can i change job now, will the H1B get transferred to new employer based on the approved I140 in EB2-NIW and can it be extended till the PD becomes current for me to file I-485
What did the new employer's immigration attorney say?
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If you have a PD from the approved I-140 for your EB-3, see if your PD is current first.
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Talk to the new employer's immigration attorney. Ask this question. They want you, correct? They should engage an immigration attorney to file a new H1B petition on your behalf.
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Once you got a national interest waiver self-petition approved, you can file for your green card on Form I-485, obtain a work permit within 2-3 months and work for whomever you please.
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You should consult with your new employer's immigration attorney.
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