My L1 and PED of I-129 are stumped for 5 years. My employment date written in I-129 2nd page ends Jan 31, 2019. My I-94 ends at June 1st, 2019.
My employer's lawyer told me I can work until June 1st, 2019 and needs to extend I-129 and gets a new visa before June 1st, 2019.
I arrived US at Feb 20th, 2016 and left US for holidays for 3 weeks.
Should I count my initial 3-years from Feb 26th, 2016, or reply on My employment date written in I-129 2nd page ends Jan 31, 2019, or my I-94 date?
You should do exactly what the company's lawyer instructs you to do.
Since we don't have your files, we can't comment just based on the small amount of info you have provided.
Especially since you didn't tell us what type of L-1 you have (eg: L-1A, L-1B or L-1B blanket).
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