Yes, given that you were already counted against the numerical "cap" on H-1Bs in 2013, until October 1, 2019 any employer will be able to take advantage of that fact and file a "cap-exempt" H-1B petition on your behalf. (That could be a good selling point on your part to new, prospective employers.) Note, however, that the years you spent and are spending in L-1B status will be counted against and subtracted from the 6 years maximum allowable under h-1Bs, until an employer corms and files a PERM on your behalf 365 days prior to your H-1B's "max out" period. You will then be able to perpetually extend your H-1B in 1and 3 year increments until you are finally able to obtain the green card under your employment-base category of your country of birth.
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If your H-1B was under the CAP yes you may use. If was CAP exempt you may use only for CAP exempt employer. You may only use if you have time remaining counting the L and H time already used. You need an employer to petition for you.
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