USCIS transferred some of the following cases from the Vermont Service Center to the Texas Service Center, Nebraska Service Center, California Service Center, and Potomac Service Center:
USCIS transferred some of the following cases from the Vermont Service Center to the Texas Service Center:
I am currently on L-2 EAD (since Jun 2017) and work for Employer A. Can my current employer (Employer A) file for my Green Card ?
I am considering working contract jobs while employed by a self-owned company. I am on GC-Ead (pending AOS). Considering the mandatory filing of supplement J forms in case of job change. Is there potential for rejection? Considering that it will be a brand new company and no turnover at the time of filing supplement J.
J-1 VISA WAIVER (Conrad State 30, Extreme Hardship, No Objection)
The fee schedule for J visa (fees are payable by personal or corporate checks) is as follows:
|1.||Legal fees (for our Office): $3,200 payable at the commencement of the case|
|2.|| Filing fees (to the USCIS)
Form DS 3035: $215
Form I-612: $930
|3.||Federal Express Expenses: approx. $100|
My EB2 priority date is June 2009. I filed for my I 485 in 2012 and since 2013 I have EAD and have been maintaining H1b status. In 2014 I changed my job from the original employer who started my GC process (with whom I have I 140). I sent AC21 when in 2016 I got the standard RFE to produce medical records and employment proof (since then the priority date had retrogressed again), and also have H-1B with my new employer. I have not started the new GC file with a new employer. Should I file supplement J now, proactively, or should I wait for another RFE from USCIS when my priority date becomes current in the future, to file for supplement J?Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com