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Old 04-27-2011, 06:38 PM
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Default Porting of EB3 to EB2 - Same employer

Friends,

My EB2 I-140 got approved during 1st week of April and USCIS successfully ported my EB3 priority date of Jan, 2006 to the new EB2 I-140. As per my attorney, interfiling shouldn't be done as I have been with same employer all along and same employer sponsored for my porting. The attorney says, this should be automatically taken care of by USCIS.

My question is...I couldn't find the proper procedure/documentation for my scenario. Did any body come across this situation and can any one offer any suggestion?

Thanks for any inputs,
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Old 04-27-2011, 07:39 PM
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Friends,

My EB2 I-140 got approved during 1st week of April and USCIS successfully ported my EB3 priority date of Jan, 2006 to the new EB2 I-140. As per my attorney, interfiling shouldn't be done as I have been with same employer all along and same employer sponsored for my porting. The attorney says, this should be automatically taken care of by USCIS.

My question is...I couldn't find the proper procedure/documentation for my scenario. Did any body come across this situation and can any one offer any suggestion?

Thanks for any inputs,
My Lawyer did send a interfiling letter with EB2 I -140 application. You can send it even after I-140 approval . Lawyer can send Interfiling letter requesting to approve I-1485 and also attach the copy of I485 Receipt notices ( you and your family).

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What my lawyer said was correct. Yesterday evening received the approval email and card production email. In the case of same employer, interfiling is not necessary. USCIS took care of it automatically.

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