Discuss rangde's Tier 1 (General) Extension USCIS Case

Tier 1 (General) Extension case: Approved in 49 days (19 days less than average)
India
United Kingdom
non-JR
11 Feb 2009
14 Feb 2009
85
19 Feb 2009
21 Feb 2009
PB3330
approved
01 Apr 2009
03 Apr 2009
49 days
30 Nov -0001
03 Apr 2009
HSMP->TIER1 - NON JR


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Posted by PekingDucks
20 Mar 2009 #1
Hi rangde, Do you mind adding in your notes whether your case is under JR?
Just put: HSMP->TIER1 - NON JR or HSMP->TIER1 - JR , depending on your circumstances. Thanks!
Posted by iman
23 Mar 2009 #2
Are you sure you are under JR as 37 days is too long for an jr application. If you see other apps posted here they get processed very fast
Posted by PekingDucks
23 Mar 2009 #3
Yes, I was thinking the same...
Posted by rangde
23 Mar 2009 #4
I thought so. I did not have to provide any proof for my English Language requirement because I claimed points for that initially.
Isn't that good enough?
Posted by rangde
23 Mar 2009 #5
No I think I am not under Judicial Review. I just read what it is on http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/workingintheuk/tier1/hsmp/hsmpjudicialreview
I will change it back on notes.
Sorry guys !!
Posted by skahashmi
27 Mar 2009 #6
Hi!
Did HO contact your employer ?
Posted by rangde
27 Mar 2009 #7
Nope.
I think they contact randomly. Or based may be based on the submitted papers.
Posted by skahashmi
27 Mar 2009 #8
Yes you are right ... Let see did you called them ?
Posted by rangde
27 Mar 2009 #9
Yes. I could speak to them a second ago and knew that my application is waiting for consideration.
Probably that means its not assigned to the case worker yet.

Posted by skahashmi
27 Mar 2009 #10
Yes I think so they might assigned it today or next week as this week they were looking to process those whose application reveieved on or before 11th Feb 2009. So let see...
Posted by manu123
08 Apr 2009 #11
Am wondering if someone works in a big organization, how do one know if the Home Office have contacted the employer?
The HR department is itself big and so wonder how do people know if HO has contacted employer?

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