Question by  Valerie (60)

How much time does green card premium processing take?


Answer by  Christian9247 (5042)

Green Card Premium processing can take anywhere from 3 to 5 years to be processed. In that time an immigrant is to check in with Immigration and Naturalization Services to study for their American Citizenship test which comes after the green card bit. There are many papers to filed for this process.


Answer by  johnresa (2455)

The processing will be processed about two weeks after it is received. The downside is it can hinder some people instead of helping them. Also you may pay more and in the end it could take just as much time as it would have if you would have filed it the regular way.


Answer by  LeheckaG (1826)

For a $1,000 "premium processing" fee, the USCIS.Gov (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) processes certain portions of permanent resident (a.k.a. green card) applications in 15-calendar days. Otherwise, standard processing usually takes between 1 month & 6 months or more; depending on which: application forms, USCIS field office, and (California, Nebraska, Texas, Vermont) service center?


Answer by  jclick (1561)

Green card processing time varies widely based on your country of citizenship, whether or not you are in the United States, and the type of petition you are filing. In general, the process is faster if you are not yet in the United States, your spouse is an American citizen and you come from a country that has fewer immigrants.


Answer by  Jemian (222)

The processing of green cards is three to six months depending upon the documents required. There are three types of Green cards: employer sponsored, family sponsored and NSA Alien, which takes even longer. But, applying for a green card cannot take place until residency has been established for 3 to 5 years. It can take 7 years altogether.


Answer by  XQT (44)

Actually, it is not possible to get premium processing absent very unusual circumstances, such as a petitioner's failing health. Depending on a variety of factors, a green card will take 6 months or more. The factors that effect speed include the country of origin, the strength of evidence, and other factors.


Answer by  jclick (1561)

Green card processing time depends on a lot of factors: what country you come from, whether or not you are already in the United States, whether you have entered the country legally or illegally and the amount of visas the visa center is currently processing. You can check the status of your application on the State Department website.


Answer by  mogihumtusin1 (71)

Green cards processing time depends on what country you come from and other factor. Normally it take 2 weeks but need an additional price for that.


Answer by  revam (39)

Green card premium processing normally take 2 weeks but need to pay additional price for that.Though filed for I-140 it needs to be current date to get it processed.It can applied in 3 catogories.EB1 is usually very fast than EB2 and EB3.Though for EB1 need to be exceptional qualifications.

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