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You have used this site before and you know that you are not charged per question. So I don't understand why you wanted a refund just because I asked you what country you were born in to verify that your Priority Date would be current. Now I am not sure if you will be able to see my response or leave me a positive rating for my time and effort. I will take the chance.
Yes, you can use the EB-3 Priority Date with the new EB-2 I-140, though you should try to make sure that the first I-140 is not revoked. Take a look at this article:
So as long as the previous I-140 isn't revoked, you should not have an issue. And I would file both the new I-140 and I-485 together so that way you are covered if the dates retrogress. And finally, I don't see you having an issue because the second I-140 had the incorrect Priority Date on it. You are going to be using the first I-140's Priority Date anyway.
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