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Old 07-18-2007, 10:57 AM
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Mar-07
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07/26/2007
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India
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07/26/2007
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Whenever you move, you are required to update your new address to USCIS through AR-11. It then becomes their problem to keep your address on your applications up to date. You can also call them after filing AR-11 to verify that they have updated your address and your EAD will arrive at the new location.

To change your employer,

1. You should have an approved I-140
2. 180 calendar days must pass after I-1485 filing

Your new job must have similar responsibilities as your present job and the wage cannot be substantially different. No one knows what a safe wage is, so it is anyone's guess.

it is also advised that you try and stick to H-1b as long as you can - even if you change jobs.
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