First, talk to your employer and ask for the I-140 filing receipt. If the company is non co-operative, seek your file under FOIA. Most documents relevant to your status are usually provided though some information may not be released.
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By (gently) asking your employer and his immigration lawyer to provide you a copy. An I-140 is the EMPLOYER'S petition, and as such, his exclusive property. You don't have a right to it, not even through a FOIA request to USCIS.
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Your employer can provide you with same.
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By talking to the employer.
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