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Subhash542

Travel India for stamping -Amendment denied.

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Hi,

  I am working for client A and location A . My H1B amendment for this location is denied.

  I have a valid visa till July 2020 and valid petition for the same client A and old location B . So I have to work from my previous location. My visa is stamped till Dec2017,and I need to travel India.
All throughout  my employer  and client is same.

1) Can I travel to india and go for stamping . 
2) Is there any cooling period for re-filing the amendment.
2) Can I re-file amendment  for different location C with the same client A.
4) what are the option I have, if my old location B  is closed.

    What all options do i have ?

Thanks 
Subhash 
 

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19 hours ago, Subhash542 said:

Hi,

  I am working for client A and location A . My H1B amendment for this location is denied.

  I have a valid visa till July 2020 and valid petition for the same client A and old location B . So I have to work from my previous location. My visa is stamped till Dec2017,and I need to travel India.
All throughout  my employer  and client is same.

1) Can I travel to india and go for stamping . 
2) Is there any cooling period for re-filing the amendment.
2) Can I re-file amendment  for different location C with the same client A.
4) what are the option I have, if my old location B  is closed.

    What all options do i have ?

Thanks 
Subhash 
 

I think you need to find out why your amendment got denied. Without knowing the reason stamping is risky. Your employer and attorney can guide you in this case as they know the full details.

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Hello,

Thanks for the response. This is the reason they have mentioned for the denial.

“Offered position does not require bachelor degree.Unable to establish that a bachelor degree or higher in specific speciality is the minimum requirements for the particular position.”

Can  you please advise.

Thanks

Subhash

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