The slightest misstep in the preparation of a PERM application will result in denial of either PERM or subsequently filed I-140 petition.
You should be qualified for the offered job prior to employment by the sponsoring employer. An immigration attorney will craft a job description that is valid and true, but at the same time the sponsored employee meets the minimum qualifications for the offered job. However, there must be a balance--the offered job should not be tailored to the employee's resume, as it is prejudicial to U.S. workers. Please consult with an experienced immigration for case-specific advice.
Have you discussed this with the lawyer doing the PERM papers?
Do so ... immediately.
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