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Thread: Question regarding I140/I485

  1. #1
    Guest
    Dear Experts,
    My company lawyer was supposed to start my I140/485, but I have not heard anything back from him. Do I, as an applicant need to sign any forms before my company lawyer can file my I140 papers? or my lawyer can sign on my behalf and apply for I-140?
    Thanks
    No_clue

  2. #2
    Guest
    Dear Experts,
    My company lawyer was supposed to start my I140/485, but I have not heard anything back from him. Do I, as an applicant need to sign any forms before my company lawyer can file my I140 papers? or my lawyer can sign on my behalf and apply for I-140?
    Thanks
    No_clue

  3. #3
    Guest
    If I were you I would start bugging both the lawyer and the HR representative of your company. I would call the alwyer every day if necessary until I get an answer that satisfied me (i.e. your papers were filed on this date). Also call the HR person and tell them to call the lawyer too. HR people are not always versed in the process and think that things happen automatically. They need to sign the I140, you need to sign the I485 ( and also write your name in your native alphabet if not Roman). Other things that go with the i 485 are medical exam forms and other supplements. As I said - bother the lawyer until you get an answer.

  4. #4
    Guest
    I-140 require your employer's signature, but I-485, EAD and AP require your's. Also, you'll need to sign form authorizing the lawyer to represent you.

    Ask lawyer for copies of filed documents.

  5. #5
    TO MAKE SURE THAT THERE WILL BE NO DELAY ON THE PROCESSING OF YOUR i140 & I485 I WOULD LIKE TO SUGGEST THAT YOU GET A COPY OF THE SIGNED FORMS AND ATTACHMENTS FROM YOUR LAWYERS BEFORE FILING, THIS IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THERE'S NO INFORMATION OMITTED, NO WRONG SPELLINGS OF NAMES & BIRTHDATES OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT OUR LAWYERS ARE HERE JUST FOR THE LEGALITIES OF THE DOCUMENTATIONS AND PROCESSING, IT IS OUR APPLICATION, IT IS OUR FUTURE AND THE FUTURE OF OUR NEXT GENERATION, WE HAVE TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS IN ORDER BASE ON OUR KNOWLEDGE, AND IF OUR KNOWLEDGE IS NOT ENOUGH, DO SOME MORE RESEARCH. HOPE THIS WILL HELP.

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