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CASE: Change of Status from B1 / B2 to H-4, Same-Sex Marriage

CLIENT: Filipino

LOCATION: Oregon

Our client came to the United States in November 2013 with a valid B-2 visitor’s visa from the Philippines. Later, in March 2014, he married his same-sex spouse in Washington where the same-sex couple’s marriage is legally recognized. His spouse is an H-1B visa holder.

As a family dependent of an H-1B visa holder, our client can change his status from B1 / B2 to H-4. Our firm was retained and on April 14, 2014, we filed our client’s I-539 with all supporting documents to the USCIS. There were no requests for evidence. On July 2, 2014, the Change of Status was approved. Our client is now on H-4 and is with his spouse in Oregon.

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CASE: Change of Status from B1 / B2 to H-4
CLIENT: Filipina
LOCATION: Santa Clara, California

Our client was married to an H-1B visa holder working for Apple. They were married in the Philippines. She came here on a B1 / B2 visa for a business visit with the intention of returning back to the Philippines for work. She changed her mind while she was here and decided to remain with her husband. As a family dependent of an H-1B visa holder, our client can change her status from B1 / B2 to H-4. Our firm was retained and on October 4, 2011, we filed our client’s I-539 with all supporting documents to the USCIS in Dallas. There were no requests for evidence. On November 14, 2011, the Change of Status was approved. Our client is now on H-4 and is with her husband in Santa Clara California.

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CASE: Change of Status from H-1B to H-4

CLIENT: Indian

LOCATION: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Our client has been on H-1B status for two years and held his specialty occupation position. However, his H-1B status expired on September 10, 2010.  Before his H-1B status was expired, our client married his girlfriend who was an H-1B visa holder in the United States living in Cleveland Ohio.  As a family dependent of H-1B visa holder, our client has a chance to change his status from H-1B to H-4 before his H-1B is expired. Our firm was retained and we helped the client obtain supporting documents for the Change of Status before his H-1B was expired. On September 2, 2010, our firm promptly filed the client’s I-539 with detailed exhibits to USCIS Texas Service Center.  On November 24, 2010, the Change of Status was approved. Our client is now on H-4 and can maintain his lawful stay in the United States.

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CASE: Change of Status from H-4 to F-1

CLIENT: Pakistani

LOCATION: Columbus, Ohio

Our client has been on H-4 status for many years. Those on H-4 get their status from being the under-21 child or spouse of someone on an H-1B temporary worker status. His father’s H-1B was extended, but his H-4 extension was cut short of the extension approval of his father because he was about to turn 21. Those on H-4 are allowed to study in the United States. Our client’s father wanted him to continue his studies in preparation for medical school and was concerned because his son’s H-4 status was cut short. Our firm was retained and we helped the client obtain supporting documents for the Change of Status. On September 20, 2010, before our client turned 21, we filed the I-539 Change of Status. On October 15, 2010, the Change of Status was approved. Our client is now on F-1 and can continue his pre-med studies.

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