H1b approved for in house project working in client

Hi my H1b got approved for inhouse project, invitation letter sent to uscis also mentioned only inhouse project.

My LCA work location is my employer location. But I am working as government contractor from employer location.

I am going for visa interview. This is my first h1 extension expiring in august 2020.

  1. Can I say I am working in two projects from employer location. one in inhouse project and another in government project from employer location

  2. Do i need amend my h1b petition for working in government project or new lca is required? My location has not changed for client project. Both are in same msa.

  3. what are the project document required for in house project?

  4. My client manager in government office would give same description and sign his signature with details in plain document not in government agency letter head for client letter. do I need client letter in letter head?

  5. Shall I say only in house project for a safe boat. Its product based company I do work in that project also.

Hi @sht

You definitely need to file an H1B amendment to show both projects and their itinerary to show how much time you spend on each project.

You have a high risk of form 221g issuance if you go for H1B visa stamping.

All your in-house project documents and client letter is required to prove your work. But, going without an h1B amendment is high risk and i would not suggest it.

Thanks @Anil_Gupta for your reply. What if I go for interview with in house projects alone? I will take project requirement doc, design document, timeline, status and org charts. Do I need anything for inhouse project document?

Hi @sht

I would still say that you have high chance of getting form 221g.

Anyways, if your H1B has been approved for in-house project, you have no other option but to present internal project’s documents for visa stamping.

Can you share what happened in your situation

Can you pls share what happen in this case?

Ist appproved or get 221G in inhouse project shown?