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  1. Thanks everyone for the replies! What is PP? Please excuse for asking, if its a basic thing.
  2. I worked on h1b for almost 3 years, upto 2018 June. After that I had to stop work, and I changed to h4 status. But I have another 3 years of validity remaining on my h1, out of allowed 6 years. However, now I am back again, want to work. But as I spoke to some employers, they mention h1 can not be transferred, as my previous employer would have withdrawn the petition and my h1 visa would be useless. Why? Is that so? Do employers have to revoke/withdraw their petition when h1 employees leave? I know there is no premium processing now due to covid, for h1 transfer/extensions. I am not talking about that. But its about can I utilize my remaining valid years of my h1?
  3. Hi, Thanks for all the replies. " make sure that the company can pay the salary" -- what type of assets/docs/back accs can the company show as a proof? I understand its a question to attorney, but how do companies show this proof in general? especially because its a new LLC and not funded? also its a consulting company. " only start working after your petition is approved" -- thanks for the good advice
  4. Hi, Green card process is started for me with my company. At the time of starting my job title is "Sr. Platform Engineer". However, after 6-8 months after starting, the job titles of most of employees have changed due to some restructuring. Mine is changed to "Software Engineer II". Will this effect my green card process in anyway? Should I let my immigration team know that job title is changed and then it should be reflected in the GC application? Will having a "Sr" Engineer title is better than having a "Jr" title?
  5. Hi, I have worked on h1b visa for 3 years, and then moved to h4 status. Now, I am looking for a job again, however, for my new contract job, if I transfer my h1b visa to an LLC company which is registered only a month ago, can there be any negative consequences like visa not getting approved/transferred? How does USCIS sees h1 transfers to a new company, will it scrutinize more? also with the present situation of getting more rejections in h1 extension/transfer cases. Of course, all the other conditions are met like having real project, client letters etc. My question is more like, I should only transfer my visa to a well established consulting company? Not take risk to transfer to a company just opened?
  6. wisheme

    h1 to h4 then back to h1

    Thank you!
  7. wisheme

    h1 to h4 then back to h1

    Thanks for the info! and for the good wish. somebody really scared me!
  8. wisheme

    h1 to h4 then back to h1

    Hi, I worked on h1 for approx 3 years, upto Apr 2018, I left my job and changed my status to h4. However, I am looking for a job again now, want to know will there be any problems to change status from h4 back to h1? Since I have only worked for 3 years, will my other 3 years of h1 visa will be cap exempt? the new employer can easily transfer h1? Or is it like this: what ever period I have spent on h4, will also be counted against my h1? meaning, are my h1 cap exempt years are also getting expired along with h4? Kindly help.
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    Can h1b start company?

    Hi, I have an understanding that a H1B person can register a company. However, what I want to know is, if H1 starts a company, can the spouse work for that company? (considering spouse also has H1b approved.)
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    green card process

    I have heard multiple opinions, so just wanted to understand more clear. for employment based green cards, will USCIS give more weight for applicants having a US Degree certificate, rather than foreign studies? will the processing be faster for EB3 or EB2 categories, if they have US degree? Could someone clarify.