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Hema Reddy

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  1. Hi, My H1-B extension was denied in March 2018. As my I-94 was already expired, I left USA within a week of denial. My employer applied for MTR in the same month. I came back to USA on H4 visa and made a COS to H1 again for the same client, but my primary vendor sponsored my H1B this time. I asked my old employer to withdraw MTR as I am not interested to join them anymore, but they did not withdraw MTR. Now, my old denied H1B is re-opened for reconsideration. They sent an RFE on this case last week. My old employer is not responding to me. 1. Will this RFE has any impact on the current approved petition? 2. Will my old employer be able to withdraw my old extension case with RFE? Please share your suggestions.
  2. This rule is only for cap subject petitions that go through lottery process.
  3. Hema Reddy

    Part time work when on H1-B

    Its illegal, though your fee is paid in cash. Stop it immediately.
  4. Hema Reddy

    Travel while H1B NOIR with valid Visa

    You should be good if either the decision is not made or the decision is in your favor by the time you return. What is the reason for NOIR? Do you work in EVC model?
  5. Hi, My H1B extension was denied in Feb 2018 and my employer applied for MTR in March 2018. Yesterday, my denied H1B case status was updated to "Case Was Reopened For Reconsideration" with the following description. On January 14, 2019, we reopened your Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker, Receipt Number EAC17XXXXXXX, and are reconsidering our earlier decision. We sent you a notice that describes how we will process your case. Please follow the instructions in the notice. If you do not receive your notice by February 13, 2019, please go to www.uscis.gov/e-request to request a copy of the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address However, my MTR (I-290B) case status still shows "Case Was Received". How can I understand this? Any help is highly appreciated.
  6. Hema Reddy

    H1B to EAD to H1B/EAD

    Your H1 status can start any time before Jan 2023.
  7. Hema Reddy

    New H1B after 6 years

    No. You have to be out of USA for at least 365 days before applying a new H1-B visa. If you go out of USA before March 31st, then your employer can apply for a new H1B in April 2020.
  8. Hema Reddy

    H1B Extension - CAP Exemption- H4 COS

    1. Yes, this will be cap exempt 2. Yes, you can 3. Your petition will be approved in consular processing. Your employer should file another H1B petition with COS.
  9. Hema Reddy

    H4 + H1B Is there max out at 6 years?

    Your wife is good to work on H1-B for 4 more years. Your daughter can stay with her as her dependent (H4) as long as ur wife stays in USA.
  10. Hema Reddy

    H1B Transfer Denied

    When is ur I-94 expired?
  11. Company B can file an cap-exempt H1B petition for you anytime within next 6 years. No need to go through lottery.
  12. Hema Reddy

    60 Days Starts from ?

    It starts from the next day of your last working day with your employer
  13. Hema Reddy

    H1 Transfer without having visa from current company

    stamping is irrelevant. You can transfer your H1-B to company D.
  14. Hema Reddy

    Cooling period question

    yes. you vabe 4 more years on your H1 remaining now.
  15. Hema Reddy

    H1 - Transfer denied - Available Options?

    You need not go through lottary process. You will be cap exempt.