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Old 04-16-2012, 12:34 PM
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Originally Posted by ssingh92 View Post

3. Ask your current employer who filed your I140, not revoke I140. Give him some K. Because I140 revoke raise a trigger in USCIS. These guys when get triggered 50% chance will make some trouble.
Totally incorrect.
As long as you have filed AC-21 and you satisfy the conditions for AC-21 you don't need to pay a penny to your employer to not to revoke I-140. In my personal experience my ex-employer revoked I-140 I saw LUDs with message update on 140 & 485. But since my new lawyer had already filed AC-21 I never had any RFE and got my 485 approved.
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