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Vijsingh     01/14/2020 08:59 AM
 


Hello Everyone

I need some help and suggestion from ths forum

My AOS status is pending and currently working on EAD. Earlier I was on L1A and that has been expired after 7 years in Oct 2018. My interview with USCIS has been completed last year in Feb 2019.

Now Question is can i change job, if i get same profile job somewhere else. If yes Do I need to inform USCIS, What complications or risk are in it.

I will appreciate your advice or if someone know about any Lawyer how can help in it,

Thanks
VJ

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Ajla23     01/14/2020 03:11 AM
 


Does anyone here experienced a consular processing for an employment based green card? My lawyer was telling me to go back to Philippines and do a consular processing.

My timeline was:
1. Waited for my prevailing wage (July 2019)
2. Prevailing wage was provided by DOL (November)
3. Posted ads (December)
4. My lawyer filed a form (I am not sure what form is that) - January 2020

I am not sure what the next step is but I was a J1 then extended here in usa for 6 months mor as a b2 and she wants me to go back to ph for the process.

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kaisheng07     01/13/2020 16:57 PM
 


I received the courtesy letter for medical exam, but USCIS website case status shows "Request for Initial Evidence". In the meantime, I didn't receive any other mail from USCIS. I am so confused, what do I do now? please help!

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PTten     01/13/2020 13:03 PM
 


I just got recently approved with my GC. How long should I stay with my current employer before I change employer? Is there a certain number of months that I should stay with my petitioner?

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Jelenko07     01/13/2020 10:34 AM
 


Does anyone have experience with interview while being sponsored by an individual and not the company?
I am having my interview in a month and am super nervous about it.
Also does anyone have experience with having an interview for the future position? I switch to I-485 from F1 and even I got EAD few months back I didn’t start working for my employer because of medical reasons. I had to travel to my home country multiple times and have a surgery I am still recovering from. But my sponsor still intents to employ me after my recovery is done. Should I bring translated medical documents to an interview with me.
Andy advice will be highly appreciated

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bw95     01/09/2020 16:55 PM
 


Some people have been asking about my timeline so here it is:

I'm on a currently valid H1B (on my 2nd year).
I dont have a EAD combo card. I didnt even apply for AP.

PD: May 2, 2019
PERM approved: July 30, 2019
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was told by the lawyer that "On July 16 the USCIS has hit green card quota... will file your permanent residency on Oct 1, 2019 once the new quota for green cards are released."
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i-140, i-485, i-765 submitted: Oct 1, 2019
i-140, i-485, i-765 receipt notice: Oct 17, 2019

Biometric fingerprint notice: Oct 29, 2019
Biometric fingerprint notice done: Nov 8, 2019

i-140 approved: Nov 8, 2019

i-485 transferred from Nebraska service center to NBC: Dec 5, 2019
Ready to schedule interview: Jan 2, 2020
Interview scheduled: Jan 6, 2020

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bw95     01/09/2020 16:54 PM
 


Some people have been asking about my timeline so here it is:

I'm on a currently valid H1B (on my 2nd year).
I dont have a EAD combo card. I didnt even apply for AP.

PD: May 2, 2019
PERM approved: July 30, 2019
------
was told by the lawyer that "On July 16 the USCIS has hit green card quota... will file your permanent residency on Oct 1, 2019 once the new quota for green cards are released."
-------

i-140, i-485, i-765 submitted: Oct 1, 2019
i-140, i-485, i-765 receipt notice: Oct 17, 2019

Biometric fingerprint notice: Oct 29, 2019
Biometric fingerprint notice done: Nov 8, 2019

i-140 approved: Nov 8, 2019

i-485 transferred from Nebraska service center to NBC: Dec 5, 2019
Ready to schedule interview: Jan 2, 2020
Interview scheduled: Jan 6, 2020

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abcmi     01/09/2020 03:03 AM
 


i received my interview date and im quite nervous for the upcoming interview

came here as visitor, changed to f1 and now eb3 - Philippine filer.

i worked with no authorization while filing tax do i tell the IO about this during interview?

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Lucky99909     01/08/2020 00:40 AM
 


EB2-NIW

November 2019: Interview completed (Texas)

IO told us that everything looked good and there should not be any problem. No immediate final decision was made at the spot. I have not heard anything from them until now. The status on the website still says "Interview was scheduled". No update is making me really anxious.

Has anyone had a similar experience or been waiting for this long?

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PTten     01/08/2020 10:52 AM
 


Hebrews 6:15 " And so after waiting patiently, Abraham received what was promised"
I guess it's my turn to share my experience. Been reading this blog for almost 9 months and it helped me a lot on getting my hopes high and being inspired from those who got the approval. It's been a long nerve wrecking wait but still His time is perfect.

Here's my timeline
EB3 Philippines
Feb 2, 2018: Employer filed EB3 I-140
Jan 2019: I-140 approved
Apr 23, 2019: I-485 filed with EAD and AP
Sept 2019: EAD and AP approved and received
Sept 30,2019: Interview was scheduled
Oct 30, 2019: Interview done
Jan 8, 2020: New card being produced

Interview experience:
The IO was very professional and jolly all through out interview. I prepared everything prior to my interview such as:
Tax returns, I-94 printed, Pay stubs, Employment verification letter (which is very important if you're under employment based, W-2, Original Birth certificate, Marriage certificates.
I photocopied all of the originals and organized them well which I think is kinda helpful in a way that I can pull the documents out easily.
IO asked yes or no questions, and verified every information. Asked about my job duties, hours of work.
After the interview, IO said she will give a decision in 2 weeks. Then comes the 2 months of silence without any update. My wife is also on EB3, interview was on Nov 5,2019 and got her GC Dec 28,2019.
I know it's really frustrating at some point. Pray for it, ask for it and He will give it to you at the right time. Hebrews 10:37" For, In just a little while, he who is coming will come and will not delay"


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