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  • linda can u help?

    hi everybody
    I have processed i-485 based on employment. received EAD 180 days ago. if I change my employemnt now according to the rule , will it be possible for my employer to take away the sponsorship and use that approved labor for someone else.? I n that case do i have to start the whole green card process again?
    thx
    waiting for a reply

  • #2
    hi everybody
    I have processed i-485 based on employment. received EAD 180 days ago. if I change my employemnt now according to the rule , will it be possible for my employer to take away the sponsorship and use that approved labor for someone else.? I n that case do i have to start the whole green card process again?
    thx
    waiting for a reply

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    • #3
      please, advise anyone!

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      • #4
        yes,u cant change ur employer cause they the one who sponserd u here.it is just as bad as if u get married to a us citizen and then get divorced.u should have asked a lawyer before making such a big mistake.there is a big chance u might get deported if u come from some of these countries on the ins black list now.tough luck.

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        • #5
          i think ur employer always submits a letter to the INS saying u not working for them any more.if u been working for them less than 5 years u be deported.

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          • #6
            well,what kind of work u do?how long u been working in america?what country u come from?how old r u?all that can help u petition to stay in america.

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            • #7
              By sponsoring you your employer has had to prove that there are no citizens/Americans willing/able/available to perform your job. That is not only time consuming, but expensive for your employer. In my opinion you have a responsibility to remain with that employer to repay him/her for these efforts to employ you. I would not advise your switching employers right now - you need to stay with your sponsoring employer until the process is complete. After that it is up to you how long you will stay with that company.

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