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indian_guy0219

How is the service center that I-140 gets sent to determined?

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Hi,

The law firm employed by the company I work for told me that my I-140 (EB2, non premium processing) will be sent to the Texas Service Center. However, when I got the receipt it turned out that the receipt number was from the Nebraska service center (receipt number starts with LIN) - when I asked the law firm about why my application ended up at the Nebraska service center instead of the Texas service center, they told me that all non premium processing application are sent to a Dallas lock box address from where USCIS sends it to either the Nebraska service center or Texas service center. The cases are evenly distributed between the two service centers. I wanted to verify that this information is correct. Anyone?

Thanks for the advice.

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Generally, it has been our understanding that cases for employment in the southern and eastern part of the United States are sent to the Texas Service Center and cases for employment in the Mid-Western and Western parts of the United States are sent to the Nebraska Service Center for processing.

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