Your question is unclear. If you are asking about the maximum amount of time allowed in each category, 5 years on L-1B, 7 years on L-1A. Time in L-1A counts against time in L-1B and vice versa.
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These types of questions need to be answered by your EMPLOYER'S immigration lawyer.
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You are allowed to be on L1B up to 5 years and 7 years on L1A
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The total for L-1B is 5 years. The total for L-1A is 7. The time in L-1B or L-1A status counts towards the limit of 5 or 7 years.
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