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  • After I-140 H1 extention

    Hello

    1) After I got I-140 approved 6 months before 6 years H1 completion period,as beneficiary’s priority date attaches permanently.
    So as per that do I get 3 years extension?
    A:yes
    B:No
    2) If I will change company in extension time then will I apply for new labor for new company and recapture my old PD with new companies I-140?
    A:yes
    B:No
    3)If I have I-140 then do I renew H1 extension every 1/3 year until my PD become current date?
    A:yes
    B:No

  • #2
    If someone can answer your question, he or she must be a very experienced immigration lawyer.

    Let me try:

    (1) the answer is NO because your employer can revoke I-140 if you leave the firm. And you lose your PD if your new PERM has not been filed or been approved.

    (2) It's extremely difficult question. I have asked several lawyers and none of them can answer it. Some say you can extend your H-1B for another 3 years with your new employer even if it's over 6 months before your H-1B expiration. Some say NO until it's within 6 months before your H-1B expiration. I trust those who said NO.

    (3) Yes, every 3 years. It's an easy question.

    Originally posted by princerichy View Post
    Hello

    1) After I got I-140 approved 6 months before 6 years H1 completion period,as beneficiary’s priority date attaches permanently.
    So as per that do I get 3 years extension?
    A:yes
    B:No
    2) If I will change company in extension time then will I apply for new labor for new company and recapture my old PD with new companies I-140?
    A:yes
    B:No
    3)If I have I-140 then do I renew H1 extension every 1/3 year until my PD become current date?
    A:yes
    B:No

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