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USCIS Alters Filing Location for Form I-907 Accompanying Form I-140

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is set to implement changes in the filing location for Form I-907, Request for Premium Processing, filed concurrently with Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Workers, starting November 13.

As part of ongoing efforts to enhance efficiency, reduce physical presence at service centers, and streamline processes, USCIS will transition the filing location for newly submitted Forms I-140 accompanied by Form I-907 from service centers to the USCIS lockbox.

It’s important to note that this change doesn’t apply to those filing Form I-907 for a currently pending Form I-140 or those submitting Form I-140 with associated applications (e.g., Form I-765, Form I-131, or Form I-485). Separate announcements will detail filing location changes for these forms, but for now, they should be submitted to the service centers as indicated on the Direct Filing Addresses for Form I-140 page.

Starting November 13, applicants should utilize the specified addresses when mailing Form I-140 and Form I-907 together to USCIS. After December 13, any Form I-907 filed with Form I-140 received at the previous service center address will be rejected.

Beneficiaries intending to work in the listed states should use the USCIS Phoenix Lockbox address, while those in other states should use the USCIS Elgin Lockbox address. Different mailing instructions apply for U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and FedEx/UPS/DHL deliveries, ensuring a smooth transition to the new filing location. Stay informed to avoid any disruptions in the filing process.

Source: USCIS