RasTh Posted March 22, 2013 Report Share Posted March 22, 2013 I was employed with company "A" from March 2006 to Feb 2011. I quit "A" in Feb 2011 and moved on to H4. In April 2012, I rejoined company "A" on H1-B. Based on the company's calculations, my H1B was approved until Jan 2013. Since the new H1B period was less than a year, I was asked not to file for GC. Before my new H1B expiration date, I consulted my company and it's law firm to check if H1B can be extended more. At this point, I was told that my previous H1B was revoked in Arpil 2011. And hence I can get an extension upto June 2013. My question is can an employer withhold a H1B revocation letter from it's (ex)employee. I was not informed about my revocation letter when I rejoined "A" in April 2012. If it had been, then I would have got a visa for a year, and I could have filed for a GC. Is there any law/rule specific to revealing or withholding information about H1B revocation letter by an employer? Thanks. Link to comment
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