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Question:

At the 11/24 seminar, Mr. Hall (from Chennai) indicated that at the consular processing stage a hospital could substitute in on another hospital's I-140 petition, without having to file another I-140 petition. Would you please confirm that this is correct. If so, what is the procedure for the new hospital to substitute in, for example a letter from the new employer stating what? Would the answer be the same if the new hospital had a pending or approved I-140 petition of its own? Do all US consulates have the same policy as to this issue?

Answer by Naveen Rahman:

We were discussing substituting one I-140 approval for another I-140 approval. When there are multiple approvals for the same beneficiary, the beneficiary can choose which petitioner he/she wants to go with and present a current job offer letter.


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