Discuss timekiller's I-485 USCIS Case

I-485 case: Approved in 144 days (512 days less than average)
Canada
Canada
primary
Nebraska
EB2
27 May 2014
19 Dec 2014
23 Dec 2014
02 Jan 2015
concurrent
premium
21 Jan 2015
20 Feb 2015
approved
12 May 2015
12 May 2015
20 May 2015
yes
yes
24 Mar 2015
24 Mar 2014
03 Apr 2015
03 Apr 2015
95 days
270 days
63 days
144 days
I changed my mind about Premium processing for the I-140 about a week after the application was filed and changed it to Premium. That's why you'll see that the I-140 is > 15 days between receipt and approval. May 20 2015, all done, card received. Jus
12 May 2015
21 May 2015
I changed my mind about Premium processing for the I-140 about a week after the application was filed and changed it to Premium. That's why you'll see that the I-140 is > 15 days between receipt and approval. May 20 2015, all done, card received. Jus


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Posted by littlepoor
12 May 2015 #1
Thanks for sharing.
Do you think the change from regular to premium is the reason for a little bit longer time to get fingerprint and EAD?
Posted by timekiller
13 May 2015 #2
Your guess is as good as mine what led to the somewhat longer than average time to get fingerprint and EAD. I see another case where the applicant has a very similar priority date to mine (within 2 days), did not use Premium for the I-140, still does not have the I-140 approved, and was fingerprinted a month before me. My guess would be that it's based somewhat on the demand at the fingerprinting offices local to each of us.

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