My employer will be filing the Labor Certification (PERM) as soon as I approved the ETA 9089 form which they have filled out and sent to me. But I'm planning to travel back to my country in next month. I saw that we have to fill out the I-94 information also in the form. But once I traveled back and returned , my I-94 information will be changed. So is it possible to submit the 9089 form with my old I-94 information now ? Can we even travel during PERM filing process ? Currently I've H1B visa (no stamp needed) which is valid till 2014. Please provide me some suggestions.
Yes you can travel. Details should be asked about from your employer's attorney
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So is it possible to submit the 9089 form with my old I-94 information now?
Yes. It is current information while you stay in the U.S.
Can we even travel during PERM filing process ?
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Your employer needs to retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise them, and handle the case. Your employer can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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