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Hi All,
Need your advice on my situation below:
  • I moved to US in Sept 2011 on L1B with X Company
  • COS to H1B in 2015 Nov with another consulting firm  - Company Y
  • I140 approved in Jan 2018
  • Visited India in Nov 2018 after extension got approved (EVC model)
  • 221G in Hyderabad consulate, submitted LCA/Client and Vendor Letters
  • Realized that I submitted an old letter, sent the updated one as well immediately
  • DOS reached out to the client with the old letter and they said it was expired
  • No update after that, client rolled me off as there was no update on the Visa
  • Joined Company X again in July 2019
  • Denied Business Visa in August (Mumbai)
  • Withdrew the Visa application with US consulate in Aug 2019
  • Petition with company Y was sent for USCIS review in Sept 2019
  • H1B transfer approved in Dec 2019 with company X.
  • Visa appointment in Feb 2020- 221G again - asked for the documentation regarding visa application from company Y. Told that all documentation was provided by Company Y
  • no update since, they didn't reach out to new client as well.
Can any one advice on what are the chances for approval here?
Is there anything I can do to clear the previous petition ?
What happens if petition with Company Y is given NOIR or NOID?
Is there a chance I can apply for L1 with Company X
 
Thanks in Advance.

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Can any one advice on what are the chances for approval here? - we cannot say for sure. But high risk level.
Is there anything I can do to clear the previous petition ? - NOPE. If they ask you for more evidence you need to provide them.
What happens if petition with Company Y is given NOIR or NOID? - New employer new petition.
Is there a chance I can apply for L1 with Company X
- I do not know. Your profile already had remarks regarding your H1B trial. They may feel your intensions for  migration.

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17 hours ago, gopalakrishnach said:
Can any one advice on what are the chances for approval here? - we cannot say for sure. But high risk level.
Is there anything I can do to clear the previous petition ? - NOPE. If they ask you for more evidence you need to provide them.
What happens if petition with Company Y is given NOIR or NOID? - New employer new petition.
Is there a chance I can apply for L1 with Company X
- I do not know. Your profile already had remarks regarding your H1B trial. They may feel your intensions for  migration.

Thank you. I spoke to an attorney and they suggested that if we can get closure on the petition which was sent back to USCIS for Y company, new visa application from X company can be approved as this is a new one and is valid too. What do you think of the approach of an Attorney reaching out to USCIS on my behalf for them to take a decision on petition with company Y ?

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Can any one advice on what are the chances for approval here? Depends PURELY on your luck, nobody can guess
Is there anything I can do to clear the previous petition ? As your rolled off from client, that visa will get denied.
What happens if petition with Company Y is given NOIR or NOID? NOIR means Notice of Intention to REVOKE the visa
Is there a chance I can apply for L1 with Company X - Again depends on your LUCK and X company decision.

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In your case, there is potential fraud / misrepresentation if the consulate has misunderstood the document submitted originally. It would have helped if the client clarified that they issued a subsequently dated letter confirming the project. If they haven’t done that, then, there is a potential issue. It is best that you discuss your case with an experienced Immigration Attorney. If you need help, you may reach us on info@murthyindia.com.

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