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  • Filed H1B, Need to Travel to India in Emergency, How does this impact my H1B?

    Hi a company filed my H1 on 1st April 2013, I need to travel India in emergency from 2 april - 10 april, what are my chances of 1) Getting my H1 B declined, 2)Will I be able to return as my OPT is valid till Dec 2013 and i hold F1 visa which expires in 2014, 3) I know i will get new I -94 how does that impact my H1?


    This was posted on https://www.facebook.com/desiopt1 on March 31st 2013

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    • #3
      It won't be any problem since while returning you will still be on OPT. You should be fine. Don't worry. And PLEASE do share your experience of coming back so other will have an idea.

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      • #4
        I agree with Abraar . You will still be considered on opt/f1. Make sure you take your i20 and other related documents.

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        • #5
          Yep... Continuation to top comments... It is not at all a problem.. Still u have a valid visa to enter into USA... No worries.. Take Care...

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          • #6
            If the H-1B petition that was filed by your employer requested a "change of status", then the change of status request may be abandoned by your departing the U.S. (This means you wouldn't automatically receive H-1B status on October 1 if the petition is approved). If that is the case, you will have to leave the U.S. again once the H-1 is approved, to obtain the H-1 visa in your passport. You may want to check to see how the petition was filed by the company who is sponsoring you.
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