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On September 23, 2013 (2:49 PM) / Senator's office wrote:
Hello XXXXXX,
We have received the response below from the USCIS Omaha field office regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.
“This case is in our office. The officer assigned to this case told me that she will work on this case today. Therefore, the petitioner should receive correspondence on this case this week.”
Based on this response, please feel free to contact our office if you have not received correspondence from USCIS by Monday, September 30, 2013.

This is a good news for you. May be you will be processed soon! :)

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Finally received this in the e-mail yesterday.

On September 23, 2013 (10:49 AM) / Senator's office wrote:

Hello XXXXXXX,

We have received the response below from the USCIS National Benefits Center regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.

After a review of our systems it was found that Case MSC 13 XXX XXXXX, Form I-130 filed on behalf of XXXXXXX was transferred to the USCIS Omaha Field Office on 09/17/2013 for further processing. The NBC no longer has jurisdiction over this case. You will need to contact the field office for further assistance.

We have contacted the USCIS Omaha Field office for a response. We will be back in touch with you as soon as we receive a reply.

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On September 23, 2013 (2:49 PM) / Senator's office wrote:

Hello XXXXXX,

We have received the response below from the USCIS Omaha field office regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.

This case is in our office. The officer assigned to this case told me that she will work on this case today. Therefore, the petitioner should receive correspondence on this case this week.

Based on this response, please feel free to contact our office if you have not received correspondence from USCIS by Monday, September 30, 2013.

===============================================================================================================

I hope something happens this week. I am sure these political represenatatives were not able to do anything with my case but I was in line.

So, I would suggest calling USCIS and asking if the file has been transferred. Maybe, we March filer's petitions are getting sent to local office in batches hence your's maybe in that batch.

KP & SP, finally some good news. I am very excited to hear that. Maybe everyone's petition is being sent to the local office and will be adjudicated there. The letter you had was the first positive one to come from a senator's office and seemed promising too. All the best to you and the rest of us.

Finally received this in the e-mail yesterday.

On September 23, 2013 (10:49 AM) / Senator's office wrote:

Hello XXXXXXX,

We have received the response below from the USCIS National Benefits Center regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.

After a review of our systems it was found that Case MSC 13 XXX XXXXX, Form I-130 filed on behalf of XXXXXXX was transferred to the USCIS Omaha Field Office on 09/17/2013 for further processing. The NBC no longer has jurisdiction over this case. You will need to contact the field office for further assistance.

We have contacted the USCIS Omaha Field office for a response. We will be back in touch with you as soon as we receive a reply.

=================================================================================================================

On September 23, 2013 (2:49 PM) / Senator's office wrote:

Hello XXXXXX,

We have received the response below from the USCIS Omaha field office regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.

This case is in our office. The officer assigned to this case told me that she will work on this case today. Therefore, the petitioner should receive correspondence on this case this week.

Based on this response, please feel free to contact our office if you have not received correspondence from USCIS by Monday, September 30, 2013.

===============================================================================================================

I hope something happens this week. I am sure these political represenatatives were not able to do anything with my case but I was in line.

So, I would suggest calling USCIS and asking if the file has been transferred. Maybe, we March filer's petitions are getting sent to local office in batches hence your's maybe in that batch.

KP & SP, finally some good news. I am very excited to hear that. Maybe everyone's petition is being sent to the local office and will be adjudicated there. The letter you had was the first positive one to come from a senator's office and seemed promising too. All the best to you and the rest of us.

Finally received this in the e-mail yesterday.

On September 23, 2013 (10:49 AM) / Senator's office wrote:

Hello XXXXXXX,

We have received the response below from the USCIS National Benefits Center regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.

After a review of our systems it was found that Case MSC 13 XXX XXXXX, Form I-130 filed on behalf of XXXXXXX was transferred to the USCIS Omaha Field Office on 09/17/2013 for further processing. The NBC no longer has jurisdiction over this case. You will need to contact the field office for further assistance.

We have contacted the USCIS Omaha Field office for a response. We will be back in touch with you as soon as we receive a reply.

=================================================================================================================

On September 23, 2013 (2:49 PM) / Senator's office wrote:

Hello XXXXXX,

We have received the response below from the USCIS Omaha field office regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.

This case is in our office. The officer assigned to this case told me that she will work on this case today. Therefore, the petitioner should receive correspondence on this case this week.

Based on this response, please feel free to contact our office if you have not received correspondence from USCIS by Monday, September 30, 2013.

===============================================================================================================

I hope something happens this week. I am sure these political represenatatives were not able to do anything with my case but I was in line.

So, I would suggest calling USCIS and asking if the file has been transferred. Maybe, we March filer's petitions are getting sent to local office in batches hence your's maybe in that batch.

KP & SP, finally some good news. I am very excited to hear that. Maybe everyone's petition is being sent to the local office and will be adjudicated there. The letter you had was the first positive one to come from a senator's office and seemed promising too. All the best to you and the rest of us.

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Great.. I hope for the best for you (and all of us)

Finally received this in the e-mail yesterday.
On September 23, 2013 (10:49 AM) / Senator's office wrote:
Hello XXXXXXX,
We have received the response below from the USCIS National Benefits Center regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.
“After a review of our systems it was found that Case MSC 13 XXX XXXXX, Form I-130 filed on behalf of XXXXXXX was transferred to the USCIS Omaha Field Office on 09/17/2013 for further processing. The NBC no longer has jurisdiction over this case. You will need to contact the field office for further assistance.”
We have contacted the USCIS Omaha Field office for a response. We will be back in touch with you as soon as we receive a reply.
=================================================================================================================
On September 23, 2013 (2:49 PM) / Senator's office wrote:
Hello XXXXXX,
We have received the response below from the USCIS Omaha field office regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.
“This case is in our office. The officer assigned to this case told me that she will work on this case today. Therefore, the petitioner should receive correspondence on this case this week.”
Based on this response, please feel free to contact our office if you have not received correspondence from USCIS by Monday, September 30, 2013.
===============================================================================================================
I hope something happens this week. I am sure these political represenatatives were not able to do anything with my case but I was in line.
So, I would suggest calling USCIS and asking if the file has been transferred. Maybe, we March filer's petitions are getting sent to local office in batches hence your's maybe in that batch.

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I wish that was true but unfortunately there are a huge number of FEB filers waiting for NOA2.

there was some one in these VJ forums tracking bunch of MSCxxxx numbers to check the approvals from Jan and Feb and according to his trackings FEB is still a huge backlog.

I actually think almost all Jan filers are done, and most of Feb filers are. There's no way it'll take another 9 months just to do March filers.

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Finally received this in the e-mail yesterday.
On September 23, 2013 (10:49 AM) / Senator's office wrote:
Hello XXXXXXX,
We have received the response below from the USCIS National Benefits Center regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.
“After a review of our systems it was found that Case MSC 13 XXX XXXXX, Form I-130 filed on behalf of XXXXXXX was transferred to the USCIS Omaha Field Office on 09/17/2013 for further processing. The NBC no longer has jurisdiction over this case. You will need to contact the field office for further assistance.”
We have contacted the USCIS Omaha Field office for a response. We will be back in touch with you as soon as we receive a reply.
=================================================================================================================
On September 23, 2013 (2:49 PM) / Senator's office wrote:
Hello XXXXXX,
We have received the response below from the USCIS Omaha field office regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.
“This case is in our office. The officer assigned to this case told me that she will work on this case today. Therefore, the petitioner should receive correspondence on this case this week.”
Based on this response, please feel free to contact our office if you have not received correspondence from USCIS by Monday, September 30, 2013.
===============================================================================================================
I hope something happens this week. I am sure these political represenatatives were not able to do anything with my case but I was in line.
So, I would suggest calling USCIS and asking if the file has been transferred. Maybe, we March filer's petitions are getting sent to local office in batches hence your's maybe in that batch.

This is the most promising response I have seen so far.. please let us know if it speaks the truth.

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I wish that was true but unfortunately there are a huge number of FEB filers waiting for NOA2.

there was some one in these VJ forums tracking bunch of MSCxxxx numbers to check the approvals from Jan and Feb and according to his trackings FEB is still a huge backlog.

Actually, VJ is sooooo small of a percentage of the actual number of filers. You can see the last time each person has last accessed thier profile... I would bet alot of Feb filers never came back to update their timelines..

The flood is coming... ClockWatch2.gif

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Fingers crossed KPSP! Hopefully you will get good news with in this week......

Finally received this in the e-mail yesterday.
On September 23, 2013 (10:49 AM) / Senator's office wrote:
Hello XXXXXXX,
We have received the response below from the USCIS National Benefits Center regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.
“After a review of our systems it was found that Case MSC 13 XXX XXXXX, Form I-130 filed on behalf of XXXXXXX was transferred to the USCIS Omaha Field Office on 09/17/2013 for further processing. The NBC no longer has jurisdiction over this case. You will need to contact the field office for further assistance.”
We have contacted the USCIS Omaha Field office for a response. We will be back in touch with you as soon as we receive a reply.
=================================================================================================================
On September 23, 2013 (2:49 PM) / Senator's office wrote:
Hello XXXXXX,
We have received the response below from the USCIS Omaha field office regarding the I-130, Petition for an Alien Relative, filed on behalf of XXXXXXXXXX.
“This case is in our office. The officer assigned to this case told me that she will work on this case today. Therefore, the petitioner should receive correspondence on this case this week.”
Based on this response, please feel free to contact our office if you have not received correspondence from USCIS by Monday, September 30, 2013.
===============================================================================================================
I hope something happens this week. I am sure these political represenatatives were not able to do anything with my case but I was in line.
So, I would suggest calling USCIS and asking if the file has been transferred. Maybe, we March filer's petitions are getting sent to local office in batches hence your's maybe in that batch.

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Hello fellow March filers and co-sufferers... Last time I spoke to a tier 2 officer, she suggested I file an e-request. She said those go directly to USCIS and that I will have a chance to directly communicate with them (according to her, the call center people are not USCIS). In trying to file this e-request, I am presented with 2 choices, neither of which apply:

-Typographical error on a notice you received
-Non-Delivery of ASC Appointment Notice
Those of you who have filed a request, which did you pick? Were you presented with different choices?
Good luck and Godspeed to all.

anyone???

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There has been 14 K-1 approvals since yesterday (from all service center), and none I-130. I see how wisely govt is using my hard earn money to make sure people who are not committed to each other get to see each other faster than people who has already committed to each other and in some cases have kids too. Well Done! KUDOS!!

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There has been 14 K-1 approvals since yesterday (from all service center), and none I-130. I see how wisely govt is using my hard earn money to make sure people who are not committed to each other get to see each other faster than people who has already committed to each other and in some cases have kids too. Well Done! KUDOS!!

Exactly, doesn't make any sense. Congress need to act on these issues ASAP, are they being blindfolded?

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