Tolbert Beadle & Musgrave Llc: Musgrave Bryan N - Springfield, Missouri 65804

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USCIS Will Temporarily Suspend Premium Processing for All H-1B Petitions 03/03/2017 Starting April 3, 2017, USCIS will temporarily suspend premium processing for all H-1B petitions. This suspension may last up to 6 months. While H-1B premium processing is suspended, petitioners will not be able to file Form I-907, Request for Premium Processing Service for a Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker which requests the H-1B nonimmigrant classification. We will notify the public before resuming premium processing for H-1B petitions. Who Is Affected The temporary suspension applies to all H-1B petitions filed on or after April 3, 2017. Since FY18 cap-subject H-1B petitions cannot be filed before April 3, 2017, this suspension will apply to all petitions filed for the FY18 H-1B regular cap and master’s advanced degree cap exemption (the “master’s cap”). The suspension also applies to petitions that may be cap-exempt. While premium processing is suspended, we will reject any Form I-907 filed with an H-1B petition. If the petitioner submits one combined check for both the Form I-907 and Form I-129 H-1B fees, we will have to reject both forms. We will continue to premium process Form I-129 H-1B petitions if the petitioner properly filed an associated Form I-907 before April 3, 2017. Therefore, we will refund the premium processing fee if: The petitioner filed the Form I-907 for an H-1B petition before April 3, 2017, and We did not take adjudicative action on the case within the 15-calendar-day processing period. This temporary suspension of premium processing does not apply to other eligible nonimmigrant classifications filed on Form I-129. Requesting Expedited Processing While premium processing is suspended, petitioners may submit a request to expedite an H-1B petition if they meet the criteria on the Expedite Criteria webpage. It is the petitioner’s responsibility to demonstrate that they meet at least one of the expedite criteria, and we encourage petitioners to submit documentary evidence to support their expedite request. We review all expedite requests on a case-by-case basis and requests are granted at the discretion of the office leadership. Why We Are Temporarily Suspending Premium Processing for H-1B Petitions This temporary suspension will help us to reduce overall H-1B processing times. By temporarily suspending premium processing, we will be able to: Process long-pending petitions, which we have currently been unable to process due to the high volume of incoming petitions and the significant surge in premium processing requests over the past few years; and Prioritize adjudication of H-1B extension of status cases that are nearing the 240 day mark.
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New Immigrants Can Now Create a USCIS Online Account When Paying the USCIS Immigrant Fee A message for new immigrants from USCIS: You now have the option to create a USCIS online account when you pay the USCIS Immigrant Fee. A USCIS online account will let you easily track the status of your Green Card, receive electronic notifications and case updates, and change and update your mailing address. Although anyone can pay the USCIS Immigrant Fee on your behalf, only you can create a USCIS online account. Creating a USCIS online account is voluntary. Note: To create a USCIS online account, you will need to verify your identity by correctly answering questions about your personal immigration history. We recommend having documents such as your passport, immigrant visa, and copies of your visa application and your immigrant petition available for reference when answering the questions. If you are unable to answer your questions correctly, you will not be able to update your account profile or access case information from your USCIS online account until your identity is verified. If you cannot answer the questions correctly, you may schedule a free appointment to visit a local USCIS office and have your identity verified in person after you arrive in the United States (U.S.). Having your identity verified helps protect your personal information and ensures your Green Card and other secure documents are mailed to the correct address. If You Choose Not to Create an Online Account You can still track the status of your Green Card and other cases by using Case Status Online. To get the status of your case, you will need the receipt number for your USCIS Immigrant Fee payment. Your receipt number will begin with the letters “IOE.” If you move and need to update your mailing address, visit our Change of Address tool. Receiving Your Green Card We will mail your Green Card to the most recent U.S. mailing address we have on file for you. This could be the address you provided to the Department of State at the time of your immigrant visa interview or to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officer when you were admitted as a lawful permanent resident (LPR) to the U.S., or the address you update in your USCIS online account. If at the time of your admission to the U.S. as a LPR you plan to live at a different U.S. address than the one listed in your immigrant visa packet, please provide that address to the CBP officer. You may also update your address online if you have created a USCIS online account. Providing an accurate U.S. mailing address will ensure that your Green Card arrives at your new home. If you do not create a USCIS online account, you can update your mailing address by visiting our Change of Address website or by calling USCIS Customer Service at 1-800-375-5283 (TDD for the deaf and hard of hearing: 1-800-767-1833). You should receive your Green Card (Permanent Resident Card) within 120 days of your entry into the United States or within 120 days after your USCIS Immigrant Fee is received (whichever occurs later). If you do not receive your Green Card within this time frame, please submit an inquiry at my.uscis.gov/account/needhelp or log in to your USCIS online account for specific case inquiries and contact us at my.uscis.gov/account/inbox. Also, we recommend that you update your address with the U.S. Postal Service by visiting your local U.S. post office or online at usps.com/umove.
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