If I convince employer B that I will work with them as part time instead of full time, and continue to work with current Employer A as full time, Do the Employer B who already filed H1B transfer last week needs to file again H1B Amendment to change my job from full time to part time. correct?
I am on same boat Working with emp a, but my I 140 is approved through emp B, so I want to join them, they said they will file H1 b in regular processing, not cuncurrent
I have my current H1B Approved through emp a , if I continue to work with emp a , do they have to file amendment for concurrent , can they do at the same time when I am working with them or I have to resign and join again? , does emp B need to know that emp a is filing amendment and can we work 40 hrs at both place, thanks in advance, will it impact my GC process any way , is it legal to do that.
In your case employer A will need to amend H1B for concurrent employment. If you join employer B, you need to stop working for employer A. You can start working for employer A on receipt of the amended H1B for concurrent employment.
You are not obligated to let employer B know that you are working concurrently with employer A however you need to make sure you are not breaking any terms in your employment agreement with employer B for e.g. any non-compete rules or working for other employers while being employed with employer B.
An H-1B worker can technically have 2 full-time positions under concurrent employment. However, it is possible that USCIS will deny the concurrent H-1B petition for full-time employment if it does not appear possible to work 2 full-time jobs.
As mentioned above, concurrent employment is legally allowed and there should be no impact on GC.
In my case the change of employer (transfer) has been filed by employer b and if employer a (whom I am working with currently) would like to file concurrent by doing amendment of already approved petition, is it possible for them to file it?