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KAPA

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  1. I’m an Indian Citizen. I moved to US from Singapore in 2017 with dependents for 'Company A'. In 2018, I moved to ‘Company B’. and H1B was transferred to Company B. My dependents also have received i-797 until April 2021. In Feb 2021 my H1B has got extended until April 2024. However, my dependents have not yet received any approval notice for H4 extension petition. Case still shows as “fingers print taken”. In Dec 2020, my I-140 approved petition with ‘Company B’. Until now, I have not exit US to India or to any other country. So, I have not got VISA stamping in my passport with the new validity dates. The same goes with my daughter who will be joining college in 2023 to do her bachelors. Her Bachelors requires the VISA stamping in her passport or an approved I-797. As I have not received the approved I-797 (pending for 14 months now) for my dependents I'm planning to travel outside US with my daughter to get VISA stamping in the passport. Can I travel with my daughter to Canada or Mexico to get the VISA stamping in mine and her passport? In other words, is it necessary I must go to my ‘Home Country – India in this case’ to get the VISA stamped or can I go out of US to any other country and get my VISA Stamped?
  2. Employer filed green card for their employee (Indian, H1B) and included his spouse and kid as dependents (which included a minor of age 18). When the Kid turned 21, she is at college at age 21 and continue to be in US (have changed to Student Visa). Does it impact the child from being processed for Green Card?
  3. Me and my wife are born in India. While I worked in Indonesia, my two kids are born (Country of Birth, Aged 13 & 6). Now I am working in USA in H1B. If my employer files H1B in EB2 - will my kids counted against Indian Quota or in Indonesian Quota. Will appreciate your response.
  4. I work full time for a employer in H1B. My Employer is based out of California & I work from home at Texas. My LCA shows two address, of which the primary is my employers office address, secondary is my home address which is where I usually work. 1. If I am planning to move from Texas to California where my employer is located and decide not to "work from home" but directly work at employers office address. Do I need to amend H1B or Is it just sufficient to file a change of home address to USCIS? 2. If I am planning to move from Texas to California where my employer is located and decide to "work from home" which is 2-3 miles from the employers office address. Do I need to amend H1B or Is it just sufficient to file a change of home address to USCIS? Will appreciate your response. Thank you.
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