Can we stay till I 94 is expired and apply for a new renewal in the meantime? Working at a third party location. Please suggest. With the present rate of rejections and RFEs , and no specific reasons for rejections, it’s very very traumatic experience mentally.
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It depends on whether or not the denial (not 'rejects') revokes the prior approval.
I don't know where you are hearing your rumors ... ALL denials give a reason.
Granted, some rejections (where they mail back the forms and checks) may not say anything more than 'incomplete' application.
From what I'm seeing, most of the denials are because the 'employer' is really a 'job shop' that sends workers to 'client locations'.
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Your employer’s lawyer is positioned to address your immigration concerns.
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