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Posting a Notice of Filing of LCA

Is it really required that we post a notice of filing of LCA at the end-client location? Can’t we just post at our offices?

Posting at the employer’s offices is not sufficient if the beneficiary is working off-site. It is required by regulations that the notices are posted in two conspicuous places at the actual location where the work is to be performed.

Unless the context shows otherwise, all answers here were provided by Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com

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Guestbook Entry for Hemanth Kumar Bachu, United States

Name: 
Hemanth Kumar Bachu
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Nonimmigrant Visas: 
State: 
WA
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Mr Khanna and his team have been outstanding in their service. Fran, Anna helped me a lot with my case, this is second year they helped and guided me in LCA filing and cleared many clarification regarding the 6 years of H-1B period. The SLA from Fran is very excellent in email response as well as answering the immigration questions. I would like to thank Rajiv and his team for such a great work and would strongly recommend their services to anyone. Best Wishes!

Guestbook Entry for venkat iyer, United States

Name: 
venkat iyer
State: 
nj
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Country: 
United States
Comment: 
It has hardly been a couple of weeks we started working with Mr. Khanna & his closely knitted team. We already got the confidence that we are shielded with strong support and great care! What else does a client need! Thanks to the team!

Guestbook Entry for A Singh, United States

Name: 
A Singh
State: 
OK
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
I had an accident and am on disability while my green card adjustment of status application ( form I-485 ) has been pending for over 4 years. My I-140 had been approved about 5 years back but my case has been caught up in the visa backlogs at USCIS and Department of State. I wanted to know if there was any provision for help in the immigration laws, in case I am sent for long term disability or my employment is terminated before I receive my green card. I learnt that employment and disability are subjects to be discussed with a benefits or employment attorney. The only immigration benefits are via AC 21 or via a private bill. Also, that one should not loose the advance parole anytime while the AOS is pending. I want to thank Mr. Rajiv Khanna for his generosity with time and expert guidance. Over the phone I found him to have a very pleasant personality. he had me feel comfortable and didnt seem money minded at all.

CIS Ombudsman Issues Recommendation to USCIS on Temporary Acceptance of Filed Labor Condition Applications (LCAs) for Certain H-1B Filings

CIS Ombudsman released a recommendation on "Temporary Acceptance of Filed Labor Condition Applications (LCAs) for Certain H-1B Filings."

Please check attachment for detailed information.

Team Notes: 
AILA Doc. No. 09102329
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DOL Updates – 05/19/09

 DOL persuades users to use the new iCERT

The old LCA system will be extended by DOL starting from May 14, 2009 to June 30, 2009. Hence DOL urges users to use the new iCERT during the transition period and to send a feedback on bugs by email.  

Some of the new features implemented by DOL with the launch of the new system  

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Nonimmigrant Visas: 

H-1B Employee, telecommuting/working from home

I entered US on Jan 2011 on F-1 Visa, completed my Masters and am now working for a reputed US organization since May 2012(OPT start date: May 2012, H-1B start date:Oct 2012. H-1B till: Oct 2017). My work does not require me to go to office, so I work from Home. Now I am planning to visit India next year and get my Visa stamped.
My Questions are
1. Can telecommuting job cause any issue during Visa stamping? I heard someone was asked "if you can work from home, why can’t you work from India?” The organization I am working for has offices in India.
2. Do I need any extra evidence to prove that I am telecommuting, therefore not within commuting distance from my office?
3. I am married. Would you suggest going alone to India for Visa stamping and in case of rejection comeback on H-4 or will it be good to go as a family. My husband is also on H-1B

See clip from Attorney Rajiv S. Khanna's conference call video that addresses this question.

Unless the context shows otherwise, all answers here were provided by Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com

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