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mahimahi

I-140/Priority Date

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Hi Murthy ji/All,

1)I applied I-140 from Company A on April 1,2011 and waiting for approval. Now i got offer from Company B. How and when i can use my priority date.

2)Can Company A continue GC process even if i move to company B ?

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Mahi

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please consult a lawyer.

GC is for future employment, as long as permanent job position offers remains open for your petition, company A can continue your GC process.

you will need to have an approved I-140 to retain/port PD when you change employer, you will need to start GC from start.

Originally posted by mahimahi:

Hi Murthy ji/All,

1)I applied I-140 from Company A on April 1,2011 and waiting for approval. Now i got offer from Company B. How and when i can use my priority date.

2)Can Company A continue GC process even if i move to company B ?

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Thanks

Mahi

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what about the job title, location and salary to use the priority date. Does it need to be same or since we have to start whole GC process we no need to worry ?

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I am in the same kind of situation. My question is once the I 140 is approved, can I retain the PD or does the employer has the right to withdraw the petition?

Any valuable inputs are welcome

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please consult a lawyer.

no, job requirements can be different when porting PD.

Originally posted by mahimahi:

what about the job title, location and salary to use the priority date. Does it need to be same or since we have to start whole GC process we no need to worry ?

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please consult a lawyer.

I-140 is employer's petition and they have the right to withdraw it any time without your consent.

Originally posted by Scorpio811:

I am in the same kind of situation. My question is once the I 140 is approved, can I retain the PD or does the employer has the right to withdraw the petition?

Any valuable inputs are welcome

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