Talk to the immigration lawyer working with the parent company.
Meet with the immigration lawyer working with the parent company.
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So if you have not applied for an H-1B yet, I'm assuming your going to apply FY 2014, then you still have you maintain your OPT STEM Extension and EAD to remain in status. If the company neglected to register for E-verify thats beyond your control although its a STEM extension requirement. Have them register now, albeit it belatedly. I think its going to be an up hill battle for ICE through SEVIS now to argue you are out of status or USCIS later down the line. Therefore, just focus on the April 1, 2013 H-1B application.Ask a similar question
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