Preconceived intent of what? You'd be applying for a green card, and so your intent is clear from the nature of the application--you have an intent to become, once again, a permanent resident.
I suppose it could be problematic if you were previously a green card holder here, and then you were applying for a nonimmigrant visa. There might be a reasonable suspicion that you were taking a shortcut to resuming your residency in the U.S.
But in your scenario, the person is actually applying for residency. So it shouldn't be an issue.
Does that make sense? Or perhaps I didn't understand your question completely?
What you are alluding to is irrelevant and will have no effect whatsoever on the merits and final outcome of EB-2 green card petition and application process. Rest assured.
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