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Hi I have a followup question on the same discussion.
I came to US with stamping from old employer and my I94 obtained with Old Visa in place. I am planning to bring my dependants applying H4 and get that stamped.
1. Is i94 a required document for H4 stamping
2. if so will my current I94 with previous employer is sufficient
3. If not what should I do to get fresh I94 for the new petitioner.
Hi thanks I understand how I94 works. But since my dependants are going for a stamping when I am in US does the stamping process required my copy of I94 or just a copy of i797 and i129 is sufficient for their stamping.
Thanks for the response. But I am still worried about the specific of documents required.
Is my I94 required for their stamping ?
Will embassy ask any questions about my H1 transfer to my spouse ?
Hi may I am not asking the question properly.
Let me consolidate the question what I asked earlier.
I94 - I understand I need to send a copy for my dependent stamping.
So the question is - the current I94 what I hold is when I came to US and its for my previous employer. So do this I94 still valid to send for the H4 stamping or will there be any fresh I94 issued to for me new employe.
I don't have an entry stamp in passport for new employment.
but I have I797 for new H1 B.
My I 797 approval notice says I am denied Extend of Stay (EOS). What action should be taken to get fresh I 94 and how soon.
1. I have valid Visa Stamping till 2015 and I94 also is till 2015 (All with OLD Employer)
2. Transferred the petition to new employer
3. Current I797is approved but EOS is denied.
Please let me know what action to be taken and how soon.
I am not very clear on that piece of information. I am currently holding a visa stamping for employer A till 2015 and transferred to Employer B with I 797 stating petition approved but EOS denied. When I browsed the internet they say I can travel to nearby country and refresh my I94 by reentering in POE rather than going for a stamping again in my home country.
Please let me know if I am out status if so how soon I need to leave the country or refreshing my POE is enough to clear my EOS issue.
Hi sorry I am not understanding the below clause. Can you please explain.
"But I would first check to make sure that the visa stamp is still valid because if you have even a 1 day of overstay, that visa is to be automatically cancelled"
My Visa stamping states the expiration date as 2015.
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