My H1B approved from 1st October,2013. I'm currently on H4 visa and is expiring on 10th Aug and hence applied for extension till 30th Sep.
Can I work from 1st Oct on H1 even if I don't receive H4 extension approval by then.
Yes. Your H-4' extension application will have maintained you in status until October 1, when your H-1B status kicks in and you can start working in H-1B status.
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Depends on whether USCIS changed your status to H-1B effective October 1.
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