Hi - I have filed H1B with an employer and never went for stamping on H1B. Now i am in US on L1B. And now I am trying to get " Approved petition " and my employer is not finding it. so please tell me a way to get a copy of approved Petition from USCIS. I have EAC# with me for that petition. thanks for your Time!
H-1B employer's attorney should be able to assist you.
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Go on www.uscis.gov, use the tab to your left where you will find case status bar. Put there you EAC # and you will get the status. Print it out and use in place of the "approved petition"
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Did your employer lose the I-94 too? File an I-102. See instructions:
Your EMPLOYER'S immigration attorney should have a copy of the full, original approval notice, as that is always sent to the attorney of record, with only a courtesy copy sent to the employer.
A copy will suffice to satisfy the consulate.
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