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USCIS Resumes Premium Processing for H-1B Petitions

- Feb/2019

Beginning February 19, 2019, the USCIS will resume premium processing for all H1-B petitions filed prior to December 21, 2018.

If you have received a transfer notice of your H1-B petition, you must contact the USCIS service center where your case was filed, and request premium processing for your case. You can find contact information for each service center at: https://bit.ly/2TQOTdx

When contacting the service center, be sure to submit a transfer notice with your premium processing request. If you received a notice of request for evidence (RFE), you should include such notice when sending USCIS the requested documentation.

The USCIS guarantees 15 days response time for those requesting premium processing. Should the processing time exceed 15 days, USCIS will refund the premium services fee to the petitioner (and continue to process the request).

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