H-1B status is approved initially for a period of up to three years. It can then be renewed for up to another three years. Thus, the usual duration of an H-1B worker's stay in the United States is a maximum of six years. After six years, H-1B beneficiaries must depart the U.S. for at least one year before qualifying again for H-1B status.
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However, the spouse can file I-539 to apply for change of status from H-1B to H-4 along with the principal spouse's 7th year extension petition, and USCIS will approve such application for change of status to H-4 even beyond the H-visa status limit of 6 years. In other words, the H-1B accompanying spouse cannot extend his/her own H-1B status ...