Your employer needs to retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise them, and handle the case. Your employer can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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Yes. A new employer may apply for the balance of the period to a maximum of 3 years if you have not exhausted your 6 yr maximum eligibility. To enter you would need a valid unexpired H1 visa. Best Wishes!
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It sounds like a new employer can submit a petition since you are already counted under the cap.
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From what you describe it sounds as if you can likely have a new employer file a new cap exempt petition, but it is important you have everything fully reviewed before making assumptions and moving forward. If I can be of further assistance please let me know.
It appears that you have not exhausted your 6 year limitation, therefore, another employer could file an H-1B petition on your behalf. Once the H-1B petition is approved and the US Consulate in India issues the visa stamp, you would be eligible to enter the US and commence employment. If you have further questions, I would recommend setting up a consultation.