If your approval notice did not include an I-94, and your I-94 is not from your current employer, then I would agree with your attorney.
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Who is petitioning for your? You should ask your attorney why he believes you have to leave.
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It might be that simple, but few attorneys would venture such an opinion on this site. That is because, despite all disclaimers, you could blame the attorney if the opinion turned out to be wrong, and you ended up stuck outside of the U.S. I suggest hiring an experienced immigration lawyer to review all of the relevant facts and documents, and then getting a second opinion in writing.
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