YOu may apply for an extension for your spouse. She may be extended for th the amount of time your status is authorized (she must have a valid passport). Or you can wait to you submit your extension and extend her at that time or she can travel outside the uS and have a new date grated when she returns.
Of course. She files for an extension.
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File both requests together. What is you problem? Ask your employer's attorney to handle it.
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I see you ave a strategic choice to make whether file two or one L2 extension. Hopefully person who helps you with L1 extension will be able to advise you on this also. Best Wishes!
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