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    Travel after employer change

    I changed from employer A to B on October 1(H1B approved). This is my 7th year on H1B, I have i140 with my employer A, and the same priority date can be used to file my i140 by employer B. Employer B did not start the Perm labor process yet. Is it OK/safe to travel to India for one month (sisters wedding). My H1B approval is till June30th 2019. Please advice.
  2. mars001

    Travel after changing employer

    I changed from employer A to B on October 1(H1B approved). This is my 7th year on H1B, I have i140 with my employer A, and the same priority date can be used to file my i140 by employer B. Employer B did not start the Perm labor process yet. Is it OK/safe to travel to India for one month (sisters wedding). My H1B approval is till June 30th 2019. Please advice.
  3. Thank you for your responses. Yes, TCS started to file EB2/EB3 recently and yes they do it in bulk once or twice a year. I already have an approved i140 with my current employer and not sure if doing the process all over again with TCS is worth at this time considering that I have to file for my H1B extension soon. However my contracting with TCS will end if I do not take this fulltime opportunity and I will have to look for a new job and then file for my H1B extension.
  4. I have been working with TCS (since 2010) as a contractor at a client site where TCS is implementing partner to a US Firm. I got a Full time opportunity at TCS and trying to understand the approval rate for GC/Perm and H1B. I am in the 6th year of my H1B and will have to file an extension soon. TCS did confirm that they will file for my H1B extension and apply for my GC/Perm. Would like to know how the situation is out there for TCS filings and is it worth to grab the fulltime opportunity or stay in contracting. Thank you!
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