Discuss zeiglernatta's H-1B USCIS Case

H-1B case: Approved in 39 days (48 days less than average)
03 Apr 2017
11 Apr 2017
12 May 2017
39 days
03 Apr 2017
22 Jun 2017
Accepted for processing. Masters' cap.

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Users currently watching this case: aero2011, zeiglernatta, Matheus, huaihuteng 10 Comments

Posted by aero2011
24 Apr 2017 #1
How did you find out about your selection in Master's cap?
Posted by zeiglernatta
24 Apr 2017 #2
My company's immigration team emailed me that they have received notice.
Posted by Matheus
25 Apr 2017 #3
when did you receive the notice?
Posted by huaihuteng
25 Apr 2017 #4
I also want to know when you received the notice? My check got cashed on April 19th, but haven't got the physical receipt yet...

Posted by zeiglernatta
25 Apr 2017 #5
I do not know the receipt date since the email from the immigration team does not mention that. I received the email on 4/23 late night.
Posted by huaihuteng
26 Apr 2017 #6
Yeah, I was informed by my attorney via email saying the check got cashed and the receipt is sending directly to the company. As of today, I am still waiting on it. >.
Posted by zeiglernatta
03 May 2017 #7
All acceptances have already gone out, as per USCIS.
Posted by zeiglernatta
20 Jun 2017 #8
Does anyone know if the student can file service request after H1-B application is pending for 75+ days? I had filed one for STEM OPT extension last year and it was approved within 2 working days after that. The wait is getting crazy now.
Posted by zeiglernatta
22 Jun 2017 #9
Received email from immigration team that my document has been ready for pick up for weeks now. They seemed to have received the approval doc on 6/6 since my USCIS status still hasn't changed from "Case Was Received"
Posted by zeiglernatta
22 Jun 2017 #10
On immigration portal:

Case Approval Date - 5/12/2017

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