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California Service Center Processing Time Report (1/18/00)

Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 00012771 (posted Jan. 27, 2000)"

California Service Center Processing Dates

(Just In Time Report)

01/18/00

Petition Type Case Date Data Entry

I-90* 99-240 09/08/99*
I-102 98-149 05/04/98
I-129L 00-060 12/27/99
I-129 H1B COS/CN 00-030 11/12/99
I-129 H1 EOS 00-024 11/04/99
I-129 H2/H3 Vacant Vacant
I-129E 00-060 12/27/99
I-129R 00-046 12/06/99
I-129F 00-061 12/28/99
I-130(IR) Spouse 00-039 11/26/99
I-130(IR) M/C 00-047 12/07/99
I-130(IR) Other 99-255 09/28/99
I-130 Pref. Spouse 98-074 01/16/98
I-130 Pref. M/C 98-095 02/17/98
I-130 Pref. Other 98-058 12/23/97
I-131 00-065 01/03/00
I-140 99-131 04/07/99
I-360 FPL/Widows/Widowers 99-172 06/05/99
I-360 BPL/Religious 98-254 09/28/98
I-526 00-058 12/22/99
I-539 98-256 09/30/98
I-485 Health Care Workers Included “Dates are variable based on fingerprinting checks”
I-751 99-154 03/11/99
I-765 Special Students 00-071 01/11/00
I-765(c)(8)(a)(11)(Initial) 00-074 01/14/00
I-765(c)(8)(a)(11)(Renewal) 00-073 01/13/00
I-765(c)(9) 00-033 11/17/99
I-765(a)(13) 00-036 11/22/99
I-817** 98-249 09/22/98**
I-824 BPL 99-107 03/05/99
I-824 FPL 98-126 04/01/98
I-824 RPL 99-003 10/05/98
I-829** 99-155 02/23/99**

Please note that Os, Ps, and Qs are not listed because they are current.

* Files returned to the JIT from the product line responsible for change in date

** Dates being reassessed

AJitDts – Updated 01/21/00,dmj

How to Read CSC JIT Reports

· “Case date” means the fiscal year (first two digits) and the number of the “work day” of the fiscal year (the next three digits). “Work day” excludes Saturday, Sunday, and holidays.

· “Date entry” means the receipt date of the last case taken from the shelf assigned to the officer as of the date of the JIT Report. It is essentially a translation of the “case date” into a calendar date. It does not mean that the case is adjudicated on that date. Therefore, to make an inquiry, you must wait 30 days from that date.

· “Vacant” means that no application is on the shelf, but the officer may still have it on his/her desk.

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