I am currently on H1B visa working in Sunnyvale California. My husband and me are planning to relocate to Texas. My manager has agreed for me to work from Texas as a remote worker. My green card processing has started by the same company. It is currently in the PERM processing stage.
Not at this stage in the case it will not.
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It would not be advisable for you to relocate before the processing is complete. Please talk to your company counsel.
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Why won't the attorney filing the PERM address this issue?
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