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  1. Hello, I have been reading all other posts regarding how to terminate/leave employer legally. There have been many cases I have read, however I didn't find one like I have where one is in. I am in first year of my Employment based GC process which was started in early 2011 - have I-140 approved and got H1B extended in December 2012 for another 3 yrs. I was married to GC holder in 2010 started GC process based on my spouse in 2010 October. Early this year my spouse became USC and I received my GC in 6months. When I started my Employment based GC process, my employer asked me to pay all the costs, i.e. for filing, H1b extension etc. I also did sign a contract with him, however he didn't sign it as he kept only one place to sign that is for me. Are GC contracts should be mutually signed, i.e. by employer and employee both? I would like to know, if I leave him will I be entitled to pay him or be taken to court??????.... as the contract states that if the employee receives GC through another source than employee has to pay this much amount to the company. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  2. Hello, I have been reading all other posts regarding how to terminate/leave employer legally. There have been many cases I have read, however I didn't find one like I have where one is in. I am in first year of my Employment based GC process which was started in early 2011 - have I-140 approved and got H1B extended in December 2012 for another 3 yrs. I was married to GC holder in 2010 started GC process based on my spouse in 2010 October. Early this year my spouse became USC and I received my GC in 6months. When I started my Employment based GC process, my employer asked me to pay all the costs, i.e. for filing, H1b extension etc. I also did sign a contract with him, however he didn't sign it as he kept only one place to sign that is for me. Are GC contracts should be mutually signed, i.e. by employer and employee both? I would like to know, if I leave him will I be entitled to pay him or be taken to court??????.... as the contract states that if the employee receives GC through another source than employee has to pay this much amount to the company. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  3. Hi, I need suggestion regarding whether it is ok to leave my employer or not. In December 2012, my 6years on H1b were getting over and I was married to a GC holder, who got USC in 2013 May. So I started Employment based GC process in EB3 and got i-140 approved, then had my H1B extended until 2015. As of today I got my GC through my marriage and would like to know how can I leave my employer? I do have signed a contract with him when he started my employment based GC process, however its only signed by me. Is it mandatory that the contract should be signed by my employer also and he would have send a copy to me? In addition, before starting the GC process he has sent me all the costs for applying GC, i.e. what the lawyer will be charging. He asked me to send checks at the company's name, i.e. my consulting company, and in turn my employer used to send it to the lawyer. I even paid for my H1b extension after I-140 approval, which was not to be refunded, as stated by my employer in the email. I was wondering, is it legal for an employee to bear all these costs? Will I be entitled to pay him money or be taken to court? Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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