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Old 02-04-2009, 02:45 PM
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Hi,

I am in the 485 stage, under EB2 India, but my spouse born in UAE. SO I can cross charge to UAE based on spouse country of Birth. My Employer agrees to files the AOS papers and forwarded to attorney but attorney is not yet agreed to proceed with the processing. He was telling that there is risk in this and need a close attention.


Any advice appreciated.

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It's not clear what you really mean.

You say your employer has agreed to file your AOS papers but has not agreed to proceed with the processing. Isn't that one and the same?

Besides you should ask for exactly what the risk is.

Maybe hiring your own immigration attorney or a consult is the best to get your facts straight.
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It's not clear what you really mean.

You say your employer has agreed to file your AOS papers but has not agreed to proceed with the processing. Isn't that one and the same?

Besides you should ask for exactly what the risk is.

Maybe hiring your own immigration attorney or a consult is the best to get your facts straight.
I corrected that. It is the attorney who didn't give a positive sign yet
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Hmmm... your attorney needs to spell out exactly what the risk is.

Cross chargeability is a perfectly legal thing to do while applying for your green card. So as long as you have your papers in order, not sure what the problem is.

Ask him for details and maybe you should get a consult with another good attorney who's getting paid by you (not your employer) to make sure you aren't getting ripped off.
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