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Thread: 2 H-1bs

  1. #1
    Guest
    HI,

    I filed a regular H1-b in Ca 4 mos. ago and another in the East Coast weeks ago under premium processing.

    I'm assuming that the most recent application will have a INS action soon, so if this latest petition will be disapproved, what will happen to the earlier petition?


    Furthermore, what does the INS mean when they say " they can not grant a change of visa status even if they have a favorable decision on the application/petition"? What action can one resort to?

    Also, if your lawyer filed a couple of days late, beyond the date of visa expiration and if your H-1b were disapproved because of this, what legal remedies can one go to? I've heard of INS appeals board and will they allow you to still pursue your immigration case even if you have technically fallen 'out-of-status'?

    Your replies will be appreciated, thank you in advance

  2. #2
    Guest
    HI,

    I filed a regular H1-b in Ca 4 mos. ago and another in the East Coast weeks ago under premium processing.

    I'm assuming that the most recent application will have a INS action soon, so if this latest petition will be disapproved, what will happen to the earlier petition?


    Furthermore, what does the INS mean when they say " they can not grant a change of visa status even if they have a favorable decision on the application/petition"? What action can one resort to?

    Also, if your lawyer filed a couple of days late, beyond the date of visa expiration and if your H-1b were disapproved because of this, what legal remedies can one go to? I've heard of INS appeals board and will they allow you to still pursue your immigration case even if you have technically fallen 'out-of-status'?

    Your replies will be appreciated, thank you in advance

  3. #3
    look at murthy.com, search the topic "change of status"

    Good luck,
    E.

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