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Posted on 10-28-18 4:10 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Can I file gc in cpt?
Posted on 10-28-18 4:19 PM     [Snapshot: 13]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Namaste Rati ji,
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Posted on 10-28-18 4:26 PM     [Snapshot: 40]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@Rati Bista: Green Card bhaneko ke tero bau le pakayeko chiya hora jaslai paayo teslai dina lai? Kastaa kasta paakhe haru auchan America maa!
Posted on 10-29-18 11:04 AM     [Snapshot: 338]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Yes you can file GC while you are in CPT. You will need a employer who is willing do so. There is nothing wrong to ask such question. There is no such thing as stupid question.
Posted on 10-29-18 2:13 PM     [Snapshot: 506]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Bista ji, question ali incomplete vhayo. Greencard file ta garne, tara under what category? Based on employment (I guess) or other?..

Employment based ho vhane, yes you can as long as you have employer willing to file one for you.
Posted on 10-30-18 3:02 AM     [Snapshot: 758]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Nope! You cannot go from CPT to GC on EMPLOYMENT basis. It is because CPT is F1 which has the intention to return to your home country after completing study. Where as GC has the intention to stay. So clashes of intentions.
However, there is a provision under law where you can change your status to H1B from F1 and then H1B to GC (most of us are already familiar with this process).

PS: Just my opinion. I am not an immigration attorney. Contact immigration attorney to get concrete info.

Posted on 10-30-18 10:08 AM     [Snapshot: 889]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Posted on 10-30-18 11:05 AM     [Snapshot: 961]     Reply [Subscribe]
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trump ko chusyo bhane jhan chito pauchha greencard! :)
Posted on 10-30-18 11:29 AM     [Snapshot: 992]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Experience bhako jasto cha.. hola pani.
Posted on 10-30-18 11:37 AM     [Snapshot: 1015]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@itahariko, timi mu ji haru jasta TPS ma basne haru lai sallah deko...malai ta laadaa ni chahiyena greencard
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Posted on 10-30-18 12:14 PM     [Snapshot: 1065]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@dkhanal: tyo ta bujiyo ki.. tara timi le taha payeu kasari?? nikai solid solution deko le make sure gareko matra. Vanesi..bro ko vaisakyo..aba chahiyena baneko ho??
Posted on 10-30-18 12:16 PM     [Snapshot: 1057]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@tito-satya - I do not think your logic of "clashes of intentions" matters here. As pointed by 'tesko_baje', this should be similar case with people filing GC while in OPT.
Intentions change over time and the burden to prove falls to USCIS. This is a common practice where parents of US citizens come here in US under B1/B2, and once they are here they file for GC. Their intention when they enter US was to stay for 6 months under B1/B2 and return back to their home country. However, once they were here, their intention changed and circumstances changed and hence filed GC. USCIS cannot prove their intentions unless there were past effort made to obtain GC.

With all said, I am not an expert on this filed either. These are just my observations and things i learned while going through my own process.

I would suggest getting lawyer too and the initial consult will not cost that much.
Posted on 10-30-18 12:43 PM     [Snapshot: 1101]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@itahariko hoina bro, chahidai nachahiye pachi kurai sakiyo ni....aaba mero solid sallah dine baani chha ni...kuro bhaneko sidai garne..ladaaa ghumai firai? :)
Posted on 10-30-18 1:00 PM     [Snapshot: 1109]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@dkhanal: j hos bro ko solid sallah sahi lagera....yaha arule napaye ni
bro lai chai pani future ma kei chayecha vane, estai chusne mauka chai awasya parpta hos,ghari ghari hos vanera nikai prathana garda chu.
ra aja yo kura yeti nai.
Posted on 10-30-18 1:20 PM     [Snapshot: 1150]     Reply [Subscribe]
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CPT is mostly short term and cannot be seen as a long term commitment so it is advisable to at least get your OPT to start Labor/LPR application. If you are a STEM major then it gets even better since you will have plenty of time to get your GC. Good Luck!
Posted on 10-30-18 1:43 PM     [Snapshot: 1178]     Reply [Subscribe]
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We all seem to have this false impression that it is not possible to apply for GC during F1,CPT/OPT. But it is actually very untrue. This rhetoric seems to arise from the fact that very rarely a employer will be willing to sponsor you in those visa status. If ones' employer is willing to sponsor, one can get his GC in F1 visa status same way as in H1B. (My friend got his EB3 GC within 1 and half years during his OPT).

But it is to be noted that it is very rare that employers will agree to file for Green card while one is in F1 status.
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Posted on 10-30-18 2:23 PM     [Snapshot: 1225]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Consultancy will do it u give them money

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