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  • immihelp
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    H1B Visa Sponsors

    Please look at the completely updated section of H1B visa sponsors at http://www.immihelp.com/h1b-visa-sponsors/

  • AmilShah
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    Hi,

    I initiated H1B transfer process with two employers A and B recently. Employer A filed premium processing and the other employer B has filed regular processing. I got approval with the employer A who filed premium processing whereas the other employer B just submitted petition to USCIS. Here are my questions:
    1) Since the transfer has completed from my previous employer to A, I am inclined to start with Employer A. What are the outcomes for the Employer B regular processing? Will the transfer get approved or they would need to file again from Employer A to B?
    2) Since the Employer B has filed regular processing, I am not sure when the approval would come. So should I just start working for Employer A and decline offer from Employer B?
    3) How I can politely refuse offer from Employer B citing immigration situation of already approved notice from Employer A.

    Please help.

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  • suee
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    Need advice please!

    I am on H1b visa and my American employer is willing to sponsor me and my family on the green card process. My employer is strong with good income but I am the only employee in the company. The company has an affiliate in Europe where it employs 35 people but that runs under another company.

    My question is, how much chance do we have for the success of the green card process with my employer having me as the only employee!?

    Can this fact diminish all the process even if the company can show quiet good income and strong background!?

    Thank you!

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  • Chellukumar
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    Subject : F1 - Initial OPT to H4.

    Hi

    I am currently working on H1B, My extension is in progress (received RFE), My Spouse is on F1 - Initial OPT (Expiring on Feb 2020) and currently in First trimester.
    We are planning to convert F1 to H4, Can you please suggest if this is a good option and if yes how we can/should proceed for the same ?

    She has initial H4 visa on her passport but not stamped (expired on Jan 2018) as she came to US on F1 Visa for studies.

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  • spacevisitor
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    good expert opinions

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  • NRIWAY
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    Visa Approval Status

    Originally posted by shashank17hn View Post
    Hello

    My H1 visa transfer got approved from company A to company B. My new visa start date is 7 Jan 2019. So here are my questions
    1) After the stamping is done. Can I enter the US on 5th or 6th Jan which is earlier than the start date (7th jan)?
    2) If I resign company A and they revoke my h1b will I ll be status less. If so then what will be the good time to resign?
    3) What all documents will be required from company B since I ll be having no pay stubs from company B. And its a fulltime position so do I need a client letter or any other important document from the company B?
    4) Do I require any document from company A?

    Thanks

    Shashank
    If your visa effective from 7th Jan and you start your journey on 5th Jan, then if you reach at 7th Jan or after it would be OK.
    Last edited by samlynn; 01-24-2019, 05:54 PM.

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  • shashank17hn
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    Need Help Regarding H1 Stamping

    Hello

    My H1 visa transfer got approved from company A to company B. My new visa start date is 7 Jan 2019. So here are my questions
    1) After the stamping is done. Can I enter the US on 5th or 6th Jan which is earlier than the start date (7th jan)?
    2) If I resign company A and they revoke my h1b will I ll be status less. If so then what will be the good time to resign?
    3) What all documents will be required from company B since I ll be having no pay stubs from company B. And its a fulltime position so do I need a client letter or any other important document from the company B?
    4) Do I require any document from company A?

    Thanks

    Shashank

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  • satrece
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    H1 transfer during H1 extn is pending with USICS

    My current H1 visa expired at Nov 30th 2018 with employer A. Filed extension on Nov 15th 2018 by employer A and got receipt notice which is pending for decision with USICS (Applied through normal processing). During filing extn Employer A has filed client letter for two months only. Please suggest is it legal to switch job (employer B)? Also is it good decision?

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  • Sanjeev_123
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    Can someone please help me with the query below:

    Hi,

    I need an urgent help with a query related to fresh H1 B Visa Cap for 2019-20. If a person have existing H1B and is currently it is in extension process (only for one year it can be extended and remaining has been already used and currently it is in RFE status).

    Can he or his company apply for fresh/new H1B visa for 2019-20 cap?

    Please check and let me know it?s very urgent.

    Thanks
    Sanjeev

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  • Adit Sanghvi
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    Withdraw H1-B Petition for Nonprofit

    Hi,
    Can I switch companies while my H1-B status is approved (but not started yet) with cap-exempt companies?


    I am currently working on OPT status for nonprofit, with STEM extension available. OPT is expiring in July.
    My employer wants to file nonprofit H1-B, with start date of July. They are not going to do STEM extension. I want to get for-profit H1-B , so I am looking to switch.

    Can I let them apply for the H1-B, and when I get another offer from another company (before July) file for STEM extension and switch to that company? Can they revoke this petition as I am no longer their employee or is my status stuck???
    Am I locked if they file for H1-B (while still on OPT status)?

    Thanks!!!
    Last edited by Adit Sanghvi; 04-30-2018, 02:25 PM.

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  • FrancisJacobGreene
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    Originally posted by s22d09 View Post
    I am currently on my STEM-OPT. My current employer (Company A) has filed for my H1B this April. However, I received an offer from Company B, just a week after Company A filed for my H1B for 2019. I am guessing it is too late for Company B to file for my H1B as it is already passed the filing date for the 2019 H1B filing. So I wanted to know what my options are.

    A) Do I need to wait to find out what my H1B result is with Company A before I can move to Company B?
    B) How soon can I join Company B?
    C) If my visa gets approved on behalf of Company A, is there a minimum period that I need to work for them before I can switch to Company B? (6o days or something) If so, will those 60 days be counted from the end of May when I get to know my result, or from October 1st?
    D) Is there any way for me to join Company B asap and have them apply for my H1B even though it is already past the April 2nd filing date? What possible options do I have for joining Company B as soon as possible?

    You should wait until you know whether your H-1B petition with Company A has been selected under the cap. If it has been, you would best served to wait until after October 1 before changing companies. If you leave before that, Company A could withdraw your H-1B petition, and you'll lose it. Once October comes and you're in H-1B status, wait a few pay cycles so that you once a new employer files a change of employer H-1B petition for you, you'll be able to prove to USCIS that you have been working in H-1B status and are therefore eligible to "port" to a new employer under AC21. Porting will allow you to start with a new employer once they file a change of employer H-1B petition with USCIS. I know this is probably not what you were hoping to hear, but your best strategy for keeping your H-1B petition is to work for a month or so in H-1B status before changing employers. You might only get selected under the H cap once, so why risk it? The H-1B cap has already been hit, so it's too late for a new employer to file a cap-subject petition.

    If your H-1B petition is not selected under the cap, then you can switch employers now. Your new employer will want to know how much time you have left on your OPT and whether you're eligible for the STEM extension.

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  • s22d09
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    Can I join Company B while Company A files for my H1B petition?

    I am currently on my STEM-OPT. My current employer (Company A) has filed for my H1B this April. However, I received an offer from Company B, just a week after Company A filed for my H1B for 2019. I am guessing it is too late for Company B to file for my H1B as it is already passed the filing date for the 2019 H1B filing. So I wanted to know what my options are.

    A) Do I need to wait to find out what my H1B result is with Company A before I can move to Company B?
    B) How soon can I join Company B?
    C) If my visa gets approved on behalf of Company A, is there a minimum period that I need to work for them before I can switch to Company B? (6o days or something) If so, will those 60 days be counted from the end of May when I get to know my result, or from October 1st?
    D) Is there any way for me to join Company B asap and have them apply for my H1B even though it is already past the April 2nd filing date? What possible options do I have for joining Company B as soon as possible?

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  • arianaa30
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    H1B grace period is ending and stressed out

    I only have 20 days left for my 60 day grace period and no offer yet. I am a PhD holder! How can I find an easy H1B sponsor? Can I work for a restaurant, walmart, etc. ?? Anything comes into mind? Tips and tricks?
    Please HELP.

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  • Info4Visa
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    Originally posted by Ratchi View Post
    Hi,

    I have received my H1B in 2017 with X company and it started from Oct 2017 and in Feb 2018 i had a new opportunity and changed to a new employer Y by filing visa transfer.

    Now its been only a month and my old employer wants me back and negotiations went well and now i want to move back to my old employer.

    Is it possible to move back ? should my old employer file a transfer again ? How long should i wait before another transfer ?

    Thanks



    Hi

    You can get it transferred as many times and in as short span of time as any H1b Wants, there is no restrictions of any kind.
    Hope it will help you.

    Thanks

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  • Ratchi
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    Need info on H1 Transfer

    Hi,

    I have received my H1B in 2017 with X company and it started from Oct 2017 and in Feb 2018 i had a new opportunity and changed to a new employer Y by filing visa transfer.

    Now its been only a month and my old employer wants me back and negotiations went well and now i want to move back to my old employer.

    Is it possible to move back ? should my old employer file a transfer again ? How long should i wait before another transfer ?

    Thanks

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