I have an approved I -140 from Company A. Company A was sold to Company B; Company B was then acquired by Company C. Can I still use the I-140 for my job with Company C?


This situation would have to be looked at in detail to give a specific, reliable answer. But, generally, if the transactions are structured so that B is a successor in interest to A, and then C is a successor to B, it would not be necessary to start over again. The amended I-140, with proof of the successor relationship, typically would be filed by C, and the case could continue from there. (04.April.2016)

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