Feb 22, 2018, Discussion Topics - 7th year H-1B extension - H-1B approval without I-94
1. What you could try doing is have your green card started and you can use that to extend your H-1.
1.Yes. The previously approved extension does not go away. The only way that can go away is if the government separately issues a notice of intent to revoke, gives you notice and a chance to respond and then denies.
1. Not until a notice of intent to revoke is sent.
2. This case is going back to USCIS.
1. You can get your visa stamped in any country which is called Third Country National (TCN) processing. It is a good idea to check with them beforehand. Sometimes if they have too much of a workload, especially in Mexico they might temporarily stop taking TCN's.