I travel mostly on behalf of my organization. And have been traveling to SE Asia, Europe & recently to the US.
I travelled to the US(NY) for the first time on a B1/B2 visa in the 1st week of May to return back in the 1st week on June approximately a month. No issues on this trip. No date for exit written on entry stamp.
I had to travel again to US (NY) in the month of July again for a period of around 30 days. But the immigration officer felt that I should be travelling on an L1 instead of a B1 since I am staying for longer duration in the US. He referred me for secondary screening where the officer after checking the purpose of my visit allowed me to enter and stamped my entry with just B1 written in red ink with no date for exit written. He checked with me the date when I would be returning but did not write s duration on my stamp. However he warned me that if I undertake a similar trip they would deport me and cancel my Visa. When I asked for what he meant by a similar trip I did not receive an answer.
Now I am required to travel to US again for a week in 2nd week of September and I am not sure if this qualifies as a similar travel. I am travelling on behalf of the same organization to visit a different client in a different city and this time staying only for a maximum of 1 week.
I have a multiple entry B1/B2 visa valid till 2027 Port of entry for 1st visit: JFK ( flying BA via London) Port of entry for 2nd visit : Abu Dhabi ( flying Etihad via Abu Dhabi)
Would appreciate informed suggestions as to can I travel. I have stayed for around 63 days this year in the US. None of my entry stamp have a duration of stay mentioned. I have stuck to my travel plans stated while questioned by the CBP.