There is no reason it cannot be approved, as long as you can show you can support yourself without working without authorization. There is no law against interviewing for jobs, but that is not a basis for a B2, since it evidences an intent to change to another status.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
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If all this a maneuver to get more time to stay here between statuses, do not do that, it will be considered visa fraud eventually in a very unexpended context. DO talk to an experienced immigraiton lawyer. You might be glad you did. Your potentially life changing decision as this one is worth the investment, I am sure.
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