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Posted by Lakshml (2) 13 Feb 2018#1
Changing employer in h1b 6th year extension, will it impact my I-140 and my priority date ( my pd date is 2011 ). If they have to apply for I140 perm new employer takes 18 to 24 months So please let me know would that be good decision to change to new employer and please let me know about AC21 new rule helps in my scenerio?
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Posted by cubik (152) 13 Feb 2018#2
to Lakshml:

It has become a trend for everyone to simply start a new thread and ask question. There is a search feature in this website. Atleast try it first and then ask question if you did not get an answer. Do not create a post just because you can! Do your research first!
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Posted by humanity123 (757) 13 Feb 2018#3
to Lakshml:

If your I140 is approved is past 180 days from your resignation date with Employer A, you are absolutely fine. You can use your old I140 to transfer your H1B to Employer B and can port your old PD when your new employer files for new i140. Even your new employer takes 18-24 months to apply for new GC, you are good as far as my first statement holds true in your case.
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Posted by waitforever123 (578) 13 Feb 2018#4

Changing employer in h1b 6th year extension, will it impact my I-140 and my priority date ( my pd date is 2011 ). If they have to apply for I140 perm new employer takes 18 to 24 months So please let me know would that be good decision to change to new employer and please let me know about AC21 new rule helps in my scenerio?

to Lakshml:

So you have I140 of 2011 PD, and didn't bother to learn anything about immigration in 7 years? Since you are asking, if you have a good job offer, go ahead and take it, nothing is expected to change for you on the immigration front at least 2-3 years. If in 24 months a new employer files for GC, it is likely your 485 dates are closer to you PD.
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Posted by Lakshml (2) 13 Feb 2018#5
to humanity123:

Thanks for the clarification. Really appreciate your help.
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