The H1B visa permits you to live and work in the United States for up to three years and is renewable for an additional 3 years.
Depending upon the continuing viability of the job offer relevant to the I-140 you may be eligible to adjust status to obtain a green card.
You should have an immigration attorney review the viability of the I-140 case and to discuss your best options.
Best of luck,
Peter J. Loughlin, Esq.
Goldman & Loughlin, PLLC
4100 Corporate Sq., Suite 163
Naples, FL 34104
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If you are working for the same employer that submitted your approved I-140, you may wait until your priority date is current, and then apply for a green card.
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