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Old 12-07-2016, 11:02 PM
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Unhappy Can i retain my earlier priority date after i140 petition denied?

Hellow? I am nurse who is planning to migrate to USA for 'skilled labor',EB3.

My employer and layer filed my i140 petition but, on august it asked me rfe and yesterday they denied.

So far my layer and employer don't tell me the reason. but i think something mistake happen from them. because other nurses who filed later than me got approval and even, all nurses who processed filing with me at the same time got all denial from uscis.

Our priority date was 2016.Feburary, and we are planning to refile i 140 but i wonder is it available we can retain our earlier Priority date. If it is unavailable, we should get priority date about 2017..

is there any way that we can keep our ealier priority date? or if we refile it, is it available?
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