My POE was LA and CBP officer did ask me that question.
My situation was I did not work for the original petitioner at that time.
If they don't ask, you don't tell. If they do then be honest. I told them that I do not work for original petitioner and the officer said that is fraud. You must be working for them. I politely told them that Employment Based GC is for future employment and I don't have to be working for them.
I was held hostage for 6 hours and was told to go to downtown office where they stamped AP.
The thing is there is no such laws which restricts you to be working for any employers as long as in good faith you can say that your intentions are to go and work for the petitioner employer. Although things can change along the way and anyone can utilize AC-21 rule and change jobs. It is just that it would serve as a faithful relationship if an employee is working for original petitioner so there is no ifs and buts about the employer-employee relationship after several years as it may take them forever to process I-485.
Originally Posted by absaarkhan
I have read here that the IO at the POE Does ask if you are still working for the
I would like to know how to handle this situation if anybody has Travelled on AP
after Invoking AC21 and changing the GC Sponsoring Employer.
Any 1 in this Situation Please Post your Experience