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I 130 priority date

#1 JogieM

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Posted 24 February 2012 - 02:45 AM

I received 1 NOA , it says my priority date is February 9, 2012. What does the priority date mean?
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#2 pushbrk

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Posted 24 February 2012 - 04:06 AM

I received 1 NOA , it says my priority date is February 9, 2012. What does the priority date mean?


Not much at all for the spouse of a US Citizen. It means that's the date your petition officially entered the system and nothing more.
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#3 JogieM

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Posted 25 February 2012 - 09:24 AM

Oh, thanks for replying.
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#4 angelo gutierrez

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Posted 26 February 2012 - 01:13 AM

Oh, thanks for replying.


Heads up, USCIS CSC is currently processing filers from July 2011. So this means you should get NOA 2 in 5-6 months or some people get it sooner (the lucky ones), it depends on the volume of applicants for the month.

GOOD LUCK. :thumbs:
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I-130 (Spouse of USC)

USCIS Stage
July 11 2011: Mailed from APO, AP address
July 16 2011: Delivered in Chicago Lock Box Facility
July 18 2011: Received notification via email with the receipt number NOA 1
July 25 2011: Received NOA1 (hard copy)
August 1 2011: Touched
February 16 2012: Approved!!!! (Received E-Mail from USCIS) NOA 2
It took 213 days before we got our NOA 2




NVC Stage
February 24 2012: NVC received the documents from USCIS
February 24 2012: Sent an email to NVC regarding DS 3032 (Assign an Agent)
February 27 2012: Case number assigned by National Visa Center
February 28 2012: Received an email from NVC telling me that they already received my DS 3032 (Assign an Agent) Now waiting for IIN
February 28 2012: Called NVC and I got my Invoice ID number, they told me to wait for the email before I can pay for it
February 29 2012: Received I-864/DS230 Invoice via E-Mail
February 29 2012: Paid I-864/IN PROCESS
February 29 2012: I-864 mailed from APO address (overseas)
March 1 2012: I-864 showing as PAID on the website
March 5 2012: I-864 Delivered at NVC (Portsmouth, NH)
March 8 2012: I-864 Approved!
April 8 2012: Sent DS 230
April 13 2012: Paid IV Bill (IN PROCESS)/NVC Received DS 230
April 17 2012: IV Bill showing as Paid on the website
May 3 2012: Case Completed (Interview date scheduled for 8th June 2012)
June 8 2012: Interview APPROVED!



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