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"On October 20, the Senate followed the House of Representatives in voting to protect surviving family members when either the petitioner or the principal beneficiary of a petition dies. President Obama is expected to sign this legislation shortly.
Presently, the law provides that when the petitioner or the principal beneficiary dies, so does the petition. Typically, if the beneficiaries are present in the U.S., their applications for adjustment of status are denied and they are placed in removal proceedings.
* WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THE NEW LAW?
Not only does the new law eliminate the infamous "widow penalty", it does so much more!
When either the petitioner or the principal beneficiary dies in a wide variety of instances, the law acts to protect the surviving family members:
There are few options for surviving relatives:
For example, there is a section of the law which provides that a surviving spouse of a U.S. citizen can self-petition for permanent residence, but only if the marriage occurred at least two years before the petitioner's death.
There is also a regulation which provides that where the petitioner of a family-based petition dies before the beneficiaries of the petition became permanent residents, the beneficiaries may request that the USCIS reinstate the petition for "humanitarian" reasons.
1) Parents, spouses and children of a U.S. citizen with pending or approved petitions;
2) Beneficiaries, principal or derivative, of pending or approved family-based petitions;
3) Beneficiaries, principals or derivative, of pending or approved employment-based petitions;
4) Beneficiaries, principal or derivative, of pending or approved asylee/refugee relative petitions;
5) Nonimmigrants entitled to "T" (trafficking victims) or "U" (crime victims) status.
Since the waiting times for family-based and employment-based preference can range up to between five and 22 years, often petitioners and principal beneficiaries die before the beneficiaries of the petition can obtain permanent residence.
* EXAMPLE #4 - Employment-Based Petition
Dr. Kumar is a physician born in India. His wife and daughter reside with him in the U.S. He is in H-1B status. His wife and daughter are in H-4 status. Dr. Kumar completed his medical residency in the U.S. on a J-1 visa. Then, for three years, he worked in a medically-underserved area in H-1B status. In 2006, his employer submitted a PERM application on his behalf. It was approved in the Spring of 2007. In July 2007, when all the employment-based numbers became current, Dr. Kumar's employer submitted an EB-2 visa petition on his behalf. Simultaneously, Dr. Kumar, his wife and daughter all applied for adjustment of status. Then his priority date retrogressed. In 2009, Dr. Kumar was killed by a drunk driver. Under present law, the visa petition would be revoked. Under the new law, Dr. Kumar's wife and daughter would be permitted to continue with their applications to adjust status. The visa petition could only be revoked if the USCIS determined that its continued approval would not be "in the public interest".
The new law will provide immigration benefits to "survivors" in various types of immigration cases where either the petitioner or the principal beneficiary dies before the other family members are able to become permanent residents.
However, the law is complex, and the extent of its benefits will not be known until after the USCIS and the State Department promulgate regulations, or issue memos, explaining how they plan to implement the new law."
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Pay stubs & Tax returns for all your stay in USA are most important. Some times, you may be asked to submit w2 form for all your employer changes. If you have worked with company that had a H1B transfer denial, You need to have pay stubs & w2 form from that company also.
The office at any USA consulate may ask you the following items,
1. recent pay stubs (Probably for 3 months)
2. W2 form from your old company & new company (If you have worked for 2 companies in the FY 2007.
3. Last pay stub from your old company & first pay stub form your new company. This is to verify your continuity on the work
The DOL reports that they are "scaling up" resources dedicated to the elimination of backlog cases. Their stated deadline for eliminating the backlog is September 30, 2007. Based on what we at the Murthy Law Firm are experiencing, they are going to have to really increase their efforts, particularly in Pennsylvania, to meet this goal. They note that the work at the BPCs cannot be compared to the PERM case processing, since backlog cases receive full review, whereas the PERM cases are based upon attestations and primarily are technology-driven.
I also would like to remind you that after shifting to Company B I got my H1b visa stamped. This is the second time I am going for stamping for visa renewal.
Given that my h1 transfer recipient date is aug 23rd (same day I got laid off),am I still safe?
Please also let me know if I could use adv. parole if some worst happens and get my h1 renewal visa gets rejected. Please respond me as soon as possible. Thanks.
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The main question is, would this affect my current H1B and approved I-140 or would this be a separate case?
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One of my friend is in a bad situation, I am posting on behalf of him,
He is having H1B from Company A, company even filed labor, he got a project all was going well , his project with client got over on September 15th 2009. He was on bench since then, his recruiting guys tried hard marketing him and atlast after 3 mnths found a project and when the time has come for paper work, today,HR from client called and told him that his company A's HR responded them saying his H1 was cancelled on September 15th as soon as his project got over with his previous client. My friend was not intimated about this not even the recruiter and was in assumption that company is still supporting him ..He is in shock and helpless..
Now the question is its more than 90 days since Sept 15th, what is the current situation what can he do? (has 2 offers in hand and no h1)..wat are the options he left with? Anything can be done? Can he stay and apply a new H1 or transfer? Pleas advise, Gurus appreciate your quick response.
Thanks in Advance
Well then I'd have to inform them....But still the attorney always gets a copy of an RFE right since I had it through the company attorney....
As far as getting GC is concerned I am still far from that stage.....so there is no chance of missing that....I am not counting on it....
But since I have signed that G28 form ....attorney always gets a copy of the correspondence from USCIS....
All this is to avoid getting an RFE (for extraneous reason like address change) while I am unemployed ...
Correct me if i am wrong.
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Take it easy!!! relax!!! I understand your frustration...but take it easy...we are trying our best to fight for our problems. I already participated in high five drive.
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You are wrong. Please read the Footer text on page 1.
It clearly says
"EMPLOYERS MUST RETAIN COMPLETED FORM I-9. PLEASE DO NOT MAIL COMPLETED FORM I-9 TO ICE OR USCIS"
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If you used substitution labor just to get ahead of others who are in the line, then I hope no one answers your query. I won't be as critical as zCool but substitute labor cases are repulsive.
Company A has variety of legal problems with USCIS..not paying for people on bench and due to that my H1-B extension got affected and denied..it is a long list of 12 page denial..already filed ac21 with the other company..
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Travelling without recieveing receipt notice is still an unclear topic. uscis has given a vague answer on that
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Question # 1:
I am currently on a work visa (H1) and I know that I can maintain it even if I work part-time. I want to go back to school as a full time student. I just want to check that I can maintain a legal status as a part-time worker and a full-time student. What are my options?
According to Mr. Khanna it should not be a problem if you hold a part-time H-1 and enroll in fulltime studies while being on H-1. You should further discuss the university's requirements with the foreign student office at the school. You cannot hold both F-1 and H-1 status.
Question # 2:
I wanted to know whether going to school full time and working part time on an H1 would jeopardize my green card application. It is currently pending at the Philly Backlog Center.
According to Mr. Khanna it should not have an effect.
:D ....an admissions officer of one of the schools:
It is possible to study while in H-1 status, however, it usually is not the primary purpose for being in the U.S. I have had two students who have done this, one was a PhD who only had one semester of coursework before beginning the dissertation phase and has since applied for and received permanent residency. The other student was on H-1B, was getting married to a U.S. citizen and applying for permanent residency as well, so neither case would really apply to you.
I sometimes advise students against remaining in H-1 status unless there is a compelling reason to do so. If you do remain in that status you are required to still be working for your employer, which can be difficult due to the demands of the degree program here at XXXXX. XXXXX is a full-time program, so you would not be permitted to do the program on a part-time basis in order to allow for your work commitments. Also, there is a 6 year limit on H-1's. Technically, study in H-1B should be incidental to your primary purpose for being in the U.S.
Again, if you and your employer determine that you will remain in H-1B status please let me know, otherwise we must process a change of status for you to F-1 or if you are planning on leaving the U.S. during the summer, we can process and initial status I-20 for you and you will be required to apply for an F-1 visa at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate, before returning to being the program at XXXXX.
:D ....From another admissions officer. [She keeps saying the same thing no matter how many times I ask her...I'm about to ask her for a Yes/No answer as politely as I can :) ]
You can attend school on an H-1b if school is incidental to your H-1b status
Hope this helps shed some light for you.
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So out of these 3 which one will going to be in my employment letter. I am unable to get in touch with attorney thru company and our HR doesnt know what to write in Employement letter. Any advise from people who already got their employement letter from their employer.
You need to use "Programmer Analyst" for Employment verification letter, but Employment offer letter, you need to use "Software Programmer Engineer".
This is 100% correct.
Employment verification letter is for current occupation what you mentioned in LCA when applying for H1. If you say something else, then you are voilating what you mentioned. Then it is going to problem if a strict USCIS officer observes that.
But for Employment offer letter, since it is for future emploment, you need to have the title mentioned in PERM application.