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Posted on 13 Jun 2017
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Going Half-Time for 3 Months

I am planning on doing a 3 months boot camp in Data Science which requires me to be on-site at the campus from 9 am to 5 pm. The course is related to my current job duties. My employer has agreed to give me a part-time role in the same capacity as I currently am for the duration of the course as it was my initiative to do the course. Does that impact my I-140 case? I filed concurrently and my priority date is November 17, 2016.

User's Location: Castle Rock, Colorado, United States of America
Category: Employment-based Green Card
Posted on 14 Jun 2017
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