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Employer charging for greencard legal or illegal?
I signed an employment agreement stating that if I had to leave my employer before getting my Green Card that I will be liable for all the fees pertaining to the Green Card application which my employer has been paying for while I am been employed by him.
I have heard that an employer cannot hold Green Card fees over an employee. I also believe if anything, the fees owing should drop according to the length of time that the employee has worked for that employer.
I have been with my current employer for 4 years now and I wish to leave him but I do not want to pay him for the Green Card fees as I believe that should be a business expense to him.
I would just like to know what are my rights in the above case
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