H1B Change of Employer Petitions in Topic of the Week Posted December 12, 2019 · Report reply On 12/8/2019 at 10:11 PM, SEN_11 said: Hi, I landed in the USA on Feb 1st, 2015 through Employer A. On June 15th, 2015 I quit the job from Employer A and joined immediately in Employer B. My first H1B Extension got approved till Jan 31st, 2021 with i94 with Employer B. On Nov 26th, 2018 I transferred to another company Employer C (Current Employer) where I submitted my H1B Transfer. Immediately, Employer B revoked my previously approved H1B extension. My H1B Transfer with the current employer is now denied on Dec 2nd, 2019. Questions: 1. After my H1B transfer denial, how long can I stay in the US, Am I eligible for the 60 day grace period? Or any other grace time to exit out of the country? 2. When are my ‘out-of-status’ starts, from denial date or after any grace period? 3. Recently I got a job in another company Employer D, now can I submit an H1B extension or Transfer with this new Employer being in the United States. Can I continue to stay in the US or should my new employer can apply only when I move out of the country? 4. If I can stay in the US for 60 days and once the H1B with my new employer is also approved, can I get a Canada visa and go there and get the H1B stamping done. 5. After I get my H1B receipt number, can I start to work with my new employer? If yes, is stamping Mandatory after my petition approved? 6. My previous employer revoked my H1B extension as soon as I transferred to my current employer. Now as my current H1B transfer has denied, is that the previously approved I94 still valid or it's expired? 7. My spouse is employed in the US with a valid H1B visa, can I continue to stay in the US and apply dependent visa ‘I-539’ immediately. Or should I move out of the country? 8. Can I continue to stay in the US with my H4 receipt? 9. Has my current H1B Transfer petition is denied, can I apply for Canada visa and get H4 stamping done. 10. After I get my H4 dependent visa, can I immediately apply for an H1B extension with a new employer? Generally, you should be able to use the H1B grace period, however due to the specific and personal nature of your questions and situation, you should call our office to speak with one of our attorneys regarding this matter.