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New INS Premium Processing Program Starts Friday, June 1

New INS Premium Processing Program Starts Friday, June 1

Old May 28th 2001, 5:49 pm
Carl Shusterman
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INS's Premium Processing Fee Program is scheduled to start on Friday, June
1. The program will enable employers to obtain a 15-day turnaround from the INS for
the following types of petitions/applications: 1. E-1 Treaty Trader; 2. E-2
Treaty Investor; 3. H-2A Agricultural Worker; 4. H-2B Temporary Worker;
2. H-3 Trainee; 6. O-1/O-2 Persons of Extraordinary Ability;
3. P-1/P-2/P-3 Athletes and Entertainers; and 8. Q-1 International Cultural
Exchange Visitors. Payment of a $1000 surcharge and submission of Form I-907 are
also required.

Within two months, H-1B's, R-1's and TN's will be added to the program. Eventually,
so will I-140's.

From more details about the program, see


We will conduct a free online chat about the new program in the near future.
Carl Shusterman served as a Trial Attorney for the U.S. Immigration Service (1976-82)
before entering private practice. He heads a four-attorney firm specializing
exclusively in immigration law. He maintains an extensive website entitled
"Immigration: A Practical Guide to Immigrating to the U.S." containing over 1,000
articles on all phases of immigration law. He is the author of SHUSTERMAN'S
IMMIGRATION UPDATE, a free, monthly e-mail newsletter on immigration laws and
procedures. You can subscribe online at http://shusterman.com

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