Tag Archives: I-485

Revoking I-140 Needs Notice to 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.

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AC21 Section 106(C) Occupational Classifications

Section 106(c) of AC21 states that “. . . . an individual whose application for adjustment of status pursuant to section 245 has been filed and remained unadjudicated for 180 days or more shall remain valid with respect to a new job if the individual changes jobs or employers if the new job is in […]

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I-140 Employer Porting

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.

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Derivative’s I-485 Pending Due to File Separation

Department of Home Security updated its instruction on 10/08/2009 about pending adjustment of status of derivatives when the principal’s adjustment of status is approved.  In theory, the derivative’s adjustments should be approved at the same time with the principal’s approval.

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