H1B Transfer Denied on B but have vaild i94 on A


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Entered US to work for company A on H1B with visa & I-94 valid till Sep-2016, later got a good offer from Company B. Based on the forum I came know that I can come and join with company A if my H1 transfer is denied. So informed to company A due personal reason I'm going the my Home country(As I know if my case is denied I can switch back to company A and also they hold my two paycheck amount with them)
 
Company B initiated H1B transfer with premium process and I started work for Company B's client on receipt notice. RFE received and was responded. three days back the status shows, there has been a denial decision on the transfer case and yet to receive the reason.
 
Joined good offer from Company B and they initiated a H1B transfer with Premium and started working from 1-Jan-2016 to 19-Apr-2016 for Company B's client on receipt notice. RFE received on Mid Jan-2016 and was responded for RFE on 7-Apr-2016 and 19-Apr-2016 status shows as denial decision on the transfer case because of Educational evaluation certificate is not sufficient. 
 
So now I joined back to Company A stating I got an offer and I'm returning back from Home country. Starting from 20-Apr-2016 I've started working on company A.
 
Questions:
 
1. By Sep-2016 my i94 going to expire and I need to file H1b extension with company A. Is that any issues will come for my extension. Like based on the previous transfer denial it will affect?
2. From Jan-2016 to 19-Apr-2016 my payroll ran from company B which was denied. What should I need to do with that? Can I ask my company A to run the payroll all four months?
3. Can two employer run my payroll simultaneously?
 
 
Experts , Attorney please respond. Your advice would be of great help to get me out of this.
 
Thank you.
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You can have 2 H-1B at same time. So two companies can run payroll.

 If did not exit US  Jan 2016 to Apr 2016 then company A has to pay you all the time you are inside the country.  If you told employer A that you will be going to home country then they do not have to pay you until you come back.

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You can have 2 H-1B at same time. So two companies can run payroll.

 If did not exit US  Jan 2016 to Apr 2016 then company A has to pay you all the time you are inside the country.  If you told employer A that you will be going to home country then they do not have to pay you until you come back.

H1 b transfer doesn't considered as two H1b. You can not be on two company's pay roll. If you are joining Company B then you have to resign from Company A. 

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So you lied to company A.

When you left company A, they were required by law to inform USCIS so that your H1 would be revoked.

That means the H1 for A is no longer valid.

If A didn't inform USCIS, they would be required to pay you for the time you worked for B.

In other words, your case is pretty screwed up, to a large part because you lied to A.

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H1 b transfer doesn't considered as two H1b. You can not be on two company's pay roll. If you are joining Company B then you have to resign from Company A. 

There is no such thing as H-1B transfer. You can  hold 2 H1B at the same time if they are approved and work for 2 companies.

If OP has lied to company A  about going back to home country then there will be trouble at some point.  Let us get his answer if he cares to respond.

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There is no such thing as H-1B transfer. You can  hold 2 H1B at the same time if they are approved and work for 2 companies.

If OP has lied to company A  about going back to home country then there will be trouble at some point.  Let us get his answer if he cares to respond.

You can never work for 2 companies on H1b unless concurrent H1b is filed. 

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