Processing times are posted 45 days after they are reported from the field offices or service centers to allow for a quality control process that ensures the integrity of the data.Additionally, USCIS does not distinguish between premium and regular processing and calculates processing times together.USCIS Customers (applicants or petitioners) can create an account to more conveniently access information on pending applications and petitions.â€¨In addition, USCIS Customers can choose to receive automatic case status updates, which will be sent via e-mail.S., the I-130 may be filed “concurrently” with the relative’s application to adjust to permanent resident status (I-485). Processing times and the total volume of cases pending peaked around Nov. Here are USCIS’ reported figures, although they diverge significantly from what the New York Times reported: Source: USCIS (Source: USCIS) The USCIS hasn’t clearly explained the reasons for I-130 delays.
For example, the stated goal for Form I-140 is 4 months.
Here’s the chronology: USCIS is experiencing delays in adjudicating Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, filed by U. You have received this notice, together with a transfer notice, because your case was transferred to a service center.
Please review your transfer notice to determine which service center will be processing your case.
Why Are Processing Times Posted for Certain Applications and Petitions and Not Others?
Only a few applications for immigration benefits are not included in the processing time tables, and this is primarily due to the low volume of applications received and related customer inquiries.