My restaurant applied a green card for a person , with a contract to work for me as a chef for one year. Once he received the green card, he only worked for me for one month then went to work for an IT company which is in completely different field. Is there anything I can do to revoke him green card because he breaks the contract?
Can my company sue him?
I changed this to immigration. I will bet You did not apply for a green card.. you may have sponsored him for a visa.
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He did not necessarily break the contract with you. A candidate can terminate an employment at any time. However, his actions can be construed as inconsistent with what is stated on USCIS AOS application. He got his green card based on his intention to work for you and so if he quit to pursue a different career, USCIS may want to question it.
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