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Everybody who filed their 485 form. You know that Green Card Lottery is open at this time. Can we still file the application while our AOS is in progress? Does anyone know the answer?

Sorry, it is one or the other. You take yourself out of the running if you go for the lottery. ......and take a close look at when you would be able to get a visa via the lottery, it is in very small letters, it is definitely not immediate.

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Yes, I will certainly do so. Which state are you in?

Got the receipt notice today. How bout yours did you get it already? Hope you did too.

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batasMTR_RN specializes in Critical Care Nursing.

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congrats... you should have your EAD 3 to 4 weeks, more or less.. goodluck

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Anyone tried to file for the spouse (still in the Philippines) as a dependent?

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batasMTR_RN specializes in Critical Care Nursing.

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Anyone tried to file for the spouse (still in the Philippines) as a dependent?

yeah.. i have a friend who did the same.. they are still waiting for the approval

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Seiko,

congrats on getting your work authorization... :)

iam working already and it is absolutely crazy

keep me posted

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batasMTR_RN specializes in Critical Care Nursing.

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Seiko,

congrats on getting your work authorization... :)

iam working already and it is absolutely crazy

keep me posted

hello congratulations and hope you can adjust well... by the way, would you know if those adjusting status will also undergo interview by the INS before issuance of green card? just asking?

thanks

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seiko has 10 years experience and specializes in cardiac, oncology.

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Seiko,

congrats on getting your work authorization... :)

iam working already and it is absolutely crazy

keep me posted

Thankyou and congrates to u too.

I am not able to start my job right now .I have to wait coz my position is gone ,they said it took soo long for me to get ead so they took other nurse in that position. they are looking new position for me.

Hey how much are u paid there and in which floor u r in . My recuiter said I will be paid $21.28 Isnt that too low??? I said to her make up little bit more around $24 hows that sound?? I am here in PA . which state r u in ??

please karolina or somebody comment on my pay($21.28) I that fair???????????

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Thankyou and congrates to u too.

I am not able to start my job right now .I have to wait coz my position is gone ,they said it took soo long for me to get ead so they took other nurse in that position. they are looking new position for me.

Hey how much are u paid there and in which floor u r in . My recuiter said I will be paid $21.28 Isnt that too low??? I said to her make up little bit more around $24 hows that sound?? I am here in PA . which state r u in ??

please karolina or somebody comment on my pay($21.28) I that fair???????????

Sounds good to me Seiko. I was offered a job in Hershey Medical Center and they started from $21.90 then in a month they sent me a letter that they raise a new graduate salary to $22.90. And it is not just for me because they wanted to sponsor me, it is for all new graduates. So $21.28 sounds pretty fair.

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Seiko,

that is not bad pay. I make few more dollars , but iam in New York City and the cost of living here is high. My I-140 is still not approved,,

:)

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augigi has 10 years experience as a CNS and specializes in Critical Care, Cardiothoracics, VADs.

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I wouldn't think it's fair if it's less than a new grad salary, but it depends where you'll be living.

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yeah i did, also my 2 kids... but unfortunately retrogression loomed so i'll just have to wait what will happen next... we paid for the their fee and their case type is I824. This form will be used to request a duplicate approval notice, to request approval notice to another U.S. Consulate; and to request notice to a U.S. Consulate for derivative visas to family members. This is to request USCIS to notify a specific US consulate that your status have been adjusted to that of a lawful permanent resident so that your spouse and/or children may apply for an immigrant visa. I just arrived here via tourist visa last june 20, 2006 and my case was filed last october 23, 2006. Received my NOR last october 30, 2006 and my appointment notice last n0vember 2, 2006. Did my biometrics and fingerprinting last nov. 9, 2006. So i'm just waiting for my EAD to arrive, my service center is texas.

what about you? have you filed for your spouse who is in the Philippines? My husband and my 2 kids are in PI too...:( :bluecry1:

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