I am currently on OPT valid till July 2014. Employer filed for H1B but client location got changed soon after H1B was filed. H1B got approved based on old client location and employer will file for LCA & H1B amendment for new client location. Currently I am working on the new Client location.
My question: Is it OK if employer files LCA & amendment for new Client location after OCT 1st as my H1B is based on previous Client location? Or should I ask my employer to file LCA & amendment for new Client location and get it approved before Oct 1st?
Why are you asking us? Talk to the employer's immigration attorney who processed the H1b. They are paid, among other things, to provide you with the explanations.
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You sound like a very educated and sophisticated person who knows that it is impossible to substitute with Avvo a competent immigration law counsel , right?
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Work with the attorney who has been filing this paperwork.
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