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Sarah1perm

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  1. based on analyze here are the option which I come to know

    1) Recapture days stayed outside US (if any) via H1 extension

    2) Move from H1 to H4 if your spouse working in US

    3) Move out to home country and work as a contractor to your employer with some consulting firm

    Even if you end up leaving the US country due to max out, this will not impact the I140 and H1 extension process.

    4) Moving to B1/B2 visa but you cannot work. I guess this take lot of time for approval for moving in/out of B visa (not sure).

    5) If employer ready to apply Canada work permit and move to Canada and work. Again it take lot of time to get approval I guess.

    There is whatsapp group for PD-Sept-2020. Also track the perm process in ********. 


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    My employer filed PERM in Sept-2020, I’m not sure will I get the approved PERM, I-140 and H1 extension before the 6 years max out in March-2021.

    Currently US immigration processing June-2020 PERM application as of Nov 30th 2020.3)   

    My employer is US based company do not have office or branch in India (home country).

    1)    If I have to leave US and work from home country, will my employer able to run the US payroll legally for me until I get the approved PREM, I-140 & H1 extensions.

    2)    If incase my employer cannot run the US payroll for my remote working from home country. What are the options my employer have to keep me in the on-going work?

    3) If my employer cannot run the US payroll for my remote working from India (or home country), will this have any issue while filling the I-140 and H1 extension due to missing recent payslip after my 6 year max out period.

    Thanks
    Sara

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