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I-140 Amendments

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This week, Murthy Law Firm attorneys will answer questions regarding changes that require I-140 amendments.  

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I have I-140 Approved by company A. I joined Company B with that I-140 and got H1B extended for 3 years and my PERM is in Progress with Company B. I have an offer from Company C. Can company C extend my H1B with Company A's I-140? Does 180 day rule apply for Company B, in case my I-140 gets approved through Company B? 

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On 5/10/2019 at 11:22 AM, inbhagan said:

Is it possible to amend I-140 approval from EB2 to EB3 category without going thru new PERM process?

Yes, as long as the job offer is still valid with that I-140 sponsor, generally someone with an approved I-140 for EB2 can refile the I-140 and request EB3. 

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On 5/13/2019 at 6:50 AM, gsnit said:

I have I-140 Approved by company A. I joined Company B with that I-140 and got H1B extended for 3 years and my PERM is in Progress with Company B. I have an offer from Company C. Can company C extend my H1B with Company A's I-140? Does 180 day rule apply for Company B, in case my I-140 gets approved through Company B? 

Provided the I-140 with company A was valid for at least 180 days and, if withdrawn, not prior to January 17, 2017, you can use that I-140 with company C to request H1B time beyond the normal six year limitation (and provided your priority date is not current). 

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