My employer is A. I am working in Employer-Vendor-Client(EVC) model. He filed for amendment for me for change of location of client. I received an RFE for the amendment by employer A. Now employer B who is the Vendor for the same client is offering me full time.Can I go ahead and request employer B to file H1B for me before responding to the RFE for amendment by employer A? So is it ok if I apply for H1B from company B while the amendment of A is still in progress?
I have planned a vacation to travel to Mexico this Christmas to attend a family wedding. I had planned on taking my son along with me however My ex girlfriend has sole legal custody and primary physical custody of our son and I have Visitation rights 3 times a year for 1 month periods each time. My ex has refused to obtain a passport for him in an effort to ruin the vacation I had planned by me not being able to take my son. During the vacation time I intend to spend in Mexico, I will have visitation with my son subject to the custody court order issued. The court order does not prohibit me from traveling with my son outside the country. My question is, would it be possible to go to Mexico and take my son with me without the consent of his mother as long as I tell her where we are and even if he doesn't have a passport? I know I wont be able to travel by plane without a passport however I do know a passport is not a mandatory document to enter the U.S by sea or land and other forms of proof of citizenship are acceptable for minor children under 16. Would it be possible to to enter back into the U.S. with my sons birth certificate showing that I am the father and a certified copy of the court order to show the dates that he is supposed to be with me.
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