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Here is combined data from VJ and a Chinese site,

http://001family.001.bank.cn/timeline/interviews.asp

I combined them into one spreadsheet. While 4 1/2 months is possible, 6 months seems more likely. And with the longer delay (CSC to NVC) and the upcoming holidays, I fear it could stretch out a bit.

Tom

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Here is combined data from VJ and a Chinese site,

http://001family.001.bank.cn/timeline/interviews.asp

I combined them into one spreadsheet. While 4 1/2 months is possible, 6 months seems more likely. And with the longer delay (CSC to NVC) and the upcoming holidays, I fear it could stretch out a bit.

Tom

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what is the url of the chinese sit? thanks

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Here is combined data from VJ and a Chinese site,

http://001family.001.bank.cn/timeline/interviews.asp

I combined them into one spreadsheet. While 4 1/2 months is possible, 6 months seems more likely. And with the longer delay (CSC to NVC) and the upcoming holidays, I fear it could stretch out a bit.

Tom

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what is the url of the chinese sit? thanks

Try www.candleforlove.com

This is a good site for Asian relationships.

Jim

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Here is combined data from VJ and a Chinese site,

http://001family.001.bank.cn/timeline/interviews.asp

I combined them into one spreadsheet. While 4 1/2 months is possible, 6 months seems more likely. And with the longer delay (CSC to NVC) and the upcoming holidays, I fear it could stretch out a bit.

Tom

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Nice work. Did you notice that the latest P2-interview is June 2, 2006? We have no new information to go on for now. But it nice to see a P2-Interview in just over 4 months,(All K1 I was looking at only), probably because they had no other K1's since the IMBRA stoppage and cranked out the interviews as fast as they could.

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Nice work. Did you notice that the latest P2-interview is June 2, 2006? We have no new information to go on for now. But it nice to see a P2-Interview in just over 4 months,(All K1 I was looking at only), probably because they had no other K1's since the IMBRA stoppage and cranked out the interviews as fast as they could.

Thanks.

It will be very interesting to see what happens to processing times with the flood of late July, Aug. and Sept. approvals. I hope it doesn't jam up the system. But the fact that CSC files now often take 2-3 weeks to get to NVC is not a good sign for the rest of the process.

I hope I'm being too conservative.

Tom

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