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PingPong143

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PingPong143    0
PingPong143

Hello All,

 

Graduated in 2013 ( when Univ had accredition ) from NPU and having H1B from last 1 Year, Applied PERM and Approved , Can i apply i140 in EB2 ?

As ACICS Accredition revoked.

Please Help

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PingPong143    0
PingPong143

Can any one answer my question please , I am stuck in applying it 

 

Please reply 

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fake_Bezawada    67
fake_Bezawada

ltt for pingpong 

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papampasivadu    6
papampasivadu
On 1/21/2017 at 0:07 PM, PingPong143 said:

Hello All,

 

Graduated in 2013 ( when Univ had accredition ) from NPU and having H1B from last 1 Year, Applied PERM and Approved , Can i apply i140 in EB2 ?

As ACICS Accredition revoked.

Please Help

Don't you have an attorney?? 

maa opinons basis medha nee GC decision teeskuntava? seriously?

Anyways,I guess degree confer ayna year accreditation unte chalu eb2 eskovacchu...idhi naa opinion.

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Maryadaramanna    7
Maryadaramanna

@PingPong143 

All ACICS olleges ippudu 18 months grace period lo vunnaru ga. As of now they have accreditation. AA tarvathe problem

 

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rajivn786    2
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Chances of denial are definitely there-- but to low percentage as there is an accreditation problem..In terms of H1, I have seen couple of them saying the extensions were denied  if their H1B was picked in Masters Quota and couple of them didn't have issues as well.. So I think it depends on officer handling the case.

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Middleware_admin    0
Middleware_admin

For you to apply I-140 in EB2 quota, all needed is the college has to be accredited at the time of graduation. So, you should be good. 

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