The GC has nothing to do with what status you are currently in, it requires you to have been employed abroad and in the U.S. for qualifying companies in a managerial or executive position. The company attorney who handled your L-1A and B can help you. Good luck!
Yes, your company should be able to sponsor you in the EB-1 category. Please see
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Yes, if your employer feels like applying for you. It's really up to your employer to make that decision.
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Yes, if you and your company meet the requirements.
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You company can sponsor you, but whether you will qualify for the EB1 classification will be dependent on how you served the qualifying company outside the U.S. prior to admission as an L1b and whether that service was in an executive or managerial capacity. Your company likely has an attorney who can explain this to you, or you may seek independent counsel to learn more about your options.
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