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12/28/2015: USCIS Proposes to Require Employers and Foreign Workers to Attest Existence of PERM Certified Jobs in Filing EB-485 or in Portability
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Address: Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Date Posted: Dec 29 2015
Website: http://www.immigration-law.com/
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12/28/2015: USCIS Proposes to Require Employers and Foreign Workers to Attest Existence of PERM Certified Jobs in Filing EB-485 or in Portability USCIS is in the process of rule-making to develop Supplement J form to EB-485 form which is required in two circumstances: (1) When I-485 application is "not" filed concurrently with the approved I-140 petition or (2) When porting the approved I-140 petition after 180 days of filing of I-485 application. When I-485 application is filed concurrently with the I-140 petition, the USCIS will not ask employers and foreign worker to submit this attestation form of Supplement J. This reform is intended to enhance integrity of EB-485 proceeding involving the employer's bona fide offer of the job and existence of the job, no matter whether the employer is the PERM and I-140 sponsored employer or new employer in portability situation. The foreign worker applicant will also have to make this attestation when EB-485 application is filed or when changing
 

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