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omkumar

H1B still no answer and not even RFE

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Dear Experts !!

My Second H1b is in regular processing since September 2018 and no RFE as of now and worried about it. 

1. If incase it gets rejected, will i be able to apply another h1b immediately even though my i-94 expired because of long h1b processing times?

2. Should i take admission in school as a back up just incase if something happens ?

Thanks in advance for all your answers !! 

Regards

OM

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19 hours ago, omkumar said:

Dear Experts !!

My Second H1b is in regular processing since September 2018 and no RFE as of now and worried about it. 

1. If incase it gets rejected, will i be able to apply another h1b immediately even though my i-94 expired because of long h1b processing times?

2. Should i take admission in school as a back up just incase if something happens ?

Thanks in advance for all your answers !! 

Regards

OM

Premium Processing is resumed for all h1B categories since March 12. You can upgrade to Premium processing. 

Is your H1 extension at California service center? If so, its current processing time is 12-13 months. Highly recommended to upgrade!

below is the processing timelines link(Select I-129)

https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/home

 

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Forget about admission at a school. First, real universities have application deadlines, second, it takes months to get admitted.

Signing up with a fraud school would only make things waaay worse for you.

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Taking admission in school is only an option if you spend the many months it takes to get admitted to a reputable university, AND if you intend to study until a degree obtained. School is NOT an option just as a way to remain in the US. Do you know why there are such long USCIS processing times?  In many ways due to the frivolous change of status attempts like the one you talk about.

If the H1 is denied and the i94 expired, the US govt wants you to leave the country. 

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