Hi, can a company which had filed for bankruptcy in 2009 sponsor an employee for green card?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Yes, but they have to prove their ability to pay the wage offered in the labor certification.
The petitioner should be prepared to submit Federal Tax Returns & State & Federal Quarterly Wage Reports to USCIS (for the I-140 petition) in order to prove that they have been, & continue to be, profitable.
The Petitioner should have an experienced Immigration Attorney review their financial documentation before they go forward with an employment based case.
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