Hi Judith, thanks for your reply, i have 2 years of experience after bachelors degree back in my country and I have experience letter for that position.can i add the 2 yrs experience while filing i-140? is it true that more experience letters you show with the masters degree, the less the chance of getting RFE's at time of I-140 approval?? I want to have a smooth way.
Can you please tell me what are the exact qualifications that are needed to qualify to file PERM under EB2
A US master degree or a 4 year degree from abroad that is determined to be the equivalent of a US bachelor degree. You cannot have a 3 year BS and make up the 4th year with a combination of education and/or experience. The underlying BS has to be 4 years.
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My husband has applied for perm too and his priority date is before mine, if my i-140 petition has RFE or gets denied, when i apply through my husband as his dependent, will there be any problem in our green card processing (will his or my Green card processing be affected at that point ) as my i-140 is denied.
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1. My current H1B visa stamping date is until Sep 2013 from my previous employer. I am employed with a new company and have a new I-797 until 2015. I am planning to visit India in Aug, 2013 and return in Sep 2013. My question is, should I go for H1B visa stamping when I visit India or can I enter with my earlier visa stamping date although it would expire within 10 days after my arrival and will there be any problems at port of entry saying your visa is about to expire even though i have a new I-797 approval.2. My fiance is in her 6th year of H1B expiring in Feb 2014. If I apply for Green Card PERM Labor processing this year for my fiance, will that give H1B extension to her ?. Also if she plans to shift to student visa (F1), will the Green Card PERM processing will be cancelled.
“Listen, it’s been great helping you, but I have to attend to my other customers now that we’ve covered your issues of permanent residency through EB2 and PERM education requirements. I encourage you to check back in with me as your situation progresses. If you like, I can help you with additional questions you may have in the future, about things like visa stamping, entry on your visa stamp and your fiance's visa, etc. Here’s my profile link to ask me direct questions: www.justanswer.com/law/expert-Business_Imm_Law - please visit me again!” You can also begin a new question thread with "FOR JUDITH". i AM AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK, Enjoy your weekend.
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