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  1. Check with your attorney and see if they both come under the same MSA. If they do then you dont need an amendment.
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    I-797B Lost and travel

    You dont need the original. Most of the time the POE offices doesn't even ask for it. Take a copy.
  3. Tjgarla

    Use new I-797

    meaning fingerprint center where you go on the first day.
  4. Tjgarla

    Visa stamp on impounded Indian passport

    You need to have the old passport and also the new passport to travel.
  5. Tjgarla

    H1B Extension Stamping, 3rd Country Jamaica

    Yeah i remember they used to do it till 2014-2015. They have stopped it now.
  6. Tjgarla

    Use new I-797

    get the new one updated in the DS160. Submit a new one and update the new Ds form at the Stanley center. They will update the information with the new I797.
  7. If it is consular processing you can't legally stay in the country. You need to go out and get it stamped once approved.
  8. this can be corrected by the USCIS easily. Ask your employer to contact the attorney to get this updated. If your case was processed in Premium it will be updated in 2 days.
  9. Tjgarla

    221g FTE

    since it is kind of a remote job. They want to check the authenticity of your Job with the end client.
  10. jut take your H1b approval for the stamping. H4 visa also will be approved.
  11. you should consult your immigration attorney regarding this.
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    Valid H1B stamp from previous employer

    You can use the exciting stamping and travel. at the POE i US airport show the new approval of i797. They will update the information .
  13. YEs you will need a H1B and H4 visa stamped on your passport to enter in USA.
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