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    my labor certification has been revoked due to my job termination.

    i have been under h1b more than six years and because there is no labor cert. pending i can't extend it with another job.

    One option is to leave for 12 months and start a fresh h1b clock prior to January 2005, when my i-94 expires.

    any ideas as to what other options i have to legally be present here? the reason i need to stay here is a USC 5-year-old daughter who lives with her non-immigrant mother.

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    my labor certification has been revoked due to my job termination.

    i have been under h1b more than six years and because there is no labor cert. pending i can't extend it with another job.

    One option is to leave for 12 months and start a fresh h1b clock prior to January 2005, when my i-94 expires.

    any ideas as to what other options i have to legally be present here? the reason i need to stay here is a USC 5-year-old daughter who lives with her non-immigrant mother.

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    • #3
      J-1, F-1, B1/2, L, O visas??

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      • #4
        thank you Lucy for replying.
        can i change status to one of those visas you mentioned especially the tourist one without going outside the US?

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        • #5
          You wouldn't be able to get an L visa as a) you obviously don't currently work for a multinational company outside the USA and b) I believe that the time accrued in H-1 status has to also be applied to an L-1 status.
          I also believe that you are now currently out of status as your job has finished, and although you have 6 months to leave before any problems begin, you will have to leave the US to get any new visa.

          People feel free to correct me on this.

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          • #6
            Sorry about the L visa note. I was just thinking - work visa... I do not know about a change of status from H1, so I can't help you on that one. Seems if you were in status right now, you could go for a change of status as opposed to leaving the U.S. and getting a visa.

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