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|How to know if My case has been transferred to VSC ( Vermont ) ?
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How to know if My case has been transferred to VSC ( Vermont ) ?
I have filed an waiver on extreme cruelty. Based on many posts here, I got the understanding that these type of ROC cases are transferred to VSC?
I haven't received any papers or text or email about that since my bio metrics was done in december 22nd, 2015.
I applied ROC I751 with waiver about 5 months 17 days ago.
|Work or Family based Green Card
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I really need help on this one because it's the biggest decision in my life
A little background: I am Russian citizen (not in US), recently received a job offer from US based company, but wasn't selected in H1B lottery. The company has an office in UK and I will be moving there.
I have an option of getting GC through work, however I don't have enough information about timelines. For this option, my steps would be: apply for H1B/L1B next year, right after transfer to US employer will file AOS to get GC. This is the part where I'm confused. I'm eligible for EB3 as a professional worker (I have only Bachelors, no Masters or previous work experience), but I have no idea how long the processing time is and I heard that for EB3, the whole process usually takes unbelievably long, around 5-10 years. Is it true? If not, what are actual processing times for applications in the same category?
The second option is marrying a US citizen (it's not a fraud marriage, everything is bona fide), however I would prefer not to rush things up. I would like to go the first option for obvious reasons, however if waiting time is actually this inadequately long, I would have to consider the second option.
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