|CALIFORNIA SERVICE CENTER||Processing Applications received on or before||Wait Days||Wait Months|
|H1B Consular Processing||January 10, 2018||219||7|
|H1B Change of Status||January 10, 2018||219||7|
|H1B Extension / Amendment / Transfer||January 10, 2018||219||7|
|VERMONT SERVICE CENTER||Processing Applications received on or before||Wait Days||Wait Months|
|H1B Consular Processing||March 28, 2018||142||4|
|H1B Change of Status||March 28, 2018||142||4|
|H1B Extension / Amendment / Transfer||April 04, 2018||135||4|
|NEBRASKA SERVICE CENTER||Processing Applications received on or before||Wait Days||Wait Months|
|H1B Extension / Amendment / Transfer||April 19, 2018||120||4|
These times are updated daily for 2018.
H1B Processing time for H1B Extension, Change of Status and Consular processing time numbers are in days.
H1B amendment is counted as H1B extension for processing time calculation.
H1B processing times date On or AFTER
Date means that USCIS is currently working on cases filed on or after this date.
Raise USCIS Case Service Request – Outside Normal Processing Time
If your ‘case received date’ is before the date mentioned above, you should raise a service request with USCIS 8 to check why your case has been delayed.
This certainly means that your case is taking longer than other similar cases and may be stuck in administrative processing.
USCIS Case pending and 240 day limit approaching after i94 expiry?
If you case is pending for result with USCIS and your 240 days after i94 expiry are fast approaching, we strongly recommend to upgrade your application to ‘Premium Processing’ at 200 day mark.
This will help you get a result before your 240 day limit and avoid stopping work and leave US 12.
H1B Premium Processing time
Premium processing is available for H1B extension cases and its processing time is 15 calendar days.
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CSC = California Service Center
VSC = Vermont Service Center
NSC = Nebraska Service Center
COS = Change Of Status in the U.S.
Extension = Extension of stay in the U.S.
Consular Proc = Visa to be issued outside USA in a US Embassy.
N.A. = Not Applicable