I told you already in your previous post, you are CAP exempt within 6 years form the day the petition was approved in 2008. You may still have be able to claim the remanded of your 6 year tenure.
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You eligible for any remaining time up the the six year max less the time you actually spent in H1b
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File it before Oct 2014. 10/143 is exactly 6 years from the date the H1 was first approved. Visa will be approved for the time left on your 6 years.
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a. Thanks you all for your valuable answers, I have some more queries on my case
1. Can an another employer file my H1B after oct 2014 under Cap exempt? Yes. W/ recapture argument.
2. If we file new H1B petition before Oct 2014 under cap exempt, Will I get the petition valid till Oct 2014 only? No. Can me more.
3. What is the way to 're -capture" the remaining 4 years( I stayed only 2 years in this cap) without applying PERM labour certification. Recapture argument w/ supporting docs.