H-1Bs travelling abroad after extension getting hit with Form 221(g)
Form 221(g) – What to expect.
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Each week, I donate an hour of my time to answer a few questions from one of the world’s best that have chosen to call America home and get to work. So thanks for Sreerath for asking a question about getting hit with a form 221, which is strange because he said he is on his 5th year of his H-1B and the letters are typically done for rejections of visa applications.
Further Trump may be hating on lots of people waiting the gap between H-1B and green card, which can be a great many years at times. Some are reporting plans for mass deportation in the hundreds of thousands, if Quartz media is a reputable source: Story here.
Form 221(g) Letter – bad stuff:
- scares you because it says stuff is going to get revoked
- you have issues at home that need to be taken care of
- things had been going so well
- have to wait for response and sit in uncertainty
- makes you feel inferior and subject to a silly system
Form 221(g) letter – good stuff:
- data from 2009 say 85% chance that “everything is okay”
- again 85% chance it’s totes 200, my HTTP brothers
- Trump hates other immigrants more (wow – depressing upside, for more on this review German concept of schadenfreude).
- Hey, you had a good run. High-five, bro!
- Ain’t nothing gonna stop you because you’re a hustler and got a dream.
Well, there you go. Hopefully, most of that did not make you feel very good that there are clear answers. You see despite the vast amounts of forms and code – by the way ours is the best code in the corporate immigration coding marketplace – your corporate immigration status has lots of politics that gums up the system, which is why it may actually prove to be NP-hard. If you understand that, well, maybe you need an account on workvisas.solutions.