Processing Times

718 La Migra can help you figure out the processing times for your specific type of case by linking you to the department handling your petition/application. On our page you can connect to the United States and Immigration Service (USCIS), the Department of Labor (DOL), and the Department of State (DOS).

USCIS Service Centers and Field Offices

To find the estimate processing time for the application you submitted to USCIS you must know (1) the office where your application has been filed or transferred to, (2) the type of application/petition, and (3) the date your application/petition was filed, all of which you can find on the Notice of Receipt mailed to you by USCIS.

Simply select the field office or service center that applies to you and we will direct you towards it’s processing times.

Administrative Appeals Office

The Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) is in charge of reviewing decisions made by USCIS officers to ensure that they adhere to immigration laws, regulations, and policies, as well as, to maintain consistency. AAO reviews appeals and sends out resolutions through written decisions. These resolutions are put together by Appeals Officers for both individual applications or petitions for others to receive immigration benefits.

Here, we connect you to the Administrative Appeals Office page and the Processing Times page on the USCIS website.

Department of Labor Processing Times

We provide a link to the Labor Department’s Processing Times through PERM.

Nonimmigrant Visa Waiting Times

Here you can find the link to the Department of State’s Visa Wait Times  page. The DOS is in charge of of issuing temporary visas for over one hundred consulates around the world. On the website, you should select the appropriate consulate in order to find the current waiting times for your particular visa category.