my employer and attorney says my I140 application got approved but they are not ready to share any information but sounded suspicious and not true.
initially they said my labor got approved and then they said they received RFE on labor, and then they were saying they applied for I140 and need my signature on one of the form to get it signed.
instead sent me the ETA 9089 form which is labor form
I trust them and had a good long term relatinship, but due to the above mentioned activities i am being suspicious, and i want to verify whether i got my I140 approved really or not.
I do not even have my control number to verify the status, previously when I requested them the application request number.
please help me how I can verify the status of the application and at what stage my application is in?
Definitely asking random attorneys unfamiliar with your case online would not be helpful either.
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Cannot "verify" anything unless your employer and/or its attorney willing to share that information with you, since both the PERM LCA and I-140 petitions belong to the employer - only.
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