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Member Profile: svcp4u (25 posts)

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Hello, I'm svcp4u (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 12 Oct 2017
I have been a member since 06 Jan 2017
I have added 25 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 02 Oct 2017
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 02 Oct 2017
Topic: Lapse in H1b amendment - filed H1b extension along with amndmn

Hi, Yes, its in commuting distance. Previous was 50 miles used to take 1 hour and present is 18 miles taking 40 mins. As per your experience, any idea what were the outcomes in this type of situations. I don't find nothing online.

And I don't believe my Desi employer will fall on its sword. I am not in direct contact with attorney, though I am insisting him now. Since the matter is very serious. I will let you know once I talk with my attorney. Thank U !
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 27 Sep 2017
Topic: Lapse in H1b amendment - filed H1b extension along with amndmn

Truly speaking am very much worried, I don't know what alternative I have if extension is denied ?
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 27 Sep 2017
Topic: Lapse in H1b amendment - filed H1b extension along with amndmn

HI,
It good to hear from you. I insisted but he said since same state and distance between previous and present is nearly 60 to 70 miles no need to worry. But I found both MSAs are different, shows an amendment is needed. LCA was also not filed on time, it was done just before applying for extension.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 27 Sep 2017
Topic: H1b amendment processing time?

HI All,
I started working with new client from end of April, My employer filed H1b amendment and extension in August. Got RFE regarding why amendment was not filed in time and maintenance of status related to wage. My wage level is II, I think answering RFE 2nd part won't be problem, I am concerned about RFE first part. Is there any one who faced this type of issue, your help will be highly appreciated.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 27 Sep 2017
Topic: Lapse in H1b amendment - filed H1b extension along with amndmn

HI All,
I started working with new client from end of April, My employer filed H1b amendment and extension in August. Got RFE regarding why amendment was not filed in time and maintenance of status related to wage. My wage level is II, I think answering RFE 2nd part won't be problem, I am concerned about RFE first part. Is there any one who faced this type of issue, your help will be highly appreciated.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 07 Feb 2017
Topic: H1B visa revoked after being pulled over for DUI

Hi ,
As far as I know plead guilty to Reckless driving is much better than DUI. You are one of the luckiest people I can say.
I emailed u some details.

All the very best. Do share ur experience.

Regards,
Svcp
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 07 Feb 2017
Topic: H1B visa revoked after being pulled over for DUI

Hi Tusy,
I agree with Bhanu, you would have tried collecting info by now. Definitely, Reckless driving is better than DUI in words of immigration or federal. I think no issue during visa stamping I think. But try talking with attorney to reduce to careless if possible.

You can email me on svcp4u@gmail.com to talk more to know what more options you can give to attorney.

Regards,
svcp
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 07 Feb 2017
Topic: H1B visa revoked after being pulled over for DUI

Hi,
First of all don't panic, single DUI with out any aggravating factors won't make a person inadmissible nor impact getting visa. It is always good to carry all the court documents(mainly Court disposition),police report, expert opinion review(if any) completion of probation, classes attended, any community service etc.

DUI is treated according to State Law, where as immigration comes under Federal Law. So, I am sure Jasmine had letter from Immigration Attorney since they told that single DUI with out any aggravating factors doesn't come under CIMT.

Once you are done, please share your experience, which will be useful for us near future. And also share briefly about your offense, which State, any other tickets along with it, how did you fight etc.

Regards,
svcp
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 07 Feb 2017
Topic: H1B visa revoked after being pulled over for DUI

Hi,
Yes, you need not to worry as long as you are in US though I-94 shows exit date. Once you travel outside and want to re-enter you need valid visa/re-stamping. And regarding H1b, according to attorneys, whether we get email from consulate or not(most people getting it or at least i-94 shows exit date), it is better to consider our visa is prudentially revoked and go for re-stamp when stepped outside. Though you got email for other visas, normally you would have received it along with them sooner or later, may be check SPAM/JUNK folder once.

By the way which state this offense happened, can u explain little bit more of incidence.

Regards,
svcp
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 05 Feb 2017
Topic: H1B visa revoked after being pulled over for DUI

Sure dude.... I didn't here from Jasmine yet. Let's see.
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 02 Feb 2017
Topic: H1B visa revoked after being pulled over for DUI

Hi Jasmine,
First all congratulations for Visa approval. As per many people mentioned in blogs and whom I talked, are facing delays in approval. And luckily, you didn't have any medical examination. Like PD told, you will have secondary inspection and in back ground they will check more about any criminal history which make inadmissible but single DUI will not come under CIMT, so no worries. CBP will take good time and will return the passport with entry. Carry every document with related to it with you. By the way which state, you had DUI ? Did they took finger prints or photograph ? Anything more can u share ?

Do share your experience at POE later. All the best.

Could you please share Letter from Attorney by masking any confidential to svcp4u@gmail.com. I wanted to make it one. Is it from Immigration or DUI attorney, I hope its from Immigration, right? Your help will be appreciated.

Regards,
svcp
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 17 Jan 2017
Topic: H1B visa revoked after being pulled over for DUI

Hi Vandy,
Very sorry to hear about your situation. It's better to talk with immigration attorney or post in any related blogs. I don't think anyone here undergone this.

Once every thing is done, please do share your experience which I think might help us in near future !

Wish you All the very best !

Regards,
svcp
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 12 Jan 2017
Topic: H1B DUI Prudential revocation re-stamping process

yes, you are right, but the thing is that, they are doing prudential revoking based on arrest need not to be convicted with in 5 years or twice in ten years if some one not mentioned in DS-160 already. But ultimately its sole discretion of USCIS or US travel docs.

Is US travel docs is equal to US consulate, I wanted to check but confused. Email us to collect the passport ? from which department ?
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 12 Jan 2017
Topic: H1B DUI Prudential revocation re-stamping process

Hi Luci4,
First of all congratulations, As I heard and read from the blog, you are one of luckiest, didn't face much difficulty and no tension of re-stamping. I heard from many people that, this secondary inspection will be mostly der for every POE, but need not to worry since they dig more and as much as info about you mostly to check threat to the US or not.

When Police officer arrested and took you to Station, after Breath Analyzing test, what happened after that ?
Did they took fingerprints, photographed or some mug shot etc ? Anything ?

Regards !
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 10 Jan 2017
Topic: H1B DUI Prudential revocation re-stamping process

Hi Chennu,
I am from NJ too ! Your experience helps me to analyse and take some steps.
I need some more information regarding it, could please contact me svcp4u@gmail.com


Thank You for updating your status,
svcp
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 10 Jan 2017
Topic: H1B DUI Prudential revocation re-stamping process

HI Chennu,
Did you travel and back to the country ? I am in similar situation bro.
Could you please send me your contact details to svcp4u@gmail.com

Your help will highly appreciated.

Thank You,
svcp
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 10 Jan 2017
Topic: H1B visa revoked after being pulled over for DUI

HI Tusy453,
Can we a have small talk. Could you please drop me your contact details or test email to svcp4u@gmail.com
As you said, your spouse H4 doesn't have impact, wanted to know some more details.

Your help will be highly appreciated !

Thank You,
svcp
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 09 Jan 2017
Topic: H1B visa revoked after being pulled over for DUI

Yah true Rockersingh. Hope everything will be fine.

Hi All,
It seems be that If we don't get Prudential Revocation email also, safe to assume its revoked.

My question is regarding the H4 dependents visa. If USCIS revoked there visa also(assuming since no email) then I have to travel India and get re-stamped again. No Choice left since its been a year now being away with Family and can't be away more now. Any advice from any one who went recently for stamping ?

your experience helps others.

Thank You,
svcp
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 09 Jan 2017
Topic: H1B visa revoked after being pulled over for DUI

Hi Sammy,
You are correct. If I died myself with out hurting anyone is better. You don't know how much I cried for making this mistake, I prayed God given a chance would not commit again. Literally, I didn't come out of the room for a week, I remember I didn't had guts to drive my vehicle after paying charge impound vehicle to home. Suddenly, world was looking different for me that time. This incident changed my whole world, still I cannot eat nor sleep properly. When my friend said, better you didn't hurt anyone.... ? I was shocked, yes he is right, what if I hit anyone, what if somebody injured seriously or died, forget about the money lose, I cannot live peacefully with that nightmares - killing a person, very hard to digest. I am recovering from the shock just because I have a family - Wife and two kids. Forget about next DUI, even I will try my best to avoid simple mistake also.
Very hard-way lesson learnt Sammy. Forget about second DUI, it will never ever happen again in my life. It's biggest and very costliest mistake in my life. I read, I am too surprised how can a person can commit this mistake again. Whereas I personally undergone and carrying this feeling all the time. Its going to be very bad and big remark in my whole life, that's for sure.

Still regretting, I didn't get prudential revocation email nor to H4 dependents. I was about to bring my family all of suddent it happened, now its more than 3 months. I cannot go and bring them, wanted to take help of some one who is flying back and bring my family, donno whether they will be allowed or not at POE. All these things happened because of this mistake, if I would have spend that bloody $100 to $200 bucks at that time, my life would have been smooth now.

Lastly, what ever I say, its a biggest mistake.....

Hoping for good days,
svcp
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 08 Jan 2017
Topic: H1B visa revoked after being pulled over for DUI

Hi Tusy,
Thanks for the update. That means your wife traveled safely. Is there any way to check Visa revoked or not ?
If you don't mind, can you send me your contact details to svcp4u@gmail.com. I wanted to talk to you bit more. I am worried since my wife will be travelling with two little kids, don't want to take risk.

I am from NJ, you are from ?

Thank You,
Sree
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