if PERM is approved. Good luck.
  21. ateetshah

    Second Labor application

    While it bothers me too that unprofessional responses are unwelcome, but to make long story short you can. Some people never have worked real jobs, so they vent their frustration here in very unprofessional manner without facts or meritz. What you are doing is perfectly legal. No need to tell employers what you are doing and you can do parallel process. Good luck.
  22. ateetshah

    Eligibility for EB2 Porting.

    3yr Bachelor is and will be a problem. What is PG Diploma ? Is that equivalent to Master's degree ? Better to get it evaluated first by approved evaluation agency. Keep in mind that actual job position has to be EB2 and your combination of education and experience is what decides EB2 or EB3. Please consult qualified immigration attorney.
  23. Technically you can given its different FEIN. But it's definitely gray area and you should consult a qualified immigration attorney. Good luck.
  24. As long as your experience is not with current employer which you already mentioned, you should be fine. Don't hear any rumours. As long as requirements are what you described it should be fine on the surface of it. All government agencies will do their own audits, but again it is what it is. Your employer's attorney will be in the best position to advise as well. Good luck.
  25. ateetshah

    EB2 Eligibility

    If you have US Masters and 3yr Bachelor degree and even of the minimum requirement is BS + 5, USCIS will consider the application as EB2 as long as degree is in field required and beneficiary has demonstrated 5 years of progressive experience post Masters degree. Getting US Master's satisfies the US/Foreign Bachelor's requirement but beneficiary has to prove that experience gained to be used in petition is after Master's because that is the clear point of time when it's deemed that Master's degree will satisfy US equivalent Bachelor's degree. AILA NSC liaison document from 2007 makes it abundantly clear that petition will be approved as long as experience qualifes for EB2, education will if it's Master's degree from US.