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  • DS160- Questions -Present Employer

    Hi Friends,

    Good Day!

    I have a few Q's regarding the DS160 form. Please help.

    My Situation here:

    I applied H1B for april 2008 and have an approval notice. I was in INDIA when i applied for the VISA. But now I am on deputation to singapore and work for ABC Company(singapore branch) for past 3 years and I get my salary in SGD. But my parent company is in India (Same ABC Company, Chennai Branch). Setup is like: I will return to India and join ABC chennai branch once my assignment is over in Singapore.

    Q1 : Who will be my present employer ? Do I have to indicate both entities as my employer's ? Is there an option for the including both company?

    Q2 : How can i represent my monthly salary? Should it be SGD*exchange rate (to convert to local currency)

    Q3 : Have you belonged to, contributed to or worked with any professional, social or charitable organisation ? -- Does this mean my employment . I am confused since "professional" is used

    Thanks in advance!

    Thanks and Regards,
    SwasRang

  • #2
    1. Whoever pays you salary is your employer.
    2. That is fine.
    3. No.
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    • #3
      Hi Admin friend,

      Thanks a lot for clarifing my doubts.

      One more clarification pls...

      Along with my main salary in singapore ( i have paid tax in sg for 3 years), i also get basic salary in india( though within the no-tax limit).

      So, above being the case, shall still mention present employer as ABC - SG branch ...

      Thanks in advance!

      Regards,
      Swasrang

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      • #4
        You can do it either way.
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        • #5
          Thanks Very Much

          Regards,
          Swasrang

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          • #6
            DS160- Relatives

            Hi,

            I need one more clarification for filling up DS160

            1. Do you have any other relatives in US?

            My uncle's (Dad's brother) family is living in US( i guess they all have become citizens)

            Do i have to say yes or no?

            I have already answered one q as no (i do not have bro/sis/finacee/parents living in US)

            Please advise.

            Regards,
            Swasrang

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            • #7
              say YES. Nothing wrong with that.
              [Note:- I am sharing my views, contact your attorney for the best advice.]
              Originally posted by swasrang View Post
              Hi,

              I need one more clarification for filling up DS160

              1. Do you have any other relatives in US?

              My uncle's (Dad's brother) family is living in US( i guess they all have become citizens)

              Do i have to say yes or no?

              I have already answered one q as no (i do not have bro/sis/finacee/parents living in US)

              Please advise.

              Regards,
              Swasrang

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              • #8
                Read https://www.immihelp.com/us-visa-ds-...ion-relatives/

                Please follow step by step instructions at https://www.immihelp.com/us-visa-app...n-form-ds-160/ Take time to read everything before posting questions.
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