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Old 12-09-2010, 04:21 PM
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Default H1-B: Getting Fired While Overseas

Hi everyone,

I have just received my H1-B, and I'm planning on a two week vacation back to my country.

I'm not on a good relationship with my company at the moment, and even if they granted my vacation, I'm afraid they might cancel my H1-B visa while I'm on a vacation overseas.

If they do, would I be not able to come back into US, or would they at least give me a few days to pack up my stuff?

Any advice and comments would be appreciated.

Thank you for your time.
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I think they can fire you at anytime, even when you are in the US. I wouldn't withhold my vacation plans for the fear of getting fired while you are on vacation. If you get fired while you are there, you can apply for a visitor visa to come and pack your stuff. It is a very valid reason for you to come back.
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