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Old 07-07-2015, 04:06 PM
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Default H1 -> H4 COS and H4 stamping question

My wife was on H4 but converted to H1 and worked for a few months. On her passport, she has the H4 visa stamp till mid 2016.

She has applied for her H4 COS, with the intention of pursuing the EAD. However, we need to travel abroad urgently.

Can she travel out of country now, abandon the COS and be allowed back in on her H4 stamping along with my h1 approval copy?

Thank you!
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