This sounds very legalistic and heretical. Heaven is a state of being that is determined by how our souls react to being in the presence of God's love--which is directly correlated to how we treat our souls in this present life.
Hold on, bro. Heaven is also a place and has its own geography, though it's impossible to talk about it since we don't know much.
One of the modern Orthodox fathers, I can't recall which, spoke of how each person in heaven will have a different glory. This is obvious, since there are saints who have attained to greater honor through their suffering or their ascesis or whatever than those who, like us, may be there simply because of the kindness and mercy of God, because we gave what we could to God from our poverty and weakness and He gave us from His abundance of grace. But, the modern father said, those in heaven will not be able to tell who has more or less glory. So no one will feel a lack or be able to lord it over anyone else.