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Posted on 27 Mar 2012
Q.

Including spouse on 485

My husband's H1B visa expires in May 2012. He plans to work outside the US for a little while as he does not have an approved labor yet. My original PERM(EB3) has a priority date of May 2008 and I have applied for my second EB2 PERM in Jan 2012(decision still pending). My question is: How can I include my husband on my 485 application when my priority date gets current? Or is it preferable for him to stay in the country on a dependant status till my priority date gets current?

User's Location: Richmond, Virginia, United States of America
Category: H1B Visa (Work Visa)
Posted on 27 Mar 2012
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