One job is remote and the other job is onsite. I can manage to do the work. I have approved i-129 for both the employers. Can I work?. Situation: I have been working with an employer from past 1 year, they gave me remote option from past 6 months, i got one more opportunity but need to be onsite and they are filing for h1b transfer. Once it is approved, can i continue working for both the employers?
A person on H1B may have multiple H1B sponsoring employers.
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You may have more than one employer sponsorship for H-1B.
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