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Risk of GC Processing without joining that company these days?

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Posted by kumar8149 (3) 25 Sep 2010#1
Hi All

I need your advise very urgently.

I am consultant and right now I am working for a desi consultancy company. My desi consultancy company is about to start Green Card processing for me UNDER EB2 CATEGORY.


But now, I got a full time opportunity to work for a top Fortune 100 company. But there is a TWIST. This fortune 100 company will do Green card in EB3 category for me and that too after 2 years from now.

I am planning to join this full time company, but start Green card processing with another desi consultancy for Future Employment without joing that desi consultancy company.

But the problem is some people are warning me that clearance of I-140 will be very difficult these days if I do Green card processing with desi consultancy without joining them.

Please advise what should I do? Shall I go ahead and take this full time opportunity or should I stick with the current employer (desi consultancy) and start Green processing under EB2 with them.

Plz plz...I have to tell Yes or No to Fortune 100 company ASAP.
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Posted by schintala (199) 27 Sep 2010#2
to kumar8149:

GC is for future employment. You can continue to work with another employer if the GC is sponsered with other employer. Only thing is employer has to prove the financial ability to pay and provide job offer is still there when you file for I485.
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Posted by sahilgupta27 (1) 21 Dec 2011#3
to kumar8149:

Hi Kumar,

Hope everything went good for you for your GC. As it is quite some time you posted this email, wanted to know how things went for you or are going. I am also looking for this kind of arrangement so I can be benefited from your experience.

Thanks
SG
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Posted by VATiger (18) 15 Feb 2012#4
Hi Kumar,
just wondering if you went for future employment option with other company...i am in the same boat and thinking of filing my gc with other company. Please let me know if you have any updated on this, it will surely help me deciding
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Posted by life2010 (507) 22 Dec 2014#5
to VATiger:

Nothing against the poster and not trying to be rude.; But

I am just curious and never understood this concept: Especially for Indians- Non Concurrent dates. GC Takes 4-5 years. Do you think, once you get GC, you will work for this company really? Also what are chances that the same position and even the employer will have a need after 4-5 years. in USA market changes 6-8 months and company models are changing every year.

i would be interested to know how many people were successful at this and did they ever really work later for the GC company?
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Posted by Orochimaru (209) 11 Aug 2017#6

Nothing against the poster and not trying to be rude.; But

I am just curious and never understood this concept: Especially for Indians- Non Concurrent dates. GC Takes 4-5 years. Do you think, once you get GC, you will work for this company really? Also what are chances that the same position and even the employer will have a need after 4-5 years. in USA market changes 6-8 months and company models are changing every year.

i would be interested to know how many people were successful at this and did they ever really work later for the GC company?

to life2010:



More like 40-50 years.
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