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Old 07-25-2009, 03:32 PM
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Default Lawyer:PERM question?

I am planning on accepting a full time position at client.I did not start with them yet. Client's lawyer is planning on applying for the PERM application and recruitment has already finished. My question is
Since I am yet to join the client, should the question in PERM application "Has the job been offered to foreign national " be set to Yes or No. Clients lawyer says we can leave it as "No"(Since I did not start with them yet) but chances of getting Denial because of this question are high. Should I join the client and then file for PERM or Is it OK to set it as "No" and hope it will get approved.I am planning on joining the client in couple of months.
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The answer should be "yes". The job should be offered to foreign national for processing his/her PERM or GC. However, the job can be accepted by FN, only after USCIS authorization. That authorization can be either H1 or EAD or GC itself. In other words, you can accept the job even after getting GC; however, in order to process your GC, there should be always a job offer for you from sponser right from begining(PERM LC).
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Thanks Ramba. But do you think it is going to trigger an audit since we already filed the application with "No".
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