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  1. H1B Job Duties Education Experience Template

    Please use this template to provide an explanation on how an H1B Specialty Occupation job duties matches the courses taken by the beneficiary including experience.

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  2. Application to Extend/Change Status | Form I-539 & Form I-539 A | Samples | Instructions |

    Please download Applications to Extend/Change Status, used for H4, L2, F2, and More Categories. Form I-539 and Form I-539 A with Instructions.
    For certain important field instructions, please click the "Bubble" on the Fields.  
    Complete ONE Form I-539 and submit ONE filing fee of $370 per family regardless of the number of H-4 applicants.  The filing fee must be paid by a check or money order made payable to “U.S. Department of Homeland Security.”
    Complete Form I-539 online, then print the I-539 and have the eldest (Father/Mother) H-4 applicant sign in black pen. If all dependents applying for H-4 status are minors (under the age of 18 years), the H-1B applicant should sign the I-539 in Part 5 “Applicant’s Signature” AND Part 7, “Signature of person preparing form, if other than above”, indicating “Parent of Minor” in the section entitled “Firm Name and Address.”
    USCIS published a revised Form I-539 on March 8, 2019 (to be submitted by the primary H-4 applicant) and a new Form I-539A (to be submitted for each H-4 co-applicant).  Additionally, USCIS has implemented a biometrics requirement.  Each applicant must pay a biometrics services fee of $85 when submitting Form I-539, and if applicable, Form I-539A.  Once the forms are accepted by USCIS, the applicant(s) will be given an appointment date and time to appear at a USCIS office closest to their address for a biometrics services appointment.  

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  3. H1B Specialty Occupation | Business Intelligence | BI | Tableau Developer | Project Description | Weekly Percentages | RFE | Template

    Please use this Template for H1B Specialty Occupation Project Description with Percentages of duties for 24 Months for Business Intelligence | BI | Tableau Developer |. Please note that the percentages chart begins from week 40, keeping October 01 in mind as start date, please edit accordingly.

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  4. H1B Specialty Occupation | Dot Net Software Developer | .NET Developer | Project Description | Weekly Percentages | RFE | Template

    Please use this Template for H1B Specialty Occupation Project Description with Percentages of duties for Dot Net Software Developer | .NET Developer |. Please note that the percentages chart begins from week 40, keeping October 01 in mind as start date, please edit accordingly.

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  5. H1B End Client Letter Template Sample

    Please use this Template for H1B End client letters, please note that the letter must be printed on Client's letter head. USCIS has issues in accepting letters on a plain paper, please make changes as necessary and make sure the signer provides email and a phone number.

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  6. FOIA Request to Obtain Copies of Immigration Records

    The following template is to be used to request copies of Immigration Records under the Freedom of Information/Privacy Act (FOIA), you may use this for records of any type of Non-Immigrant or Immigrant Petition. 
    You may write a letter with your Name, passport number and case type. Please use a United States address as USCIS will send your case information in a Compact Disc. You can mail or fax FOIA request for USCIS records, including alien files and procurement information, to the National Records Center. 
    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services 
    National Records Center, FOIA/PA Office 
    P. O. Box 648010 
    Lee’s Summit, MO 64064-8010 
    Live Assistance: 1-800-375-5283 
    Fax (802) 288-1793 or (816) 350-5785 
    uscis.foia@dhs.gov
    Alternatively, you may file FORM G-639 and it is not required. The form is a little complicated, sending a simple letter is the best option.
    How long does it take to obtain records?
    USCIS takes up to 3 months to process your request, so plan right away
    I am not in the United States, can I still submit a request?
    Yes, it’s better to use a local US address of a friend or relative or even your new employer.

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  7. Detailed H1B EVC Vendor Letter with Percentages Template

    Please use this template for a detailed vendor letter in an EVC model with percentages and more...for H1B Specialty Occupation.

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  8. I-983 Training Plan Fillable Form with Information | STEM-OPT |

    Please use the fillable form and edit the Addendum (Word) to use with the I-983, if you need more help, please comment with a request.

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  9. DMV License Renewal H1B Employment Verification Letter Template

    Please use this template (Employer) for DMV License Renewal, when the H1B is pending, please also carry a copy of the H1B Receipt Notice.

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  10. Accrual of Unlawful Presence and F, J, and M Nonimmigrants

    Accrual of Unlawful Presence and F, J, and M Nonimmigrants

    This Policy Memorandum (PM) provides guidance to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officers and assists USCIS officers in the calculation of unlawful presence of those in student (F nonimmigrant), exchange visitor (J nonimmigrant), or vocational student (M nonimmigrant) status and their dependents while in the United States. The PM also revises previous policy guidance in the USCIS Adjudicator’s Field Manual (AFM) relating to this issue.

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  11. USCIS Guidance for Requests for Evidence and Notices of Intent to Deny | RFE | NOID

    Jul 13, 2018
    USCIS Updates Policy Guidance for Certain Requests for Evidence and Notices of Intent to Deny
    WASHINGTON - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) today posted a policy memorandum (PDF, 113 KB) (PM) that provides guidance to USCIS adjudicators regarding their discretion to deny an application, petition, or request without first issuing a Request for Evidence (RFE) or Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) when required initial evidence was not submitted or the evidence of record fails to establish eligibility. 
    This updated guidance is effective September 11, 2018, and applies to all applications, petitions, and requests, except for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) adjudications, received after that date. Due to preliminary injunctions issued by courts in California and New York, this new PM does not change the RFE and NOID policies and practices that apply to the adjudication of DACA requests.
    “For too long, our immigration system has been bogged down with frivolous or meritless claims that slow down processing for everyone, including legitimate petitioners. Through this long overdue policy change, USCIS is restoring full discretion to our immigration officers to deny incomplete and ineligible applications and petitions submitted for immigration benefits,” said USCIS Director L. Francis Cissna. “Doing so will discourage frivolous filings and skeletal applications used to game the system, ensure our resources are not wasted, and ultimately improve our agency’s ability to efficiently and fairly adjudicate requests for immigration benefits in full accordance with our laws.”  
    The 2013 PM addressed policies for the issuance of RFEs and NOIDs when the evidence submitted at the time of filing did not establish eligibility. In practice, the 2013 PM limited denials without RFEs or NOIDs to statutory denials by providing that RFEs should be issued unless there was “no possibility” of approval. This “no possibility” policy limited the application of an adjudicator’s discretion.
    The policy implemented in this guidance restores to the adjudicator full discretion to deny applications, petitions, and requests without first issuing an RFE or a NOID, when appropriate. This policy is intended to discourage frivolous or substantially incomplete filings used as “placeholder” filings and encourage applicants, petitioners, and requestors to be diligent in collecting and submitting the required evidence.  
    USCIS will continue issuing statutory denials when appropriate without first issuing an RFE or NOID when the applicant, petitioner, or requestor has no legal basis for the benefit/request sought or submits a request for a benefit or relief under a program that has been terminated. 
    If all required initial evidence is not submitted with the benefit request, USCIS, in its discretion, may deny the benefit request for failure to establish eligibility based on lack of required initial evidence. Examples of filings that may be denied without sending an RFE or NOID include, but are not limited to:     
    Waiver applications submitted with  little to no supporting evidence; or Cases where the regulations, the statute, or form instructions require the submission of an official document or other form of evidence establishing eligibility at the time of filing and there is no such submission. For example, an Affidavit of Support (Form I-864), if required, was not submitted with an Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status (Form I-485).

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  12. Attorneys General from 15 States Oppose overtime rule - Letter to USDOL

    Attorneys General in 15 states sent a letter urging the US Department of Labor to not adopt a proposed overtime rule.
    New York Attorney General Letitia James reported the proposed rule would cause more than 8 million workers, including 600,000 workers in New York, to lose overtime protections.
    According to the letter, “the proposed rule would expose millions of workers in our states — including minimum wage and median-wage workers who lack anything resembling the bargaining power and compensation typical of ‘white collar’ workers — to [executive, administrative and professional] misclassification, a practice that remains as pervasive in our states, if not more so, as it was in 2016.”
    The Department of Labor’s rule would require workers making up to $679 per week, or $35,308 per year, to automatically be eligible for overtime if they work more than 40 hours per week. It would affect workers in “executive, administrative and professional” categories.
    Presently, the level under which workers are automatically eligible for overtime pay is $455 per week or $23,660 per year. However, a rule proposed in 2016 by the Obama Administration would have raised the level to $913 per week or $47,476 annually, and then automatically update it every three years. The Obama rule was rejected by a federal court in 2017.
    In their letter, Attorneys General argued the lower wage level of the new rule would make uncovering misclassification as exempt from overtime more difficult to enforce.
    “Since its adoption, workers in many of our states have relied on the [Fair Labor Standards Act] as their primary guarantee for receiving overtime pay,” according to the letter. “When the salary level is set too low, workers in our states suffer from lower incomes and longer hours.”
    Tuesday was the final day for comments on the department’s proposed rule.
    “It is the fundamental responsibility of the US Department of Labor to protect the workers of this country. This proposed rule is a complete abdication of that responsibility,” said New York Attorney General Letitia James. “New York stands with our fellow states in continuing to fight for employees and to enforce laws that hold employers liable for overtime violations.”

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  13. H1B Premium Processing Simple RFE In house Project Vermont Service Center Sample

    This is a simple H1B RFE Notice from the USCIS Vermont Service Center issued for In-House Project/Employment.
     

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  14. H1B Premium Processing Email Receipt Notice Vermont Service Center Sample

    This file is a sample H1B Premium Processing Email Receipt Notice from the USCIS Vermont Service Center-Year of 2019.

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  15. H1B Rejection Notice Letter Vermont Service Center FY 2017 Not Picked in Lottery Sample

    This file is a sample H1B Rejection Notice Letter from the Vermont Service Center for FY 2017 filed in 2016, please see the rejection notice date and the Notice#. Year of 2016

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  16. H1B Premium Processing I797C Receipt Notice Vermont Service Center 2015 Sample

    This file is a sample H1B Premium Processing I797C Receipt Notice from the Vermont Service Center - Year of 2015.

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  17. H1B Premium Processing Email Approval Notice Vermont Service Center Consular Processing Hyderabad-Sample

    This file is a sample H1B Premium Processing Email Approval Notice from Vermont Service Center filed as a Consular Processing for the Consulate at Hyderabad, India. - Year of 2017.

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  18. H1B Specialty Occupation Detailed Job description | 52 Weeks | Job Duties | QA Analyst, QA Engineers | Template

    This is a Template depicting detailed job duties for H1B Specialty Occupation for 52 Weeks for a QA Analyst, QA Engineers or a similar position.

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  19. Inter-File/Transfer I-140 with Pending I-485 | EB3-EB2 or Vice Versa |

    Please use this letter to send an interfile request if the I-485 is pending and you have a new I-140 Approval Notice in EB3 or EB2 category with a current priority date.

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  20. H1B Specialty Occupation Job Duties with Percentages for a QA Analyst/ QA Tester/ QA Software Engineer Template

    This is a general template for a QA Analyst/ QA Tester/ QA Software Engineer for H1B Specialty Occupation Job Duties with Percentages

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  21. Employment Agreement/Offer Letter Template

    This is a general Employment Agreement/Offer Letter Template which can be used for any Visas including H1Bs, TN, E3, OPT/CPT etc.

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  22. US Consulate Project Outline Letter Template

    Please use this template to when the US Consulates request additional information from the H1B Employer about the Client project.

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  23. PERM Recruitment Efforts Advertisement Check List

    This is a Checklist of Mandatory Ads to be posted for PERM Recruitment Efforts. You can also list dates, enclose proofs and keep it on filing using this Template.

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  24. PERM Audit Recruitment Report Letter Template

    Please use this template to support the PERM Audit for a Recruitment report request.

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