From the day person already in H-1B status got the "transfer" petition denial issued to him/her.
No. On the date the transfer denial notice is issued, that person can go back to (or might have never left) the original employer through whom got the H-1B status, work for a few more weeks (to be safe) and then have Co.C petition you. (this plan will only work IF Co. A, angered by your betrayal did not notify USCIS that it is withdrawing the LCA and I-129 it previously filed on your behalf. In effect pushing you out of status..)
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No, that person is out of status and will need to enter the US with a valid H-1B visa stamp AFTER the H-1B petition is approved in order to begin working.
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Out of status from denial. Cannot port to Company C.
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No, you cannot file for a H1B transfer based on the receipt notice that was filed but denied. However, company C could apply for a new H1B application on your behalf and you could apply for the H1B visa stamp, if company C's petition is approved, at the US Embassy.
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