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Old 07-30-2010, 04:29 PM
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My PD is Feb 2008 and my I-140 has been approved the same year. I am on my H-1b 3 yr extension.
If I were to change my job now, will I lose my PD or can the new company refile my new I-140?
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Old 07-30-2010, 06:37 PM
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My PD is Feb 2008 and my I-140 has been approved the same year. I am on my H-1b 3 yr extension.
If I were to change my job now, will I lose my PD or can the new company refile my new I-140?

Read somewhere in forums that one can retain PD as long as pervious employer does not withdraw the approved I-140.
Also I-140 is based of future job.... so no worries as long as you work based of your H1.

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Krishna

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Old 07-31-2010, 10:57 AM
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Please remember here that earlier employer could use ur I140 for other employees but that rule was also changed in 2008. I140 once approved, you keep I140.

Revoking I140 is not good for employee as it is his application to USCIS in this process and will put him in problem for other employees sponsorship.

Chances are remote.
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