Having more than one application pending at a time is at best tricky, and could result in the person not ending up with the status desired.
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Bad idea. If her F1 is approved before H1, and the H1 is approved then, the H1 will not be valid and you will have to refile. Wait until F1 is approved and then decide.
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It is best to seek consular processing in this case. She can continue her studies and join the employer when she is ready.
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