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140 Ead Rule

Discussion in 'Filing for AOS with an approved I-140' started by mar212011, May 21, 2015.

  1. mar212011

    mar212011 Well Regarded Member

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  2. mar212011

    mar212011 Well Regarded Member

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    Posting here, to move out of speculation thread
     
  3. Ron Gotcher

    Ron Gotcher Attorney at Law

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    Good find!
     
  4. prijju

    prijju New Member

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    Hi Ron ,
    What does this mean ? Does it mean it wont be available for public comments until october 2015 ?


    Legal Deadline: None
    Timetable:
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    Date FR Cite
    NPRM 10/00/2015
     
  5. mar212011

    mar212011 Well Regarded Member

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    sounds like comments till 10/2015
     
  6. dgp004

    dgp004 Junior Member

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    Should we expect Q1 of 2016?
     
  7. txresearcher

    txresearcher Senior Member

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    Does this mean that it is not going to be published as an interim rule on an emergency basis? Comments and rule making should take at least 6 months to a year or more, I would think?
     
  8. Kamakazee

    Kamakazee Super Moderator

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    Good thread. Once the proposed rule comes out, we can also discuss the contents of the rule here and prepare our comments accordingly.
     
  9. SGeorge

    SGeorge Guru

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    Is this an interim final/final rule?
     
  10. St Jude

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    With NPRM for I-140 EAD, I have this question.

    I have an approved I140 with my current employer for last couple years and I am expecting a future employmet based I-140 to be approved around September. Since the I140-EAD time frame is unknow, is it advisable to switch to the future employer or continue with current employer to apply for I-140 EAD. If I switch to furute employer and the new I140EAD rule is approved and has an minimum 1year clause then I’ll be loosing one more year waiting to apply for EAD.Unless they allow I140 approval from previous employer or no waiting period.

    What is my best option here, please suggest.
     
  11. Kamakazee

    Kamakazee Super Moderator

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    The proposed rule is still being worked on. We will not even see it and know the contents till it is approved by OMB and opened for public comments. So, it is not possible to say anything specially since there is no timeline. 10/00/2015 is a dummy date that they have to put in.
     
  12. Ron Gotcher

    Ron Gotcher Attorney at Law

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    That is simply a notice that they are working on it. Those dates are very soft. They could publish something tomorrow, or in December. My feeling is that it will be sooner, rather than later.
     
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    [​IMG]

    Jeez... from one queue to another.
    Is Don Draper around.... "I need a drink and a cigarette"
     
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    I am a new member if this forum... I have also heard about the I140 approval with EAD and AP for AOS which are the talks on air right now. Anybody please briefly update the latest status?
     
  15. ProfessorChaos

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    I'm curious - where does the 1 year wait period come from? Is it speculation, or is there another document that states this?
     
  17. SBR

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    Thanks ProfessorChaos ! But what information I gathered so far was once I-140 approved then we can apply for AOS even if the PD is not current if the reform is done. So little confused and I have the same question asked by username172.
     
  18. ProfessorChaos

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    No, it's not AOS. It's just EAD and I-140 portability - probably essentially the same thing, but this way they stay within the confines of the law.
     
  19. Ron Gotcher

    Ron Gotcher Attorney at Law

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    The portability aspect is the one that seems to definitely require a one year interval from the date of approval. I honestly don't know if that applies to the EAD/AP aspect as well.
     
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    Got you Ron .

    ProfessorChaos - in that case AOS can be done when PD will be current even if EAD and AP are granted after I140 approved - is that something you are trying to say ?
     

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