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Filling Supplement J by another company

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Posted by khushraho (362) 13 Jan 2018#1
Just wondering is it possible for a third company to fill Supplement J if the current employer gets freaked out.

The third employer doesn't include the original sponsor. Fo example, if company A sponsored you, once you get EAD you joined Company B and currently working for them. But they are not ready for filling Supplement J. Is it possible for you to find a third company ( mostly a small consulting company) to fill out supplement J for you? Greencard is supposed to be future employment right?

Anyone did or thought about this possibility?
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Posted by GCwait2015 (618) 13 Jan 2018#2

Just wondering is it possible for a third company to fill Supplement J if the current employer gets freaked out.

The third employer doesn't include the original sponsor. Fo example, if company A sponsored you, once you get EAD you joined Company B and currently working for them. But they are not ready for filling Supplement J. Is it possible for you to find a third company ( mostly a small consulting company) to fill out supplement J for you? Greencard is supposed to be future employment right?

Anyone did or thought about this possibility?

to khushraho:



You can do that. Since Green Card is for future employment, you need to prove that you have a full-time job offer from a company in US to justify the GC. There is a checkkbox question in Form Supp-J:

Do you work for this company currently. Say No for this question and you should be fine. USCIS knows that this is for future employment and that you are not working for this company currently. Good luck !!
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Posted by khushraho (362) 13 Jan 2018#3
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Is that normal or Would that raise any red flags?
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Posted by babuct (124) 13 Jan 2018#4

Is that normal or Would that raise any red flags?

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It is not usual. But that has nothing to do with your case - as each case is unique.

Do you intend to take up the employment mentioned in the Supplement J? If that answer is "no", or "not sure" - then you will be committing fraud if you do what you mentioned. Don't to it!!

If you do intend to, then why not join the third employer right away? What is stopping you from joining them now (when they are signaling their "intent" by signing the "supplement-J")? That's not a question you need to answer to me, or in the forum - but potentially to the adjudicating officer.

So maybe one option you could consider is to just join them and have them sign your supplement J and stay with them for 6-mo past GC issuance!!

So - it boils down to a simple algorithm:
1. Do you intend to join the third employer once GC is issued? Can you reasonably demonstrate, with proper evidence, that intent to this adjudicating officer, and any future visa or immigration official who may ever come across your file?
If the answer to both is "Yes" - then go ahead!

2. If the answer to either is no, or not sure - then don't commit fraud!
There is no look-back period restriction for fraud. In theory, an USCIS officer (let's say next time Trump II comes in power and wants to strip all brown folks of citizenship that was fraudulently obtained) can strip you of all immigration benefits conferred any time due to fraud- 20/30/40 years down (e.g. when Trump 2 comes to power).

Ask yourself simple questions. "What is my intent" - for example! Once you are sure of something yourself, and know you are not committing fraud - go ahead!!
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Posted by khushraho (362) 13 Jan 2018#5
to babuct:

Good point.. gave me nice insights .. Thanks
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