What's Going on With Processing Dates?

enlightened

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#1
What's Going on With Processing Dates?

Those suckers don't seem to be moving. Since I filed my I140/I485 (July 2008), case status for I-140 didn't advance by even 1 week. What gives?

Does that mean that we'll be going from usual 1 year processing time for those cases to something more like 2 years? I wish there was some premium processing where I could just throw a couple thousand dollars at some incompetent government worker to get on with my case...

/end rant
 

10-02 canadian

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#2
Not sure how they fix the dates either

What's Going on With Processing Dates?

Those suckers don't seem to be moving. Since I filed my I140/I485 (July 2008), case status for I-140 didn't advance by even 1 week. What gives?

Does that mean that we'll be going from usual 1 year processing time for those cases to something more like 2 years? I wish there was some premium processing where I could just throw a couple thousand dollars at some incompetent government worker to get on with my case...

/end rant
I think you meant July 2007 and i am on the same boat. They say average national time is 12 months and mine is on 140 close to 15 months now. Premium is not an option so far. I think i saw that 5 months is a normal time for 140 on their website also which makes me thinks that they have lost touch of reality or have total incompetence on what a workload management is and planning skill set.
 

enlightened

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#3
No - I meant July 2008, I just filed a few months back... INS is just plain stupid - they could charge 10,000 for premium processing, and thousands of people would be more than glad to pay. No wonder this country is going down the toilet...
 

desperado140

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#4
Did you hear anything about your I-140? My husband is still waiting for his approval of the I-140 (RD April 26, 2007).
I called USCIS on Wednesday and some lady told me that either he or my lawyer needed to call for a servce request, since it's already out of their processing time frame.
So tonight we called and was told by another IO that we can't call for the service request. That I was given the wrong info over the phone and that either the lawyer or employer has to do this.
Has anyone had a similar experience?
What should we do?
My PD is current and has been for a while.
Should I call congressman's office?
I am already tired. Have been dealing with USCIS (or INS) for the past 17+ years). I am waiting for the day to divorce them and be set free.:confused:



I think you meant July 2007 and i am on the same boat. They say average national time is 12 months and mine is on 140 close to 15 months now. Premium is not an option so far. I think i saw that 5 months is a normal time for 140 on their website also which makes me thinks that they have lost touch of reality or have total incompetence on what a workload management is and planning skill set.
 
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