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In case if my self petition rejected, is it possible to go through employer?

Question: In case if my self petition rejected, is it possible to go through employer?

Answer:

USCIS does not have any restriction on the number of i-140 applications you file either independently (self-petition) or through an employer. In fact one could file multiple i-140 petitions simultaneously. We recently had one applicant file two i-140s (one in EB1A and one in EB2-NIW) and his EB2-NIW got approved. One can always file a new petition (again via an employer or independently) if a old one is rejected.

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