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L1B questionnaire Help
Hi,

I need some support\help in preparing the answers for L1B questionnaire.

Can anyone guide me, how it should be.

Thanks
Vijay R
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L1A extension
Anyone waiting for USCIS decision on L1 A individual extension from CA service center ? Any idea how much is the average time they are taking ? Any information will be useful.
Thanks !
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LI VISA
Is there anyone here who recently petitioned for L1 visa for an employee? I'm in the process of petitioning for an employee and I need a recommendation for an L visa attorney. Thank you
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L1A Extension + L2 EAD Extension of spouse
Hello – We’ve been in US for ~ 2.5 years now. I’m on L1A visa with a petition end date of 09/19. My wife is on L2 and working with het L2 EAD too valid until 09/19. We were supposed to go to Mexico for our L1A Blanket stamping on 03/31 however due to COVID we couldn’t. I have now taken dates of 05/26. This too is contingent to the fact that US-Mexico borders open by then and the consulate in Mexico becomes fully functional. If that happens, both of us should have a valid visa and I can apply for my wife’s EAD extension and she can possibly hope to get it by September [ 3 months to be very optimistic].
However, If Mexico is not an option, my Organization would apply for an extension of EAD, L1 and L2 visas concurrently from US. With premium not being an option these days, the extension could come thru in ~ 4-5 months and so would EAD.
The benefit of going to Mexico is that the rejection rates of L1A there are possibly less. I wanted to seek help from this group as to what would be the best option for me in this situation. Has there been a decrease in rejections on L1A extensions that’s been observed lately? Also, with USCIS being close-down – could this potentially delay further the extension processes. Any guidance would be much appreciated.
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L2 EAD Renewal with i94 receipt number
Hi,

I'm on L1B, I-94 is valid till October 2020 and L1B Petition (I-129) had expired recently.
And my spouse's L2 EAD, i94 had expired recently.

My company had applied for my spouse I-94 extension and I had received a letter from USCIS with the I-94 extension receipt number.

Is it possible to apply for L2 EAD with the I-94 extension receipt number ?

Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
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L1B visa appointment in Vancouver
Hi friends,
I have my L1B visa appointment scheduled on may 14 2020 in Vancouver embassy. My current status still says attend appointment. Due to the ongoing COVID situation is the embassy actually conducting non immigrant visa interviews ? If not , at what point does the embassy notify that visa appointment is cancelled ?
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Regarding current immigrant suspension
Hi,

I have valid L1A starting Feb but thought to postpone travel due to pandemic, I saw recent announcement of temporary halt of immigration to USA.

Does that me, holding non immigrant visa - can not travel to USA?
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Change of status from l1b to h4
Currently am in L1B. My Visa is expired and having valid I-94

My husband is working in H1B visa.
Is it possible to do change of status from L1B to h4 as a dependent under my husband's visa(my Visa expired)

If yes, when should I stop working from my current company?

Pls share your thoughts
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Visa status due to COVID-19
Hey Guys,

I hope you all are safe and healthy.

I just wanted to get some insight on the visa status for those people whose visa was approved right before the world has been locked down but are unable to travel due to the pandemic. My L1-B visa was approved at the Chennai Consulate on February 11th and I was supposed to travel to US on March 15th, but my company decided to push my start date to avoid all unnecessary chaos and for my safety. Although, my visa is valid till November 2022, I am (like some of the other people out there) unable to travel at this point and might stay in India for a couple more weeks or months or however long the lockdown continues.

So, my question to you all is, what happens to the days I was not in the US? Will they cancel my visa for the days I was not in the US and extend my visa validity for the number of days I wasn't there? Or my visa validity is going to remain as is? Can someone shed some light on this please?

Thanks!
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L1B Blanket visa @ US Consulate London
Hi Everyone,

                    First of all thanks to all authors who have shared their experience on this portal which has helped me a lot in my Visa interview preparation also special thanks to immihelp for maintaining this portal. Now here come my part to share my experience with you guys . I had my L1B blanket interview on 20th feb 2020 @ Us Consulate London the interview was scheduled for 8 am so I reach Consulate around 7:15 am there was no rush now here is the list of questions i have been asked

1) Which visa your are applying for?
2)Your specialization?
3) How many total year of experience with the company?
4)Have you been on H1B visa earlier?
5)Whats your current pacakge?
6) Roles & responsibilities?

Then VO said golden words your visa approved & got my stamped passport in 3 days. The important point which i would like to mention is here your confidence & dress(Presentation) plays vital role. Wish you good Luck.

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