You mean they withdrew the petition? They can't revoke it, only USCIS can revoke the Petition and thus make your status void. Your new attorney needs to speak to your previous attorney or to your previous employer to get the information.
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How are you lawfully employed with present employer? In what visa status? It seems to me one or both of these employers have had attorneys involved in our matter.You should discuss the question first with the present employer's attorney; is it does not have an attorney who is handling your H matter, then you should discuses this with the attorney of the ex employer.
The ex-employer did not revoke any visa. H status is employer-specific and ends when employment with that petitioner-employer ends. If you were terminated or left your job with ex-empoyer, ex-eomplyer had a duty to notify USCIS than you were no longer employed in H status with employer. If you left ex-employer or were terminated by ex-employer, and were in H status at that time, then your status ended on that date.
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You are not entitled to a copy of communication between the employer and USCIS.
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