Can I receive my salary from previous employer after moving to a new employer on H1


sra123

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Hello

I've moved to a new employer last month on H1B - the new petetion is approved and all the process is legal.

My previous employer owes me some money, and he said as and when he receives from the client whom I worked for, he would pay me. He paid all the regular semi-monthly salaries till now.
Now, 3 month payments from my prev client is pending, and that would be paid to my employer in 3 installments, month after month. And my employer said he would run the paystub as and when he receives the amount.

He ran the paystub last week (saying i worked for 80 hrs during the 15 day period) and paid me. He'll do the same going forward till all the money is received by him and my account is settled.
Is it legal to get paystub from the previous company after the h1 is transferred to a new company and start receiving salary from new company?

I guess 1 time settlement usually happens after a long time, but in my case, multiple setllements would happen in the next 3 months.
Any idea?

Thanks
Sri

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7 hours ago, satish.sap970 said:

Yes as long as it is taxable with the dates mentioned on the payroll which you have worked it should be fine.

Hi

 

The payslips contain the dates for the current month - which obviously i'm not working for my employer - as I've started working for my new employer since a month now.

Yes, the salary is tax deducted - just like a regular pay slip. Will it be a problem?

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On 11/9/2016 at 8:49 PM, sra123 said:

Hi

 

The payslips contain the dates for the current month - which obviously i'm not working for my employer - as I've started working for my new employer since a month now.

Yes, the salary is tax deducted - just like a regular pay slip. Will it be a problem?

You are fine , u are getting  paid for the work u did in past that is completely acceptable 

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