If I want to use Old Priority Date for my Employment based Perm from employer A and changed employer to B then,
1.Does employer A has some timeframe to revoke 140.
2.If Employer A revokes it still can I use my old PD with employer B.
1 Answer from Attorneys
I am assuming that your I-140 has been approved by Employer A. Therefore, you can use the older priority date even if Employer A revokes its I-140. The PERM application has to be filed again by Employer B, and the subsequently filed I-140 by Employer B can retain the earlier I-140 PD.
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