I switched my H1B from employer X to Y, and now I am going back to employer X by transferring my H1B. Before I left employer X, I had my I-140 approved in EB-3. Can employer X reuse the same I-140 or do they have to restart the entire green card process including labor?
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This is more of an Immigration question. Let me put you in touch with the sharp minds of US Immigration practice.
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They can, if did not revoke it before. Talk to their attorney.
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Your approved I-140 is still good unless previously withdrawn by petitioner.
You just have to wait until your priority date becomes current before being able to file an I-485 for a green card. Unfortunately, as you probably know, if both your and your wife are natives of Hindustan that date might never arrive on the EB-3 category for you.. You will just need to receive H-1B extensions in 3 year increments, that's all.
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