Hi, I have valid H1B petition from present employer till June 2014 and traveled to US on my previous employers visa which is till Aug 2013. I got i94 date as per my previous employer visa i.e till Aug 2013. what should i do now after Aug 2013?
To be safe, you should contact consultate to update your I-94 so if you travel again you don't have problems but I don't see an issue as your present employer is good to 6/14.
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You should have mentioned at the airport that you now work for a different employer and shown the approval notice of the present EMPLOYER'S petition.
The safest thing to do is obtaining a new H-1B visa with the present EMPLOYER'S name on it.
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Mr. Behar is correct ... if you used a previous employer's visa to enter the US ... with no intention of working for that employer ... you have problems.
Talk to the current employer's immigration attorney for assistance in straightening things out.
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