My H1-B petition got denied recently as the LCA was filed under incorrect category? Can I submit a new LCA or modify the existing LCA with correct category.
Yes you can , but you may have to leave the USA depending on when you H-1b expires
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You cannot do any of it. An employer needs to do that and their lawyer should be the person you should be having this conversation with.
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The petition is denied and cannot be salvaged. There may be other options to discuss with a consulting attorney.
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