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  1. I have a generic question. If an employee has both I140 EB2 and I140 EB3 approved with company A. Later filed I485 through EB3 I140 and received EAD. Questions: 1. If the employee transfers to Company B on H1B. If the dates in EB2 become current, Can Company B directly interfile without a new EB2 based I140 approved? Can Company B reuse Company A's approved I140 to interfile? What is the procedure in this case? 2. If the employee transfers to Company B with the underlying EAD from EB3 I485 pending AOS. Can Company B directly interfile without new EB2 based I140 approved, in a sense can Company B use the Company A's approved I140 in EB2 category? What is the procedure in the case?
  2. I have a generic question. If an employee has both I140 EB2 and I140 EB3 approved with company A. Later filed I485 through EB3 I140 and received EAD. Questions: 1. If the employee transfers to Company B on H1B. If the dates in EB2 become current, Can Company B directly interfile without a new EB2 based I140 approved? Can Company B reuse Company A's approved I140 to interfile? What is the procedure in this case? 2. If the employee transfers to Company B with the underlying EAD from EB3 I485 pending AOS. Can Company B directly interfile without new EB2 based I140 approved, in a sense can Company B use the Company A's approved I140 in EB2 category? What is the procedure in the case?
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    Travel with old employer Visa stamped

    No. You don't need to go for visa stamping again as long as you have a valid visa stamped. Till the last day of the validity on your visa you can enter US without prejudice even though you are not working for that employer provided you can verify your employment with any other US employer when you are entering US with new I797. But make sure you get the approved I797 before leaving the country. Visa stamping is only required if the date on your visa expires.
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