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QUESTION: I am on H1B have approved I-140.If i change my employer can i port my priority date?
ANSWER: Yes. The priority date may be ported if you are changing employer.
QUESTION: When i transfer h1b, do i get 3 yr extension by using approved I-140 from my current employer.
ANSWER: Yes. The I-140 and the H1B have no relation to each other, other than to provide you a basis for an extension past 6 years. But the I-140 is for a future job offer, so the employers do not necessarily have to be related or the same.
QUESTION: What if my employer just inform USCIS i have left company is this revocation of i-140?
ANSWER: No. Informing them, alone, is not a revocation. However if they informed the USCIS that they no longer wish to sponsor the I-140, that is a revocation.
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