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Member Profile: Gopal555 (11 posts)

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Hello, I'm Gopal555 (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 06 Jul 2016
I have been a member since 06 Jun 2012
I have added 11 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 07 Jul 2016
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 07 Jul 2016
Topic: Change of employer

Lisaanderson is right. When your new employer is filing for H1B transfer, they could request H1B for 3 more years based on the already approved I140. USCIS usually acknowledges that and grants 3 years on the new H1B petition. Once that's complete, you have got good amount of time to start with PERM and I140 with your new employer (before the time comes to file for H1B extension). I have gone thru the same situation.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Jul 2016
Topic: Retaining Priority date - after petition revocation

This is interesting. Coz, I was having an understanding that while filing new I-140, the attorney is going to ask USCIS to use the Priority date on the previous approved (now revoked) I-140 to be used on the new I-140. Isn't that how it is supposed to work?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 Jul 2016
Topic: Retaining Priority date - after petition revocation

AKraj - I am on the same boat. I had an approved I-140 which was later revoked after I quit my job. Now, my new employer is in the process of filing the Labor. Attorney of my new employer had assured me that the priority date can be retained even though the I-140 is revoked after quitting job. It was a tough decision for me to make back then when I had to quit my older employer knowing that I-140 would be revoked. My priority date on the revoked I-140 is Sept 2011. I was told by my attorney to be positive that my priority date can be retained.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 29 Feb 2016
Topic: FOIA to get I-140 information

Yes. I did exactly the same. I used the I-140 approved stamp page (received thru FOIA) to request for H1B transfer after 6 years. Everything went smooth and I got 3 more years on my H1B transfer to new employer.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Feb 2016
Topic: former company revoked my I140

"1- within 3 months of me, quitting from a IT company, they revoked my I140. I know that 1140 belongs to employer so cant complain about revocation. but They collected $300 from me for processing the i140. is there anything i can do about it?"

I am on same boat, most likely same employer. Sorry to ask a question off-track. Do you have any solid info on whether or not you could retain the priority date of your revoked I-140?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 06 May 2013
Topic: FOIA I-140 Request status - processed, but no CD

Same here. FOIA response states unable to located I-797C copy. I got the I-140 petition with approval stamp on it. I believe that would solve the purpose :(
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 02 May 2013
Topic: H1B 5th year EB2 India I140 Approve.. Change Employers

Thanks Karthiksubbu. In my case, I do not have copy of I-797C for approved I-140.
I have these items though.
1) EAC # and USCIS website status screenshot showing its approved.
2) Copy of approved I-140 petition - Obtain thru FOIA. They were unable to locate my I-797C though.

Did you have copy of I-797C in your case?
Reply much appreciated.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 01 May 2013
Topic: I-140 was approved;planning to transfer H1 to B company.

Good question. Yours is same as my situation. I could see inconsistent replies for questions similar to this on online forums. I would say, better consult an attorney than relying on replies thru forum for this question.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 01 May 2013
Topic: I-140 approved with Incorrect Date of Birth for Spouse

I checked with my attorney and he says, I-140 has nothing to do with Spouse details and hence any error in spouse details can be ignored and on the next stage (485), spouse info will be collected again and we can give proper info at that stage.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 01 May 2013
Topic: H1B 5th year EB2 India I140 Approve.. Change Employers

Hi,
I am in exact similar situation. Working for Company A. I am on 5th year of H1B.
Current I-94 expires on Sep 2013. 140 approved recently thru A. H1B yet to be extended based on approved I-140 thru Company A. Would like to know if I switch to company B now, whether I ll get transferred H1B for 3 more years or not.
Or, should I first get H1B extended thru Company A before switching to Company B?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 22 Jan 2013
Topic: I-140 approved with Incorrect Date of Birth for Spouse

Hi,
I am noticing that the approved I-140 petition is having an incorrect date of birth for my spouse.
Would like to know how to get this corrected and consequences because of this.

Any relevant info on this subject is highly appreciated.
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