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Work at client site, where to file LC?

Discussion in 'PERM' started by apache9, Apr 14, 2006.

  1. apache9

    apache9 New Member

    I am in a very unfortunate situation, and want to get some advice.

    I work for a company. The headquarters of the company is in California. I live in Iowa, and every week I travel to Ohio to work at client site.

    The company filed permanent labor certification in Ohio. The Ohio certifying officer refused to process the case because the company has no permanent office or other presence in Ohio. The case was eventually transferred to Dallas Backlog Elimination Center.

    I cannot file a new LC application, as I reply on the priority date of this case to file 7th year H1B extension.

    Will my case be denied simply because the company has no presence in Ohio?

    Please help!!! Thank you in advance.

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