-I-140 approved 6 months
-Employment based I-485 pending for more than 180 days(filed by Employer A). Changing job to Employer B
Well.. You might need that I797 A or C approval letter as well as proof of maintaining your employment there and since the I485 s pending for over six months, documentation of the reasons for leaving the petitioning employer and eventually proof that the new position is of the same or similar nature.
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As long as you can prove that you worked there on the position supported and did not engage in immigration fraud in that you got petitioned by a company you never intended to work for, you should be fine if you find a same or similar occupational position to leap to.
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You need an attorney to analyze eligibility for AC21 and file it with the USCIS.
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