If my end client refuses to give a letter, what is the risk for me to get an H1B in this cap season?


The end client’s refusal to give the letter makes the H1B case more difficult. We DO successfully file H1B cases for consultants using other proof of the end-client project – contracts, SOWs, purchase orders, etc. And, if there is enough other proof of what the individual is doing, the case has a fairly good chance of approval. But it is much easier if the end client provides a letter confirming the nature of the work, duration, and other key factors. (24.Feb.2014)

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