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AC21 Portability after 180 days of 485 filing AC21 Portability after 180 days of 485 filing. Changing employers without affecting green card process.

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Old 07-21-2009, 02:20 AM
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With the current EB-3 demand versus supply, it looks like some applicants like me will have to wait till eternity.

I have been contemplating to start a new gc process in eb2 and port my eb3 priority dates. I have a U.S. undergrad and 5+ years of experience (applying for 7th year extension). At the time of eb3 application, I only had a year of experience with my previous employer. I have been with the current employer (GC petitioner) for past 5 years now. Is it possible to have an eb2 petition filed with a senior position in the company and have my old priority dates ported, otherwise my experience in the same company won't count. What is the likely hood of approval of such a case. I will of course hire a lawyer for this but was wondering if somebody has tried it in the past.

With the current EB-3 demand versus supply, it looks like some applicants like me will have to wait till eternity.

I have been contemplating to start a new gc process in eb2 and port my eb3 priority dates. I have a U.S. undergrad and 5+ years of experience (applying for 7th year extension). At the time of eb3 application, I only had a year of experience with my previous employer. I have been with the current employer (GC petitioner) for past 5 years now. Is it possible to have an eb2 petition filed with a senior position in the company and have my old priority dates ported, otherwise my experience in the same company won't count. What is the likely hood of approval of such a case. I will of course hire a lawyer for this but was wondering if somebody has tried it in the past.

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