H1B Premium Processing At Transfer Center
USCIS allows premium processing service to be used at the new transferred service center.
If your long pending H1B application is transferred to Nebraska or Vermont from California, you should apply for premium processing at the new service center.
Documents Required for Premium Processing at Transferred Center
- Form i-907 for H1B premium processing service
- Copy of the case transfer notice – You employer attorney would receive the Transfer notice sent by USCIS.
- RFE response documents – If you received request for evidence (RFE), you should also include the RFE response with the premium processing request.
Sent Premium Processing Request to OLD service center
If your H1B was transferred and you send your premium processing request to the old service center based on your receipt number, USCIS will forward it to the current correct USCIS service center.
But, the premium processing clock will not start until the premium processing request has been received at the new transferred correct service center.
Your case may not receive result within 15 days if you send your premium processing request to wrong center.
USCIS Premium Processing Request Address for H1B Transfer
H1B Case Transferred to
Send your premium processing request to
Nebraska Service Center
USPS:USCIS Nebraska Service Center
P.O. Box 87129
Lincoln, NE 68501-7129
FedEx, UPS, and DHL deliveries:
USCIS Nebraska Service Center
Vermont Service Center
USPS, FedEx, UPS, and DHL deliveries:
USCIS Vermont Service Center
USCIS Premium Processing Refund
If USCIS cannot process your application within 15 calendar days (not working days), they will refund your premium processing fees.
When you file EB2 to EB3 downgrade and file EB3 i140 in premium, USCIS may not accept the premium filing based on your PERM availability. If they decide that they can’t process your EB3 i140 within 15 days, they return your premium processing fees.