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Old 02-17-2010, 04:03 PM
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Question permanent disclosure data

Hi - I received my priority date for February 2008 from ex-employer. I was going through the permanent disclosure data on the following website FLCDataCenter.com
and the status on my entry is showing up as: "certified-expired ". What does "certified-expired" mean in permanent disclosure data.

Any information is much appreciated. Regards!
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Old 02-17-2010, 04:16 PM
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Hi - I received my priority date for February 2008 from ex-employer. I was going through the permanent disclosure data on the following website FLCDataCenter.com
and the status on my entry is showing up as: "certified-expired ". What does "certified-expired" mean in permanent disclosure data.

Any information is much appreciated. Regards!
It means that your PERM labor certification is approved more than 6 months ago and so Now it can not be used for I 140 filing (but if I 140 was already filed in timely fashion; you are fine).
If your I 140 was already filed before the six months from the date of approval, you are fine. If you I 140 is not yet filed, you can not use that PERM.

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I 140 filed: April 2008 Nebraska Service Center
I 140 approved: Sep 2008 Nebraska Service Center
EB1A: I 140 filed: July 2009. Approved 12/09
EB2 NIW: I 140 filed: July 2009. Approved 12/09
I-485 filed Dec 2009
I-485 approved April 2010
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