I know it is correct to say "Something is not urgent for me". But it is correct to say
I'm not urgent to do something.
If not, how do I state that I really want some problem to be resolved – maybe the problem is quite important in the future – but solving that problem is not urgent, and I would rather wait for some days or some weeks to find the best answer. That is, "I" is the subject, and the object of the verb or term I'm seeking may be a long phrase with long clauses.