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I-140 amendment?

Discussion in 'General immigration questions' started by sman, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. sman

    sman Junior Member

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    Hi ,

    I have my 1-140 approved 9 months ago and ready to I-485 in Feb . I am currently employed on an H-1B with the same employer. Due to company reorganization, I was moved to a fully-owned subsidiary of the sponsoring company after my I-140 got approved. My job responsibilities, project and location are the same, only my paychecks show a different company name and I'll get two different W-2's at the end of the year.

    The company has filed an change of employment for H-1B.

    Do I need to file an I-140 amendment?

    Thanks
     
  2. Ron Gotcher

    Ron Gotcher Attorney at Law

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    Re: I-140 amendment?

    To be safe, you should have your employer file a "successor in interest" amended I-140 with your I-485. The could, if you wish, file it right now and then you can include that fee receipt notice with your I-485 package.
     
  3. mandy10

    mandy10 New Member

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    My I-140 was approved in 2016. But due to company name (entity) change I-140 amendment is filed. My attorney was not able to file in Premium Processing as they don't have original labor copy which was submitted with first I-140 approval.

    Is there way to get Labor Original Duplicate from DOL?
     

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