Find a new employer or consult with an attorney regarding alternative avenues for a Green Card.
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YOu can continue working for your present H-1B petitioner while pursuing alternative ways of applying for the green card - through emloyment-based immigrant petition filed by a willing employer or family-based immigration. Seek legal help too.
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