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Thread: I-94

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    My I-94 is stamped with expiration date of November 15, 2004 when I entered last year.

    I've a new H1B Visa now, with the VISA( approved petition) expiring on June 30, 2004,thats end of my six year h1-b.

    The new I-94 is not stamped yet.

    I assume that I'll be legally allowed to stay in this country till November 15, 2004, but not work after June 30, 2004, even though I haven't filed for GC or a 7th year extension. Is this right and would it cause any problems in near future?

  2. #2
    My I-94 is stamped with expiration date of November 15, 2004 when I entered last year.

    I've a new H1B Visa now, with the VISA( approved petition) expiring on June 30, 2004,thats end of my six year h1-b.

    The new I-94 is not stamped yet.

    I assume that I'll be legally allowed to stay in this country till November 15, 2004, but not work after June 30, 2004, even though I haven't filed for GC or a 7th year extension. Is this right and would it cause any problems in near future?

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