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    HI ,
    I need help on understanding the 6 years of h1B Visa

    I got a h1B visa approval in Oct 2009 thru Employer A
    Got my Visa Stamped on 28th May 2010 due to administrative processing 221g
    entry into USA 3rd June 2010 .

    I 94 expiry on 11th Sept 2012

    Changed to 2nd employer in 2012 and got new I94 Extension until 20th Oct 2014
    unfortunately 2nd employer sold business to 3rd employer and they have field for Visa Transfer (under RFE) and Extension

    All this while my client is the same . Now my client wants to hire me but their immigration department mentions that I have no extensions left, which I feel is wrong as I have one full year
    of H1B extension remaining .

    can any one help explain this understanding of mine or is the immigration department right of the client.

    Please help as this will cause me to loose a great opportunity.


    regards,

    Aspboomer

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    Originally posted by aspboomer View Post
    HI ,
    I need help on understanding the 6 years of h1B Visa

    I got a h1B visa approval in Oct 2009 thru Employer A
    Got my Visa Stamped on 28th May 2010 due to administrative processing 221g
    entry into USA 3rd June 2010 .

    I 94 expiry on 11th Sept 2012

    Changed to 2nd employer in 2012 and got new I94 Extension until 20th Oct 2014
    unfortunately 2nd employer sold business to 3rd employer and they have field for Visa Transfer (under RFE) and Extension

    All this while my client is the same . Now my client wants to hire me but their immigration department mentions that I have no extensions left, which I feel is wrong as I have one full year
    of H1B extension remaining .

    can any one help explain this understanding of mine or is the immigration department right of the client.

    Please help as this will cause me to loose a great opportunity.


    regards,

    Aspboomer
    If you have not spent 6 Years on H1 in US, then time is remaining.

    This is my opinion not legal advice.

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