Current i140 Processing Time 2020 – Nebraska, Texas

Am22tech
  By Am22tech    Updated  12 Aug, 20



i140 processing time is 3 – 12 months.  Premium processing i140 is taking 1-15 days for approval.

Texas service center is approving i140 applications for green card faster than USCIS at Nebraska.

H1B i140 EB2 has premium available whereas EB1-C managerial is not eligible for fast 15 day processing.


NEBRASKAFastest Approved CaseRaise USCIS SR Date
extraordinary ability (e11) - h1b (eb1-a)Receipt: 13 Apr, 20
Approved in 4 month 1 days
14 Feb, 20
Slowest case approval in 6 month
outstanding professor or researcher (e12) - h1b (eb1-b)Receipt: 13 Apr, 20
Approved in 4 month 1 days
14 Feb, 20
Slowest case approval in 6 month
multinational executive or manager (e13) - h1b (eb1-c)Receipt: 13 Apr, 20
Approved in 4 month 1 days
14 Feb, 20
Slowest case approval in 6 month
advanced degree or exceptional ability (e21) - h1b (eb2)Receipt: 13 Apr, 20
Approved in 4 month 1 days
14 Feb, 20
Slowest case approval in 6 month
skilled worker or professional (e31; e32)Receipt: 13 Apr, 20
Approved in 4 month 1 days
14 Feb, 20
Slowest case approval in 6 month
unskilled worker (ew3) - h1b (eb3)Receipt: 13 Apr, 20
Approved in 4 month 1 days
14 Feb, 20
Slowest case approval in 6 month
advanced degree or exceptional ability requesting a national interest waiver (niw)Receipt: 12 Dec, 19
Approved in 8 month 4 days
12 Sep, 19
Slowest case approval in 11 month 5 days
schedule a nursesReceipt: 13 Apr, 20
Approved in 4 month 1 days
14 Feb, 20
Slowest case approval in 6 month


TEXASFastest Approved CaseRaise USCIS SR Date
extraordinary ability (e11) - h1b (eb1-a)Receipt: 18 Feb, 20
Approved in 5 month 26 days
18 Apr, 19
Slowest case approval in 1 year 3 month
outstanding professor or researcher (e12) - h1b (eb1-b)Receipt: 12 Feb, 20
Approved in 6 month 2 days
10 Jan, 20
Slowest case approval in 7 month 5 days
multinational executive or manager (e13) - h1b (eb1-c)Receipt: 12 Dec, 19
Approved in 8 month 4 days
05 Oct, 19
Slowest case approval in 10 month 12 days
advanced degree or exceptional ability (e21) - h1b (eb2)Receipt: 12 Feb, 20
Approved in 6 month 2 days
10 Jan, 20
Slowest case approval in 7 month 5 days
skilled worker or professional (e31; e32)Receipt: 18 Feb, 20
Approved in 5 month 26 days
10 Jan, 20
Slowest case approval in 7 month 5 days
unskilled worker (ew3) - h1b (eb3)Receipt: 18 Feb, 20
Approved in 5 month 26 days
13 May, 19
Slowest case approval in 1 year 3 month
advanced degree or exceptional ability requesting a national interest waiver (niw)Receipt: 14 Oct, 19
Approved in 10 month 3 days
27 Jun, 19
Slowest case approval in 1 year 1 month
schedule a nursesReceipt: 18 Feb, 20
Approved in 5 month 26 days
10 Jan, 20
Slowest case approval in 7 month 5 days





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What is the difference between i140 Withdraw and Revoke?

Your i140 stays valid if it has not been withdrawn by the employer in 180 days after its approval.

USCIS only revokes i140 if they find any fraud or misrepresentation by your employer. You cannot use the i140 if it has been revoked.

An employer may request the i140 withdrawal even after 180 days. Do not worry if the USCIS case status shows as ‘withdrawn’ online.

i140 Withdrawal is safe but revoke makes i140 un-usable for future.

Can I file H1B Transfer with Withdrawn i140?

You can use withdrawn i140 to port your Green date to a new employer by filing a new PERM and i140.

Use i140  extend your H1B stay in the US after 6 years. You can change the employer using i140 and file H1B transfer multiple times as long as your Green card priority date is not current.

What if Employer is not sharing i140 details?

You can request your i140 details from USCIS using FOIA request if your employer is not sharing i140 with you.





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Am22tech
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  1. covaev
    covaev

    Please, update this page !


  2. Anil.Gupta
    Anil.Gupta

    Hi @covaev

    We are working on updating the page.


  3. covaev
    covaev

    Hello Anil, although the table shows that the most rapidly approved case of EB-2 NIW visa was introduced on March 25, 2019, it has been in effect since December 17, the date on which I first entered your page (very informative for others). I assume that until now there has not been a case approved more quickly than that (8 months and 26 days), but I wanted to ask you if you do not know which month of the year 2019 the reviews of this type of visa are going to? Greetings and thanks in advance.


  4. Anil.Gupta
    Anil.Gupta

    Hi @covaev

    I am not aware of any individual case. The data is sourced from crowd and is updated automatically every day.


  5. Inok_Jun
    Inok_Jun

    Hi!
    Thank you for your posting. It is really helpful. BTW could you post the EB2-NIW case together in this posting.
    Thanks.


  6. Anil.Gupta
    Anil.Gupta

    We will try to get more data and then share. Thanks for your suggestion.


  7. Speedbird
    Speedbird

    Hi Anil- Had a quick question on the i140 approval times that is mentioned.
    On EB1C showing November 2019 as fastest approved case and Sep 2019 as slowest.
    I have applied mine on Aug 2019, should i accept to get an update on it anytime soon.
    Thanks.


  8. Anil.Gupta
    Anil.Gupta

    Your approval should be coming up soon.


  9. Speedbird
    Speedbird

    Thank you for your response


  10. Mouni
    Mouni

    Applied Eb1 c in feb 2020 but we ported our priority date august 2011.
    When can we expect ?


  11. itcoolguy
    itcoolguy

    Dear @Anil.Gupta,

    Need your help with the confusing USCIS case status.

    Petition Type: I140
    Mode: Premium
    Filed on : July 27th
    Status Update on Aug 7th : RFE
    Status update on Aug 10th : Case is Approved

    While My attorney and myself are waiting for the RFE details, this sudden status update made me more nervous . Have you seen this kind before?


  12. itcoolguy
    itcoolguy

    Tagging @Anil.Gupta again, do you have any experience seeing this kind of status update from USCIS?


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