Discuss akm1234's I-140 USCIS Case

I-140 case: Pending for 2573 days (-2396 days more than average)
31 Mar 2017
30 Mar 2017
31 Mar 2017
17 Apr 2017
25 Mar 2018
Employer not revealed.
20 Jun 2018
2269 days
15 Dec 2017
07 Jul 2018

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Users currently watching this case: every1calmdown, vivjoyd, akm1234, PehelwanJuglu, samguptaatl, Inats, mohdaslam, asinanana1 12 Comments

Posted by vivjoyd
27 Dec 2017 #1
Any update in your case?
Posted by akm1234
27 Dec 2017 #2
No Updates. What about you?
Posted by vivjoyd
27 Dec 2017 #3
Same for me. I m getting validation error. Keep us posted.
Posted by PehelwanJuglu
07 Jan 2018 #4
Did you check with your lawyer?
Posted by akm1234
07 Jan 2018 #5
I checked with my employer and they said it is within normal processing time. They did not give any explanation.
Posted by PehelwanJuglu
07 Jan 2018 #6
Lawyer is Bull s******. SR must be raised if processing not done 30 days beyond published date by USCIS. Which is the case.

Two things can happen:

1. Either your lawyer is BS... pressurize them to raise SR
2. Or check if you are on L1A or moved to EB1 from EB2...

good luck
Posted by samguptaatl
27 Jan 2018 #7
Did you get any update on your 140?
Posted by akm1234
27 Jan 2018 #8
No updates on I-140 so far. 485 cases are transferred to NBC on 01/11/2018.What abt you?
Posted by Inats
28 Jan 2018 #9
hang on a minute, I140 pending, but 485 sent to NBC??

Thought I have seen it all.. oh well.. good luck then
Posted by mohdaslam
26 Feb 2018 #10
Have you received any update?
Posted by mohdaslam
06 Mar 2018 #11
How did you know that your 485 have been transferred to Nebraska? Did you receive any notification from them?
Posted by akm1234
06 Mar 2018 #12
485 cases are transferred to NBC - National Benefits center not Nebraska , Lees Summit, MO. Case is updated in USCIS site and I also received
Receipt notice with same information.

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