There is no way to sponsor yourself on an H-1B. It must and can only be through a U.S. Employer.
How can I opt for part time job if I am currently on H1B and getting paid on W-2. What are my options?
The regulations allow an individual in H-1B to work two or more jobs by filing an H-1B petition for "concurrent employment". We could assist you with this process if the job rises to the level of a specialty occupation and your employer is willing to file a concurrent H-1B petition on your behalf.
Q: My wife just joined a new company and received new I94 which has expiration date of March 2015. However she is approaching her maxout time period of 6 years and maxout date falls in Oct 2014. Based on new I 94, does this mean her maxout date is March 2015 and not Oct 2014? [...]
When filing an H1-B extension, what kind of documentation is needed for showing the job offer on hand?
The key is to document the existence of an "Employer-Employee Relationship" and the ability of your employer to control your employment at the client site. This may be documented through a letter(s) from the End Client, or a chain of contracts from the employer to the end client.
I came in United States in February 2013 with Employer A (H1 B valid till Sept 2015) and joined Employer B in November 2013(Got new H1 B visa valid till September 2016). In December 2013 went to India for vacation and did not get my visa stamped with new employer(B)... because my old stamp was [...]
I got my H1B approved this April and I am travelling to India in this October , so should I submit the I-94 in the Indian embassy while going there for stamping or should I submit it at the USA airport at check-in before traveling to India?
The I-94 is known as the arrival-departure record and will be taken from you at the POE (Airport).
Two distinct employers would be treated as having filed two distinct petitions. The two should be completely unrelated and not rely on the same end client documentation/contract(s).
Will there be an issue for Green card processing with a new company when I’m not in good terms with my previous employer specifically with regard to experience letter?
Unless there is a specific instance of fraud, the USCIS does not randomly call employers to verify the contents of an experience letter.