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H1B Visa Discussion Forum : H1B Visa : H1B "lay off"
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H1B "lay off"

Posted: 02 August 2015 - 07:30 PM
I have an extended H1B visa until September 2015. However, the dismissal of my appeal re: green card application came out in January. My lawyer has advised me that I need to go home before my current visa expires, which I plan to do.

My employer agreed to apply for the extension of my visa, but told me that I should shoulder the expenses. Of that one-year visa extension, I have only received 8 months of salary (Sept. 2014-May 2015). In the past years, I got paid on a 10-month basis (based on the school year).

My question is, can I hold my employer responsible in getting me paid for the other 2 months that I haven't received yet?

Thank you.
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