Is there a grace period to remain/exit the U.S. after the end of my H-1B?

Individuals in several immigration statuses, including H-1B, H-1B1, E-3 and TN, may be granted a grace period of up to 60 days if their employment is ended before their approved status validity period, as indicated on your I-94. The maximum duration of the grace period is 60 days or the expiration date of the underlying approval notice, whichever is shorter. Additionally, even if one’s employment does not end before their approved status validity period, they may be eligible for a 10-day grace period beyond the expiration of their employment authorization. This grace period is not automatic and has to be indicated on your I-94 record in order for someone to rely on it. USCIS provides an overview of options that may be available to individuals in non-immigrant statuses once their employment ends on its website.