My H1B is approved this year ,after I got RFE and now its finally got approved valid from Oct 2012 to sept 2013 . Here My concern is I changed the end client though my employer remains the same and I wanted to go out of country for a vacation and end client is ready to give client letter .Is there a risk involved in leaving the country , is there any chance of rejection while stamping since my client is changed after h1b approval.
I agree with Gen. Whenever there are major changes to the terms and conditions of your employment, your employer should seek an amendment to their petition. If the work location is not temporary, it may affect pay, requiring filing a new LCA, and has been considered by some Consulates to be major change in employment.
It is not uncommon for a Consulate to deny your visa based on these facts.
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