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Member Profile: Nevada (64 posts)

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Hello, I'm Nevada (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 30 Sep 2016
I have been a member since 16 Jan 2015
I have added 64 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 19 Sep 2016
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 19 Sep 2016
Topic: I-140 EAD approved by OMB

That's not surprising. People from latin american countries always fake marriage and get GC and eventually citizenship too,

But the path we are going through is the right one. Anyone who gets immigration benefits with fraud can get revoked or deprived off any time in future but legal immigrants won't. We will be true permanent whenever we will get it.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 19 Sep 2016
Topic: FTE jobs in H4 EAD

I believe you are referring to the "Staffing Companies" aka "Blood Suckers", try with some real employers. try genuine job sites like LinkedIn
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 19 Sep 2016
Topic: FTE jobs in H4 EAD

Okay, my point was, employer isn't concerned about immigration detail if the candidate says"no need of sponsorship and produce valid EAD card for I9 formalities." Immigration team shouldn't even be invovled in this case.

My wife is also working on H4-EAD in mid-size company and their employment portal just had stndard question "Will you now or ever need sponsorship", and they asked the EAD at the time of I9.

That's it man, no need to tell H1B etc... All that matters is validity of EAD.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 19 Sep 2016
Topic: FTE jobs in H4 EAD

humm, mind sharing the name of company?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 19 Sep 2016
Topic: FTE jobs in H4 EAD

I don't think you should specifically mention what kind of EAD it is. The moment you tell them it is tied to another person's status, they are skeptical about your own status.

Just tell them you have EAD valid till whatever date it is.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 19 Sep 2016
Topic: Off topic question about FTE

W2 always means full time employment. Contractors get 1099 and is not allowed on H1B.

Working on client site or anywhere, you are always a full time employee of your sponsor-er employer. Your employer is considered a contractor of the client if they send you client-site to work. Microsoft also sends their employees to their client-site to work, so that doesn't make them contractors, only this is a business model which shouldn't impact your employment with your employer which is always full-time on H1B.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 19 Sep 2016
Topic: H1B Cancelled. AOS Pending. Outside US - Options

What a blunder at the CBP end !

You had valid H1B stamp as well as valid EAD/AP. What was wrong with the officer?

Can you explain what exactly happened there?
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Posted in I-131 (Advance Parole) Forum on 19 Sep 2016
Topic: Changing job profile within same employer

No, that rule is for GC not H1B.

For H1B , new Job, new H1B.
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 19 Sep 2016
Topic: H4 EAD

Anyone?
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 19 Sep 2016
Topic: F1 OPT vs H4 EAD

My advise would be to remain on OPT and if needed switch to H4-EAD in future. But, OPT would be independent work authorization and not tied to anyone else's status.
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 14 Sep 2016
Topic: H4 EAD

Hey

Can you please update what happened in your case, did they encash both the checks or something else? I am kid of similar situation where UPS messed it up, they first told me they lost the package, then I resent with fedex, and then UPS also delivered in spite of I requested them not to deliver if they recover it, any info will be appreciated.
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Posted in I-131 (Advance Parole) Forum on 12 Sep 2016
Topic: Visiting India in November - Reentry using EAD/AP combo card

Yes, this is what AP is for.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 10 Mar 2016
Topic: Cross country chargeability

Could you please send me the information at ski140786 at g m ail

sorry not allowing email id so i wrote like that
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 12 Feb 2016
Topic: China vs India EB2

I think he wanted to tell that chinese AMP's are the best ones.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Feb 2016
Topic: EB1C Green card revoked for fraud! Finally some justice

I agree with you.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Jan 2016
Topic: US GC & Canadian PR

Could you please send me detailed process as well at ski140786@gmail.com
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 09 Jun 2015
Topic: Do I need maintain H1 if I have approved I-140 & waiting forPD

It is nothing about H1 being alive. Off course the current H1B won't be valid anymore.

It will be a new H1B, just that the new petition will NOT come under yearly quota. So, it is easier in the sense it is not having any lottery and no restriction of job start. Also, you have I-140 approved, so it doesn't matter the 6 year max-out or not as long as the I-140 remains approved.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 14 May 2015
Topic: Experience Letter from TCS

I agree with whatever ven18 said.

Adding something to it sicne I have many friends who worked in TCS while I was working in another similar company.

Sending to offshore is a formality because while on H1, your employer is compliant to pay the ticket to your home country at the end of the employment/deputation period whatever you call it.

Answering your questions:

1) is it possible they do not send me to offshore ?
Yes, you can negotiate, all you have to do is to sign a waiver form that your HR will send to you that you are not going back to India.
2) and if they send me offshore then for these 3 months which salary will be paid onsite or offshore ?

Offshore off course, why they will pay yo onsite salary at offshore even after you go to offshore for good, this is not a vacation period :-)

will my onsite leaves be en cashed ?

TCS adjust all the leaves etc while doing full final settlement. They have a separate team for that which will contact you later, may be during the notice period, not sure.

or i can give notice considering those leave ?

Ok, you can give any notice or NO notice at all, but for a clean exit, advise to give a formal notice not considering the leaves.

or can they stop or delay salary ?

They never do that. TCS gives you every penny for each and every day worked. Remember it is a BIG organization, not a one man company.


Bottom line: Giving notice doesn't make you clean, retaining the good links with the managers and peers makes you clean in companies like TCS.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 14 May 2015
Topic: Experience Letter from TCS

In that case, resign from onsite with proper 3 months notice and go to offshore, get stamped your h1 and come back after oct 1st.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 13 May 2015
Topic: Experience Letter from TCS

You have around 5 months left to start working for the target company (Oct 1st, 2015). So, your best bet would be to go to offshore from your current company (for good, not on vacation, because otherwise you will be on onsite WON only and getting paid in US), spend a few months there to get out of the 3-months notice thing, then resign in August end and give one month notice (If it is TCS, they have one month notice at offshore and 3 months at onsite), otherwise if it is 3 months required, give notice in June end. Exit on good terms, in future you will need a proper Skillset letter from them for your GC processing.

Don't agree with the comment that none cares for the experience letter in US. USCIS cares for it while approving your I-140. So, since you have an option of leaving on good terms, go for it. Then it will easier to settle everything like PF, and other things. Best of luck.
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