Currently i am on H4.
Last year 2012, my H1b was approved. But my Employer withdrew the H1B. And i got a letter from USCIS dating Sept 27th, 2012. That H1B has been revoked , because Employer sent withdrawal letter.
Am i still cap exempt, if i want to file a H1B in 2013? Or will i be counted again?
I have the last year H1B Approval notice. I have a job offer, i was planning to transfer my old H1B approval.
You are not subject to the cap.
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An attorney would need to review your paperwork.
But, as my colleague stated, if you worked on the visa before it was revoked, you are probably cap exempt.
Talk to the attorney working for the new, prospective, employer ... not someone in HR.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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