I am trying to apply for a job. I just wanna know if I will have any problems with my SS card.
No, you cannot. You are only eligible to work for the employer who sponsored your H-1B visa. If you work for anyone else, you will violate your H-1B. If you want another job, you may be able to file for a concurrent H-1B with the second employer. But a SS card is not a general authorization for employment.
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You can work for your H-1B petitioner. That is the only employer you may lawfully work for.l
As the card states, you need DHS authorization to work. Your H-1B only authorizes work with the employer who filed it.
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No because the DHS work authorization in your case is an H1B and that status is employer, job and location specific.
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