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  1. Hello EL2018, My situation is similar to yours. Is it correct & legal for one to work beyond 240 days based on Amended petition? Please let me know. Appreciate your responses. Thanks.
  2. Thanks Jairichi for the reply. But in my case will I be eligible for 1 year extension or not. Since my PERM is approved and the I-140 is filed but it is not pending for more than 365 days.
  3. Hi Experts, I will be completing my H1B 6th year in November second week. My PERM was filed before completion of 5th year and it is approved recently. I filed I140 in regular processing on the advice of my employer. Now the big question is am I am eligible for 1 year extension. If yes, will it be based on: PERM approved and filed before 365 days. Or. PERM approved (filed before 365 days) and pending I140. Please advice. I checked other posts in this forum and found that one will be eligible for extensions beyond 6th year based on following rules. A PERM labor certification application has been filed and is pending (but not yet approved) for 365 days = eligible for a 1 year H-1B visa extension. A PERM labor certification application has been approved and a subsequent I-140 petition has been filed and is pending (but not yet approved) for 365 days = eligible for a 1 year H-1B visa extension. A PERM labor certification application has been approved and a subsequent I-140 petition has been approved (and priority date is not yet current) = eligible for a 3 year H-1B visa extension. I will not be eligible based on 1 & 3 points. But point 2 is what confuses me. Does point 2 mean that even I140 should be filed before 365 days and is pending? Please clarify. Thanks.
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