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Member Profile: eadforh412 (3 posts)

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Hello, I'm eadforh412 (report this user)
I am from United States
I last logged in on 07 Aug 2014
I have been a member since 08 Mar 2014
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I added my last post on 07 Aug 2014
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 07 Aug 2014
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

Just sent e-mails to Eric Holder, The President and The whitehouse.

Thanks everyone for your efforts.
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 07 Jun 2014
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

I have been living in NJ for last 8 yrs, and just like you stuck in the GC Backlog.
I came to know that in NJ, if you are on a visa status like H1/H4, colleges charge you the same tuition as
an International student who is a non-resident of the state, would pay. In other words, all these years, that we have been paying the state of NJ, the taxes, the property tax etc. give us no additional benefits. So now, if I want to do some course, be it a community college itself, I would be paying out-of-state tuition fees, which in most cases is double of the In-state Tuition.
This is one of the most ridiculous things I have come across.
If they don't want us to get benefits, why do they ask us to pay all these taxes ?
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 08 Mar 2014
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

sgnj5986,

Either you are naive or very selfish.
You want everyone else to suffer just because you had to take all those troubles.
I am sure you would not even be married (to an Indian), as to perceive the pain of all the H-4s who are mostly women.

Today being International Women's day, atleast give them some respect that they deserve.

That being said, let me answer your query as to why these qualified H-4s do not get their own H1.
Yes, many like me do get opportunity to transfer to H-1. In fact, I had a job where I was getting paid more than my husband.
But it was in a different state, which did not seem to work in the long term. My husband even decided to move to my place, but our GC was stuck with his employer, and leaving that job would have meant losing our PD. After lot of discussions, I decided it was best in our interest if I moved to H4, as I couldn't find any sponsor in his place. I have been trying ever since, but to no success.

So don't just give your judgement on things you are not aware of. We are the homemakers, who sacrifice so much for our family without being selfish and mean like many others around us.

Yes, for your information, I recently got a h-1 sponsoring employer, who has filed my H-1, and I should start working soon once my approval comes in.

This doesn't mean that I don't help this cause "EAD FOR H-4s", because there are many who are still looking for opportunity and may have not been as lucky.

Thanks
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