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Member Profile: CppDeveloper (482 posts)

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Hello, I'm CppDeveloper (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 17 Mar 2018
I have been a member since 20 Jan 2011
I have added 482 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 17 Mar 2018
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 17 Mar 2018
Topic: H1B revoked by employer without informing, stayed in Us

To add more, if IO in India found her illegal status, why he approved her H4 visa in Dec 2015? Here, what that means is, the IO 'excused' her illegal status and approved H4 visa. So, her illegal status was already excused.

Actually, my wife had illegal status of 2 years in a similar manner of OP. Not as H1 revoke, but her I94 expiry date was 2 years earlier than expiry date of H4 visa (because of her passport expiry date was 2 years earlier than H4 visa). After that illegal stay, her H4 extensions approved twice, we got I485 approved without any issue and we are US Citizens now. :) BTW, we were not even aware of that until our lawyer found it at the time of I485 adjudicating time. He only said about the other section.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 17 Mar 2018
Topic: H1B revoked by employer without informing, stayed in Us


Did you get a chance to read the link you shared? It clearly mentions "IF the aggregate period of such violations does not exceed 180 days." In this case, it is almost a year... I am not sure how section 245(k) is applicable in this case.

Sorry, I referred wrong section. But I know 100% sure that there is other section which clearly says 'once if any one enters into US with a valid visa, previous violations will not count' (not even come into IO's notice as we don't file paper work). I can explain in different way. Let us say OP's PD for filing I485 becomes current in April 2019, and he files I485 for him and his family. On April 2020, when IO verifies legal status while adjudicating, he will only verify between the dates 'last entry into US with a valid visa (not with Advance Payroll, BTW, IO don't know entries on AP) to the date of filing I485 (receipt date of I485). So, for OP's wife, these dates are Feb 2016 to April 2019 for which her status is legal.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 16 Mar 2018
Topic: H1B revoked by employer without informing, stayed in Us

No need to worry at all, she is safe. As per section 245(k), when she entered into US with a valid visa, all previous status violations are obsolete. Read the link below.

https://www.murthy.com/2011/10/07/green-card-pos...
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 14 Mar 2018
Topic: HCL america - GC processing - will we believe them?


Great. May I know who is that?

Why are you asking personal info? Do you expect he will answer your question?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 12 Jan 2018
Topic: Should I report this?


simple answer..jsut search in google..these days you find everything ..all we need is little commonsense and smartness to survive

Not always true. True for 85% of the projects which WITCHS do. Remaining 15% need experience with real skills, just experience is also not enough.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 12 Jan 2018
Topic: Moving home country after GC

Apply reentry permit which is valid for 2 years. One of our friend moved to India after GC and renewed once. Thus, he stayed 4 years, 2nd renewal not approved and returned back to US for good. Actually he went India to take care of his lonely father (Mom passed away long back). Denial of 2nd renewal and his father passed away both happened at the same time. So he returned US for good.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 12 Jan 2018
Topic: Should I report this?


Suggesting that one way is better than the other can be avoided. I think we Indians ( very sorry to generalize) are very opinionated and take things very personally. This reflects in your professional and private life. Please take a step back and put yourself in the other persons shoes and think differently.

Well said, agree 100% with you.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 31 Dec 2017
Topic: H1b Extensions Trump impact - AC21 reinterpretation


Spouse does not want to live with in laws?

You nailed it. :) Very true for 90% of families including myself.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 31 Dec 2017
Topic: H1b Extensions Trump impact - AC21 reinterpretation


Because your citizens are too cozy and comfortable in their big houses and big cars. And fake jobs, where Americans talk about sports, lunch plans, vacation plans, all day at work.

Not all, but most. This is the problem with us. We judge all Americans by looking at these guys. BUT, I know many Americans who work harder than Indians and they are in very high tech departments where Indians doesn't exist.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 29 Dec 2017
Topic: Which step is more complicated ?


Straight answer :For most Indian born who have Priority Date of 2016 or after, the complicated step of GC journey is to be alive till 350 years to get the card.

Forget about "Whether he will be alive for 350 years". There are lot of discussions on public forums about "Whether humanity can survive for another 100 years". LOL.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 28 Dec 2017
Topic: H4 EAD Revocation rule


If people are not responsible, government needs to take responsibility, if government doesn't, nature will take care in its own way and it's much more brutal. Same applies to other problems like global warming.

Well said, I agree 100%. Same concept applies to management. There are 2 kinds, first one is "you manage the situation" (similar to Govt. taking responsibility) OR "situation will manage you" (similar to nature will take care in its own way) which results in big losses.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 27 Dec 2017
Topic: H4 EAD- Save Jobs Lawsuit UPDATES

Looks like some people here are crying because their jobs were taken by H4 EADs for low billing rate, doesn't it mean you are working on low skilled job and you are over paid? If you are replaceable by another guy with low pay (either H4 EAD or L2 EAD or TN whatever) that is the proof that you are over paid.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 25 Dec 2017
Topic: H4 EAD- Save Jobs Lawsuit UPDATES


While Asians do extremely well with formal education, creativity is a hallmark of the American way of life. Of course, spelling bee champions will always be Indians but even now the awards for creative scientific pursuits got to Americans. I will dare say that it will always be that way.

Well said, I agree 100% and saw live examples. Here the important point which most of us (not me :)) don't understand is... we judge skills of all Americans based on the very low skilled Americans around us. But the actual creative Americans are working in some hi tech companies where WITCH and other Indians cant ever enter.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 21 Dec 2017
Topic: Breaking: H1b for only highest-paid

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Always getting above message when I try to post.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 20 Dec 2017
Topic: off Topic:Tax Reform Bill benefits

Interesting thread. I didn't take health insurance for 8 months as we maintain good health and decided to pay fine (individual mandate) and save some money. But I am confused from DT's execute order. Will the column for 'fine' exist in 2017 tax form or not? Any idea?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 19 Dec 2017
Topic: 46.6% of H-1B's in November got RFE. Close to 18% got denied.


good job america and american citizens or green card holders

How much % do u think of those who already got GC/USC from street side employer or desi companies? How about them? One solution could be make strict hiring process for jobs and evaluate foreign employees who are already working and fire them if cannot meet standards? Good suggestion right?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 18 Dec 2017
Topic: H1b Extensions Trump impact - AC21 reinterpretation


I think Corporations could care less. Every single person is replaceable.

Not 100% true. Long time back, I had fight with vendor and the vendor's BRM convinced American manager to replace me. Failed in several attempts and finally they came to know that they can only replace me if they hire a contractor directly from Microsoft at the rate of $450/hr. I was working at $55/hr at that time. So I was retained for long time and I clearly know that I am working for less. I don't have option since I am struck on H1B.

I forget, after it was confirmed that they cannot replace me. the American manager actually tried to close the module which I was supporting (I can only support because I developed from scratch). Since it was critical to business, BO (business operations) manager didn't agree for that. FYI.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 16 Dec 2017
Topic: RFE on H-1B amendment - need original transcripts


I have been in the US since Sep 2007, on H-1B. I recently filed for an amendment petition for which I received an RFE.
RFE was to provide Client Letters, detailed Job Description and a couple of other minor information. The tricky part though was they requested "original university transcripts" with the following specific requirements
1. Transcripts must be in a sealed envelop
2. The envelop must be signed and dated by the person in charge of records
3. The sealed flap of the envelop should have the stamp of the university with phone number and address.

This is too detailed. I have the originals, but obviously they are not in a sealed envelop of the university. I graduated in 2005 from JNTU Hyd. I saw they have a great online service to request transcripts but my question is do those transcripts meet the requirements specified by the RFE? Does anyone else have similar experience? I understand this is part of the new rule to prove you are eligible for H-1 even on extensions. Any info is deeply appreciated

Are you sure you received this kind of RFE? OR trying to scare people on H1B? Never heard of this kind or RFE?
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 15 Dec 2017
Topic: H1B consultants in danger now.


Read the proposed H1B amendment for next year:

" revise the definition of employment and employer-employee relationship to help better protect U.S. workers and wages."

This means an H1B can not work for a third party client. That will be a huge move and will affect lots of people.

Full Text

H-1B Program and Processing Reform Rules: In order to improve U.S. worker protections as well as to address the requirements of Executive Order 13788, Buy American and Hire American, USCIS will propose (1) an electronic registration program for H-1B cap petitions, (2) improve the H-1B cap allocation process (Registration Requirement for Petitioners Seeking to File H-1B Petitions on Behalf of Aliens Subject to Numerical Limitations) , (3) Revise the definition of specialty occupation to increase focus on truly obtaining the best and brightest foreign nationals via the H-1B program and revise the definition of employment and employer-employee relationship to help better protect U.S. workers and wages. (Strengthening the H-1B Nonimmigrant Visa Classification Program.)

What is the source?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 12 Dec 2017
Topic: Breaking News!!! CTS to stop filing H1 Extensions


People keep talking about how India is now getting better and blah blah (for last 20 years), but the number coming here (including ME) exceeds those going back (voluntarily not H-1B rejection, etc) by 100:1 ratio

Actually, in that 1% going back, 75% are returning back to US after some time. I know 2 families who went India for good and returned to US after 3 years and decided to stay in US for ever at any cost :). So is the ratio 100:0.25?
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