All time spent in the U.S. on H-1B and L-1 will be counted towards the maximum limit.
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You can do the math yourself, Babu.. You are very good at it anyway.. Any time spent in both L-1B AND H-1B status will be counted towards your 6 year maximum allowable period. If you spent significant time outside the US (in Hindustan vacationing, for instance..) that time, if proven, can be added back, "recaptured" in USCIS jargon and added back to the positive side of your equation.. Have a talk with your employer's immigration lawyer about "recapturing'.
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The employer's attorney would be a good address for this question.
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