My background: I came to US on h1b in Nov 2008. I didnot work for that employer at all. Changed my status to h4 on April 2009. On March 2011 changed my status to f1. Now starting April 2013, i willl be on OPT till april 2014. I would like to know if an employer is willing to hire me, does he need to apply for new h1b that will be subject to cap or i can use my 5 and half years left on my old h1b? Please let me know.
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