My H1B petition filed in (Oc 2012) had a higher salary than that of the LCA. So now (Jan 2013)an amendment is filed to change the salary in the petition to be that of the same as in LCA. What are the chances that the amendment will be rejected? And based on the amendment date does the company need to pay me the higher salary from the date of original petition to the amendment?
Talk to the immigration lawyer filing these papers .... make a 'scene' if the company has someone in HR do this.
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Generally, a company filing an H-1B petition is required to comply with the attestations they made on the Labor Condition Application. Work with your HR to deal with the issue. Good luck.
Anything is possible.
Your employer needs to retain an experienced immigration lawyer, whether myself or one of my colleagues, to review all the facts, advise them, and handle the case.
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