How does a Mergers and Acquisition affect an RIR?

A mergers and acquisition may affect an RIR depending on whether the newly formed U.S. Company is acquiring the interests of the original company that filed the RIR.

The RIR may continue and is valid, provided the Company is the successor in interests of the original company that filed theRIR. If the merged company took all the benefits (assets, account receivables, intellectual properties, contracts rights and etc.) and liabilities (debts, contract obligations, account payables and etc.) in the merger or buyout, the merged Company is the successor in interests of the original company and the new Company may continue the RIR process for the alien.

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