Rules and regulations aside, from a practical point of view, given the CSC's abysmal record of case denials, anti small business mentality and its firmly entrenched "culture of NO", I would do anything in my power not to file the case in CA, but in Vermont instead.
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"Client site"????? I hear warning bells already. This appears to be a job-shop vendor-client type of relationship.
They are highly suspect in the eyes of Immigration.
Don't file any papers without hiring a very experienced immigration attorney.
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Actually, I agree completely with attorney Behar. I am sorry that this kind of politics finds its way into case adjudication, but calling things by their name is morally admirable and professionally correct thing to do. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that if you do file in Vermont the case will not be eventually transfered to CSC.
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