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EB1(a) Persons of Extraordinary Ability

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This week, Murthy Law Firm attorneys will answer questions regarding the EB1(a) green card category, which is reserved for persons of extraordinary ability.

If you have a general question, but do not wish to post it in the forum, you may reach a representative at the Murthy Law Firm via eMail. Please allow 3-to-5 business days for a response. Or, if you have case specific questions, please schedule a consultation with a Murthy Law Firm attorney.     

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On 1/16/2022 at 6:21 PM, pratibhapandhare@gmail.com said:


if my employer has filed my I-140 in EB1A and I have quit the employer and if my I-140 petition gets approved, what are my options? Can my current employer continue the petition and file my green card in same category? 

An EB1A is a self petition, therefore, provided you are still engaged in your field of extraordinary ability, the green card process can continue despite changes in your employment. 

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