2. You do not need to resign your L-1A job until a denial decision is issued.
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Why didn't you ask one of your two lawyers? What did they say?
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My colleagues are correct. You have a lot of questions, not enough space to thoroughly answer each of them in this forum. I suggest that you meet with an experienced immigration attorney.
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