Thanks for information. We have the documentation the lawyer needs all
ready to go. He just isn't the quickest for getting things going. I know
our numbers aren't current at this time and that the I-140 isn't quite
the rush I wish it to be but I really need to be on this lawyer. We
wouldn't be in this situation right now if he had expedited things
properly in the past. We have asked what the hold up is and we get
replies like "things take time" etc. I don't know why he can't do things
to prepare ahead since we had to wait almost 2 years for labour
certification! Oh well, thanks for the input, I appreciate another take
> Filing I-140 alone shouldn’t take long assuming all documents are
> On your end you need to provide evidence of education and possibly
> experience. From the employer evidence of financial ability to pay
> wage is required. From DOL the paper copy of the certified labor is
> The form should take less then an hour to fill out. Add a 15 minute
> standard cover page and you’re close to being done. If the attorney is
> preparing to file concurrently then that is more work.
> If you’re priority date isn’t current then it’s unlikely that if your
> attorney sits on the case for a while would delay the outcome. In
> other words if you can’t file AOS then there is obvious rush in
> getting the I-140 approved.
> If you are using your employer’s attorney then they are known to let
> things drag on purpose.
> Why don’t you ask the attorney what is the hold’ up.