The H1B 240-Day rule is often confusing for many as to when to stop working, including possibilities and implications of switching H1B employers commonly known as an H1B Transfer, while the H1B extension is pending. Many of you have already read the official 240-day rule on the Internet; we have compiled answers to many FAQs.
How do I contact the USCIS if my H1B is pending for longer than the processing times listed on the USCIS website and over 210 days? (Nearing 240 Days?)
This article details the process involved in extending your H1B visa beyond the standard sixth year (7th-year extension) with Frequently Asked Questions.
To extend your H1B beyond 6 years, you must have a pending Employment Based Green Card process. I suggest that your Green Card process is initiated at least in the 4th year of H1B as the GC process is complicated and lengthy. The first step of PERM usually takes anywhere between 8-12 Months from the day an employer initiates the process if