You got your B1 visa to work in the U.S.? Is it a B1 in lieu of H1b? If there is a new employer, it seems to me you would need a new visa and to qualify again for the B1 in lieu of H1b.
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I believe you will need a new visa.
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I agree with my colleague.
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