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Old 03-02-2016, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by vikastaneja View Post
I am on H1B visa. My current employer is starting green card process. One of my previous employer (say A) quoted as 30th of a month while my start date of next employment (say employer B) was 21st of the same month. Employer A pays for full month irrespective of when an employee leaves the company during that month. Would this be a problem in green card process - at any stage - PERM, I140, I485 or adjustment of status??

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I dont think so. You did leave on the 21st and join employer B. You cannot change policy of employer A. No worries. This thing typical comes up in I-485 as proof of continuous lawful presence and that typically is governed by I-797s/I-94s of all H-1B petitions. PERM is independent of your employer history and I-140 just looks at your experience as it relates to the job. Make sure you employer A writes your employment date ended on 21st.
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