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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 07-30-2008, 06:30 PM
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08/15/2007
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07/25/2008
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I have applied concurrently for green card under EB2 in August 2007.Received I140 approval and I485 is in process. Have applied for H1b extension and is pending. I am working for a consulting firm at present. I got job offer for a permanent position with the client that has same job duties and title. But the salary is about $20, 000 lower than what my consulting firm is paying now. My labor was applied with a higher salary. Can this lower salary and the difference create problems with the green card processing? Did anyone have any of this experience? Please help!!!

I have applied concurrently for green card under EB2 in August 2007.Received I140 approval and I485 is in process. Have applied for H1b extension and is pending. I am working for a consulting firm at present. I got job offer for a permanent position with the client that has same job duties and title. But the salary is about $20, 000 lower than what my consulting firm is paying now. My labor was applied with a higher salary. Can this lower salary and the difference create problems with the green card processing? Did anyone have any of this experience? Please help!!!

I have applied concurrently for green card under EB2 in August 2007.Received I140 approval and I485 is in process. Have applied for H1b extension and is pending. I am working for a consulting firm at present. I got job offer for a permanent position with the client that has same job duties and title. But the salary is about $20, 000 lower than what my consulting firm is paying now. My labor was applied with a higher salary. Can this lower salary and the difference create problems with the green card processing? Did anyone have any of this experience? Please help!!!

I have applied concurrently for green card under EB2 in August 2007.Received I140 approval and I485 is in process. Have applied for H1b extension and is pending. I am working for a consulting firm at present. I got job offer for a permanent position with the client that has same job duties and title. But the salary is about $20, 000 lower than what my consulting firm is paying now. My labor was applied with a higher salary. Can this lower salary and the difference create problems with the green card processing? Did anyone have any of this experience? Please help!!!

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