The USCIS announced that it is resuming the Premium Processing service for R-1 nonimmigrant religious worker petitions filed by certain Petitioners. The USCIS confirmed that only those Petitioners who have successfully passed at least one on-site inspection are eligible to file through the Premium Processing program. The USCIS also confirmed that the Petitioner’s site inspection must have occurred at the location where the Beneficiary will be employed. The USCIS stated that prior to accepting the Form I-907 Premium Processing Request, it will conduct a system search to verify whether or not a successful site inspection was completed at the location where the Beneficiary will be employed. The USCIS recommended that Petitioner’s requesting Premium Processing may want to submit a copy of a previous R-1 Approval Notice to facilitate the USCIS in locating the Petitioner’s site inspection record. The USCIS also indicated that even though a Petitioner has previously passed a site inspection, a prior approved site inspection does not preclude the USCIS from conducting another site inspection or compliance review.