Pittsburgh, PA asked in Immigration Law for Pennsylvania

Q: I am in very different situation.I came in US in May-2010 in L1B working for employer A and my Visa is valid till May-2

I am in very different situation.

I came in US in May-2010 in L1B working for employer A and my Visa is valid till May-2013. In April-2012, I filled for H1B from Employer B and it got approved valid from 1-Oct-2012. But due to some medical problems I was not able to join Employer B. I continued working with Employer A. (I have all the pay stubs from L1B employer A).

In Jan-2013, I got a good project from Employer C so I wanted to Transfer my H1B petition from employer B to Employer C.

But I find that Employer B has already revoked my H1B petition.

Please suggest how can I work with employer C ? Their attorney is saying I am good because I have all the pay stubs from Employer A.

Need your valuable advice. Thanks.

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Guerline Ladouceur-Laurore
Guerline Ladouceur-Laurore
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Wilkes-Barre, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

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