What does #Cognizant to do for denied H1B visa transfer petitions if the employee has been working on receipt?

Softvision AOoB63
Aug 17 11 Comments

Do they re-file the same petition again ? Do they move the person to a new role and file different petition? Do they move the person to a different global location ( possibly their home country)?

Need legitimate advice .... please no trolling ...

TC - $160k
10+ YOE

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TOP 11 Comments
  • Oracle qawsedcxz
    Yup. Ship them back home. CTS has office in every country.
    Aug 17 2
    • Softvision AOoB63
      OP
      Thanks ... how do you know that ?
      Aug 17
    • Oracle qawsedcxz
      Wait and you ll find out yourself, if this post is about you.
      Aug 17
  • Walmart msquare2
    Happened with a friend of mine. They made him go to India and processed new petition for hi .
    Aug 17 2
    • Softvision AOoB63
      OP
      Thanks ... How long did the whole process take ? Did your friend work from India for the US client or was assigned a different project ?
      Aug 17
    • Walmart msquare2
      One of my friend continued working for same US client from India. Not sure about other. Entire process took around 3 months for him. Stamping is pending though.
      Aug 17
  • Juniper Change
    You could go back and get an L1A..that's a better bet
    Aug 17 1
    • Cognizant / Other @rghhhh
      L1A is a lot fast but also a lot harder to get isn't it?
      Aug 18
  • Juniper Change
    What's the yoe?
    Aug 17 1
    • Softvision AOoB63
      OP
      10+
      Aug 17
  • Cognizant / Other @rghhhh
    Send them to their home country if there is an office there for them to work from, and depending on what the employee wants (stay in home country or attempt returning to the US), their petition is re-filed. The process takes a lot longer nowadays, upto several months. Just refiling for an extension/transfer denial has taken over 6-7 months in some cases, and there have been many people whose refiling was also rejected, so they continued in their home country. Some decided to move to another country. It all depends on how good one is with their work, and how valuable one is to the company, because that determines how much support one would get from their boss and/or client. There is no rule as far as I know and it's very case specific. Whether such people can continue to work from the overseas office until then depends on the client's comfort level, not whether the company wants it or not. They aren't fired though, if that's what OP is trying to find out.
    Aug 18 0