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Porting Priority date from old employer to new employer.
 I have few concerns porting priority date from older employer to newer employer.
First PERM was filed on 2013 with employer A. PERM approved but I-140 denied. Second PERM was filed in 2016, PERM approved and I-140 approved as well. Quit employer A few years after i-140 approval.
Employer B about to file for PERM, i wanted to clarify few point before i initiate new process.

As i understand i can extended by H1-B on the approved I-140 for as long as my priority date is not current. Post which i have to file for new GC from Employer B.

1. Since i had one I-140 denial, if my I-140 from new employer get denial would i lose my old priority date i.e 2016 ? if so, how i can avoid that from happening
2. How long i can continue to extend my H1-B on old approved I-140.
3. Can i use my first priority date i.e 2013 in any case.

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