Especially when the L1B extensions rejections are very high.
The appropriate solution depends on your goal and circumstance. Are you planning to pursue further education? What type of work do you do? Are you the recipient of awards? And many more factors. You have to consult with an immigration lawyer to zero in on the right solution.
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The scope of your question is too broad. You should consult with an immigration attorney to assess your professional background, terms of employment, and timing issues in order to determine options.
That is a subject to be discussed in the privacy of the office of an immigration lawyer in your area.
Asking such broad and open ended questions and getting generic answers which might not be applicable to your specific situation will not advance you any.
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If you apply for an h1b you will not be able to begin work until next October. If you have the chance to go out of the US between April and October then apply for the H1b. You should also talk with your employer.
Dhenu Savla, Esq.
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