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https://www.forbes.com/sites/stuartanderson/2018/07/11/new-uscis-policy-will-carry-harsh-consequences-for-applicants/#278f4b3d4615

 

Anderson: Can you walk through how the new USCIS policy memo could affect an H-1B visa holder?

Minear: For example, an H-1B professional who has been legally employed in the U.S. in H-1B status in the past is permitted by federal regulation to continue living in the U.S. and working for the sponsoring employer for up to 240 days while an extension petition is pending – as long as the extension petition is filed prior to the expiration of the prior H-1B petition.
However, due to significant processing backlogs, USCIS very often takes 6 months or longer to adjudicate H-1B extension petitions. During that time the previous H-1B petition may expire, leaving the H-1B professional solely dependent on the 240 days of work authorization permitted under the regulation – and without any underlying H-1B status unless/until the H-1B extension petition is approved.

If the petition is ultimately denied, then such a person would be deemed unlawfully present as of the date of the denial and, under this new policy, an NTA would be issued. This is a very real scenario. The number of H-1B denials is increasing. That is due at least in part to changes in adjudications policies that, for example, now do not grant any deference to prior approvals of H-1B petitions filed by the same company on behalf of the same professional doing the same job identified in the prior petition.

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Spartan

no MTR option ani cheppar kada..

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WHAT

Indeed, that appears to be the intent of these policies – to frustrate and frighten people enough that they will not even attempt to navigate the process of coming here legally. Even if that is not the intent, that is sure to be the result.

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/stuartanderson/2018/07/11/new-uscis-policy-will-carry-harsh-consequences-for-applicants/#43c6d1f4615d

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karthikn
11 minutes ago, WHAT said:

Indeed, that appears to be the intent of these policies – to frustrate and frighten people enough that they will not even attempt to navigate the process of coming here legally. Even if that is not the intent, that is sure to be the result.

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/stuartanderson/2018/07/11/new-uscis-policy-will-carry-harsh-consequences-for-applicants/#43c6d1f4615d

Telugu lo bolo bhayya 2 mukkallo.. H1 pending and deny aithe India povala next day 

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uncertainty

Man what the crap is this ...

Extension process lo untey don't leave USA since it's in process antaru ..

Denied ayithey don't stay here out of status anataru

Endi vayya ee lolli .. bathkaniyyara ..

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nizambadnarsingyadav

Deeni continuation cheppana  premium processing peeki denguthadu@3$%

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krishna0125
1 hour ago, karthikn said:

Telugu lo bolo bhayya 2 mukkallo.. H1 pending and deny aithe India povala next day 

h1b extension or transfer process, i94 expire ayyaka kuda garuguthu unta and if it get denied you name will be sent straight to court appearance and deportation.

ippudu unnatu, inko h1b veyyataniki or MTR apply chesukuntaniki time undadhu..

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idibezwada

American Dream is gone case...plan things well in india and move back...there is no use of hagging on here...its only gonna get tougher

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srdh21
47 minutes ago, nizambadnarsingyadav said:

Deeni continuation cheppana  premium processing peeki denguthadu@3$%

ivanni pedutunde premium procession is the only option cheyadaniki, adi teeseste emi vastadi

its all about money

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tennisluvr
3 minutes ago, idibezwada said:

American Dream is gone case...plan things well in india and move back...there is no use of hagging on here...its only gonna get tougher

Anyone that has lived in US for more than 10 years won't be able to survive in India for more than a month, and forget working there it's impossible

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idibezwada
1 minute ago, tennisluvr said:

Anyone that has lived in US for more than 10 years won't be able to survive in India for more than a month, and forget working there it's impossible

i dont think so...its just the fear we had in our minds

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Pitta
52 minutes ago, nizambadnarsingyadav said:

Deeni continuation cheppana  premium processing peeki denguthadu@3$%

CITI_c$y

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JAMBALHOT_RAJA
7 minutes ago, tennisluvr said:

Anyone that has lived in US for more than 10 years won't be able to survive in India for more than a month, and forget working there it's impossible

@3$% chedhu nijam

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JAMBALHOT_RAJA
3 minutes ago, idibezwada said:

i dont think so...its just the fear we had in our minds

Nee lanti rich kids ki ok uncle malanti middle class ke problem 

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masakali
5 minutes ago, tennisluvr said:

Anyone that has lived in US for more than 10 years won't be able to survive in India for more than a month, and forget working there it's impossible

cant be true... when you came here, everyone thinks same way.... India has changed a lot for good... work culture and living standards both have gone up for good

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