PERM filing --- > 2 simple concerns

Discussion in 'PERM' started by Dileep Warrier, Jan 12, 2016.

  1. Dileep Warrier

    Dileep Warrier New Member

    Hi there, I am a Canadian citizen on TN status (3 year expiry). Also, just for your info,I am an EB3 Indian born.

    Reading CuriousGeorge's post, I know employer files PERM and I-140.

    My concern is with those two steps -
    1) What if I filed PERM with one employer and found another completely different employer after?
    2) What about the same with I-140 ? Say I get the PERM approved with the same employer and change jobs after filing for I-140?
    3) What about if I change jobs AFTER being approved for I-140?
    4) I read that the PD starts from the time you file the PERM ?

    When is switching jobs / sticking to one employer CRITICAL, basically, is the main question ?

    Thank you,
  2. kwirky

    kwirky Registered Users (C)

    1) you will have to file perm again
    2) you need to file a new PERM and new I-140 but you can keep your priority date.
    3) This is grey area. You can continue to use TN but that's kind of grey area.
    4) yes
  3. mikevolpe11

    mikevolpe11 New Member

    Thanks for the information.

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