Hi, I work for a employer-client-vendor model company. My H1b was filed in april 2014 and now I got an RFE for submitting SOW(statement of work).
My H1B petition was filed when I was for working for a project with Client "A" but now when I got the RFE I switched to client "B".
I have an SOW with client B which is valid till March 2014, but dont have a valid SOW of client A.
ALL THROUGH MY EMPLOYER REMAINS THE SAME THOUGH THE VENDOR HAS CHANGED.
Will my case be approved or is there high risk of denial
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Talk to the employer's immigration attorney. it is their job to deal with it not yours.
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Your employer absolutely 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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