I am on L1B visa which is expiring in another month. I have I-94 for next 3 years . My husband have dependant L2 on my L1 -B . He was also here and going back to India . He needs to come back after 2 months . Since his L2 is also expiring in another month , so filing my L1-B extension from USA can help in any way? If my extension is approved , how he can go for his extension from India . I have no immediate plan to travel back.
You say have a I-94 that is valid for the next three years, so what are you extending?
You are confused and need to talk to you employer's attorney. They would be the best place to direct your questions. You I-94 is the one that requires an extension when expires and before 5 years limit is reached. Since your is good for the "next 3 years" no extension is in the picture. I if you need to travel all you need to do is have your visa stamped again. Apply the same logic to your spouses situation and you will figure out the answer, I am sure.
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No extension is necessary. If your husband lacks a L-1B visa, he will need to apply for one in India.
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