You will ask your employer this question in all honesty so that they know before they decide to offer you a position.
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You will need to either complete the remaining portion of your two years foreign residence requirement in your home country or you will need to obtain a waiver. There are different types of waivers available and which one is best for you will depend upon the facts of your case. Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your case and recommend an appropriate course of action.
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From the facts you have presented, you appear need either a waiver, or to go home for 15.5 months.
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