the long wait is over! got email this morning, thank God🙏 it took 17mons before my case got approved and no interview😊. 2019 fillers and my extension gonna expire this month of may. i know some of here has the same case as mine, best of luck everyone."patience"
april 1 2021 new card is being produced.
dec 4 2020 case was transferred to another uscis office that now has jurisdiction.
dec 3 2020 form i751 was transferred to another uscis office.
july 2020 fingerprints relating to i751 ware taken.
nov 2019 recieved form i751 petition to remove condition on residence.
My I751 applications was received on 03/01/2021 and my money order was cashed on the 28th of march 2021, although I'm still expecting my 18 months extension notice in the mail but I'm now able to track my case because I called USCIS to request for my case number and they gave it to me .
For anyone who recently got a RFE, how long did it take for you to actually get it in the mail? Our status updated online today showing that a RFE has been mailed to us, and I’m getting anxious because we don’t know yet what exactly they want from us.
My employer agreed to start the GC petition on my behalf with a condition that I continue work for the company 5 years upon GC approval. Without the contract, they will not proceed with sponsorship. So without any choice to get to - I agreed and signed a contract stating they lend us certain loan amount in $$$$$ and that we pay that amount by working with the company upon approval of the PERM, I-140 etc etc for a period of 5 years. Failure to stay would mean I have to pay $200 a month (x 60 months). The stated amount in the contract was intended to be paid for the Lawyer. But truly, the job offer exist for my experience in the industry. I did not physically receive the amount loan but I thought that was the payment for the Lawyer to work on my case. Without much thinking, I said OK I have to agree on this or kiss my sponsorship goodbye, right? Anyway, I know some Lawyer's opinion I read said any expenses incurred during PERM prep and filing fees should all be taken care of by Employer. But that wasn't the case for me.
So comes filing of I-485, I paid for filing fees for my family members but company paid mine. Until I got approved last year and 6 months later after approval, the company is not paying the prevailing wage determined by USDOL which was attested by PERM filling and I-485J bonafide job offer document file with AOS which about 23K$ more per year. Now that I am permanent resident, What are my options? Is the contract I signed with them legal or illegal? Can I quit the job and not worry about the contract? Can I make a retro claim of the unpaid wage since GC approval date? Not to mention, my Employer did not pay the LCA during my 2nd H1B renewal back in 2019 which is 12K$ more.
Anyone, who've been on the same case, please share. I know I'm not alone on this scenario, there are number of us former H1B's to GC's whom are being exploited by our employer.
Hello I have a question I got tested and came positive for COVID 19 and I work in a restaurant industry. Would it affect my sponsor or my immigration status if I apply for receiving unemployment benefits from when my work closed when I came up positive until I get back to work or I test negative ? Would it affect my immigration status ? Thank you
Hello, I need help. I sent my renewal package and received my extension letter. The immigration sent me an RFE to add more proof. I do not have those proof and do not know what to do. I sent tax documents from 2017, phone bill, health insurance, and military ID card. they said it's not enough. the only documents I can add right now are the lease and the driver license? is it going to be enough?
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