Hi, I'm currently working in India for Company X. I have a job offer in a US company based out of Atlanta (Lets call Company Y). Company Y has offices in Atlanta, Mexico, London and Sydney but do not have any office in India. Y has offered me a position in their company at Atlanta Office. However the H1B visa cap has reached for this year and I cannot apply for it anymore
Is there any other option through which I can take up the offer from Company Y. They are also ok to make an offer to me in their other locations outside US if that would help me come to US sooner.
Additional info: I have a B1 Visa and have made two short trips to the US in the past.
Please help. Also point me to any consultancies who provide these services. I can request company Y to get in touch with them.
At this time, you may accept employment at the company in any other location ouside of the U.S. Work at that location for at least one year, then file for L visa, intercompany transfer. It ios much faster and it will gove you the three years that you want to work in the U.S. You can also extend the visa for another three years.
Elkhalil Law Firm, LLC
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I agree with attorney Elkhalil ... work outside of the US & qualify for the L.
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Not in the US under the facts you give.
Your employer needs to retain an experienced immigration lawyer, whether myself or one of my colleagues, to review all the facts, advise them, and handle the case.
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