If an I-129 is filed for employer transfer today with premium processing (i-907) services, how long will it take to get the receipt no from USCIS? Will the receipt number come in mail only? Or does USCIS notify via email as well
With premium processing my office receives usually an email receipt with a case number from the CSC inLaguna Niguel the within 2-3 days of CSC receiving the FedEx package from us. In some rare cases, 4 days. The comes the receipt in the mail within a week.
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We receive the email confirmation from USCIS about 1-3 days after filing the petition.
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The Premium Processing Unit will email an electronic receipt notice typically the following day (sometimes 2 days later). The original Form I-797 receipt notice will follow via regular mail within one week. Sometimes we receive the original approval and the receipt notice the same day (only in premium processing cases).
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