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Hari babu Aluri

H1B approved - options working at USA

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Hi,

My H1B Work Permit case filed from Indian IT employer and it  got approved for the year 2018-19. Unfortunately, there are no current demands at the US location where my case was filed and employer is not willing to process stamping and not ready to handover I-797 B form as well. In my current situation, please suggest the options available to work at USA either from current employer or with new employer. Kindly help.

 

Regards,

Haribabu

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That H1 is gone. Find a better employer for next year.

 

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Somehow I feel your employer is doing a favor by not doing your stamping and also not giving you I-797B form since the demand at US location for which  your case was applied is no longer available/valid. Even if you go to visa stamping by some mean you will get into trouble. So find new employer do H1B transfer/apply new..

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On 4/6/2019 at 4:40 AM, rohit369 said:

Check this out to get a copy of your already approved H1 petition - https://www.uscis.gov/g-639

Once you have it, find a new employer who can process the H1 transfer and come on that petition & visa.

You cannot a H1B transfer without working for the original petitioner. This the Op's first H1B I presume, so he needs to fine a new cap-subject petition next year with a different employer. This H1 is now gone, there is nothing to transfer.

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On 4/5/2019 at 2:10 PM, rohit369 said:

Check this out to get a copy of your already approved H1 petition - https://www.uscis.gov/g-639

Once you have it, find a new employer who can process the H1 transfer and come on that petition & visa.

Nowadays, unless the person starts working for the original H1 employer (or at least gets the H1 visa) the person is not considered counted for the quota, so a transfer is not possible. As I said earlier, that H1 is gone.

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