Results 1 to 5 of 5

Thread: H1B RFE (need Help - serious issue)

  1. #1

    Unhappy H1B RFE (need Help - serious issue)

    Hello Everyone,

    I am have serious issue. I applied for H1B in 2018 I received a RFE. In which they questioned my Training program & my status- beneficary is engaging in STEM OPT with your organization that is located in different location than DHS records.
    They have asked additional information and evidence regarding my STEM Training program provided to me at the Client location.

    My parent company is located in different state & I work at client location.

    I am on STEM OPT status (valid till next year) and I have submitted my i983 to school and in all my records- i have maintained my location of my parent company instead of Client location. My LCA was filed from my Client location.

    My atterony says i have violated the one of the requirements for STEM OPT & asking me to leave the country before 180 days as it will be unlaw pressence . I have spoke to my college DSO they stated me saying you are good and have status (nothing to be worried about and you are not under unlawful presence- as you have valid STEM OPT).

    I believe my Atterony and company is worried as it would affect them as the training was not being given to me at the client location.


    A sincere request - can someone tell me did I violate any regulation and subjeced to unlawful presence.
    What should I do - Should I tell them to revoke my H1B and continue on my STEM OPT (or) provide the additional documnets to the RFE & fight the case.

  2. #2
    Your question will be reviewed by our moderator and posted on Facebook wall at http://www.facebook.com/desiopt1 within 24-72 hours.

    SEARCH: Your question might be answered earlier, search previous post at http://j.mp/desioptforumsearch

    ATTORNEY: In addition to the readers comments, You can also call attorneys for free advice. DesiOPT is collaborating with group of attorneys. You can contact them directly via email/ phone. Initial Consult is Free.

    http://desiopt.com/company/33089/Law-Group
    http://desiopt.com/company/1134/Attorney-At-Law
    http://desiopt.com/company/3547/The-HMA-Law-Firm
    http://desiopt.com/company/3460/Janethalaw

    Please let us know your feedback after the call.

    JOBS: review FAQ number 5 & 8 at http://desiopt.com/faq

    NEWSLETTER: *** Don't Miss Important Topics, Subscribe to our Newsletter at http://bit.ly/1da2vrz ***

    F1STUDENTCONNECT.com: Classified portal exclusive for F1 Students http://j.mp/f1con

    OPT TRACKER: Track your OPT http://j.mp/1EyVFLw

    INVITE FRIENDS: Feel this community useful, then invite your friends by following below steps

    1. Goto http://facebook.com/desiopt1
    2. Find "Suggest DesiOPT.com to Your Friends" - Click on "See All" and Invite your friends
    3. If you can't find the link, refer http://bit.ly/16CAYOb

  3. #3

    Anonymous

    Hi, i got the same rfe regarding employer location and client location, but the only difference is, in my sevis i had my client location registered with uscis before filing H1B in 2018.

    My situation:
    As per my situation my attorney and employer resubmitted i129 along with RFE requesting for consular processing(it seems when you are opting for consular processing its ok to not answer to that question of client location ). Then i got H1B approval(on 31stoct2018) without i94 for two months(till dec 31st 2018). i went to india for stamping which was risky, on dec 4th i got stamping approved and on dec 11th i m back in USA without issues at stamping(Chennai Consulate) and POE(Abu Dhabi).

    Try talk to different attorneys and see what they would suggest.

  4. #4
    A lot of people are getting RFE's on H1B.

    The following youtube talks more about H1B.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1qybilNrgk&t=4s

  5. #5
    Your message was posted anonymously on our Facebook wall at https://www.facebook.com/desiopt1/po...57002097650477 on 13th January 2019 - Please review comments from other users

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •