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H1B Transfer

 
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Hi,
Currently I am working with one of good (will) Indian company.
My company has filled my H1B for this year (2007 Oct).
Consider a case that I will not get any onsite chance (USA) till 2008 Oct.
1) In this case, How to take a transfer at new company which belongs to USA directly?
2) Or I need to apply for new H1B Application again?
3) Is it possible to transfer the H1B to some other Indian company, even if I do not go to USA anytime?

Please guide me to resolve queries?
 
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I would suggest asking these types of question on INS forums. There are tons of sites for these types of questions. I would suggest immigrationportal.com or murthy.com. You will get many responses for your query.

Thanks,
Trupti
 
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"RamD RamD",

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Originally posted by Ram:
Thanks Trupti and Mark !



Still your display name is not valid as per JavaRanch naming policy. Your display name should have proper first & last name, with a space between them.
 
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Thanks Trupti and Others !
 
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Originally posted by RamD RamD:
Hi,
Currently I am working with one of good (will) Indian company.
My company has filled my H1B for this year (2007 Oct).
Consider a case that I will not get any onsite chance (USA) till 2008 Oct.
1) In this case, How to take a transfer at new company which belongs to USA directly?
2) Or I need to apply for new H1B Application again?
3) Is it possible to transfer the H1B to some other Indian company, even if I do not go to USA anytime?

Please guide me to resolve queries?



Transfer is applicable only if you are working in US,you need W2 or Salary slips.Otherwise you have to file new application.
 
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