Current i140 Processing Time 2019 – Nebraska, Texas

 23 Jul, 19
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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.

TEXASFastest Approved CaseRaise USCIS SR Date
Extraordinary ability (E11) - H1B (EB1-A)Receipt: 30 Apr, 19
Approved in 2 month 24 days
24 Jan, 19
Slowest case approval in 6 month
Outstanding professor or researcher (E12) - H1B (EB1-B)Receipt: 02 May, 19
Approved in 2 month 22 days
24 Jan, 19
Slowest case approval in 6 month
Multinational executive or manager (E13) - H1B (EB1-C)Receipt: 31 Dec, 18
Approved in 6 month 24 days
11 Sep, 18
Slowest case approval in 10 month 15 days
Advanced degree or exceptional ability (E21) - H1B (EB2)Receipt: 30 Apr, 19
Approved in 2 month 24 days
24 Jan, 19
Slowest case approval in 6 month
Skilled worker or professional (E31; E32)Receipt: 01 May, 19
Approved in 2 month 23 days
24 Jan, 19
Slowest case approval in 6 month
Unskilled worker (EW3) - H1B (EB3)Receipt: 04 Mar, 19
Approved in 4 month 21 days
24 Nov, 18
Slowest case approval in 8 month 1 days
Advanced degree or exceptional ability requesting a National Interest Waiver (NIW)Receipt: 30 Oct, 18
Approved in 8 month 26 days
23 Jun, 18
Slowest case approval in 1 year 1 month
Schedule A NursesReceipt: 29 Apr, 19
Approved in 2 month 25 days
24 Jan, 19
Slowest case approval in 6 month


NEBRASKAFastest Approved CaseRaise USCIS SR Date
Extraordinary ability (E11) - H1B (EB1-A)Receipt: 02 Apr, 19
Approved in 3 month 22 days
25 Dec, 18
Slowest case approval in 7 month
Outstanding professor or researcher (E12) - H1B (EB1-B)Receipt: 11 Mar, 19
Approved in 4 month 14 days
24 Dec, 18
Slowest case approval in 7 month 1 days
Multinational executive or manager (E13) - H1B (EB1-C)Receipt: 04 Mar, 19
Approved in 4 month 21 days
24 Nov, 18
Slowest case approval in 8 month 1 days
Advanced degree or exceptional ability (E21) - H1B (EB2)Receipt: 03 Apr, 19
Approved in 3 month 21 days
25 Dec, 18
Slowest case approval in 7 month
Skilled worker or professional (E31; E32)Receipt: 04 Apr, 19
Approved in 3 month 20 days
25 Dec, 18
Slowest case approval in 7 month
Unskilled worker (EW3) - H1B (EB3)Receipt: 02 Apr, 19
Approved in 3 month 22 days
25 Dec, 18
Slowest case approval in 7 month
Advanced degree or exceptional ability requesting a National Interest Waiver (NIW)Receipt: 01 Feb, 19
Approved in 5 month 22 days
09 Nov, 18
Slowest case approval in 8 month 16 days
Schedule A NursesReceipt: 02 Apr, 19
Approved in 3 month 22 days
25 Dec, 18
Slowest case approval in 7 month



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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.


USA USCIS Processing Time
 



Recent discussion on forum

  1. manans25
    manans25

    Hi Anil, I wanted to get your opinion on when you estimate I will receive a decision on my I-140.

    Here is my scenario. My firm applied for EB-2 on June 21, 2013.
    More recently, I sent an EB1A concurrent petition (I-140 and I-485) on May 14, 2019 using my 2013 priority date.

    It would be great if you can help me get an estimate on when I can hear from USCIS on adjudication of my I-140. Many thanks!


  2. manans25
    manans25

    Hi @Anil.Gupta
    It would be great if you can provide an estimate on when I can hear from USCIA on adjudication of my I-140.
    Thank you


  3. anand24
    anand24

    Hi Anil,
    I will talk to my employer and push for a SR. from your experience any thoughts on “For what reasons they dont provide updates on my case.”

    Any thoughts on when my I140 will get approved?. Have you seen cases like mine


  4. kasturi
    kasturi

    Thank you very much Anil for the prompt response. I will update in the forum once I get the I-140 approval.
    Kind regards,
    Kasturi


  5. anand24
    anand24

    Hi Anil,
    Thanks a lot for your valuable response. Hope i will get the approval notice very soon. I will update immediately after getting the approval . Thanks for your support


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