I work for Employer A in L1B Visa and my I94 expires on 15-Sep-2013. I appplied for L1B Extension on Jun-18-2013 and got RFE.
I also applied for H1B through Employer B and it got approved. The document clearly says that My petition and Change of status is approved and has I94 with start date 01-oct-2013 to 17-jun-2016
1. Can i start working for Employer B from 1-0ct-2013 when my L1B Extension in RFE
and I94 expired from 15-SEP-2013.
2. If there is a option to start working for Employer B , and some decison is taken on L1B , will it be a problem for me to stay here and work for Employer B.
'I94 expired on 15-sep -2013 and L1B in RFE , my stay from 16-sep-2013 to 30-sep-2013 is called ' period of stay authorized by General attorney "
I advise the only reasonable thing: since you pose excellent questions and your case requires consistent legal attention, you need to retain one competent immigration counsel to complete your objectives accordingly.
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Your employer's immigration attorney would be a better address for these questions. If they do not have one, suggest they hire one immediately. If they refuse, know - you need a new employer as this one would inevitably spell trouble for you eventually.
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Talk to the lawyer for company B .... not a non-attorney in HR.
YOU didn't apply for anything, the two employers filed ... they own the L and H paperwork.
Do it right ... use the lawyer that the company hired.
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