Current i140 Processing Time 2019 – Nebraska, Texas

Written by Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta - Updated on  23 May, 19
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i140 processing time - Updated Daily
i140 processing time - Updated Daily

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.

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NumberReceiptStatus
Pending  Approved  RFE,   Denied  Your case  Verified Status 

TEXASApproved Case Receipt DateUSCIS Service Request
Extraordinary ability (E11) - H1B (EB1-A)29 Jan, 19
3 month 24 days
21 Sep, 18
8 month 4 days
Outstanding professor or researcher (E12) - H1B (EB1-B)01 Mar, 19
2 month 23 days
24 Nov, 18
6 month
Multinational executive or manager (E13) - H1B (EB1-C)29 Dec, 18
4 month 25 days
18 Aug, 18
9 month 8 days
Advanced degree or exceptional ability (E21) - H1B (EB2)01 Mar, 19
2 month 23 days
24 Nov, 18
6 month
Skilled worker or professional (E31; E32)01 Mar, 19
2 month 23 days
24 Nov, 18
6 month
Unskilled worker (EW3) - H1B (EB3)30 Jan, 19
3 month 23 days
01 Jul, 18
10 month 26 days
Advanced degree or exceptional ability requesting a National Interest Waiver (NIW)26 Aug, 18
9 month
11 May, 18
1 year
Schedule A Nurses01 Mar, 19
2 month 23 days
24 Nov, 18
6 month
Updated: 19:02 CST Next Update: 22:02 CST


NEBRASKAApproved Case Receipt DateUSCIS Service Request
Extraordinary ability (E11) - H1B (EB1-A)22 Dec, 18
5 month 2 days
12 Jul, 18
10 month 15 days
Outstanding professor or researcher (E12) - H1B (EB1-B)30 Dec, 18
4 month 24 days
22 Oct, 18
7 month 3 days
Multinational executive or manager (E13) - H1B (EB1-C)22 Dec, 18
5 month 2 days
19 Jun, 18
11 month 8 days
Advanced degree or exceptional ability (E21) - H1B (EB2)30 Dec, 18
4 month 24 days
07 Oct, 18
7 month 18 days
Skilled worker or professional (E31; E32)30 Dec, 18
4 month 24 days
22 Oct, 18
7 month 3 days
Unskilled worker (EW3) - H1B (EB3)30 Dec, 18
4 month 24 days
22 Oct, 18
7 month 3 days
Advanced degree or exceptional ability requesting a National Interest Waiver (NIW)27 Dec, 18
4 month 27 days
07 Oct, 18
7 month 18 days
Schedule A Nurses21 Dec, 18
5 month 3 days
30 Jul, 18
9 month 27 days
Updated: 19:02 CST Next Update: 22:02 CST



i140 Withdrawn vs Revoke

Your i140 stays valid if it has not been withdrawn by employer in 180 days after its approval.

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 You cannot use the i140 if it has been revoked.

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.

H1B Transfer with Withdrawn i140

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

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

Employer 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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