In continuation with the previous WAC182005**** analysis we are publishing the data for WAC181955**** , most of the cases are filed on June 7 2018.
Moving from end of May to June clearly shows changes in the RFE scenario. It seems to be improving gradually for the better. Whether the federal lawsuit against USCIS is having effect on these changes is still not clear.
Please leave a comment if you want data analysed for a different date (include the first 9 digits of your petition number).
Total number of I-129 (H1B extension, amendments, consular) cases filed on 06/07/2018 (June 07 2018) – 1164
Here is the latest update with all of the WAC181955**** data. Total H1B cases – 1164. Data shows around 18% overall probability of getting RFE.
Below is the breakup case status as of today.
356 cases are already approved.
728 show the receipt is sent.
80 cases they have RFE issued.
Pending cases Split up
680 (244+356+80) cases filed in premium.
484 cases in regular mode.
244 premium cases show a status of pending for action as of 06/21/2018.
If you include the Approved and RFE cases as premium total of 695 cases were filed in premium.
- More than 50% of cases are being filed in premium.
- Rate of RFE seems to have dropped to around 18%. Is the new lawsuit causing some rogue case managers to behave better?
Keep watching this space, I will post regular updates as I see them.