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Hi,

I got a H1B visa in Sep 2007, but i came to US in Jan 2008.

I worked for 3 months (Apr'08) and then lost the job(Contract job as consultant) , My H1B was sponsored by an Indian owned consulting/staffing company. After looking for job for another 4 months (July'08) I got another consultant position and I have been working ever since. My employer applied for my Green Card, the status of that application is a bit unclear, all I know it was received Oct'08 and it's under processing/pending/no communication from USCIS.

Last month I got married to an American Citizen.

My questions are

1. Can I start a parallel GC application on the basis of marriage to an American citizen?

2. What was my status during 4 months when I was unemployed (My employer calls it bench period, he says you were employed, just not paid for that period.) I don't have the pay stubs for that period.

3. If I was 'out of status' during this period, what effect (if any) this will have on the next GC application I am planning to file.

Thanks for help.
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I can't tell from your question whether your current employer filed for H-1B status for you. If you are not in any valid nonimmigrant status now, you need to file for permanent residence (PR) via marriage ASAP. Even if you are out of status, you entered the US legally so you should be able to file for PR via marriage (see blog link for details).

If you have valid H-1B status for your current employer, you can also file for PR even if the process has already started via employment. This is common, especially since it is usually a lot faster via marriage.

You may have been out of status for the 4 months that you were not working. It's hard to say exactly, without know what your current status is and whether there was any gap.
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martinvisalaw,

Thanks for your reply.

Let me offer some clarifications to the best of my understanding.

I joined company A who sponsored my H1B, but I never 'worked' for them, I as soon as I arrived I was sent to company B to work as a consultant, I was still an employee of company A and company A was charging company B an unknown sum / hour for my work.

During this time comapny A was paying me X ammount of money bi-monthly.

Company B offered to take me in as a permanent employee, I refused, and so they 'let me go'.

Next few months I did not have a 'project' and company A didn't pay me anything and I was told I am still an employee and I am on 'bench'.

Later on I got a 'project' with company C. Same deal company C paid company A unknown sum/ hour and I get a fixed salary bi-weekly from company A.

I am not a permanent employee of company C, I am still an employee of company A, and I filed my taxes as an employee of company A.

There were no H1B transfer application filed, since I never left/got fired from company A.

I Appreciate you help.

Regards
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I can't tell from your question whether your current employer filed for H-1B status for you. If you are not in any valid nonimmigrant status now, you need to file for permanent residence (PR) via marriage ASAP. Even if you are out of status, you entered the US legally so you should be able to file for PR via marriage (see blog link for details).

If you have valid H-1B status for your current employer, you can also file for PR even if the process has already started via employment. This is common, especially since it is usually a lot faster via marriage.

You may have been out of status for the 4 months that you were not working. It's hard to say exactly, without know what your current status is and whether there was any gap.
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Reader of this post,

Can someone experienced with the laws of this forum explain me what it means to have a 'negative reputation' and why my post is assigned with -25 reputation points and by whom.

I fail to understand, why my post is offensive to any one to take such a action.

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Now my status is changed form 'can only hope to improve' with a red icon
to 'is just really nice' with lots of green icons.


Could someone with the understanding of the mysterious way this forum works, tell me what/why/how is going on here.

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Can someone experienced with the laws of this forum explain me what it means to have a 'negative reputation' and why my post is assigned with -25 reputation points and by whom.

I fail to understand, why my post is offensive to any one to take such a action.

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I wouldn't give a shit about those red dots (or the green ones for that matter) if I were you. LOL, looks at the load of red dots I have and I am still breathing!!!

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Hi,

I got a H1B visa in Sep 2007, but i came to US in Jan 2008.

I worked for 3 months (Apr'08) and then lost the job(Contract job as consultant) , My H1B was sponsored by an Indian owned consulting/staffing company. After looking for job for another 4 months (July'08) I got another consultant position and I have been working ever since. My employer applied for my Green Card, the status of that application is a bit unclear, all I know it was received Oct'08 and it's under processing/pending/no communication from USCIS.

Last month I got married to an American Citizen.

My questions are

1. Can I start a parallel GC application on the basis of marriage to an American citizen?

2. What was my status during 4 months when I was unemployed (My employer calls it bench period, he says you were employed, just not paid for that period.) I don't have the pay stubs for that period.

3. If I was 'out of status' during this period, what effect (if any) this will have on the next GC application I am planning to file.

Thanks for help.
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martinvisalaw,

Thanks for your reply.

Let me offer some clarifications to the best of my understanding.

I joined company A who sponsored my H1B, but I never 'worked' for them, I as soon as I arrived I was sent to company B to work as a consultant, I was still an employee of company A and company A was charging company B an unknown sum / hour for my work.

During this time comapny A was paying me X ammount of money bi-monthly.

Company B offered to take me in as a permanent employee, I refused, and so they 'let me go'.

Next few months I did not have a 'project' and company A didn't pay me anything and I was told I am still an employee and I am on 'bench'.

Later on I got a 'project' with company C. Same deal company C paid company A unknown sum/ hour and I get a fixed salary bi-weekly from company A.

I am not a permanent employee of company C, I am still an employee of company A, and I filed my taxes as an employee of company A.

There were no H1B transfer application filed, since I never left/got fired from company A.

I Appreciate you help.

Regards
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I am not sure if this is a troll post or not and I do not care. If you are really looking for an advise here is what you should know

There is nothing like Bench period when you are on H1. You need to get paid whether you were working on a project or not. You are employed by your employer not by the contracting company where you went on a temporary project.

It is your right to get paid for the time you were employed by the company A. You are entitled to get paid and get a pay stub. If you have not been paid then you cannot furnish proof that you were in legal status especially if you are on H1.
1. Speak to your employer and ask for wages for that time and get your back wages paid to you.
2. If employer does not agree complain to your state DOL about the same. Your employer is legally obligated to pay you.

About your ability to file your GC using your marriage to a citizen I presume you already have got some advise from learned Attorney.

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Find some other way to take out you frustration buddy, get into some 'i am desperate but can not get GC' therapy program.

Don't waste my time here.

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Kris,

Thanks for your reply.

Are you saying that I would need all the pay stubs from my employer to prove my status as a legal resident.

I understand that I can force my employer to pay me, but then he can also fire me, revoke my H1B petition and force me to go back.

In that case can I maintain my residence solely on the marriage ground ?

I will eventually get a immigration lawyer to sort this, I am just trying to gather as much info I can so I can make an informed decision.

Once again thanks for your kind help.

Gaurav

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I am not sure if this is a troll post or not and I do not care. If you are really looking for an advise here is what you should know

There is nothing like Bench period when you are on H1. You need to get paid whether you were working on a project or not. You are employed by your employer not by the contracting company where you went on a temporary project.

It is your right to get paid for the time you were employed by the company A. You are entitled to get paid and get a pay stub. If you have not been paid then you cannot furnish proof that you were in legal status especially if you are on H1.
1. Speak to your employer and ask for wages for that time and get your back wages paid to you.
2. If employer does not agree complain to your state DOL about the same. Your employer is legally obligated to pay you.

About your ability to file your GC using your marriage to a citizen I presume you already have got some advise from learned Attorney.

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Hey Panini,

I was just wondering how this thing works, It looks like you get red dots from frustu people like simple1. LOL.

Best Luck brother.

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Kris,

Thanks for your reply.

Are you saying that I would need all the pay stubs from my employer to prove my status as a legal resident.

I understand that I can force my employer to pay me, but then he can also fire me, revoke my H1B petition and force me to go back.

In that case can I maintain my residence solely on the marriage ground ?

I will eventually get a immigration lawyer to sort this, I am just trying to gather as much info I can so I can make an informed decision.

Once again thanks for your kind help.

Gaurav
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By Law your employer has to pay you. I am sure they are aware of it. If it comes to you forcing them to pay you then you know that your are on a sticky turf. I am not aware of the procedural delays in you being able to file your GC based on your marriage to a Citizen. However if you are able to file it then I presume you will not need a H1 to stay in status. You would have to ask an attorney about the legality of this advise. If indeed you are safe in your status once you are able to file for a GC based on your marriage then you can go after your employer. IMHO until then u might be at a risk if you get any type of query for your status.

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Kris,

The problem is I am already in US on H1b. In case of marriage the proper process is to come on a fiancee visa and then apply for adjustment of status.

But since I am legally in US I can apply for adjustment of status, without changing the visa, but since I was not paid for 4 months I can not prove that I was actually employed.

This is a part of larger problem, if I apply for another GC and If I had any issues with visa earlier USCIS goes completely psycho on the case and my GC will be delayed because they will try to find every little thing to cancel/delay it.

The attorney who applied my H1B says that my status is bound to my employment not to the payment, this is not enforced by law, If I and my employer are in agreement for a salary say $ x / year. We can also decide when this sum should be paid weekly, bi-weekly or in longer duration and DOL is not going to have any problem as long as the arrangement is mutually agreeable.

Unless I claim that I am not satisfied with the arrangement and lodge a formal complain to DOL, they don't have any problem with non payment for 4 months.

what are your view on this, I don't believe in complicating things with 'we will fight' type of decisions, I believe in taking rational decisions to solve the problems quickly.

So I will probably not go to DOL and just ask my employer to pay me, some amount, which he can adjust in future under some expenses, any CPA can arrange that.

What do you think on this approach.

Again thanks for your interest and help

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By Law your employer has to pay you. I am sure they are aware of it. If it comes to you forcing them to pay you then you know that your are on a sticky turf. I am not aware of the procedural delays in you being able to file your GC based on your marriage to a Citizen. However if you are able to file it then I presume you will not need a H1 to stay in status. You would have to ask an attorney about the legality of this advise. If indeed you are safe in your status once you are able to file for a GC based on your marriage then you can go after your employer. IMHO until then u might be at a risk if you get any type of query for your status.

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Well looks like you always worked in the same field, and you have a awesome career in the A$$h0le industry. What's your designation chief frastu officer (CFO) or Chief Begging (for GC) Officer.

Looks like you are also a member of these guilds.

'I am in EB2 so I think I am better than the rest' guild.
'I am so frustu that I can not see anyone happy' guild.
'GC or suicide' guild.

EB2 GC outlook is not good, it's a long road for you, calm down potty mouth or you will die with a stroke by then.

I will search for some physiologist in India, who are dealing with phycos who are in depression because of failure to get GC, may be they can help you when you are kicked out after waiting for 10 years.




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