I have the L1 Visa and expires until January 2015, however my I-94 was given until October 2013 since my passport would expired by that date.
I got my new passport!! Thanks
By either filing an application to extend your L-1 status in the US with USCIS CSC or by traveling abroad (anywhere except Mexico or Canada), remaining outside for at least 5 days and coming back on your still valid L-1 visa stamp on your passport.
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Your employer can file an extension or you can leave the US and reenter on your new passport in conjunction with a valid visa.