Currently i am in H1 status where my PERM is inprocess and applied after 365 days i.e March 2013 and my 6 Years completing in Dec 12 2013. Still my perm is in process and dont the the status, in case if there is any audit , Can I convert from h1 to f2 where my wife is F1 status and working and when can I start . Do I need to apply before my H1 expiry i.e dec 12 2013.
Can I staty in F2 till March 2014 and then apply for H1 Extension. Please suggest me when I have convert to F2 and other options. Wht is the attorney fees to take care of this.
You really need to discuss this with your employer's immigration attorney.
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Yes, you can apply for a change of status to F-2, but need to do so before your H-1B status expires. For more information contact me by phone, and I'll be happy to discuss it with you.
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You can only change status while you are in status. So you would need to file for the change to F2 before your H expires. Consult an attorney.
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You can change status to F-2, but you cannot apply for H-1B extension in March.
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