Please find the details below with dates
L1B extension applied : July 2012 ,expiry on August 2012(Employer "A")
New H1B COS applied : June 2012 (Employer "B")
L1B RFE Received : August 2012(Due date Nov 5th 2012)
H1B Approved : 07 October 2012
Joined H1B Employer "B" : November 5th 2012
later Joined another H1B Employer "C" : Nov 2013 H1B transfer
note: L1B Employer withdrawn the petition
I am going for stamping , will there be any issues during stamping during My L1 to H1B since L1B was in pending status.
will officer question me on my status , I am hearing mixed reviews.
I appreciate your help.
Assuming that your H-1B was approved with the change of status (meaning that you received a new I-94 card with the approval), then you are in H-1B status. The consular officer's job is to verify that you and your current employer qualify for the H-1B visa. Your previous L-1 stay should not be relevant to that determination.
This is a question that you need to pose to company C's immigration attorney to assess and determine whether your past immigration history will have an impact on the request of the H-1B at the U.S. consulate.
"Will there be any issues"? You bet there'll be. Better prepare yourself for that consular visa interview with professional help from a reputable and experienced immigration lawyer who will review your entire immigration history and prepare you for the actual visa interview.
Kindly be advised that the answer above is only general in nature cannot be construed as legal advice, given that not enough facts are known. It is your responsibility to retain a lawyer to analyze the facts specific to your particular situation in order to give you specific advice. Specific answers will require cognizance of all pertinent facts about your case. Any answers offered on Avvo are of a general nature only, and are not meant to create an attorney-client relationship.
How does an attorney on this website know if there will be issues without discussing your plan in confidence? All depends on what questions are posed by the Officer and your response to them.
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