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Question by koolbuddyforyou
Submitted on 3/8/2004
Related FAQ: Immigration (USA) FAQ: GC and Citizenship questions and answers (part 6 of 6)
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Hello,

I was in US on H1B for sometime and I returned back to my originating country. Now there is another company B which is ready to offer me a job. Will it be possible for me to transfer my existing H1 to the new company when I am not in the US?

Please help.

Thanks


Answer by Aslam Elec
Submitted on 4/29/2004
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You need to re-apply under company B sponsorship, same procedures as in your company A application.

 

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