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Madhavi Savitha

H1B stamping in India, Clarification required

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My employer has filed my H1B petition as in-house project in their company.

My H1B is approved and am yet to go for stamping in India.

 

My employer is asking me to work for a new client instead of in-house project. 

I have got client letter as well from the new client.

 

Here is my question:

1.) My H1B petition was filed as in-house project. Can I go for stamping with the new client letter instead of in-house project? Will there be any issues?

2.) Will there be any rejection if I go for stamping as in-house project (I mean, if I don't have any client letter) ?

 

Please clarify

 

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My employer has filed my H1B petition as in-house project in their company.
My H1B is approved and am yet to go for stamping in India.
 
My employer is asking me to work for a new client instead of in-house project. 
I have got client letter as well from the new client.
 
Here is my question:
1.) My H1B petition was filed as in-house project. Can I go for stamping with the new client letter instead of in-house project? Will there be any issues?
2.) Will there be any rejection if I go for stamping as in-house project (I mean, if I don't have any client letter) ?

1) Was your petition approved? If you are working for new client why you are thinking about in house project?

2) Again if you answer 1 you will get the answer for 2

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Here is my question:
1.) My H1B petition was filed as in-house project. Can I go for stamping with the new client letter instead of in-house project? Will there be any issues?
2.) Will there be any rejection if I go for stamping as in-house project (I mean, if I don't have any client letter) ?
 

You need H1 amendment. That's the only option.

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