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Guillermo J. Senmartin, Esq.
Guillermo J. Senmartin, Esq., Immigration Lawyer
Category: Immigration Law
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Experience:  10+ years of experience in various aspects of U.S. Immigration Law.
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We are a food and catering company in San Francisco, CA. Are

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We are a food and catering company in San Francisco, CA. Are there catering projects in the government area which require the catering vendor to be run by a US citizen? If so, could you please provide one example?The rational behind my question is that I need to find out that if you have a disadvantage in your job (in my case it's a food and catering entrepreneur) if you are not a US citizen?

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What is your legal status in the U.S.?

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
The company is a c-corporation. The founder is a permanent resident (green card holder). If you already find a job that requires the company founder to be a US citizen and you can send me the link to that job, then I would already be more than satisfied.
Thank you!

I have never seen that as a requirement nor anything that gives a company a benefit to be run by a USC instead of an LPR. So I don't see any disadvantages for the company other than perhaps if the person is deported in the future, maybe the company would fall apart without the leadership of the LPR.

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