I am working for company A and they filed by GC. Perm and I140 got approved 2 years back and currently working with the Company A. During filing of my GC they have taken a document from me saying that I have to work with them (company A) for 3 years after filing. I got on offer from reputed company B and planning for h1b transfer.
1) Can Company A revoke my I140 after I move to Company B?
2) If Company A revoked my I140 and what will be my situation for next h1 extension with Company B ( If company B has not initiated my GC yet)
You will get a 3 year extension with the I-140 approval, your new company has to start PERM during that time so you can extend the H1B again if the "greencard" is not approved.
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2) It depends on numerous factors - when was I-140 sought? When was it approved and when did the company revoke their filing.
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