Discuss Calyan's H-1B USCIS Case

H-1B case: Approved in 67 days (20 days less than average)
India
extension
California
premium
10 Sep 2012
11 Sep 2012
WAC#############
yes
19 Oct 2012
RIGHT TO CONTROL - In other words Employee Employer Relationship & Availability of Specialty Occupation work for entire period requested.
07 Nov 2012
approved
16 Nov 2012
None
16 Nov 2012
67 days
16 Nov 2012
09 Nov 2013
Please find my cases updates for reference Regular 10th Sept-Application Filed 11th Sept-Received Upgraded 8th Oct-Premium Filed 10th Oct-Received 19th Oct-RFE on Right to Control 7th Nov-Response Filed 8th Nov-Received 16th Nov-Approved Thanks


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Posted by srivas21
21 Nov 2012 #1
Hi when you first filed in regular process right, how many days it took you, to get the receipt. let me know, thanks.
Posted by Calyan
21 Nov 2012 #2
Sent Via Fedex on 10th Sept; Delivered on 11th Sept; Receipt date : 11th Sept; Physical receipt recieved : 17th Sept - Happy Thanksgiving!
Posted by jvhjvh
30 Jan 2013 #3
Hi Calyan,

Are you working for consulting firm or full time employee? Did your employer provided complete itenary of your project for entire 3 years of period? I am also got the same kind of RFE and want to know how your attorney got responded to your RFE. Any information will be appreciated.

Thanks!
Praveeen
Posted by kvr313
11 Nov 2013 #4
Hi Calyan,

I am also going through the same type of RFE, any information would be greatly appreciated. Did you responed with complete itenary of work for requested/entire period?
Thanks,
Vasanth.
Posted by Calyan
11 Nov 2013 #5
Hi Praveen & Vasanth,

You should provide the project itenary for the duration that's requested on the initial I-129 application form, As your employer has sufficient work for you at the location mentioned in your LCA & I-129 for the duration requested, which I assume to be true. But normally work-orders are signed for 6 months or 1 year at a time. If you have it for the whole duration, you may get approved for the entire term requested, else may end up for partial term based on my experience. I am working on Employer - Client Model, No Vendor's. This is not a legal advise.

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