If I understand your question your situation sounds fine. The employr can send you anywhere in the U.S. where they have an LCA or overseas to work or not work. when you go to renew the H-1B or change employers you would need to explain any shortfall in the monies earned so if you dont' have that; no problem. I recommend you travel with a letter from the company that you are on assignment for them and returning to your employment so you won't have any border hassles.
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I agree with my colleague. You'll be OK.
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You get paid in U.S. when you are not physically in U.S. and you pay taxes in U.S. when you don't necessarily earn in the U.S.?
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To me, my colleague's answer rings true as well.
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