my question is
1. The approved LCA is for California and now I am going to Michigan. so do i need to transfer the LCA?
2. will there be any issues if i go to Michigan state with California LCA approved
You do not have to do anything. However, your employer's attorney does. A new LCA for Michigan needs to be filed, and perhaps, an amended H-1B petition should be submitted to the USCIS.
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1) Yes, of course, your EMPLOYER'S immigration lawyer needs to take care of that requirement;
2). Of course there will be, your employer would be impermissibly "contracting" you out, and may be found to have committed fraud when petitioning for you, if employer had no job for you as stated, but instead simply brought you under false promises to contract you out whenever the opportunity arises with a "client's project".
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