Hi, My employer is filing my GC (on EB1). As the i140 filing related paperwork preparation is going to take some time, I have to travel outside USA (for few months). But I do not want i140 to be on hold. Can my employer file i140 when I am not in USA? Thanks, JD
But of course employer can file the I-140 on your behalf with you being temporarily out of the country. The L-1A visa is a "dual purpose " visa. You will still be welcomed back into the country on your still valid L-1A visa.
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