Discuss Scandata's I-140 USCIS Case

I-140 case: Approved in 28 days (150 days less than average)
01 Feb 2013
31 Jul 2013
02 Aug 2013
05 Aug 2013
13 Aug 2013
Additional financial documentation from the Employer.
23 Aug 2013
28 Aug 2013
28 days
06 Aug 2013
29 Aug 2013

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Users currently watching this case: ChandraXXX, Scandata, Rombanallavan, immigblues 10 Comments

Posted by ChandraXXX
13 Aug 2013 #1
any update on ur case?
Posted by Scandata
14 Aug 2013 #2
I just received an update yesterday(08/13) saying that, "The 15 day premium processing clock has stopped" however the case status is still in Review. Hopefully it gets approved soon.
Posted by ChandraXXX
14 Aug 2013 #3

best of luck! is your case in initial review now?
Posted by ChandraXXX
15 Aug 2013 #4
any update on your case seems it is 15th day for you.
Posted by ChandraXXX
15 Aug 2013 #5
ah..sorry to know that...best of luck! That is a standard RFE they normally issue it seems.
Posted by immigblues
11 Sep 2013 #6
update please.. Does it sometimes take more than 15 days. For me, it is 15th day today after sending response to NOID, nothing heard yet
Posted by Scandata
11 Sep 2013 #7
It looks like it is longer than usual, It is better if your attorney can contact USCIS to get an update.
Posted by immigblues
12 Sep 2013 #8
That is the action plan, but based on your experiences, what do you think is going on. My Labor has incorrect entry of 12 months for experience, instead of 60. So attorney justified 60 months as correct.. Why do you think they are taking more time..
Posted by immigblues
12 Sep 2013 #9
And why did it take 28 days for you, when PP is 15 days. Was the fee refunded?
Posted by Scandata
12 Sep 2013 #10
USCIS should not take so much time, If the NOID response was sent by mail, track and make sure it reached USCIS. Regarding my case, the 28 days includes the time taken to respond to RFE and USCIS to give the final decision.

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