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H1b Stamping with Reckless Driving
I am convicted for Reckless driving by speed (94/55) in Virginia. It states that in Virginia going anything above 20 mph is reckless driving and a Class 1 Misdemeanor offense. I was not arrested(put in jail)/Fingerprinted, Only my License was suspended for 3 months and payed fine of $600(which includes court fees).

I got my H1b picked up in the lottery and will soon file the petition to USICS. After October 2021 I plan to go to my home country(India) and should probably apply for H1b Stamping.

My questions are:

1. What should be the answer in DS 160 for the field : Have you ever been arrested off any crime/offense. Reckless driving is an offense in Virginia but not in every state and Don't know for sure if I have to mention it in DS 160. Please help me if anyone faced this issue.

2. As per my knowledge person will DUI will be denied stamping on the mental/physical grounds. Will it be treated same for Reckless driving as well?

3. Any suggestions/steps should be taken in advance to prevent stamping denials.

4. Will there be any problem at POE.

Please help me if anyone have knowledge on this type of scenario or experienced the similar thing before , it would be helpful for me.

Thanks in Advance
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I 751 and traveling
Hi everyone, I have question and would be very happy if anyone can share experiences, knowledge, information. My green card is expiring on September 19, 2021. I will be filing my I751 on June 20th. Can I travel internationally after I submit my I751 with a valid green card or do I have to wait for a receipt to travel? Will I have any problem upon my return with a valid green card but no receipt? And what happens if my receipt arrives before I come back to the US?
Thank you!
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Re-entry permit -need some info
hi All,
i might need to travel outside the US for few weeks and since my removal of condition case in pending , i need to apply for permit. My questions is what is the application process -such as documentation ?
How long does it take for the permit approval ? (is there a quicker response if expedited? Is that an option )
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Applied for EAD/AP but only received EAD, still waiting for I-131 travel document
I applied for EAD/AP at the same time back in April, Biometrics were done in Aug and I received the EAD card in October (unfortunately with the "invalid for reentry" stamp). I don't know why the AP was not approved at the same time. I finally received a notice that the AP was approved in November, but they have still not sent out the actual document. Just wondering if anyone else had this frustrating experience.
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form barcode does not reflect the correct information
I recently prepared I131 for my parents. I found I put the wrong gender in the form and fixed it without updating the barcode. What I did was that I directly printed the page with corrected information without saving it first. As a result, the barcode was not updated. Then I repackged the form and send it to uscis. It has been two weeks and I am waiting for receipt. I just realized that the barcode was not updated this morning. The information I filled in the form was correct but the barcode was not updated based on it. If people scan the barcode only, it will reflect the wrong information. Is this a serious issue? How can I fix it?
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My travel document application was received on April 13th and it is in Nebraska service Center . They reused my previous fingerprints to run my background check . I am still waiting for the document. Nothing yet
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I was wondering if anyone knows what is the change I will get my i-131 approved after uscis already approved my i-131 expedite request. I also wonder if anyone knows how long it can take from the day my expedite request was approved till the day I will get my travel document, what is the waiting time. Thanks
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Re Entry Permit
Hi I'm asking for my sisters situation. Currently she's studying outside US and a green card holder. She has a re entry permit but can she apply for a new re entry permit earlier than the 60 days timeframe before her re entry expired? Her re entry permit will expire on May 2021 but we were planning to apply for a new one on December 2020 is it possible?
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Expedite request experience, anyone?
Hi Fam!
A SLC filer, PD was 7/18/2019. And my files are in NBC.
I need to travel abroad in Feb 2020, and I need to get back to work asap.
The wait has been so frustrating especially after they sent a RFIE regarding birth certificate, which I had already submitted in the original file. I feel that they are just doing this to drag the process.

I just called USCIS live agent and filed expedite request for i131(travel permit) and i765(work authorization)

All she said was to watch out for emails regarding information if they need any before they decide to move on with expedite process or not. Is there anyone who filed expedite requests? And if then, what evidences did they request? And how did it all go? Please share your experience!

I am going to do whatever I can do in my power.
I need your advice!
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physical presence
I know that a re-entry permit has 2 yrs validity only to be outside the US and I am aware of the 4 years + 1 day rule because of the re-entry permit, but I am not sure if my physical presence is affected by my six months and 2 days only absence (left the US July 23, 2017 and came back January 25, 2018). Is that 2 days on top of 6 months absence can be a cause for N-400 denial? Please help
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