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Need for I-539 filing for dependents in case of I129 revocation by previous employer

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Recently my previous employer revoked my I-129 petition. However, I have a valid (until 3/5/2020), approved I-797 petition with my current employer. And my previous employer had filed I-539 for my dependents that has validity until 9/15/2019. When I moved to the new employer, we did not file I-539 for dependents. Now that my previous employer revoked the I-129 petition, will it impact my dependents? Do I need to file a fresh I-539 for my dependents? We have a travel plan to India by the end of this year and our H-1B visa has expired recently. Can you please suggest. Thanks.

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H4 status is NOT Employer related. You need not do anything. During your visit you will need the H1 visa and they will need the H4 visa. When you return the I94 for all of you should be till 3/5/2020 assuming your passport does not expire before than.

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