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    Hi All

    My I-140 approved and now I decided to leave the company I am working.

    So will the current company will give me the I-140 approval so that I can continue the process with new company?

    With I-140 approval I got three years H1B visa with current company .So when my new company file H1B extension will I get for 3 years again ?

    Please let me know.

    Thanks
    Tannu

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    You can not continue the green card processing that way.
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    • #3
      Thanks for your reply.

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      • #4
        Please clarify

        His I-140 was approved,6 years on his original H1 have expired.

        He got 3 year extn based on the I-140 approval status.

        Is this course of action open for him?(i searched the forum and see conflicting answers)

        1.He gets his H1 transferred with a new company.
        2.He starts a new GC with new company(new labor,new I 140 etc.)
        3.Once his new I-140 (with new company) is approved,He gets the priority Dates ported because he had the copy of original I-140.



        I know this can be done in general case,but can the H1 transfer take place,when H1 is on beyond 6 year extn.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by vanguard150 View Post
          I know this can be done in general case,but can the H1 transfer take place,when H1 is on beyond 6 year extn.
          Yes

          I am not a lawyer and you need to consult with one to validate any info posted on the forum and discuss your case specifics. H1b Question? Read the FAQ first.

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          • #6
            ETA-9089 Signed in BLACK INK? is it going to be a problem

            [QUOTE=txh1b;195865]Yes[/QUOTE


            GUYS,my HR Signed on original ETA- 9089 Documents using "BLACK" INK, does that matter, because somebody told me that it should be signed by BLUE INK only, if anybody has any idea about this plz share.

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