Nebraska Service Center Tracker for I-140 - page 4

Please feel free to post here the date when your I-140 petitions were filed and are handled by this Service Center. Hopefully, this thread would serve as a tracker or updater on how long I-140... Read More

  1. by   suzanne4
    Quote from Suzy13
    Hi,Suzanne and Lawrence!
    I just wanted to ask you : my attorney got letter form Nebraska center for additional information for I140 that was sent in July 2006.When I called my attorney and asked what kind of information it is,thay didn't answer me,they just said: don't worry ,we're working on it. I tried few times,but didn't get the answer. It's my right to know ,isn't it? Or may be i'm wrong,and they know what they-re doing and i'm too nosy.
    Thank you
    Sorry, but it is your right to know. Their mistake on not including everything in the beginning cost you months and months of time.

    And they may not know what they are doing. The petition requires specific information from the facility/employer and if anything gets left out, USCIS will be asking for additional information. And you do not know if they will submit things properly this time.

    Saw 25 nurses last year that waited for more than 12 months to get approval and they were all denied. Agency told them that USCIS has made changes and they never knew about it. But there were no changes, only errors made by the agency.

    If it was me, I would wait until you get a satisfactory answer from them.
    Their answer is not good enough for me, means that they made a mess and are trying to clean it up. Or they would have easily told you what they needed to re-submit.
  2. by   suzanne4
    Just noted that you are in the US. Did you go to school here and are on the EAD? I know quite a few that had their I-140 just submitted before the end of October and they have their approval already. Suggest that you have a little talk with your attorney. Especially if you are in the US already.

    And did you hire this attorney, or your empoyer?
  3. by   Suzy13
    Hi,Suzanne,thank you so much for your answer.
    Yes,I graduated from US school and I'm here on EAD. While i was writing you,my attorney called me back and asked to come and see them . Additional information suppose to be from my hospital,so i need to get this letter from my attorney and bring it to the hospital. So, I'll let you know what's it about. Somebody adviced me my attorney, not empoyer.
    Thank you again for your help.
  4. by   suzanne4
    Quote from Suzy13
    Hi,Suzanne,thank you so much for your answer.
    Yes,I graduated from US school and I'm here on EAD. While i was writing you,my attorney called me back and asked to come and see them . Additional information suppose to be from my hospital,so i need to get this letter from my attorney and bring it to the hospital. So, I'll let you know what's it about. Somebody adviced me my attorney, not empoyer.
    Thank you again for your help.
    Then that means that you should be 100% in control, since you are paying for their services. And the additional information needed from your employer means that the attorney never submitted what was required in the first place. They need to take some responsibility for the delay.
  5. by   kingmig
    Hello everyone. I just received my I-140 approval today and I'm so happy. My case was filed last Aug. 1, 2006 at Nebraska Visa Center.
  6. by   lawrence01
    Quote from kingmig
    Hello everyone. I just received my I-140 approval today and I'm so happy. My case was filed last Aug. 1, 2006 at Nebraska Visa Center.
    Congrats !!! Finally. :smiley_aa Almost 8 mos.
  7. by   kingmig
    Thanks a lot!!!!!!
  8. by   pinguina
    I also got approved today, py PD date was also Aug 1st )))))
  9. by   BurstPurse
    Quote from kingmig
    Hello everyone. I just received my I-140 approval today and I'm so happy. My case was filed last Aug. 1, 2006 at Nebraska Visa Center.
    Quote from pinguina
    I also got approved today, py PD date was also Aug 1st )))))
    Congrats to both of you. So what's the next step that you have to do?
  10. by   lawrence01
    Quote from BurstPurse
    Congrats to both of you. So what's the next step that you have to do?
    If they are doing it via consular processing they are now officially part of retrogression. If they did it via AOS, they are also caught up in retrogression but they have the EAD that permits them to work temporarily while they wait for their AOS and for retrogression to be lifted.
  11. by   Suzy13
    Hi,Suzanne nad Lawrence!
    My lawyer just sent another additional information to Nebraska center,I was waiting for 8 months (July 25,2006 )for I140 approval,but my attorney did mistake and now they want more information from him. So, how long do you think i'm going to wait more? I'm so sad.
    Thank you.
  12. by   lawrence01
    Quote from Suzy13
    Hi,Suzanne nad Lawrence!
    My lawyer just sent another additional information to Nebraska center,I was waiting for 8 months (July 25,2006 )for I140 approval,but my attorney did mistake and now they want more information from him. So, how long do you think i'm going to wait more? I'm so sad.
    Thank you.
    It won't take another 8 mos. if your lawyer will promptly send the lacking information/documents.

    Make sure you follow-up on your lawyer if he had sent it already.
  13. by   nxt777
    is there a way to cancel the i-140 if they have submitted it already? and start with a new i-140 with another employer?

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