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Is it possible to change job after I-140 approval

Help Please....

Can anybody let me know what would happen if I change my job after getting I-140 approval from current employer with employer permission?

If employer wants continue the green card process even if I left the company, is it possible since GC is for future employment ?

As long as employer doesn't revoke the I-140, am I legally valid to apply for I-485 when my PD become current at that employer (incase if I change the job after I-140) ? Because I want to go to old employer once I get EAD or green card.
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hi all!! does any body have any bad experience by going through wwics for australian visa ??? i'm really very much confused , so many complaints of wwics those who are applying for canadian visa ???? can any body tell us their experience by getting visa for australia through wwics??
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I 140 (What is complete processing time ?)
My Q is What is the complete processing time ?

My Nebraska I140 Received date is October/07/2008 & when i receive visa call ?

so please e mail me if any body knows my this Answer.
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Just got a RFE on I-140 for 3 years segree. I have completed my Degree in US but the labor date was in 2005 and I completed in 2006. Is there any way I could get my I-140 approved.

Where shoud I get me Indian Associate degree evaluation?
Can I submit my degree completed in 2006?

I also aplied my Labor in oct,2006 in PERM under EB2 category but not heard anything on that till now. Please advice?
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I-140 query
Hi Everyone,

I have a doubt. My company is having some issues with DOL. Investigation is going on from Dept of Labour. In the mean time, my employer is asking me to start the GC process. I would like to know is there any problem?. I heard that if company is having any issues, it will be difficult to get I-140 cleared. Is it true?. According to my employer, GC process is different and DOL issues are different. I dont have to worry. I donot want to start my GC and stuck with the company.

Please advice.

Thanks and regards
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Labor Substitution
Hi,I highly appreciate if anybody give me a suggestion on the below issue.

My employer had a approved labor.I planning to substitute that labor for me,The profile exactly matches my profile.My employer filed that labor from State A in 2004.But currently he moved his company to State B. He has closed his operations completely in State A.My lawyer told we might get a query while substituting the labor.Does it really be problem

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Exprience with WWICS
SO FAR SO GOOD, till now they have followed up well with me regarding my Australian immigration file ... cant really say that services r bad.
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3 cheers for OCCS
I sincerely want to thank ORION Consultancy and Coaching Services who have helped to migrate to Australia. They are a very genuine Company and I wish them all the best in their future.
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please dont use wwics
WWICS is a big fraud. There service is horrible and is run by bunch or desis with no global knowledge.
Be aware they have been known for bad sevice.
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please dont use wwics
WWICS is a big fraud. There service is horrible and is run by bunch or desis with no global knowledge.
Be aware they have been know for frauds.
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