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  • sup
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    A green card = permanent residency. The only restriction on a permanent residency I know of is a 2yr conditional restriction if it's based on marriage to a USC/LPR. If you fulfill citizenship residency requirements there won't be any problems naturalizing no matter where you work.

    Wish, here's a link that explains EB-1 requirements: http://uscis.gov/graphics/howdoi/eligibility.htm

    Cheers.

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  • geo1274
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    Hi wish,

    I have my green card already

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  • Wish
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    hi geo i am interested in this kind of visa. when does your card expire? when are you suppose to apply for your green card?

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  • geo1274
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    Hi I received EB1 green card 6 months ago. I am considering career change. Is there any requirement that i have to continue to work in my field? Is this going to be a problem during naturalization.

    Any insight will be helpfull.

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  • geo1274
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    Hi I received EB1 green card 6 months ago. I am considering career change. Is there any requirement that i have to continue to work in my field? Is this going to be a problem during naturalization.

    Any insight will be helpfull.
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