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    Hello,
    I have a question. With new I-140 rule pls let me know if the below scenario is possible?

    1. I got my I-140 approved and 180 days have already passed so I-140 cannot be revoked by original filing employer.
    2. Then I change employer but the new employer does not file PERM and I-140

    Now if I stay with the new employer, can I still extend my H1B above 6 years with 'already approved I-140" by old employer???
    Last edited by aswini1984; 03-02-2017, 05:02 PM.

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    Any answer to my question above ?

    Any answer to my question above ??

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    • #3
      Yes, your new employer can use previous approval I-140 for future H1B extension

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      • #4
        Is there a limit to how long the old priority date remains valid?

        Originally posted by aswini1984 View Post
        Hello,
        I have a question. With new I-140 rule pls let me know if the below scenario is possible?

        1. I got my I-140 approved and 180 days have already passed so I-140 cannot be revoked by original filing employer.
        2. Then I change employer but the new employer does not file PERM and I-140

        Now if I stay with the new employer, can I still extend my H1B above 6 years with 'already approved I-140" by old employer???
        Hi, hope your situation improved, I have another question, with you having approved PERM and the new Employer not filing for PERM and I-140. Is there a limit to how long the old priority date sticks? that way you can work on finding "another" employer who you trust, to file PERM and I-140, will your old Priority Date still apply when this new employer files for PERM? ..If you or anyone know this please let me know.

        I have a an offer from TCS, my PERM is approved, TCS told me that they will file for PERM but there's a lot of bad vibe against TCS, that unlikely they will file PERM even if they say so initially.

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        • #5
          My i140 is apparoved I am afraid to go FT to TCS

          pls help me know if TCS is processing GC because my i140 is approved with my current employer

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          Originally posted by rohitsoni View Post
          Hi, hope your situation improved, I have another question, with you having approved PERM and the new Employer not filing for PERM and I-140. Is there a limit to how long the old priority date sticks? that way you can work on finding "another" employer who you trust, to file PERM and I-140, will your old Priority Date still apply when this new employer files for PERM? ..If you or anyone know this please let me know.

          I have a an offer from TCS, my PERM is approved, TCS told me that they will file for PERM but there's a lot of bad vibe against TCS, that unlikely they will file PERM even if they say so initially.
          Did TCS file your GC ? I am now in the same bote.

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          • #6
            H1 Extension

            Yes. You can use the benefits of AC 21 rule and get extension in 3 year spells. But, when the priority date becomes current, your previous employer should file I-485 or you should have a PERM/I-140 filed by a new employer porting your priority date.
            Raj

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