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Desigirl79

Gc renewal/Citizenship application

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Hi 

I got my Gc through a company A.

but i was working in company B that time.My GC was approved but  i continued my employment in company B.

Now my GC is going to expire in 8 months.I never worked  company A aftrer GC approved, is going to be a  problem if i apply for GC renewal or Citizenship? 

Did anyone face the same kind of situation where i am now? What are the best options for me?

Appreciate you in advance.

Thanks.

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GC "renewal" is a formality. So is Naturalization in most cases. Your best option is to discuss the actual specifics of the matter with a Lawyer. How long was your AOS pending? When did you join B in this time frame?

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It will be difficult to predict but I would say there may not be an issue

My case (in case it gives any solace although it is slightly different than yours)

A company called A filed for my GC

I stayed with them for about 6 months after I got my GC and joined company B

Filed my Citizenship while working for a company B

The interview only asked where I currently work and never went into any details of if that was my GC sponsor

 

Hope your case also goes fine

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5 hours ago, pontevecchio said:

GC "renewal" is a formality. So is Naturalization in most cases. Your best option is to discuss the actual specifics of the matter with a Lawyer. How long was your AOS pending? When did you join B in this time frame?

There is a background check when the GC is renewed. That was a Murthy newsbrief in 2005 (http://murthy.com/news/n_carren.html I couldn't find it on their website anymore, but it is in the Web Wayback Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20111121003025/http://murthy.com/news/n_carren.html)

"In late November 2005, members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) reported that their clients have been experiencing enforcement action connected to the filing of I-90 forms to request new green cards. The reports indicate that permanent residents with outstanding warrants for their arrest have been arrested, detained, or issued Notices to Appear (NTAs) during I-90 interviews. "

So, it is possible that they check the employment history of the person. The OP indeed should consult with a good immigration lawyer.

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