Just one more thing, then does this mean all the "it will be problematic when you apply for citizenship unless you stay for 6 months" just an internet myth?
I don't have citizenship yet, I have the GC right now. I needed to provide documentation regarding the company like business model, certificate of incorporation, bank statements and financial situation.
Was there anything you had to document in order to prove your intent? Also did you end up getting the citizenship without any setbacks?
Just to clarify, I too have green card.
If you google online https://www.google.com/search?q=leave+company+after+green+ca... most people talk about the "6 months rule".
Basically they're saying it's ok to leave immediately as long as you don't apply for citizenship. The problem arises when it's time for citizenship and they blame us for being a fraud. Were you aware of this?
"No, you are not stuck at all. As long as your intent - and the intent of your employer - at the time that your green card application was filed was to work for the company in the sponsored position, you can leave at any time after getting your green card."