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AILA Doc No. 02081940 | Dated August 16, 2002
We are currently processing cases with these Receipt Notice dates:
|I-129 H1B COS/CN||04/04/02|
|I-129 H1 EOS||03/27/02|
|I-129 O, P, Q||05/17/02|
|I-130 (IR) **||09/10/01|
|I-130 Pref. **||04/06/98|
|I-140 A&B E1-E2||03/19/02|
|I-140 C E1- 3||06/13/02|
|I-140 D E2 - 1||07/31/02|
|I-140 E E - 3||05/29/02|
|I-140 G EW - 3||06/06/02|
|I-212 Waiver Ready||12/06/00|
|I-612 Waiver Hold||07/01/02|
|I-485 “Ready to Adjudicate”||08/01/01|
|I-765 30 Day (c)(8) Initial ONLY||06/11/02|
|I-765 90 Day*||04/16/02|
|I-824 DIV I & II||03/27/02|
|I-824 DIV III||03/26/02|
|I-824 DIV IV||03/27/02|
I-140 & I-485 dates reflect only those cases wherein a quota number is available
How to Read this Report
An application or petition with a Receipt Notice date listed above should be processed within 30 days of this notice. If the receipt date on your Receipt Notice shows an earlier date and thirty days have passed since that receipt date, please send an inquiry to fax number (949) 389-3485. If you applied after the indicated date, we are not processing your case at this time.
Example: Look at the top lines of your receipt. If you filed Form I-90, and the report says that the service center is processing cases with your Receipt Notice date, you should hear from us within thirty days.
Please wait thirty days after the current processing date of your case is shown above before inquiring.
JIT for public 08/16/02
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 02081940.