Hi i was in California working for Employer 1 and Client 1 in Los Angeles, and i moved to Client 2 Seattle but with same employer(No ammendment applied), now i got contract (3 mo) to hire offer from Client 1( same clienti got my h1b approved but different location San Francisco). Now i want to know if my employer really needs to do the amendment because after 3 months Client 1 will sponsor h1b transfer anyway as full time employee?
Correction:Now i want to know if my ^ EMPLOYER1 really needs to do the amendment because after 3 months Client 1 will sponsor h1b transfer anyway as full time employee?
A determination as to whether or not an amendment is required cannot be made through Avvo.
Your employer needs to retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise them, and handle the case. Your employer can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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I agree with Charles. More so, whether an amendment is to be filed is an employer's call and responsibility. I am assuming they have attorneys advising them on H-1B filings.
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