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Green Card with Future employment

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I am working for employer A and employer B is willing to sponsor my green card based on future employment. I am in the 4th year of H1B and employer A is asking me to wait for another 1 year. I was wondering is it worth for me to ask employer B to start the GC.

 

Does anyone on this forum have experience with GC-future employment?

 

I would appreciate any inputs/thoughts. Is it good? Are there any issues? What are the pros and cons.

 

Thanks!!

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No issues in there. Your employer B can surely sponsor your GC...also at the same time employer A can sponsor too.

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Does anyone on this forum have experience with GC-future employment?

GC is for future employment.  All GC's are for future employment.

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Thank you for the answers. I appreciate that.

 

I have one more question. Say employer B files a GC but employer A does not. What will happen when I reach the max 6 year limit and I am still employed with employer A.

 

What will be process then? Will employer A able to file for H1B extension? I need to inform employer A about B processing the GC?

 

That is confusing. Thanks for your answers.

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Thank you for the answers. I appreciate that.

 

I have one more question. Say employer B files a GC but employer A does not. What will happen when I reach the max 6 year limit and I am still employed with employer A.

 

What will be process then? Will employer A able to file for H1B extension? I need to inform employer A about B processing the GC?

 

That is confusing. Thanks for your answers.

If your I-140 is approved with employer B based on that employer A can file for 3 year extension. If PERM or I-140 is pending for more than a year then A can file for 1 year extension.

No need to inform employers about other GC process.

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If employer B's I-140 gets approved within 6 yrs H1b, then employer A can extend your H1B based on employer B's 140.

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Thanks everyone for your answers.

 

So A can file extension based on B's I-140 approval. Do I need to share any documents of B with A for A to do file H1 extn beyond 6 years.

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Thanks everyone for your answers.

 

So A can file extension based on B's I-140 approval. Do I need to share any documents of B with A for A to do file H1 extn beyond 6 years.

Yes, I-140 approval notice.

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