You probably do not need to file an amendment petition if your job duties do not change.
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At a minimum, you employer needs to have a valid LCA for the new location.
Your employer really should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case.
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There are no provisions to amend LCAs. You will need to file a new H1-B petition with that new LCA.
The same $1500/$750 fee that your employer originally paid ($750/employee if the employer has less than 25 full-time quivalent employees) will likely apply. Your employer will probably not need to pay the $500 fraud fee because you are not changing employers.
You should check to see whether your employer already has an LCA for the new worksite. If your employer already has that LCA, then your transfer to that worksite may not require an amended petition.
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