I applied H1B extension through my employer in October2015 with job title Test Lead. I got RFE in April2016 requesting client invite letter and PO.My LCA job title is Lead Engineer.My role at Current company is Test Lead. But currently I work as Quality Engineer with my client, since client changed title to QE in Jan 2016. To reply RFE,I got client letter and the PO from client and it says "Quality Engineer". But last year my role was Test Lead.But there is no change in job functions of Test Lead and Quality engineer.Both are same.
Far too many changes/contradictions it seems here.. Pose these questions to your "employer"'s immigration attorney, or if one does not exist, then to an experienced independent attorney through a Skype consultation to that effect.
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It is always the option. Hence, discuss the matter form the employer's lawyer handling the extension.
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