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  • H1B approved FY-2009

    Hi freinds
    i filed H1B in APR-2008 got reciept notice and number on 1stMAY
    employer said he got approved notice on MAY 1st week.
    current status on USCIS since may 1st week shows :
    "Case Approval notice sent."

    When will i recieve documents ?
    employer says it could take time upto jun-end or july 1st week.

    anybody with same case have got docs from emplyers / usics->emplyers?

    To be in safe what are the documents i shld demand from my emplyer.

    iam scared of some1 called Nancy (VO) in chennai consulate office.. is she really moody candidate? i heard more bad things about her is that true?.


    thanks for reply

  • #2
    Congrats !!

    First of all, CONGRATS. I have two queries from your end :
    1) Were you in the premium processing category?
    2) What is your job offer, I mean, is it related to IT or else what?
    Well, start preparing for your interview.
    CIAO,all the best


    AND brother, No NANCY ,NO FANCY...trust yourself and be a SHER!!

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    • #3
      Wow! A super exhaustive list of documentation. You forgot to add the work place photos and company pictures, cubicle pictures etc. One would need a suitcase for all these documents.

      Some questions:

      1. What does #1 mean?
      2. In 12, Why will employees give their bank statements to some TDH?
      3. # 19, for what?

      I am not a lawyer and you need to consult with one to validate any info posted on the forum and discuss your case specifics. H1b Question? Read the FAQ first.

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      • #4
        Buddy

        HEY BUDDY, too much of unneccesary info and papers should be avoided because that will not only confuse you and will DOUBLE confuse the Visa Officer too .
        Follow Txh1b, cause this Guy seem to know more than anyone around. If you surf around on this website , you will find that the info which you are looking for has already been answered by someone.
        Do a bit of surfing (on the website)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by gbadrain
          Follow Txh1b, cause this Guy seem to know more than anyone around.
          I am flattered but the truth is I have more free time at my end than others probably and this is a result of it. Many members on this forum are proficient in the areas of immigration.

          I am not a lawyer and you need to consult with one to validate any info posted on the forum and discuss your case specifics. H1b Question? Read the FAQ first.

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