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  1. I wanted to check if there is a possibility of changing status from L-1A to H-1B without going thought the CAP if I had a H-1B before. Below are details of my situation. Worked for Company A from Sep 2002 to Mar 2011 Company A filed for H1-B in 2004. Below is the duration spend in the US Travel through H1:(total 5.5 years) Nov-2004 - Mar-2005 Feb-2006 - Nov-2008 Dec-2008 - Mar-2011 Resigned from company A in Mar 2011 and joined company B in India. Renewed Passport in July 2011 Company B filed L-1A in Aug 2013. Oct-2013 - Present At this stage, If I want to move to another employer, do they need to apply for a fresh H-1B or can the old one be renewed / transferred. Please advise. P.S. Assume that GC via E-B1 is not an option. Thanks.
  2. I have a total of 11+ years of experience. I am currently in the US on L-1A (more than 1 yr) in a managerial position. My employer won't file for a GC. Hypothetically, if I find a employer B who wants hire me, can this employer B apply for a GC in EB-1C ? If yes, what is the usual time for the process to complete? Any risks ? If no, what options do I have?
  3. I have a total of 11+ years of experience. I am currently in the US on L-1A (more than 1 yr) in a managerial position. My employer won't file for a GC. Hypothetically, if I find a employer B who wants hire me, can this employer B apply for a GC in EB-1C ? If yes, what is the usual time for the process to complete? Any risks ? If no, what options do I have? Regards
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