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FAQ

How do you check on the status on a Walmart application you filled out online?
Other than contacting the personnel manager of whatever store you applied to, there isn’t much you can do to check on the status of your application.The thing is the entire job application process for major corporations has changed. With Walmart you apply online. That files is run through various programs and algorithms which seek to discard any that contain definitive red flags, or names that have been deemed “Do Not Hire” or “Do Not Rehire”. Those same programs and algorithms also seek to push to the forefront any applications which contain keywords and phrases that it is looking for specifically to hire. Once they have run through the gamut of analyses, any that pass muster are then sent to whatever stores you included in your application. So there may be numerous stores that receive it, depending on what you entered when applying. After all that if any store that receives it has an opening that matches what you put down as interests with regards to various positions, you may get called for an interview. That might take less than a day, or it might take several months. It depends on need and the availability of stores having open reqs. Once you’re called for an interview, you will usually be made an offer that same day, unless they decide you just aren’t a fit for what they are looking for.
I'm the founder of a new startup and recently I heard that when I employ someone, I need to fill out form I-9 for them. The employee needs to fill it out, but I also need to check their identity and status. Is it true that I am required to do that? Is it true that all companies, even big companies that employ thousands of people, do this?
In addition to both you and the employee filling out the form, you need to do it within a certain time period, usually the first day of work for the employee. And as mentioned, you do need to keep them on file in case of an audit. You need to examine their eligibility documents (most often their passport, or their driver's license and social security card, and the list of acceptable documents is included on the form). You just need to make sure it looks like it's the same person and that they aren't obvious fakes.You can find the forms as well as instructions on how to fill them out here: Employment Eligibility Verification | USCIS On the plus side, I-9's aren't hard or time-consuming to do. Once you get the hang of it, it only takes a few minutes.
What do I fill out as the "current USCIS status" on form i-485?
The I-485 form was updated in June 2017!Here is a guide on how to fill out the latest I-485.
Can I call USCIS to check my immigration status? I would like to find out if I’m already a U.S citizen.
This question might be a little odd depending on how you think you got US citizenship.If you applied for naturalization as an adult with N-400, you don’t become a US citizen until you take the oath, not before. Since this requires an action on your part, there is no way that you wouldn’t have known that it happened.If you are born abroad and you believe you may have been a US citizen from birth, it is up to you to obtain evidence that your parent(s) met the requirements under US law to pass US citizenship to you at birth. The US government, including USCIS and the Department of State, generally does not know, and cannot tell you, whether you, born abroad, is a US citizen or not until you try to prove that you are when you apply for evidence of citizenship (e.g. a US passport). Having insufficient evidence to prove your US citizenship doesn’t mean you are not US citizen • maybe you are, legally, based on the facts that you have insufficient evidence to prove, and if you find further evidence, you can go back and prove it.If you were a permanent resident under 18 living in the US with a US citizen parent, you automatically became a US citizen by operation of law. (This can happen in any order, e.g. you and your parents could all be permanent residents, and one parent naturalizes while you are under 18, or if your parent was already a US citizen and then you immigrate to the US with an immigrant visa, etc. Prior to 2022. both parents had to naturalize.) In this case, again, the US government does not generally know that you have become a citizen (you will likely still have a valid green card), until you want to obtain some evidence of citizenship (usually a US passport) when you will need to prove your citizenship with your green card and your parent’s evidence of citizenship when you were under 18.If you are a child of a US citizen residing abroad who didn’t obtain citizenship at birth and your parent applied for US citizenship under INA 322 by using your grandparent’s physical presence in the US, you must have entered the US as a legal nonimmigrant and taken the oath in the US (although for very young children the oath can be waived). You would have also obtained a certificate from this, so chances are if you obtained citizenship via this route you would know it.
After how many days will the USCIS case status show updates? 1 week after filling my H1-B transfer in premium, I still see an "Error, check your receipt number" message.
USCIS processing, in my family experience, takes MONTHS. Not weeks. When a family member applied for a Green Card renewal, we applied almost a year in advance. In speaking to USCIS personnel on the phone later in the process, we found there was a “normal” delay of several months. They then said that there was an ADDITIONAL month on top of that. Due to heavy volume.Not to worry, though. Once they actually take possession and log in your document, the clock stops, so to speak. Be patient trying to reach them on the phone for incidentals. Last time I was on hold for over 45 minutes. It also helps to have a trusted friend or acquaintance who is fluent in English, if you are not.I found the staff at USCIS were very helpful and can give you the info you will need. Good luck!
How do I check for my ban status to UAE?
You can try the following :Your 1st best bet is contact a PRO in your circle and prhim details of your passport. A PRO can and will Update youAsk a friend in the UAE to visit a police station with a copy of your passport to inquire if there are any cases or complaints registered. [This is a Paid Service if you need a police clearance certificate]Enter Your details here [http://ednrd.ae/portal/pls/porta...]Step-by-step Guide [How to check your Labour contract online Dubai,Online labour contract]Read More about Types of Ban here [Visa ban Dubai]If its a ban related to Bank / Credit Card / Loan Default then you have to settle with the bank and ask them to remove police case + Travel BanAnother Similar Answer : Azam Ilyas's answer to Can a non-local of U.A.E open a case on me if he has contacts in the magistrate?Best Regards
Why haven't dreamers in the US who were protected by the now rescinded DACA applied for citizenship in order to not be deported?
To apply for citizenship you first have to apply for and get a green card and then wait 3–5 years. The Dreamers, unfortunately, not only do not have citizenship—they do not even have green cards. And—contrary to what a lot of people seem to think—there is no mechanism for getting a green card just on the basis of having been in the US for a certain amount of time or waiting a certain amount of time, whether legally or illegally. I myself lived in the US legally for 18 years before getting my green card.A lot of the time both proponents and opponents of immigration, both legal and otherwise, seem to talk in terms of “going to the back of the line” or “joining the line”. That misses the point. Most of the time there isn’t an available line to join, and that is definitely the situation of the Dreamers.Unfortunately DACA doesn’t change the illegal status of the Dreamers. It merely postpones deportation and allows temporary work during that postponement.At this point it becomes a highly charged political issue even more so than it already was. The best case scenario for the Dreamers is that Congress will act favorably on their status, converting it to a legal status with a path to a green card and eventual citizenship. Due to the fact that most Dreamers are in a politically sympathetic situation—they may be here illegally but the original illegal act was through no fault of their own—and 2022 is a midterm election year, there is a chance that Congress will act. Their current deferred status will expire right in the middle of an election campaign and Congress may fear the consequences of not acting. The worst case scenario is that their status will expire and they will be back where they started with no work permission.
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