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All of the well known attorneys have been known to make blunders.
S Jeffries too.
You got to know the stuff and check all that they do.
They all make mistakes.
all you have to do is inform your waiver agency--VA/Sate Dept etc which ever approved your earlier waiver,that you are changing to another MUA/VA job because of wat ever reasons and apply for a new H1 from your new place of work.There is nothing called J waiver transfer all you need is a letter from the aganecy stating that ne wjob is in MUA and new H1b
And as you state, your 5 years will be done on 08/31/2008. Is it worth for all paperwork and related aches for say two months?
Has anyone currently applying for green card (or anyone who already has a green card approved), been asked to submit any kind of "proof" of waiver completion? (specifically letters from the state's DOH)