Beginning January 17, 2017, a new form Supplement J to Form I-485 is required to either:
Tag Archives: I-140
In filing employment-based immigrant petitions by form I-140, one of the key elements is to prove that the beneficiary owns the required work experience as designated in approved labor certifications. It is important to submit the right forms of evidence in proving the work experiences that owned by the beneficiary.
A U.S. District Court at Arizona recently ruled that the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) cannot revoke an I-140 petition without giving notice to the beneficiary of the I-140.
Successor-in-Interest is a commonly seen situation in I-140 (employment-based immigration) petitions where an employer was subsequently merged or purchased by another company in its entirety; and that company took over all ownership and liability of the original employer. The original employer may have obtained a labor certification for its employee. In this situation, the new […]
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently published guidance on the processing procedure of I-140 (employment-based immigration) petitions. One major issue discussed in the guidance is the issue of change of employer (porting) while the underlying I-140 is pending.