L-1s are controlled by the employer.
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No. L-1B's are employer petitions and can only be addressed by the employer. No one else.
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I agree with the prior answer. It would have to be the company that applies. However, she can still go to an attorney and seek advise. There may be other options.
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I suggest she take the denial notice to another attorney for a second opinion. In my experience, if the 2nd attorney recommends a course of action, the employer will most times agree to filing a Motion to Reopen/Reconsider.
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