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nivas2010

Can a company file I-140 even after employee quits?

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Hi,

Here is the situation of my friend: Please help.

 

He has have approved I-140 from company A on EB3.

He moved to company B and they applied for PERM and it got audited and denied(even after replied for the query), they applied 2nd time and it got audited again and pending.

 

In this scenario, if he leave the company B, and if PERM is approved, can they(company B) file I-140 even if he already left the company?

 

Does one need to be in the company to file for I-140?

 

if they can't file I-140, what happens to the approved PERM and how it can be used?

Please clarify

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Why would they file an I-140 if he quit?

Him quitting shows that he doesn't want to work there...

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In this scenario, if he leave the company B, and if PERM is approved, can they(company B) file I-140 even if he already left the company?

Yes that's possible.

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