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Sarath Chandra Bollineni

H1B Extension - Only 1 week remaining for 240 Days Period

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  Hi,

I applied for an extension on 08/05/2019 in normal processing, then I received a RFE on 12/30/2019. I have replied for that RFE in the premium process on 03/05/2020. Again for that, I got 2nd RFE on 03/17/2020. But my I94 expired on 08/18/2019. 

  • For how many days can I work, as I am waiting for the response from USCIS.

Please help me on this topic.

Thanks in advance.

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2 hours ago, User099 said:

240 days from your I94 expiry date.

So after 240 days from my I94 expiry date, I can't work over here? But, I am following with USCIS for my RFE right? Won't they include that time?

And is there any written notification from USCIS to me or my employer?

Please let me know. Thanks in advance.

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3 hours ago, gopalakrishnach said:

But my I94 expired on 08/18/2019 -- I maybe wrong I guess 240 days after your expiry...

Thank you, Gopala Krishna.

Okay, it takes 240 days after expiry, then either I or my employer will get the written communication from the USCIS? 

Please let me know. Thanks in advance.

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On 3/26/2020 at 12:35 PM, Sarath Chandra Bollineni said:

Thank you, Gopala Krishna.

Okay, it takes 240 days after expiry, then either I or my employer will get the written communication from the USCIS? 

Please let me know. Thanks in advance.

I am not good at immigration details. Your employer/immigration attorney will help you...

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On 3/26/2020 at 3:25 PM, Sarath Chandra Bollineni said:

So after 240 days from my I94 expiry date, I can't work over here? But, I am following with USCIS for my RFE right? Won't they include that time?

And is there any written notification from USCIS to me or my employer?

Please let me know. Thanks in advance.

What is the written notification for?

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In such situations it is often helpful to speak with an immigration lawyer who can evaluate a person's situation to provide advice on how to deal with a situation.

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