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Update on H1B 2009 : Application Receipts

I have been receiving lots of emails (92 emails yesterday alone) asking why they haven't received any notification from USCIS and how long they need to wait to get any confirmation. Some even getting suspicious about their employers that they are not telling them any truth about the whole processing. This prompted me to write this post. Hopefully everyone that is visiting this blog and asking questions in the blog posts will read this post, as it would be practically impossible to send response to each and everyone.

Why I haven't received any notification?

Employers are constantly receiving notifications every day, however there is no data on how many applications have been notified already. So everyone must wait until USCIS notifies that it had sent the final notification.

How long will it take?

You must wait at least until  the first week of June or until USCIS issues an notification that it had sent the last notification. Be patient and there is no point getting suspicious about your employer. If you can't trust your employer now itself, it would be very difficult in the future, as there is lot more uncertainty awaiting in the future.

I have noted all your email addresses and will send you an update by email whenever we see any notification from USCIS regarding this situation. You can alternately subscribe to this blog by email to get immediate alert whenever I write a post.

Hope all readers will understand and wait for a while before sending emails almost everyday asking about any new updates. Thank you and wish you all good luck.

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