I had applied MAVNI program in Army recruiter, but I decided not to go army and didn't sign the contract after a deep consideration. But I did all pre-processing in army MPES, Technically, DHS knows that since army verified my immigrant status from DHS. I know my recruiter really want me join army so he did a little trick to tell me I would be reject H1B visa next time I left and reentry US since DHS have marked my I-94 shows I have intent to immigrate to US. Although I commit that I intent to. Does US embassy visa officer and DHS know and reject my H1B Visa because I did intent to join US army but choose not to go. It really scare me. I heard H1B is dual intent VISA, I can show inention to immigrate. is it right?
This is a non-issue as the H-1B status and visa allow one to harbor a "dual intent."
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You are correct; h1b is a dual intent visa. Either you received incorrect information or you are confused as to what you were told. If you want peace of mind, obtain a private consultation with an immigration attorney.
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