More information is needed. The F-1 is not likely, since it requires nonimmigrant intent. The L-1A and H-1B authorization periods often run concurrently and can't be used sequentially. There are circumstances where someone can request a 7th year and subsequent year extensions due to a labor certification application having been filed more than 365 days, or, if an I-140 petition is approved, 3 year H-1B extensions until the green card priority date is current. Consult with a knowledgeable and competent immigration attorney.
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