Your proposal will be very difficult to 'juggle'.
Talk to the company's immigration lawyer to see if he/she supports this concept.
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I agree with my colleague.
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You could return on OPT and may also bring along your wife. If your employer wants to sponsor you for H1, the employer would like to know ahead of time about your travel plans. Best Wishes!
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