In 2016, my I-140 from Company A was approved. In 2019, I transferred that priority date to an approved I-140 filed by Company B. I then requested the priority date again be transferred to an I-140 filled by Company C. That I-140 is still pending. I now wish to move to Company D. Will I lose my priority date from Company A’s I-140 if I leave before Company C’s I-140 is approved?


No, this should not impact your ability to retain the priority date from Company A’s approved I-140. Unless the I-140 filed by Company A is revoked for fraud, willful misrepresentation, the invalidation of the underlying labor certification, or material error, you generally will be allowed to use that priority date for any future I-140 filed on your behalf. (27.Jul.2022)

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