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  1. gopalakrishnach

    H1B Extension denied, I-94 expired

    My H1B Extension denied, I-94 is already expired - Leave ASAP I guess. Yes you can apply H1B outside US and get stamped and come back.
  2. gopalakrishnach

    I-94 Expiring

    I guess you can go to border and ask them if not enter mexico and again come back.
  3. 3) She can go to Mexico and get her H4 visa stamped based on your concurrent H1B, I-94 valid to 5/2021
  4. gopalakrishnach

    H1b petition revoked by uscis

    I am not an expert but I feel since you have I140 approved any employer can file your H1B outside cap. I may be wrong. Please consult expert immigration lawyer or any good company who wants to do your H1B can advice you on this.
  5. gopalakrishnach

    H1B employer paid salary after H1B revocation

    Please contact an experienced immigration attorney...
  6. gopalakrishnach

    H1 transfer to a new company

    1) In extreme and very rare cases if the case is not good and they feel that existing approved petition is being misused they might revoke H1B petition but will they revoke stamped VISA? I am not sure. But this must not refrain you from moving ahead in carrier. Every H1B petition has its own risks. 2) If you are out of status you have to. If you do not hold any approved H1B and your I94 expired you need to leave by certain time may be by 60 days if you have one H1B under processing.
  7. gopalakrishnach

    H1B Amendment Denied while H1B extn pending

    1) It is independent. Nobody can assure you on this. 2) Did you find out what status are you on and will be able to live in USA. This will determine the answer. 3) To work with employer you must have approved petition.
  8. gopalakrishnach

    Victim of Forgery during my previous employment

    First of all please contact an immigration attorney and take their advice. Please do not expect any legal help here. This is serious and might impact you.
  9. gopalakrishnach

    VISA renewal parents

    Even though they are drop box eligible there are many chances that they migth be called for in-person. Just start your process and I am sure you will be guided.
  10. I am sorry for your situation and sorry to say that there are really a lot of RED flags in your interview and they want to check them out. Normally your employer must pay for all your H1B related things. Beside waiting and making sure they got all your documents you cannot do anything. try to find out whether your employer was contacted or not.
  11. gopalakrishnach

    Change of employer and Visa expired

    Nobody can predict future. If your case is good you will get it else not.
  12. gopalakrishnach

    H1B Visa stamping in Canada

    My personal Nogales or Tijuana in Mexico.
  13. gopalakrishnach

    H1b petition revoked by uscis

    First make sure and decide what status are you in and need to leave USA ASAP.
  14. gopalakrishnach

    I129 Denied - Next Options please

    I feel your attorney is correct and your employer is incompetent. I feel may be 7 days and make sure you do not acquire any illegal stays in USA. 2) Yes. 3) May be employer and immigration alwyer incompetence. We can saw the exact reason. 4) cant say..
  15. gopalakrishnach

    Switch jobs to previous employer with valid H1b

    The old employer as per law they must let USCIS know that you did not work for them any more and get H1B revoked. if they did not do that I sense something wrong. Please check everything before taking any decision
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