Did you file for a change of status, or an extension?
Did you file before your I-94 expired?
You filed for an extension, before your I-94 expired and have the receipt, you should be fine.
If not, you may want to talk to the L-1 lawyer that did the paperwork.
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You should not have any problems traveling domestically (in the US). There is no way to know if you will be questioned, but just be prepared.
Bring proof of your petition and your spouse's L-1 documents.
Now can I travel within US?
Will there be any problem in the airport?
No attorney can guarantee that you can travel risk free.
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I used to live in Bloomington. It is a beautiful town. You can travel within the U.S.
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You should be able to travel within the US without problem, assuming that your attorney filed your I-539 while you were in lawful status. I agree with my colleagues though, that no immigration attorney can guarantee you 100%. Make sure you carry supporting documents - talk to your attorney before travel.
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