Nebraska Service Center Tracker for I-140 - page 5

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   Silverdragon102
    Quote from 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?
    the lawyer just cancels one file and refiles but i think you have to wait a short peroid of time before you can refile
  2. by   lawrence01
    Of course, not mention if your original employer will agree to cancel it as there was a contract that was signed between you and them and usually there is a cancellation fee for that.
  3. by   nxt777
    thanks silverdragon and lawrence!

    its actually for my friend. i did ask suzanne too.

    i think im out of place with this thread (because it talks about the processing time of i-140 in nebraska.) hehe!

    thanks for your replies anyway! :wink2:
  4. by   Suzy13
    Finally I got !-140 approval!!!! After 9 month of waiting!!!
  5. by   suzanne4
    Quote from Silverdragon102
    the lawyer just cancels one file and refiles but I think you have to wait a short peroid of time before you can refile
    You can refile immediately, but the issue is the cancellation fee from the first employer. There is sure to be one for the costs that they have incurred, plus they will more than likely add on a fee to it. The lawyer's fees will be included as well, and can be several thousand dollars not including the fee for the I-140 filing, etc. Definitely money involved. And not a little sum for most.
  6. by   lawrence01
    Quote from Suzy13
    Finally I got !-140 approval!!!! After 9 month of waiting!!!
    Congrats !!!
  7. by   Suzy13
    Quote from lawrence01
    Congrats !!!
    Thank you Lawrence!
  8. by   wayne_s2k
    Quote from lawrence01
    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 petitions are being approved by this Service Center.

    Thank you.

    hi my pd is 9-26-06 , but until now no approval yet on my i-140.
  9. by   lawrence01
    Quote from wayne_s2k
    hi my pd is 9-26-06 , but until now no approval yet on my i-140.
    If you are sure the it is in Nebraska, you may have to wait a little bit more. The way members are posting in this thread, Nebraska processes I-140s on the ave. of 6-10 mos.
  10. by   wayne_s2k
    Quote from lawrence01
    If you are sure the it is in Nebraska, you may have to wait a little bit more. The way members are posting in this thread, Nebraska processes I-140s on the ave. of 6-10 mos.


    hello lawrence,

    My notice of reciept is 9-26-06. Last May 18,2007 the proccessing date under skilled and prof of i-140 is Sept 25 2006. I dont know why it went back as of today to Jan 01 2006. i dont know how to retrieve the May 2007 processing dates of NSC. Can you help me?

    why is it that the said processing dates went back to Jan 2006 instead of going forward to Dec 2006? Is that the usual protocol? Im discouraged now. Im hoping to catch the relief of retrogression in case my case is approve now. I hope you can enligthen me on this!

    thanks.
  11. by   lawrence01
    Quote from wayne_s2k
    hello lawrence,

    My notice of reciept is 9-26-06. Last May 18,2007 the proccessing date under skilled and prof of i-140 is Sept 25 2006. I dont know why it went back as of today to Jan 01 2006. i dont know how to retrieve the May 2007 processing dates of NSC. Can you help me?

    why is it that the said processing dates went back to Jan 2006 instead of going forward to Dec 2006? Is that the usual protocol? Im discouraged now. Im hoping to catch the relief of retrogression in case my case is approve now. I hope you can enligthen me on this!

    thanks.
    I would not stress my self out of that. They have been inaccurate before (lots of reports of I-140s being approved even though the dates reported there are still stuck in a much later date) and if you'll go back to the recent report and read their notice, they have admitted that the reports has not been real-time or accurate and they are in the process of making all their future reports accurate. And if you'll check on Texas Service Center, it even went back as far as 2003. I would not make something out of it at the moment.

    Plus, of course the Schedule A Category was already deleted from the Visa Bulletin a few months ago. Thousands of I-140s for nurses has already been approved in 2006.
    Last edit by lawrence01 on Jun 18, '07
  12. by   lawrence01
    The only thing I can recommend is to check your case status on-line by going to www.uscis.gov and enter your case number on the Check Case Status option found on the lower right side of the webpage.

    Another way of doing it is by creating a customer portfolio account w/ USCIS (https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/jsps/index.jsp) and select to send an automatic report via e-mail as soon as their is activity in your case. If gets approved, they send an automatic e-mail to you saying so. If they need a Request for Further Evidence (RFE) you get sent an e-mail as well automatically. Once activated, you only need to wait for the e-mails telling your case status, so far. You can also just choose to go to your portfolio account and see your case status. It will say 'pending', 'approved', needs 'RFE', etc..

    The processing dates page should only be used a as rough guide.
    Last edit by lawrence01 on Jun 18, '07
  13. by   wayne_s2k
    thanks you so much lawrence01. your admonitions were all carried seriously for my offensive move.





    Quote from lawrence01
    The only thing I can recommend is to check your case status on-line by going to www.uscis.gov and enter your case number on the Check Case Status option found on the lower right side of the webpage.

    Another way of doing it is by creating a customer portfolio account w/ USCIS (https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/jsps/index.jsp) and select to send an automatic report via e-mail as soon as their is activity in your case. If gets approved, they send an automatic e-mail to you saying so. If they need a Request for Further Evidence (RFE) you get sent an e-mail as well automatically. Once activated, you only need to wait for the e-mails telling your case status, so far. You can also just choose to go to your portfolio account and see your case status. It will say 'pending', 'approved', needs 'RFE', etc..

    The processing dates page should only be used a as rough guide.

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