JDSupra (03/05/2012) Pam Prather
In the past, information technology companies that moved their H-1B eligible workers from one work location to another simply applied for a new Labor Condition Application. However, that is no longer adequate. Companies now must report any change or addition of work location to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services through an H-1B Amendment. Companies that fail to file an H-1B Amendment risk receiving a Notice of Intent to Revoke an already approved H-1B petition.
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