March 13, 2019—Washington, D.C.— The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has just announced that it has resumed premium processing for all H-1B visa petitions as of March 12. USCIS guarantees a 15-day processing time when an H-1B petitioner properly requests the agency’s premium processing service, so it is important to take action within the 15-calendar day processing time.
Those who have received a request for evidence (RFE) for a pending petition should be sure to include the RFE response with the premium processing request. If the pending H-1B visa petition was transferred, the premium processing request must be submitted to the USCIS service center that is handling your petition.
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· What is premium processing for H-1B visa petitions?
· How does premium processing for H-1B visa petitions benefit employees and/or their employers?
· Who is eligible for premium processing for H-1B visas?
|Who:||Tully Rinckey PLLC Partner Michael J. Freestone, Esq., a highly experienced immigration attorney with more than eight years of experience in immigration law, including all types of non‐immigrant petitions, visa and consular issues, employment- and family-based immigrant petitions, adjustment of status applications, and naturalization.
“The return of premium processing for H-1B visas is great news for those filing for Fiscal Year 2020 H-1B cap visas and also could indicate a move toward faster processing of other types of visas in the future,” said Tully Rinckey PLLC Partner Michael J. Freestone, Esq.
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