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I-140 Sii (sucessor-in-interest) And Ac21

Discussion in 'AC 21 I-140 Portability' started by srmed123, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. srmed123

    srmed123 New Member

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    Original I-140 Approved - May 2009 (Company A)

    Company A was acquired by company B in 2012. Company B filed for I-140 Amendment SII (Successor-In-Interest) and I-485 in Nov 2015 when my priority date became current.

    Current Status: I-140 (SII Amendment) Pending. I-485 Pending.
    I have an offer from a new Company C.

    My questions are:

    1) Can i move to new Company C (AC21) immediately once my I-140 amendment (SII) is approved (as I-485 is pending for more than 180 days)?

    2) What will happen if my Company B revokes approved I-140 (SII Amendment) after i have changed to new company C using AC21?

    3) Do i still need to be with Company B (before changing to Company C) for at-least 6 months after my I-140 amendment (Successor-In-Interest) is approved so that revocation will not have any impact on my GC process?

    Ron and experts in the forums..can you please give your inputs?
     
  2. srmed123

    srmed123 New Member

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    Ron - Can you please give your inputs?
     
  3. Ron Gotcher

    Ron Gotcher Attorney at Law

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    Since your I-140 has not been approved, you are not portable.
     
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    Thanks Ron!! Can you let me know if i can move to Company C once my I-140 is approved?
     
  5. Ron Gotcher

    Ron Gotcher Attorney at Law

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    If it is after 180 days from filing, yes.
     

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