After my U.S. employer filed a PERM for me, I was transferred overseas on a temporary assignment. My PERM was recently approved. Can the I-140 be filed now, or do I have to be in the U.S. when the I-140 is filed?


Typically, there is no need to be in the U.S. when an I-140 is filed. (27.Jul.2022)

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