Hi. I work for company A. This is my employer who runs my payroll. I work on contract basis. Now, I work for company C which is a MNC and requires IT services and company B who implements the ERP is hired by company C to find suitable recruits for their job. Now company B get me the interview and decides if I am good or no for the job.
I am on H1B work visa and just applied for extension 3 months back. I have collected all my RFE related documents and before I could submit these, my contract with company C was terminated due to budget issues. Although I am company A's employee, I no more work for companies B and C. I still have a month to submit my RFE related documents. Can I still go ahead and submit them to the USCIS? Kindly let me know. Thank you. Regards.
Too many complex, "vendor-client" scenario questions for a brief, free consultation on the internet.
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I agree with Giacomo. You want us to serve as your online lawyers. We cannot do that. For that involved a consultation please actually schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney.
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Your "employer," whoever that actually is, can submit documents relating to your petition on your behalf.
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