Another H-1 approval without end-client letter

We have just received another H-1 approval for an end-client placement.  There were two intervening vendors and the end-client declined to provide a letter stating that there is no requirement in law for them to provide any such letter.  We had to get together convincing secondary evidence.  I was highly doubtful we will get the approval, but we did.  So, despite the January 8 memo from USCIS, there is life yet for consulting industry.

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