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Thread: DO I STILL HAVE A CHANCE ? PLS HELP...

  1. #1
    Guest
    One interested employer filed an
    H1b petition for me. They do it
    by themself without getting help from
    any lawyer. Do we have a chance to
    have it approve? As of this time
    we have receive acknowledgement
    notice from the INS but no approval
    yet. It was almost 5 months since
    the filing of the petition.
    Thanks and more power.

  2. #2
    Guest
    One interested employer filed an
    H1b petition for me. They do it
    by themself without getting help from
    any lawyer. Do we have a chance to
    have it approve? As of this time
    we have receive acknowledgement
    notice from the INS but no approval
    yet. It was almost 5 months since
    the filing of the petition.
    Thanks and more power.

  3. #3
    Guest
    I think, your employer had to apply for your labor certification also. Without Labor Certification you can not any Immigration benefits. Better, you talk to some Immigration Attorney and discuss your case.

  4. #4
    Guest
    Initially, you have to send documents to the DOL, but that is not the labor certification and it has got nothing to do with labor certification at this time when you apply for H1-B.
    If you have got notifiacation from the INS then your employer probably knew what to do, however, five months seems to be a bit long...
    Make sure your employer knows what they are doing and they did not get things screwed up.
    Why did you not get a lawyer? You employer is cheap and wants to save money, don't they?

  5. #5
    Guest
    The best advice one could give you: Get a lawyer!
    Though H1B filing seems to be easy, indeed it's a very intricate process very easy to be denied by DOL/INS. It's far cheap to seek legal assistance comparing to the odds of having the petition approved.
    Good Luck!

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