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Thread: H1B to H4 After 6 years

  1. #1
    Guest
    I have only few months left for 6 years on my H1B visa. I didn't apply for GC labor
    certification anywhere. My spouse is also on H1B visa. But she has couple of years left
    on her H1B. She also applied for GC labor certification one year ago. Here is my
    question. Can I change my status to H4 under her H1B, once I am done with my H1B visa 6
    years qota? If your answer is NO, What are the other options do I have? Please clarify me.

    Thanks,

  2. #2
    Yes, you can change your status to H4. In addition to that you can also then apply for AOS.
    Good luck.

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