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Old 02-28-2009, 04:40 PM
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Default Travelling to Client worksite outside state need new LCA?

Hi,

I am on H1B visa staying in Missouri state and my employer location is the same county. I recently got a project outside Missouri and client worksite is in Arizona. I am expected to travel Monday to Thursday from Missouri to client worksite but not required to move to Arizona. In this case where I am travelling does my employer need to file for LCA amendment? I have come across posts that if you move to a new worksite you might need LCA amendment but not sure in this case where I am travelling every week.

Your quick response would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 02-28-2009, 06:19 PM
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Why take risk ? File an LCA.
Anyway LCA is tied to work location, so you probably will have to file an LCA. --My guess
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You DO NEED an LCA with a new job location.
It is a fast online process. I seriously recommend that you do it.
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Old 03-01-2009, 03:33 PM
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Default Advice please ....

I was moved from state (A) to another state (B) along with Client 'Y' four years back...and my Employer didn't filed for H1 amendment at that time, but my payroll was running from State B with same salary. I was not aware of this rule to file an amendment for change in job location and I dont know even employer is aware of that or not.

After three years I got EAD and I Employed by Company X in state B.

My question is....what are my options and problems for not being filed H1 Amendment four years back.?

Please advice.
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Old 03-01-2009, 06:45 PM
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There is nothing you can do now. You cannot change the past. Realistically there is only a very small probability that it will become an issue at 485 approval stage.

Even otherwise, this was Employer's responsibility, not yours, to keep your LCA updated.
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