My I-94 is expiring in July'2013 as I got I-94 based on my passport expiry. I've now renewed my passport. Is it possible to get an I-94 extension while in US? My L1 visa is valid for 2 more years i.e. till 2015.
Is it also possible to extend I-94 either in San Jose or San Francisco?
Yes, Ask your employer to seek extension for you.
You cannot file for an extension of L1 visa, your employer can. You should have started by talking to the employer's attorney. There is a good chance you could have avoided the need for this question.
Yes, I-94 can be renewed by the employer or their attorney.
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Yes, you can extend it .. by mail to a USCIS dropbox .. not at a local office.
Talk to the company's immigration attorney, not a non-attorney in HR.
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I-94 determines your lawful presence. Your employer will seek extension if they wish you to continue to work on L-1.
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