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    H1B Petitions for Computer Programmers

    Is this effect if you have master degree in Mechanical field and working for IT industry for 3 years? If I extend again MyH1b ..it can create problem ? Bachelor degree in Computer engineering is required to have job in IT as H1B ?
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    I-140 after changing Job

    I have Approved I-140 and PD is 2011 June. I changed my Employer recently. My employer will file New Perm process after 2 year. What happen if PD become current before that.I mean if next year PD become current , can i still file after 2 year and retain my PD to 2011 ? Or I loose PD ? Or I can stay and extend my H1b till find employer who filed my GC ? Thanks,
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    I-94 expiration date

    Thanks for reply. But there is new rule came in on jan 17,2017 that you have 60 days to find job if you layoff from H1B . Just FYI... https://*****************.com/********************
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    I-94 expiration date

    Thanks for reply. But there is new rule came in on jan 17,2017 that you have 60 days to find job if you layoff from H1B .
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    I-94 expiration date

    Nothing ? ?
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    I-94 expiration date

    Hi, I am Mechanical Engineer with 7 years experience. Recently i got laid off due to oil and gas market downturn. I got laid of on 20 Jan 2017. My H-1b I -94 is expiring in march 21,2017 and my company also filed extension of my H1b in November which is approved in December . Extension H-1b , I-94 date is valid thru March 22, 2017 to March 21,2020. As i got laid off in january which I-94 expirition date I have to consider ? I already find job and they are going to file my h1b next week. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks, Nk
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