I have changed my employer and already crossed 6th year . My new employer has not filed My GC.
I have another one and half year left for current H1B to expire. right now I am not sure when the new company will start my GC.
so I am concerned if I can still use my old company I-140 to get another renewal in my new company.
Old company wont revoke I-140.
Yes, Co. B can file H1B extensions indefinitely beyond 6 years in up to 3 year increments based on I-140 approval through Co. A.
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Yes if the requirements under the regulations implementing AC21 are met.
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Hi, Is that possible to renewal my H1B (2nd time) with Old employer's I-140 approval?
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