Discuss gurubaba's I-140 USCIS Case

I-140 case: Approved in 404 days (-226 days more than average)
India
primary
Nebraska
EB1C
05 Oct 2015
02 Oct 2015
05 Oct 2015
14 Oct 2015
SRC1690XXXXXX
concurrent
regular
yes
05 Aug 2016
1. Prove that Home location company and US company are same or subsidiaries of a wider organization 2. More details on managerial role in previous location
02 Nov 2016
approved
09 Nov 2016
404 days
13 Mar 2016
04 Dec 2016
I filed my I140 at Texas but then they transferred it to Nebraska.


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Posted by eebeeonesee
03 Apr 2016 #1
SRC is Texas, not Nebraska
Posted by eebeeonesee
03 Apr 2016 #2
Ah, saw your notes now !
Posted by gurubaba
26 Apr 2016 #3
Is anyone getting any updates on Oct 2015 PD cases? Recently seen some movement in Aug 2015 cases handled by Nebraska and even Texas too.

It seems clear that First in first out is not being the case as later cases are being processed and approved. But suddenly looks like Nebraska is getting slower. Are they trying to all service centers to same level in terms of processing times?

Also, will be great to hear some experience where a case was transferred.

Cheers

Posted by anfield
26 Apr 2016 #4
How did you get to know about the move to Nebraska. Its 7 months now and I have not had any communication from USCIS.
Posted by eebeeonesee
26 Apr 2016 #5
https://www.uscis.gov/news/i-140-i-485-workload-transfers-and-change-direct-filing-address-certain-form-i-140-petitions-submitted-together-form-i-907-request-premium-processing
Last transfers happened around Oct 2015.

Nebraska has been moving at a steady pace (should be at 1st week of Sept currently), while Texas has been jumping around (so not very predictable).
Posted by okdone
10 Jul 2016 #6
Hi, what's your current visa - L1 or H1?

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