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Retrogression, priority dates and Visa bulletins Issues surrounding the retrogression of the priority dates for the various employment based categories

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Old 01-30-2007, 01:15 PM
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Default Labor Cert Question ?

If I have an approved labor and switch attorneys, is it mandatory for current attorney to hand over the approved labor and all relevant documents to the new attorney or can he choose NOT to give it ?

Just wanted to run it by you guys and seek your views on it. I do know that the LC is employer's property .

Thanks.
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Old 01-30-2007, 01:18 PM
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If I have an approved labor and switch attorneys, is it mandatory for current attorney to hand over the approved labor and all relevant documents to the new attorney or can he choose NOT to give it ?

Just wanted to run it by you guys and seek your views on it. I do know that the LC is employer's property .

Thanks.
You need your employer's approval, without them you cannot change the attorney. If employer's says yes, then you can switch attorney.
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Old 01-30-2007, 01:22 PM
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You need your employer's approval, without them you cannot change the attorney. If employer's says yes, then you can switch attorney.
Munna Bhai:

When you say "You need your employer's approval, without them you cannot change the attorney" Do you mean that they have to sign the new G28 forms ? Can you clarify ?

Thanks.
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Old 01-30-2007, 01:35 PM
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Default Verbal approval from employer is also fine

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Munna Bhai:

When you say "You need your employer's approval, without them you cannot change the attorney" Do you mean that they have to sign the new G28 forms ? Can you clarify ?

Thanks.
That will taken care in-between both the lawyers, but it is your employer who should be ready to accept this. I have one of my colleague who just requested employer and he hired new attorney and got all his papers moved.

So bottom line, employer should agree.
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