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  1. NotAnAttorney

    New H1B after 6 years max out of current H1B visa

    one should be atleast one year outside of USA before APril 1st, to file for that years quota.
  2. NotAnAttorney

    Travel while H1B NOIR with valid Visa

    As long as the decision (revocation) was not made at the time of your return, you should be good.
  3. NotAnAttorney

    Consultancy ended my employment

    Assuming that you have valid i-94, you get 60 days grace period to find a new job and employer who could file for your H1B.
  4. NotAnAttorney

    H1B Validity status

    Assuming that you had worked in H1B status for atleast a couple of months, any new employer could file cap-exempt petition for remainder duration of 6 years cap.
  5. NotAnAttorney

    H1 Transfer

    Its always better do join after approval. But with premium processing unavailable, it may take months to get that decision. If you are directly working with employer( no vendors no layers no implementation partners, with atleast level2 wage , proper documents like client letter, etc depending on your situation and if your background is Computer Science, then no reason to worry)
  6. NotAnAttorney

    H1 Transfer on I140 Approval in less than 6 months

    That's not true. New employer need not file new before next extension. The same old 140 can be used until the Priority Date becomes current.
  7. NotAnAttorney

    While H1B amendment is in processing can get H4?

    In that case what happens to her H-1B amendment if not withdrawn immediately? Please suggest.
  8. NotAnAttorney

    H1b denied, looking for possibilities to bring back

    I assume he had worked on H-1B at one point for certain duration. If that's the case he can find a job while he is on H4 and the new employer can file Change of Status to H-1B, and this will be cap-exempt. And he can start working after the approval of that petition.
  9. NotAnAttorney

    H1 extension in progress. Staying beyond I94.

    240 days beyond i94 expiry is allowed. If denied meantime after i94 expiry, then you will be out of status since the expiry date.
  10. NotAnAttorney

    H1 Transfer on I140 Approval in less than 6 months

    If your employer withdraws the i-140 within 6 months of approval, you will not be able to utilize it to get approval beyond Feb 2019, if you decide to transfer. It is highly possible that your employer would withdraw the 140 as soon as you move out. In this situation, my suggestion is to wait until 6 months completion after approval and then looks for opportunities.
  11. 1. They should have withdrawn the petition by now , by law they should inform USCIS that you are no longer working with them or pay for all these months. 2. If withdrawn, a new H1B petition( transfer) should be filed by Emp A. 3. as your i-94 is still valid, you can find some other employer who could file for your H-1B.
  12. I know someone who was is very much similar situation. His transfer was initially denied, Good thing is that, some other new company filed for his H1B and that got approved. With very little hope, I suggest that you can keep trying, and get a new H1 filed on her behalf.
  13. There were many instances where USCIS had re-opened cases and changed their decisions. Brace for impact; it is very much possible that they are going to revoke the approval.
  14. Yes they can file, assuming your i94 is still unexpired.