We certainly hope so! It’s not guaranteed, however, and they have missed their expected deadlines in the past.Last Spring, for example, they announced that they would suspend cap-subject H1B petitions filed during the first week of April 2018. They expected to reinstate premium processing on September 10, 2018. Instead, they not only extended the suspension but also expanded it to apply to a much wider range of H1B extension cases as well as the lottery cases that were initially impacted. They expected that this version of the suspension would last through February 19, 2019.As of January 28, 2019, they resumed premium processing for April 2018 lottery cases. Believe it or not, a significant number of these are still pending in 2019! This announcement applied only to lottery cases, however, so we’re still waiting for premium processing to come back for impacted transfer petitions. As we have seen, they are not bound to their estimated deadlines, but the fact that they have already reinstituted premium processing for lottery cases is hopefully a good sign.