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  • surabhi
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    Surabi. thanks a lot. gave a good insight. will contact an attorney.
    but ONe thing I missed to mention : my h1 is only lottery-selected as of now.
    So even if I apply for L1 extn, I dont know which might get approved first !! .
    does that change anything ?

    Nothing would change. If any, it'd be for better I guess.

    So you dont know what the "last" action would be. If your L1 extension gets approved immediately with premium processing and H1 approval comes later with COS, then you dont have to go out.

    If the situation is reversed, then it would be 1st or 3rd scenario, since 2nd scenario is not applicable.

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  • GCanyMinute
    08-23 12:23 PM
    My PD is 01/2002, so you can imagine what I felt when the September bulletin was out (I am EB3 world with 485 already filed 08/2004)!
    Now, I just called USCIS and they confirmed to me that indeed the Priority Date shows only on I-140, not I-485, so eveything is OK! Don't worry and be happy!

    Wow!!! You must be very happpy!!!! Your GC is coming out hot of the oven huh?! That's great! Let us know when you get it 'cause things like that serve to pump up people in line!! :D
    As for me 2 more months...please October Visa bulletin be nice to me! :rolleyes:
    Hey thanks a lot for the info, good to know USCIS just confirmed that.

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  • idleyogi
    06-27 02:22 PM
    True, some have had this A# assigned on their I-140 approvals and some don't. Anyone knows what's the significance of this?

    A# are like social security numbers for immigration purposes. USCIS assigns you one if you don't have it when they are issuing you an emplyment authorization(EAD, OPT), I-140 etc. They will find the one previously issued for you if you don't fill it in. Although they make every effort to find the one previously assigned to you, you might get assigned more than one A# in rare cases. I am not sure what kind of information is associated with these numbers. I am expecting that our immigration history can be retrieved with these numbers

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  • Blog Feeds
    08-06 08:10 AM
    H1B Visa Lawyer Blog Has Just Posted the Following:
    Question #1 � Temporary Work Visa � H-1B Nonimmigrant Visa
    My H1b visa got approved in 2009 which was filed by my previous employer.I did not get chance to travel to USA and even my visa is not stampted. Now I am with other employer.
    Can I transfer my H1b?

    Answer #1
    The safest option to utilize at this point given the facts as you have provided is to file a new H-1B petition. Transfers and Extensions do not apply in this scenario because you have never entered the U.S as an H-1B nonimmigrant. Once the petition is filed and approval received, you would need to attend the Consulate interview and if all goes well, you would be able to then travel to the US and after speaking with CBP, enter as an H-1B nonimmigrant visa holder.

    Question #2 � Employment Based Immigration � Green Card: Biometrics
    I think the fingerprints that the USCIS has on file for my GC are set to expire soon. Should I take Info pass appointment to give them a new set of fingerprints?

    Answer #2
    As written on the I-797C, Notice of Action, in some types of cases USCIS requires biometrics. In such cases, USCIS will send you an appointment notice with a specific date, time and place for you to go to a USCIS Application Support Center (ASC) for biometrics processing. You must WAIT for that appointment notice and take it to your ASC appointment along with your photo identification.

    Question #3 � Temporary Work Visa � H-1B Nonimmigrant Visa: Traveling
    I am planning on traveling out of the US for a vacation; however, I heard from friends that I may not be able to obtain a new visa stamp for my recently approved I-129 and come back. Please advise.

    Answer #3
    If you MUST travel on H-1B status, we recommend that you have the following: at least two month�s worth of pay stubs, a copy of the approved H-1B petition, an original employment verification letter, the original approval notice, and any other documentation that would demonstrate compliance with the laws governing the H-1B program and the establishment of a bona fide job opportunity.

    Question #4 � Employment Based Immigration � Green Card
    My child has received his Green Card and his birth date is wrong on the card. Do I need to fix this? How do I fix this?

    Answer #4
    You will need to file Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card ( If you believe this was an administrative error on the part of the USCIS, you will need to check box d in Part 2, number 2 of the application. Along with the Form I-90 and accompanying filing fee of $290.00 plus $80.00 for biometrics, please attach the incorrect card and evidence of the correct information (original birth certificate; passport; previous approval notices, etc). You will need to submit the USCIS filing fees (made payable to the �U.S. Department of Homeland Security�) even though you believe it was an administrative error. If you send the form with accompanying documentation without the filing fees, the case will be returned until you provide those fees. If the USCIS agrees that the error was administrative in nature, they will issue a new card and return the filing fees.

    Question #5 � Employment Based Immigration � Green Card
    My spouse and child have received their Green Cards but I have not. I filed for our GCs through my employer. What do I need to do? Is there a problem with the processing of my case? Could my GC be denied? Please advise.

    Answer #5
    Based on the small amount of information provided, it seems like there may just be an issue with the issuance/mailing of your Green Card. Your husband and child would not have received their Green Card if there was a pending issue with your case. From the information you provided, you are the primary applicant and your spouse and child are your derivatives. Therefore, the USCIS would not approve the I-485 Application to Adjust status for the derivatives without first approving it for the primary applicant. Follow up with the USCIS after 30 days from the date your spouse and child received their Green Cards by calling 1-800-375-5283.

    Question #6 - Employment Based Immigration � Green Card - EAD Renewal
    I filed for my EAD renewal back in May 2010 with the NSC and it is still pending. My current EAD expires next week. What are my options moving forward - can I expedite the EAD renewal process since my card is expiring next week, can I continue to work with the receipt notice?

    Answer #6
    To my knowledge you normally cannot expedite an EAD renewal request; however, I have heard from my colleagues that after an EAD renewal has been pending for 75+ days at the NSC an Attorney may contact the Service Center directly to notify them of the situation. If you do not receive your EAD approval by the time your current EAD expires, you MUST WAIT and NOT WORK until your EAD is approved. You MAY NOT continue to work using the EAD receipt notice as the receipt is not evidence of an approval.

    You may file an EAD renewal request up to 120 days in advance of the expiration of your current EAD and should be aware of the Service Center processing times well in advance of filing so that you can obtain an approval of the EAD to continue working.

    Question #7 � Temporary Work Visa � H-1B Nonimmigrant Visa
    What document determines how long I can stay in the United States: my visa, my I-94 card or the expiration of my current passport?

    Answer #7
    Short answer: The visa stamp issued by the U.S. State Department displayed in your passport allows you to enter the U.S. at a port of entry. The I-94 card issued by an Immigration Inspector at the port of entry is your admission ticket and displays the time period you are authorized to stay in the United States. If your I-94 card expires and you did not obtain an extension, and you remain in the U.S. without taking further action, this inaction will result in you accruing unlawful presence in the U.S.

    Question #8 � Family Based Immigration: Marriage � K1 Fianc� Visa
    My son is U.S. Citizen and would like to marry his Pakistani fianc�. Both boy and girl know each other over three years and have been engaged for 8 months already. Can my son file a petition for his fianc�? How long is it taking?

    Answer #8
    U.S. Citizens who are engaged to be married to a foreign national may petition the USCIS on behalf of their fianc� by way of the K-1 visa. To be eligible for this visa: (1) you must be legally able to marry; (2) the marriage must be a bona fide marriage with good intent; (3) you must be willing to marry within 90 days of the fianc� entering the United States; and (4) you must have met within two years of filing for the visa. The K-1 visa is valid for only one entry into the United States. Therefore, reentering with it is not possible. You also cannot renew a K-1 fianc� visa. Your son should first file a Petition for Alien Fianc� (Form I-130) with the USCIS. Once the petition is approved, the USCIS will forward the approved petition to the appropriate American consulate to interview the beneficiary. Once the beneficiary attends the consular interview and is approved for the visa, she may travel to the United States to marry your son. A petition for K-1 status is valid for four months from the date of USCIS action, and may only be revalidated by the consular officer. Currently, it is taking approximately 5 months to obtain approval for the Petition for Alien Fianc�.

    Question #9 � Temporary Work Visa � H-1B Nonimmigrant Visa
    I was on H-1B status from 2006-2009 and now currently utilize my EAD. My sponsoring H-1B employer did not pay me what was listed in my LCA. Can I do anything now about this?

    Answer #9
    If your employer has not paid you in accordance with the certified LCA, then they are most likely in violation of the The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), The FLSA prescribes standards for the basic minimum wage and overtime pay which affects most private and public employment. It requires employers to pay covered employees who are not otherwise exempt at least the federal minimum wage and overtime pay of one-and-one-half-times the regular rate of pay. The Act is administered by the Employment Standards Administration's Wage and Hour Division within the U.S. Department of Labor.

    You may wish to check out the following link ( regarding how to move forward when attempting to file suit to obtain any back payment of wages, etc.

    Question #10 � Temporary Work Visa � H-1B Nonimmigrant Visa
    Can you let me know how many visas remain under the H-1B Cap?

    Answer #10
    As of July 30, 2010, there were 37,700 H-1B Regular CAP subject nonimmigrant visas remaining and 8,400 H-1B Masters Exemption nonimmigrant visas remaining. USCIS will continue to accept both cap-subject petitions and advanced degree petitions until a sufficient number of H-1B petitions have been received to reach the statutory limits, taking into account the fact that some of these petitions may be denied, revoked, or withdrawn. For continuous FY2011 H-1B Cap updates, please refer to our website (

    MVP Law Group would like to thank everyone who contributed a question or comment. We hope the information provided is helpful.

    Our next �Immigration Q & A Forum� is scheduled for Friday, August 20, 2010! Please remember to submit your questions/comments on our h1bvisalawyerblog.

    MVP Law Group, P.A. makes available the information and materials in this forum for informational purposes only. The information is general in nature and does not constitute legal advice or any contractual obligations. Further, the use of this site, and the sending or receipt of this information, does not create an attorney-client relationship between us. And, therefore, your communication with us through this forum will not be considered as privileged or confidential.

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  • factoryman
    06-18 12:50 PM
    the first H1 stamping for me and 2 h4 for family members. Wife got it at Chennai, last Sep.

    factory man:

    if u r taking a pleasure trip/vacation/etc to canada..i dont think it matters. my situation is kinda unique because i had got my h1b stamped in toronto.


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  • vin13
    02-09 07:34 AM
    Immigration Visa Attorney Blog Has Just Posted the Following:
    As immigration attorneys with very strong roots in the immigrant communities of Los Angeles, the lawyers at Fong & Chun stay current on legislative developments that could affect our clients and their families. On 15 December 2009, over ninety House Democrats unveiled a comprehensive immigration reform bill. The bill is called the Comprehensive Immigration Reform for America's Security and Prosperity Act of 2009 (CIR-ASAP).

    President Obama has said there should be comprehensive immigration reform. The bill includes an "earned" legalization program. The program as currently proposed would allow undocumented people in the USA as of 15 December 2009 to apply for legalization. There would be special, more lenient rules for young persons. Many people want to call this an "amnesty," but it is important to see all the details about the program before getting too excited.

    There are other provisions for "visa recapture" to reduce waiting times and backlogs. This bill would also put a new employment-eligibility-verification system into place. There would be harsh penalties for hiring unauthorized workers.

    These proposed changes are very exciting; however, we must remember that this bill is only a PROPOSAL. It will have many reincarnations before a final bill passes, if a bill passes at all. The President has said he wants CIR on his desk by the end of 2010, but there are obviously many other things occupying the attention of Congress at this time. Stay tuned. --jcf

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    If you click the link attached, the article is dated February 11, 2010 and was posted yesterday (February 08, 2010):confused:

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  • CatsintheCraddle
    05-04 05:07 PM
    Oh, by the way, I did not file for I-140, I went filed I-130 based on marriage to a US citizen. Thanks for the link but I couldn't find anything on my kind of case.


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  • saimrathi
    07-12 02:40 PM
    Famous Indian americans...

    1. Are they influential Indian Americans?
    2. If someone can post their mailing address and phone number, I can mail them like I did Rep/Senators of my area...


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  • bibs
    05-11 02:45 AM
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    10-06 08:01 AM
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  • tikka
    06-07 01:14 PM
    Have you had a chance to contribute as yet? if NOT please do so soon.
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    thank you

    I am surprised with this thread. There is no Deadline for employemnt based GC (this was mentioned by Sen. Robert (Bob) Men�ndez,NJ when requesting to move the FB deadline which is clearly mentioned in the bill as May 01, 2005) . Please read the summary and text carefully.

    First five years
    Total number of merit-based green cards includes sum of:
    a.) First five fiscal years have same number of green cards as made available to EB category in 2005. This number is 246,878.
    b.) Any visa number not used by family based category.
    How the total number will be divided between Current system and new merit-based system and Y visa holders --
    - 10,000 (or more) reserved for exceptional aliens under �Y� visa category.
    - 90,000 (exactly 90,000 � not more not less) for backlogged (pending or approved I-140 applications). Currently, this number is 140,000.
    - Remaining possibly goes to new merits system. Until the merits system is ready for accepting petitions, the Y visa holders probably get a shot at this since the clause says �No more than 10,000� � leaving room to let it go up from 10,000 to whatever is left.

    and the TEXT of the Bill
    �(A) for the first five fiscal years shall be equal to the
    33 number of immigrant visas made available to aliens
    34 seeking immigrant visas under section 203(b) of this
    35 Act for fiscal year 2005, plus any immigrant visas
    36 not required for the class specified in (c), of which:
    37 (i) at least 10,000 will be for exceptional aliens
    38 in nonimmigrant status under section
    39 101(a)(15)(Y); and
    40 (ii) 90,000 will be for aliens who were the
    41 beneficiaries of an application that was pending
    42 or approved at the time of the effective date of
    43 this section, per Section 502(d) of the [Insert
    44 title of Act] ( Act not the bill)

    (c) EFFECTIVE DATE.�The amendments made by this section shall take
    11 effect on the first day of the fiscal year subsequent to the fiscal year of
    12 enactment.

    So a bill becomes law only after signed by the president, and the effective date could be Oct 01, 2007 if not Oct 01, 2008.

    So all the I-140 filed on of before Effective date are considered as pending!!

    I don't know why even lawyers are getting confused here!:confused:


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  • chanduv23
    03-15 02:11 PM
    You meant, getting residency on h1b is extremely 'difficult' in recent times? Anyways, if your wife has once got a residency on H1, getting a fellowship on H1 should not be that difficult. Hospitals are much easier on physicians that are already on a H1 status...its the same as its the case with IT employers...once on a H1, its easier to move around on a H1..

    Just like my wife, your wife too now has sufficent H1 years to get through both residency and fellowship, I guess, so running out of time is not a problem either.

    Only thing, people like you and me need to worry about is what if the residency is pursued at a non-profit (quota exempt H1) and wife decides to pursue fellowship at a for-profit (quota H1).

    In that scenerio, fellowship on a H1 might be a bit of a problem...

    I suggest, if your wife has already started residency on H1, avoid thinking of getting onto a J1 ever.

    You will unnecessarily complicate her immigration profile...

    Well Mihir, I was not talking about getting back to J1, but just correlating his experience on j1 with a possible scenerio on h1b and wanted to know if people do fellowships on h1b. I have not come across any, but have come across J1 fellowship candidates, so I was wondering that maybe it is actually difficult to get it on h1b. Anyways, I will find out as we have already started to enquire about fellowships on h1b.

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  • ajaypr
    04-13 11:25 AM
    You can open up an IRA account with any of the brokerage firms like Scottrade, Fidelity or Ameritrade. You usually open up an IRA account first on their website or by visiting their offices in your area. Then contact your company's 401K provider to transfer your 401K amount to the new account directly. They usually would sent you a check in the name of your brokerage firm like Fidelity.As far as I know the check cannot be in your name coz then the IRA would tax the 401k amount and also charge an early withdrawal penalty.So make sure they transfer it directly to the brokerage firm. If things are not clear, you can always contact the customer service of your brokerage firm to help you or walk you through.But I also found that many times the customer service people are not up to the mark and may even provide you with wrong advice. So its better you call several times and speak with different customer service people at the brokerage firm and verify all the information.

    I personally did not like the fact that your company is forcing you to sell your stocks and mutual fund in your 401K account. This is bad as you may occur losses because of the bad market scenario.

    Thanks gcisadawg.
    I do not think 1st option will work for me since I was told by my old company that I SHOULD move my 401 K.
    I do not have any existing IRA account kindly provide more details how I can set it up & how long it take to set it up?


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  • pmat
    07-24 03:28 PM
    More details are needed to answer this question better.

    I think that any time is a good time - it is better to start the process early. If the company is paying for the process - what is the harm. He should go ahead... If he is planning to leave the company and is required to sign some type of agreement to start GC process - then it will be a different story.

    One of my good friend asked me this questions yesterday? I did not have an answer for him and wanted to ask if someone could have any suggestions on this.

    Thanks you for your time.

    His company wants to start his EB2 green card process. He was wondering if this a good time to do this? Is it recommended that he delay this process for 6 months or so? He is currently in his 3rd year of H1B.


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  • smisachu
    12-05 11:12 PM
    I asked my attorney the following question. His reply is in caps:

    Q) Is it true that I can enter US on AP and still retain my H1 if I declare at port of entry that I would like to use my H1? I would like to retain and use my H1.


    What is the feed back you guys have received from your legal counsels? Please share.

    I have my AP approved and H1B approved until 2010 but have an expired H1B

    Visa and I plan to extend my H1B visa some time next year.

    I am planning on some business trips and would like to re-enter US multiple times using my Advance parole. Any issues with this?

    Once I re enter using AP, can I go back to India and apply for H1B visa extension based on the approved H1B.

    Appreciate your responses on this.


    08-11 11:41 PM
    Hi Guys,

    I am in a similar position, I have applied for my I-485 last july and PD is Jan 2007, I haven't got any RFE yet but reading all the posts I think I might get one for BC. My BC has 20th August as date of birth but from my school certificate,PP, DL all have 17th August date and I have send an affidavit with I-485 from my parents that I was born on 17th August. But Now when I read all the forums I think I should have send the affidavit which should have said that 20th was right but I did not know that uscis gives more importance to BC date instead of dates on other documents.

    Does somebody know what uscis might do? Should I support 17th or 20th date now? and if 20th then is it possible date on school certificate, DL can be changed? I finished my 10th in 1990 and CBSE board. but on CBSE website they say they can change the DOB but only if I had finished 10th in the last two years.

    Can somebody please suggest what to do since I can be ready if i get RFE.

    Thanks in advance.

    of all the docs, only the birth certificate is off right? that too by just 3 days. Rest everything is in sync. Moreover you have sent an affidavit also saying 17th is the date. I think you will be ok, just relax.
    DO NOT send an affidavit now claiming 20th is your birth date, when you have just sent one claiming 17th. An affidavit is a serious statement, and you cant keep changing the facts you state in it. At the end of the day USCIS wants clear-cut documents on date and place of birth, and when in doubt or if there are conflicts, then an affidavit is needed. You have sent it all in and settled on the 17th, stick by that story now. In the unlikely event you get an RFE, you can get another affidavit from your parents confirming that the date on the cert is wrong.

    07-19 04:08 PM

    Frequently Asked Questions on Non-Receipt of 45-Day Letters and on the Process for Addressing Related Requests to Reopen
    The Office of Foreign Labor Certification (OFLC) is aware that some employers or their legal representatives who have received �case closed� letters may not have previously received a �45-day� Center Receipt Notification Letter (�45-day letter�) from the Backlog Elimination Center (BEC) processing their respective cases. In additional instances, cases may have been closed after employers or their representatives responded timely to a 45-day letter.
    In the backlog, once the vital information in an application is fully entered into the OFLC database, a 45-day letter is the precursor to further processing of that application; the letter functions both as notice to the employer that its application has come up for full processing in the queue, and as a request for confirmation from the employer or its representative that the employer wishes to continue with the case. In cases where the letter attaches a list of corrections or deficiencies in the application, an employer must correct or address these before processing can continue. When a BEC does not receive a response to its 45-day letter, or this response is incomplete in responding to corrections, it closes the case
    The process and remedy described below are available to employers who believe a case has been closed due to issues surrounding the receipt of or response to 45-day letters, including:
    o Employers who did not receive a 45-day letter after one was issued by a Backlog Elimination Center (BEC); and
    o Employers who believe a case was closed after a timely and complete response to a 45-day letter. This includes employers advised of closure through either a case closure letter or a screenshot.
    This process is not available for applications closed on grounds unrelated to nonreceipt
    of or timely response to a 45-day letter, including applications withdrawn by an employer or its representative; applications for which the response to the 45-day letter was untimely or insufficient; or cases closed for late or insufficient response to any other correspondence or requests other than a 45-day letter. This process is also not an appropriate mechanism for employers, legal representatives, or workers named on an application to inquire about case status or issues not related to case closure. Under any of these additional circumstances, individuals are asked to make use of the more appropriate processes and remedies already in existence at the BECs.
    What should I do if I received a �case closed� letter but no 45-day Center Receipt Notification Letter? What if I responded timely to a 45-day letter but my case was subsequently closed? How can I notify the Backlog Elimination Center that I believe my case was erroneously closed and request the Center to reopen the case?
    Employers who believe one or more of their cases has been closed for reasons covered by this FAQ, and who wish to request those cases be reopened, must take the following steps:
    E-mail the BEC where the closed cased was pending, the Dallas BEC at or the Philadelphia BEC at
    The subject line of the e-mail should read �Request to Reopen�.
    Please limit each e-mail request to one application or case number; the nature of the process developed to respond to these requests limits to one the case numbers that can be addressed as a result of any inquiry. Employers with requests for multiple reopenings may submit as many e-mails as appropriate.
    The body of the e-mail must include the following information, to allow the BEC to locate, reopen, and prepare to resume processing the appropriate case:

    Name of employer and correct current address.

    Correct ETA case number, not a case number from a state workforce agency; alternatively, the e-mail should explain why an ETA case number cannot be provided.

    Correct current contact information for the employer�s attorney or agent (including name, address, and e-mail address).

    Name of the alien named on the application.
    The body of the e-mail must describe the reason(s) for the request, that is, why the employer believes the case was closed improperly, such as
    o �I am the employer/attorney on the application described below. I did not receive a 45-day letter but subsequently received a case closure letter.�
    o �I am the employer/attorney on the application described below. I received neither a 45-day letter nor a case closure letter, but the H-1B mailbox indicates my case has been closed.�
    o �I am the employer/attorney on the application described below. I received and responded timely to a 45-day letter but subsequently received a case closure letter.�
    What can I expect in response to my request to reopen?
    Upon each Center�s receipt of the employer or representative�s e-mail request, the Center will issue a standardized, automated electronic notification that the Center has received the request. Response time will vary, depending on volume
    of requests received through this electronic mailbox. The employer will receive a second e-mail informing them of the BEC�s determination to either reopen the case or keep the case closed. If the employer�s request is approved and the case reopened, this second e-mail will include a screenshot of the employer�s case reflecting the case is active. If an application is incomplete, the second e-mail will also include the 45-day letter originally sent to the employer and a corrections list. Employers and their representatives will not be receiving a separate 45-day letter or corrections letter by mail, and should treat these documents as requests for action.
    Employers should review the screenshot to ensure the BEC has reopened the correct case. If the screenshot shows the appropriate application, the employer will be able to confirm that its case is open and being processed because the �case status� section will not say �closed�, but rather another phase of the process.
    How do I respond to the second e-mail from the BEC, containing the screenshot and other information if relevant?
    The BEC will treat the employer�s original electronic request to reopen as the equivalent of a confirmation (in response to a 45-day letter) that the employer wishes to continue processing of a case and, if no additional changes or information are needed, will continue processing the case in the appropriate order.
    If an application was deemed incomplete at the time the BEC issued the original 45-day letter, and the attachments to the electronic response to the employer includes a corrections letter requests the curing of deficiencies, or any additional information, then � as with any 45-day letter � the employer or its representative must provide the additional information within 45 days to prevent further delays or re-closure of the application. Employers must submit such responses in hard copy, through the mail.
    May I contact the BECs by regular mail instead of email?
    No, the request to re-open a case must come into the centers electronically.
    Who may make the request to re-open a case if we believe it was improperly closed?
    Only the employer or attorney of record may make the request to re-open a case. A request from an alien will not be addressed.
    Do I have to submit my request to re-open a case within a certain time period?
    Yes, to be considered for reopening, all requests must be received by a BEC within 30 days of the publication of the policy announcement or within 30-days of the receipt of a case closed letter, whichever is later.
    To whom will responses be sent?
    The email responses will only be sent to the employer or attorney who initiated the request.
    What do I do if I have not received a �45-day� letter by July 21, 2006?
    If an employer does not receive a �45-day� letter by July 21, 2006, email the appropriate Backlog Elimination Center at for the Dallas BEC or for the Philadelphia BEC. The email must contain the following information:
    A. Attorney name and address
    B. Employer�s name and address
    C. Alien�s name and address
    D. Priority Date
    E. State or Regional location and/or number where case was originally filed
    OFLC will publish its policy regarding such cases under separate cover.

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