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  1. User099

    H1-B Granted for 3 vs. 1.75 Years

    USCIS may not have realized it now, but they can correct it later. If you have 1.75 years left, then you should leave the country by then or have a I140 approved by then.
  2. I can understand your situation. There is some risk involved with transfering on receipt notice. If the transfer is denied, you will have to leave the country or transfer to an other visa if you have an I94. If the new company has a good history and you feel its safe to transfer on a receipt notice you can do so. Convert to Premium and get a result asap will be better.
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    6th year H1 - perm question

    Best thing you can do is to apply now for her COS to H4 and EAD at the same time. She can work till the H1 expiry and when H4 and EAD are approved she can switch over to H4 and work. Her GC processing can continue while she is on H4.
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    Lost job and an expired I-94

    Even thought you are leaving for good, you should consult an attorney. It will always be on your record as you overstayed and will be difficlt to correct later.
  5. User099

    H1B Transfer - Multiple Companies

    Its better to reapply.
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    H1 - New Executive order

    I was told there are no appointments till 2021, are you seeing anything different?
  7. Yes, since you filed it with an NPT. If NPT is approved she will be put back in status. But you should confirm with the attorney who filed the NPT for you. https://www.murthy.com/2018/02/01/filing-a-nunc-pro-tunc-request-to-reinstate-status-in-the-u-s/
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    2 options available to get married.

    You should consult an attorney. Both options are equally bad, but there might be a way around for you if you take few precautions. Its good to talk to an attorney about those rather than a public forum.
  10. User099

    H1 - New Executive order

    You can apply for visa stamping, but I dont think consulates are issuing visas now. Even if you get a visa stamped now, you can't travel till the ban is lifted.
  11. User099

    H1 - New Executive order

    Ban doesn't doesn't mention that people who are within the US on June 24 can travel out of US to get a new visa and come back in.
  12. No issues, since you traveled and got a visa and came back. You should be able to apply for extension usually.
  13. Its ok as you have filed it with a NPT. Visa status is not tied to medical insurance. You can stay as long as the petition is pending.
  14. I am assuming you work for Emp A for more than 1 year, then a 14 day notice is pretty common. After the transfer is approved give old employer a 14 day notice and you should be good to move to the new employer. If you I140 is approved for more than 180 days, new employer can port the PD.
  15. Your Max out date will still be 6/2021 unless you have a i140 from the new employer by then. Even if you have a I797 till 2022, I don't think its a good idea to stay if you dont have an i140 to back it up. You should consult an attorney.
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