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  1. Srinivasan76

    Notice period? Sure!

    Thank you, that clarified my doubt. I sincerely appreciate your help!
  2. Srinivasan76

    Notice period? Sure!

    I am on H1B, and considering leaving my employer to join another company. I dug out my current employment contract and it says "...shall provide 2 weeks' notice..." The employment contract was signed in India. How the heck am I supposed to provide 2 weeks' notice on a H1? They will revoke my visa immediately! Is this enforceable in the US under US laws?
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    Notice period? Sure!

    Thank you for your response. But how can I work for my old employer for 2 weeks AFTER my H1B has been successfully transferred to another employer through premium processing? My understanding: the moment the USCIS issues a receipt notice for a H1B transfer - not the APPROVAL notice, just the RECEIPT notice - the employee becomes eligible to work for the new employer, and cannot work any longer for the old/original employer. Please correct me if I am wrong.
  4. Srinivasan76

    Past Lawsuit and H1B Stamping

    When I was last in the US in 2013, I had to rush back home due to my mother's illness. I could not properly close the lease agreement for my apartment. Subsequently, I got sued. I paid the claim amount from India and the suit was dismissed "with prejudice". Now I am going for my H1B stamping. Will this past / settled lawsuit affect my chances due to a negative assessment of my background?
  5. I am in India. My company recently obtained a German Schengen Business visa, intending to use it to transfer me to Poland for a series of meetings there. My company claimed it was OK to get a German Schengen visa and travel on to Poland because they are all Schengen states. Unfortunately, I was denied boarding at the airport. The next day, the German Consulate called me in and canceled my visa, saying: 1) The conditions and arrangements of your stay were not reliable, 2) The embassy was made aware your primary destination was not Germany. More than my business travel, I am worried about my upcoming H1B stamping visit to the US consulate. How much of a trouble is this incident, and the visa cancellation on my passport, likely to cause? Will I be held to be a suspicious individual who has a history of visa abuse/fraud, though the business visa paperwork was provided to me by my company? What kind of additional paperwork, if any, should I prepare for the H1B stamping? Thanks for your advice! Best Regards Srini
  6. Any advice? My stamping is upcoming next month.
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