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Job Change More Than Once After I-140 Approval

Discussion in 'I-140 job portability' started by rajesh.damodharan99, Dec 1, 2015.

  1. rajesh.damodharan99

    rajesh.damodharan99 New Member

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    Hello ImmiInfo,
    I was working with Company-A for last 3 years and I have got my I-140 approved. I have spent 4 years on my H1. 2 months back, I changed my job to Employer-B using AC21 in my H1 transfer and got it approved for 3 years. I am not happy with Employer-B and hence planning to join Employer-C. I can see my I-140 is not revoked as per USCIS case status online.

    Is it possible for me to change to Employer-C using my I-140 from Employer-A, given that I am currently working with Employer-B for the last 3 months ?

    Thankfully,
    Rajesh
     
  2. DonDraper

    DonDraper Guru

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    yes
     
  3. rajesh.damodharan99

    rajesh.damodharan99 New Member

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    Thanks Don.

    What is the situation where i will no longer be able to transfer H1 using AC-21 based on my I-140 got from Employer-A ?
     
  4. DonDraper

    DonDraper Guru

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    As long as have an i-140 that was not revoked with any employer you can get h1b extensions. This is the safest bet !
     
  5. rajesh.damodharan99

    rajesh.damodharan99 New Member

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    Thanks Don for the quick reply. To be honest, this whole thing of changing multiple jobs with an approved I-140 is not very clear and straight forward and scares the hell out of me when i think of making this employer change decision at the moment.
     
  6. cuckoo

    cuckoo Super Moderator

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    Just make sure your i-140 is still there, i.e., not withdrawn. One way to eliminate risk is to file and get your H1b transfer approved via premium processing before you leave employer B. $1250 is nothing for peace of mind.
     
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    rajesh.damodharan99 New Member

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    Sure, I will do so. Thanks a lot.
     
  8. sram1879

    sram1879 New Member

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    Rajesh, I am in the same situation (Actual just 1 month and I am not happy with Company B). Want to switch to Company C. Please share what happened to your case. Thanks a lot.
     

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