Q&A

Can I file I-140 and extension together?

Can I file I-140 and extension together?

Yes, it is possible to file both at the same time.

Can you file an i140 extension after 6 years?

i140 h1b extension after 6 yrs with current / new company. Use previous employer approved i-140. Without i140, 7th yr extension if PERM pending 365+ days, including Audit. By Anil Gupta Updated 15 Mar, 20#green card#i140 i140 H1B extension or transfer after 6 years 202 You can file H1B 7th year extension with approved i140.

Can you file H1B transfer with approved i140?

You can file H1B transfer with approved i140 and get 3 year extension after 6 year quota. Your employer A can revoke the I-140 if 180 days have not passed from the date it was approved. You can use your I-140 priority date to port to new employer B. Employer Revokes I140 after H1B Transfer I-140 revoked before approval

Can a I-140 petition be used for a new job?

An approved I-140 is usually employer- and job-specific. An I-140 typically can be used only to apply for lawful permanent residency (i.e. a “green card”) with the petitioning employer. In fact, the I-140 petition generally cannot even be used for a new position with the same employer that filed the I-140.

Can you file i140 and i485 at the same time?

The good news is that i140 and i485 can be filed concurrently once your green card priority date is current. Example: Your approved i140 from employer A can be used to extend or transfer H1B to employer B, C, or Z any number of times. You will need a new PERM and i140 only at the time of filing i485 adjustment of status for a green card.

i140 h1b extension after 6 yrs with current / new company. Use previous employer approved i-140. Without i140, 7th yr extension if PERM pending 365+ days, including Audit. By Anil Gupta Updated 15 Mar, 20#green card#i140 i140 H1B extension or transfer after 6 years 202 You can file H1B 7th year extension with approved i140.

Can you use i140 for H1B extension?

You can use keep using your Employer A’s approved i140 for # h1b-extension as I140 is for future job post. This means that if your Employer A is okay with offering you the same job when your Green card priority date becomes current, you can choose to NOT file new PERM (and i140) with new employer B.

An approved I-140 is usually employer- and job-specific. An I-140 typically can be used only to apply for lawful permanent residency (i.e. a “green card”) with the petitioning employer. In fact, the I-140 petition generally cannot even be used for a new position with the same employer that filed the I-140.

Can you use i140 withdrawn by previous employer?

Once you move to a new employer, you have to file new PERM and new # i140 if you want to file for i485 in future when your Green Card # i140-priority-date becomes current. Use withdrawn I140 for future H1B extensions? You can use keep using your Employer A’s approved i140 for # h1b-extension as I140 is for future job post.