This is a kind of a situation when you would be best advised to seek out an immigration attorney i your area for a consultation. There are many in NY and NJ. You can always start from talking with your current employer's attorney. I would abstain from expression my opinion on the subject.
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I agree with my colleague.
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If your H-1B petition with Company B was filed as premium processing, USCIS should adjudicate it within 15 calendar days. The USCIS on-line status system has been having some problems lately so it may not be the most updated information - your employer (or their attorney) should contact USCIS to get a status update about this case.
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