US Immigration Questions

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    Answer 1. In my opinion, you are not violating your status. The USCIS interpretation of CPT is flawed. In my opinion, CPT should be available as long as the course requires. That is true even if the CPT goes on for several years.

    Answer 2. In the worst-case scenario, if the government continues in their illegal interpretation of the CPT rules, they can make you go outside the United States for H-1B visa stamping. I do not see how the consulate can deny a visa on the grounds of using CPT. You have done everything by the book.

  9. Authored on: Wed, 02/10/2021 - 08:08

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    Filing Supplement J, staying without work on EAD, H-1B denial effect on I-485


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    1. Usually if you do an H-1B transfer or if the I-140 is revoked that becomes their source of knowledge.

    2. Absolutely, the regulations only require that when asked, you should be able to produce an offer of employment for the same or similar job and file Supplement J. This is only when asked.

    3. If you have a I-485 pending you are always allowed to stay in the United States, but make sure that you have an EAD.

    4. Normally an H-1B denial has no effect on the Adjustment of Status I-485. FAQ in detail...



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  10. Authored on: Wed, 02/10/2021 - 07:57

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    Age Out/CSPA for children immigrating to the US

     

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    Most of these kids are turning to F-1 and the government is giving them F-1/Student visas to go to college, even if the parents are here and even if their names appear on the green card parent screen card. FAQ in detail...

     

     

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