Discuss littlemaster's I-140 USCIS Case

I-140 case: Approved in 28 days (150 days less than average)
India
primary
Texas
EB2
02 Nov 2009
02 Nov 2009
03 Nov 2009
non-concurrent
regular
no
approved
30 Nov 2009
28 days
23 Nov 2009
03 Nov 2009
30 Nov 2009
Employer received the approval notice today. Best of luck to everyone. I am hoping yours goes through very soon as well.


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Posted by nda050325
06 Nov 2009 #1
Hi,
can you let me know if online filing can be done for all cases or only for specific cases?

Thank you.
Posted by nda050325
06 Nov 2009 #2
Can you also confirm if your priority date 28 Feb 2003 is correct? I noticed that you had your PERM approved on 22 Oct 2009.
Posted by littlemaster
06 Nov 2009 #3
Hi,

Yes, online filing can be done in all cases as far as I know as thats what the company that has offered me a job told me.

Yes the priority date is correct. I worked for a company for 7 years. They had started my green card process and labor got approved in 2006-2007 after a huge delay. Then they appied for I140 but due to economy was let go. So joined this new company. Worked for them for 3 months. Meanwhile old companies I140 went through. Now on H4 visa. Waiting for green card process to go through.

So everything that I had up there is valid:-)

Thanks,
Posted by nda050325
06 Nov 2009 #4
Thank you for the quick response.

I had one more question. Under PERM, your I-140 has to be filed within 6 months after your labor is approved. Was this restriction not there, during that time?
Posted by littlemaster
06 Nov 2009 #5
Hi again,

Well when my Labor was approved and at that time, PERM was not in place as much and this rule was not there. It took me nearly 2-3 to get over Labor Cert itself with the old company. The backlog was so bad. Man its been a long long wait.
Posted by littlemaster
06 Nov 2009 #6
oh I meant 2-3 years. Crazy time then.

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