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What to do if your H-1B employer fires you. H-1B layoff.

New Immigration Rule:

On January 17, 2017 a 60 day grace period given to H-1B workers following a layoff became an official law.

This means that if you are fired or lose your job for any reason, you have 60 days to find a new employer and to transfer your H-1B visa.

Click Here for USCIS website announceament.

As always, do talk to your lawyer to know what your strategy should be. We are happy to help. You can call The Law Office of Natalia Malyshkina at 415-240-0083.


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