USCIS completes CW-1 cap lottery for FY 2019, returns unselected petitions

(U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) — On April 15, 2018, USCIS used a computer-generated random selection process to select enough petitions to meet the fiscal year 2019 cap of 4,999 for the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands-Only Transitional Worker or CW-1 program.

USCIS announced on April 11 that it had received CW-1 petitions for more than the number of visas available for FY 2019 and that it would conduct a lottery for petitions received between April 2 and April 13.The agency has completed data entry for all FY 2019 CW-1 cap-subject petitions selected in the lottery and has returned all petitions that were not selected in the lottery.

If you submitted a CW-1 cap-subject petition between April 2 and April 13 and have not received a receipt notice or a returned petition by May 16, you may contact USCIS for assistance:

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