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  1. #1

    Default I-140 Pending (Company Acquired)

    Hello
    I had an approved PERM (PD Jan 2009, India) from Company A (Approved in Oct 2009).
    Company A got acquired by company B (Successor- in- interest) on Feb 15th 2010.
    Somehow Company A lawyer was not well informed about the company A acquisition, he applied for my I-140 from company A on Feb 2, 2010. Now this I-140 got approved on Feb 22, 2010.
    So basically my I-140 was pending when company A got acquired by company B.
    It is Oct 2011 now. And i have following questions:
    1. Is my I-140 from company A is still valid?
    2. Should company B file an I-140 amendment with evidence of "successor in interest"?
    3. Or should we wait for the PD to get current and file I-485 from company B alongwith "successor in interest" documentation.

    I have read contradictory views on different websites. Please comment.
    Thanks a lot.

  2. #2

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    I am also in similar situation. please let me know if you found any info about this..

  3. #3

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    Hi,
    I am in exactly the same situation. Can you please let me know what happened to your case?

    thanks

  4. #4

    Default Ans

    Hello

    I am not a lawyer/Attorney but wen thr' similar situation. This is what may happen.

    1. Is my I-140 from company A is still valid?- ANS- ( Yes but Company B has to file I140 as a Successor in Interest inorder to get pass your I-485)

    2. Should company B file an I-140 amendment with evidence of "successor in interest"?
    ANS-(Yes)
    3. Or should we wait for the PD to get current and file I-485 from company B alongwith "successor in interest" documentation.
    ( It all depends how Company B wants to do it. Ideally most cases they will wait for PD to become current and then apply for 485 alongwith I-140 Successor Interest together concurrently. Applying I-140 now as Successor In Interest can also work but depends how compnay B wants to do it. Most Lawyers will advise to file together.

    Filing I-140 now can save the processing time of 6 to 8 months if you do it now. Talk to Company B lawyer and let them decide. In my case they filed together after PD became current .

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