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sammahesh002
11-29-2007, 02:37 PM
Hello Gurus,

This is regarding RFEs in GC (future empolyment).

I am working for Company A in 6th year of H-1B, my GC is started thru Company B.

Used Approved Labor, my I-140 was approved. Filed I-485 in Aug 2007. Signed the G-28.

I am Not received EAD. But my spouse received EAD.

1) What are chances for RFEs in future empolyment?

2) Should Company A get an RFE in this case?

3) I heard that our Company received RFE for someone, our company
(Company A) terminated the empolyee. After termination should we eligible
to file H-1B transfer thru Company B? What is the time line?

Appreciated your help.

wandmaker
12-03-2007, 07:47 PM
1) What are chances for RFEs in future empolyment?

It depends, no one can generalize.

2) Should Company A get an RFE in this case?

Company A will not get any RFE

3) I heard that our Company received RFE for someone, our company
(Company A) terminated the empolyee. After termination should we eligible
to file H-1B transfer thru Company B? What is the time line?

As long as your H1 is not expired, you can transfer to company B or X.

gc_chahiye
12-03-2007, 09:37 PM
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Hello Gurus,

This is regarding RFEs in GC (future empolyment).

I am working for Company A in 6th year of H-1B, my GC is started thru Company B.

Used Approved Labor, my I-140 was approved. Filed I-485 in Aug 2007. Signed the G-28.

I am Not received EAD. But my spouse received EAD.

1) What are chances for RFEs in future empolyment?

depends on your luck, cant really say. To be on the safe side, you may want to invole AC21 (to company A) after 6 months.

2) Should Company A get an RFE in this case?

Nope

3) I heard that our Company received RFE for someone, our company
(Company A) terminated the empolyee. After termination should we eligible
to file H-1B transfer thru Company B? What is the time line?

wow, that seems rather excessive does it not?
On termination you will lose your H1 status unless you can quickly (matter of days or a couple of weeks) transfer the H1 to another employer. H1 status is lost from the day of termination.
In your specific case since B is sponsoring your GC and has provided an employment letter indicating future employment, termination by A simply ends your H1, has no impact on your status or GC processing. Your pending 485 gives you status. You can transfer H1 to B, or work for B on EAD, or, strictly speaking even not work as long as B will employ you after you get your GC

rram555
04-04-2008, 01:33 AM
Hi
I need information about Future Employement.
Is it posiible to file 485 for future employement ? or only labor and 140 ????

Thanks