Hello, I am on L1-B and my organization wants to process my Green Card. Once GreenCard application is placed with USCIS or other agency (I dont know) may I work from different location under the same organization? Should my organization notify USCIS of change of location etc?
the restrictions on L1-B holder like using proprietary tools, reporting to manager from same organization etc still needs to be followed after starting the GC process?
You are confusing a couple of immigration requirements. Firstly, as an L-1B, your Employer will have to file and seek approval of a PERM Labor Certification. Forth most part, those Certifications are job location sensitive. So timing does become an issue. If your contemplated permanent employment is some other location, they should start with that location indicated as the area of intended employment. If they are contemplating an immediate change, then they will first have to amend your L-1B Finally, there are issues like licenses of technology and confidentiality agreements which might impact on where you can work. Good luck.
I think you should ask the organization's attorney this question. In general, you could.
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You are bound to work at the location stated in the FORM I-129L petition. If you and your employer decide to change the location of your employment, the employer must "notify" USCIS by filing another FORM I-129L to amend. The PERM will indicate a certain location where you will be employed now or in the future. If the job position is no longer available at the stated location, the employer will need to file another PERM. However, these are issues for the company's immigration attorney to resolve on your and the company's behalf.
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