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Hey everyone,

So I know that this does not serve much purpose, but does anyone else wish that the processing time Canadians was faster? I mean we are a low risk country, have tons of agreements with the US, share one of the largest borders in the world.

You would think there would be a little bit of love for the neighbours to the north.

Mostly just a rant. I'm just frustrated with how long this process is going to take. We are only a month in at USCIS and are seemingly stuck at the slowest center for I-130 (NSC). With a baby on the way...and money being tight....really stressful. And only being at the beginning sucks.

Brent


USCIS

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2015-02-02: Sent I-130

2015-02-04: USCIS Received and transferred to NSC

2015-02-06: NOA1

2015-06-19: NOA2 Email. 133 days between NOA1 and NOA2

2015-06-26: USCIS update that case was sent to NVC

 

NVC

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2015-07-02: Case received by NVC

2015-07-14: Case number assigned when calling on 2015-07-20 but couldn't give emails as case was locked still

2015-07-27: Called and was able to give emails

2015-07-27: Submit DS-261

2015-07-27: Pay AOS Fee

2015-08-25: Receive IV bill

2015-08-26: Pay IV Fee

2015-09-05: Submit DS-260

2015-09-07: Sent AOS and IV package via EP

2015-10-11: Resubmit via EP after being told to do so on 2015-10-09 as it looked like our original emails were lost

2015-10-16: Received email for scan date of 2015-10-12. Told that basically nothing can be done and we need to wait 30 days from 2015-10-12 (30+ days lost because they lost our emails)

2015-10-26: Told case is basically complete but that they are building my electronic file. Told there is no timeline for this.

2015-10-30 & 2015-11-13: Still told no update. Building electronic file still and no timeline.

2015-11-17: Case Complete

2015-12-03: Receive packet 4

2015-12-15: Medical

2015-12-18: Medical picked up results

2016-01-12: Interview - Approved!

2016-02-03: POE

 

 

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It would definitely be awesome if there could be faster processing for Canadians emigrating to the US, for sure. In a perfect world it could possibly work, however, can you imagine the pressure on the Canadian immigration system were that to happen?

Some people would do anything to gain entry into the US easily. Canada is a country of immigrants itself, with a population coming from a wide variety of backgrounds (backgrounds that MUST be checked). It took 386 days for me to get my visa into my hands, and I am grateful that the process for me was relatively smooth. So many others (Canadians included) have been caught in the quicksand that USCIS and NVC can become. The system is complicated and time consuming for everyone, and for some countries good people are put through purgatory as the result of others' actions. Canada being a low fraud country does afford us a little less scrutiny in some ways I think, but no doubt there are fraudsters in Canada as well.

Personally, I would hate to hear of someone who slipped into the US through Canada fraudulently (because of special treatment for Canadians), and committed violent crime, or embezzlement, or even terrorism against America. I'm just playing the devil's advocate here, and although I thoroughly agree with the idea that Canadians be expedited through the process, I understand why that can't happen if the US is to maintain their security.

All this said, I do wish you a smooth (and not so long) journey through the process. Best of luck! :)


ROC

01/18/2017   Sent in I-751

01/26/2017   Check cashed

01/28/2017   Received NOA dated 01/20/2017

02/16/2017   Biometrics done

10/24/2017   Traveled to Minneapolis for I551 stamp

02/26/2018     Case received by Field Office - S. Paul

05/012018     Case transferred to another USCIS office for processing 

N-400

02/02/2018    Filed N-400 online

02/05/2018    NOA online - NOA letter 02/09/2018

02/21/2018     Biometrics walk-in

 

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I too can identify. Married in July and decided to go for the CR-1 vs the K-3, thus I had to return to Canada to and get more documents prepared to submit to USCIS, and, like you, our documents went to Nebraska - UGH. It's only been a month but feels like 3. I am patient at many things, but, definitely not patient with waiting to be reunited with my husband : ( Our timelines should look the same. BTW, have you looked into having your case expedited? I have read that in some cases, they have rushed some ahead of those for reasons of compassion. I wish you well and your family well, Brent. Congrats on news of a wee one on the way. May all go well.

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It would definitely be awesome if there could be faster processing for Canadians emigrating to the US, for sure. In a perfect world it could possibly work, however, can you imagine the pressure on the Canadian immigration system were that to happen?

Some people would do anything to gain entry into the US easily. Canada is a country of immigrants itself, with a population coming from a wide variety of backgrounds (backgrounds that MUST be checked). It took 386 days for me to get my visa into my hands, and I am grateful that the process for me was relatively smooth. So many others (Canadians included) have been caught in the quicksand that USCIS and NVC can become. The system is complicated and time consuming for everyone, and for some countries good people are put through purgatory as the result of others' actions. Canada being a low fraud country does afford us a little less scrutiny in some ways I think, but no doubt there are fraudsters in Canada as well.

Personally, I would hate to hear of someone who slipped into the US through Canada fraudulently (because of special treatment for Canadians), and committed violent crime, or embezzlement, or even terrorism against America. I'm just playing the devil's advocate here, and although I thoroughly agree with the idea that Canadians be expedited through the process, I understand why that can't happen if the US is to maintain their security.

All this said, I do wish you a smooth (and not so long) journey through the process. Best of luck! :)

Oh I totally understand that it probably isn't feasible...but yeah...I mean they could do it a couple ways like only people born in Canada or citizens of Canada...but even that would be hard...totally understand. I guess it is just frustrating since the US is so close yet so far. I know it must have been even harder for you because if I remember right your husband and you live very close to each other across the boarder, or relatively close. For me it is a 8-10 hour travel day with connections but if I knew I could be there now LEGALLY I would totally hop in the car as soon as possible and drive there haha. I think I am just having one of those days. And my wife I think is in a bad mood (I'm not really sure....). She like me is stressed about money, has been sick for 15 weeks because of the pregnancy, came down with a sinus infection and she has her daughter to take care of pretty much 24/7.

Thank you for the well wishes :)

I too can identify. Married in July and decided to go for the CR-1 vs the K-3, thus I had to return to Canada to and get more documents prepared to submit to USCIS, and, like you, our documents went to Nebraska - UGH. It's only been a month but feels like 3. I am patient at many things, but, definitely not patient with waiting to be reunited with my husband : ( Our timelines should look the same. BTW, have you looked into having your case expedited? I have read that in some cases, they have rushed some ahead of those for reasons of compassion. I wish you well and your family well, Brent. Congrats on news of a wee one on the way. May all go well.

I don't think I would qualify for an expedite sadly. I have been told that pregnancy is not a valid reason for one. I don't know if the fact that she is a little older and that makes her pregnancy riskier and the fact that she needs to have a c-section would help. Couple that with money issues...but I don't think our money issues would qualify as an extreme financial situation. It is just taxing with the two households....long story. Thing is we could try, but as I am not the USC, I can't talk to USCIS. My wife would have to be the one to call or write. And she is super busy with taking care of a daughter, dealing with all the stuff at home on her own, being sick, working at an elementary school during the day, etc...if I was able to contact them I would for sure try to push it through. Guess we will have to see what we will do.

Thank you so much for the well wishes. Good luck on your process too and I hope it goes great for the both of us!


USCIS

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2015-02-02: Sent I-130

2015-02-04: USCIS Received and transferred to NSC

2015-02-06: NOA1

2015-06-19: NOA2 Email. 133 days between NOA1 and NOA2

2015-06-26: USCIS update that case was sent to NVC

 

NVC

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2015-07-02: Case received by NVC

2015-07-14: Case number assigned when calling on 2015-07-20 but couldn't give emails as case was locked still

2015-07-27: Called and was able to give emails

2015-07-27: Submit DS-261

2015-07-27: Pay AOS Fee

2015-08-25: Receive IV bill

2015-08-26: Pay IV Fee

2015-09-05: Submit DS-260

2015-09-07: Sent AOS and IV package via EP

2015-10-11: Resubmit via EP after being told to do so on 2015-10-09 as it looked like our original emails were lost

2015-10-16: Received email for scan date of 2015-10-12. Told that basically nothing can be done and we need to wait 30 days from 2015-10-12 (30+ days lost because they lost our emails)

2015-10-26: Told case is basically complete but that they are building my electronic file. Told there is no timeline for this.

2015-10-30 & 2015-11-13: Still told no update. Building electronic file still and no timeline.

2015-11-17: Case Complete

2015-12-03: Receive packet 4

2015-12-15: Medical

2015-12-18: Medical picked up results

2016-01-12: Interview - Approved!

2016-02-03: POE

 

 

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I get it. I really do. Why they can't. They can't have fast lanes, and I do understand that, as nice as it would be.

But I do find myself exasperated about the fact that, as a Canadian citizen, I am privileged to be permitted to spend up to 6 months in the US without a visa, but the second I go to 6 months + 1 day, I BECOME A POTENTIAL TERRORIST AND CARRIER OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASE.

I laugh about it a lot, honestly, and ask where my Canadian TB and Terrorism gland is and how I can have it removed.


Met in 2010 on a forum for a mutual interest. Became friends.
2011: Realized we needed to evaluate our status as friends when we realized we were talking about raising children together.

2011/2012: Decided we were a couple sometime in, but no possibility of being together due to being same sex couple.

June 26, 2013: DOMA overturned. American married couples ALL have the same federal rights at last! We can be a family!

June-September, 2013: Discussion about being together begins.

November 13, 2013: Meet in person to see if this could work. It's perfect. We plan to elope to Boston, MA.

March 13, 2014 Married!

May 9, 2014: Petition mailed to USCIS

May 12, 2014: NOA1.
October 27, 2014: NOA2. (5 months, 2 weeks, 1 day after NOA1)
October 31, 2014: USCIS ships file to NVC (five days after NOA2) Happy Halloween for us!

November 18, 2014: NVC receives our case (22 days after NOA2)

December 17, 2014: NVC generates case number (50 days after NOA2)

December 19, 2014: Receive AOS bill, DS-261. Submit DS-261 (52 days after NOA2)

December 20, 2014: Pay AOS Fee

January 7, 2015: Receive, pay IV Fee

January 10, 2015: Complete DS-260

January 11, 2015: Send AOS package and Civil Documents
March 23, 2015: Case Complete at NVC. (70 days from when they received docs to CC)

May 6, 2015: Interview at Montréal APPROVED!

May 11, 2015: Visa in hand! One year less one day from NOA1.

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I wish it was faster. our interview is on march 27, 14 months after we started this procces. I am praying we get approved and there isnt any further delays. I am ready for it to be over....then there is ROC :ranting:


USCIS

January 8th 2014 - NOA1

July 10th 2014 - NOA2

NVC

July 17th 2014 - Case shipped to NVC

July 30th 2014 - Case received by NVC

August 13th 2014 - Case number and IIN received by email

August 13th 2014 - DS-261 Form Completed

August 14th 2014 - AOS Fees Invoiced and Paid

September 17th 2014 - IV Fees Invoiced and Paid

September 19th 2014 - DS260 Completed

October 6th 2014 - AOS and IV Packages Received

November 28th 2014 - AOS and IV Checklist (4 items in total. 3 for documents they lost. Called on December 9 and a rep said no checklist for IV....go figure)

December 8th 2014 - Checklist scan date.

December 30th 2014 - Case Compl........NOT. So after not having an interview date yet, I called again on Jan 30th and apparently its in final review with a supervisor.

February 6th 2015 - Case Complete: Supervisor called from NVC to confirm everything has been completed now.

March 27 2015 - Interview Date

March 27 2015 - Approved!

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I wish immigration to Canada was harder.

the nicest part about immigrating to the USA from Canada is really the lack of evidence we have to provide vs many other countries (in fact every other country but VWP countries) and the fact we can visit pretty easily.


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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I get it. I really do. Why they can't. They can't have fast lanes, and I do understand that, as nice as it would be.

But I do find myself exasperated about the fact that, as a Canadian citizen, I am privileged to be permitted to spend up to 6 months in the US without a visa, but the second I go to 6 months + 1 day, I BECOME A POTENTIAL TERRORIST AND CARRIER OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASE.

I laugh about it a lot, honestly, and ask where my Canadian TB and Terrorism gland is and how I can have it removed.

:rofl: You are so funny!! And that is so true. I have had thoughts like this but you articulated this perfectly, lol!! :content:


ROC

01/18/2017   Sent in I-751

01/26/2017   Check cashed

01/28/2017   Received NOA dated 01/20/2017

02/16/2017   Biometrics done

10/24/2017   Traveled to Minneapolis for I551 stamp

02/26/2018     Case received by Field Office - S. Paul

05/012018     Case transferred to another USCIS office for processing 

N-400

02/02/2018    Filed N-400 online

02/05/2018    NOA online - NOA letter 02/09/2018

02/21/2018     Biometrics walk-in

 

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I wish it was faster. our interview is on march 27, 14 months after we started this procces. I am praying we get approved and there isnt any further delays. I am ready for it to be over....then there is ROC :ranting:

SO NOT looking forward to ROC... :no::rolleyes:


ROC

01/18/2017   Sent in I-751

01/26/2017   Check cashed

01/28/2017   Received NOA dated 01/20/2017

02/16/2017   Biometrics done

10/24/2017   Traveled to Minneapolis for I551 stamp

02/26/2018     Case received by Field Office - S. Paul

05/012018     Case transferred to another USCIS office for processing 

N-400

02/02/2018    Filed N-400 online

02/05/2018    NOA online - NOA letter 02/09/2018

02/21/2018     Biometrics walk-in

 

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I can send mine in 3 days, BUT that isn't happening because hubs is out of town until next friday. I want to send 2014 taxes and a will and make sure his stuff at work is changed to the correct address, beneficiary, etc... Thankfully it doesn't expire until June 10th. :)


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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Oh I totally understand that it probably isn't feasible...but yeah...I mean they could do it a couple ways like only people born in Canada or citizens of Canada...but even that would be hard...totally understand. I guess it is just frustrating since the US is so close yet so far. I know it must have been even harder for you because if I remember right your husband and you live very close to each other across the boarder, or relatively close. For me it is a 8-10 hour travel day with connections but if I knew I could be there now LEGALLY I would totally hop in the car as soon as possible and drive there haha. I think I am just having one of those days. And my wife I think is in a bad mood (I'm not really sure....). She like me is stressed about money, has been sick for 15 weeks because of the pregnancy, came down with a sinus infection and she has her daughter to take care of pretty much 24/7.

Thank you for the well wishes :)

I don't think I would qualify for an expedite sadly. I have been told that pregnancy is not a valid reason for one. I don't know if the fact that she is a little older and that makes her pregnancy riskier and the fact that she needs to have a c-section would help. Couple that with money issues...but I don't think our money issues would qualify as an extreme financial situation. It is just taxing with the two households....long story. Thing is we could try, but as I am not the USC, I can't talk to USCIS. My wife would have to be the one to call or write. And she is super busy with taking care of a daughter, dealing with all the stuff at home on her own, being sick, working at an elementary school during the day, etc...if I was able to contact them I would for sure try to push it through. Guess we will have to see what we will do.

Thank you so much for the well wishes. Good luck on your process too and I hope it goes great for the both of us!

the only time pregnancy expedites work, generally, is if she's high risk and has absolutely no one else to take care of her.

Does she HAVE to have a c-section?


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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SO NOT looking forward to ROC... :no::rolleyes:

omg, I'm so consumed with putting in my 60 days and then doing the interview.....let alone thinking about ROC. grrr.

brentos, ldr's aren't ideal but once the process is over, i'm confident it will all be a distant memory. be grateful you can visit albeit timely and expensive. there are a great many others on here that can't and don't. canadians do have it a lot easier than others.

agreed, it would be nice if things were quicker but they aren't. best make good use of your time and get prepared for the next stages of this process. start reading the nvc guides so you know what lay ahead.

glad you found this part of the forum.




USCIS
30 Jan 2014 - Sent I-130
03 Feb 2014- NOA1

10 months of bologna, we cannot believe this, nor will you if you knew
02 Dec 2014- NOA2

NVC
30-Dec 2014 case received
10-Feb 2015 case and iin # assigned
10-Feb 2015 completed ds 261
11-Feb 2015 paid AOS fee
11-Feb 2015 welcome letter rec'd
15-Feb 2015 emailed AOS & IV package info
19-Feb 2015 paid IV fee
23-Feb 2015 submitted ds260
07-Apr 2015 CC :dancing:
26-May 2015. interview--approval

28-May 2015 noon visa in hand!!

POE-??

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the only time pregnancy expedites work, generally, is if she's high risk and has absolutely no one else to take care of her.

Does she HAVE to have a c-section?

Yes the doctor has already told her that he wants her to have a c-section.

She had one for her first and he said that they were doing one this time for sure as well.

She does have a brother and sister but they can't be there all the time. And she has her daughter to take care of as well. It is going to be really hard at the beginning.

omg, I'm so consumed with putting in my 60 days and then doing the interview.....let alone thinking about ROC. grrr.

brentos, ldr's aren't ideal but once the process is over, i'm confident it will all be a distant memory. be grateful you can visit albeit timely and expensive. there are a great many others on here that can't and don't. canadians do have it a lot easier than others.

agreed, it would be nice if things were quicker but they aren't. best make good use of your time and get prepared for the next stages of this process. start reading the nvc guides so you know what lay ahead.

glad you found this part of the forum.

I know they are not easy and we are ok with the long distance for now. Just stressful at times. I can visit, hopefully...unless I have issues at the border but I think I have that all handled (proof of ties, etc). The expensive part is the issue. She does not make much money right now (her brother is going to co-sponsor) because the job she works at does not pay well but it gives her the time to take care of her daughter without having to hire help etc (she works in a school). But yeah they don't pay well, especially for what she does. But we think it is best for now and she does want to go back to school to get her teaching certificate. So being already in the school system where she wants to be is good long run. But it means that I am paying for most things. She divorced officially in May of 2014 and they were supposed to sell the house but we decided we want to try and keep it because other living options would be just as much. But right now it is still under her name and her ex since we are not sure if she can refinance with how much she is making and they won't take me into account since I don't have a green card yet...so we might lose the house. And with the Canadian dollar going the way it is, things are only getting more expensive for me when I pay the bills. I have a good job here in Canada and it will continue when I move (they are transferring me to a US office and letting me work from home since we are not near one). But until then I am paying two mortgages, etc. And even with that, might still not keep the house if when she does call they deny here. And honest her ex does the bare minimum. He pays his child support (which is not that much) and doesn't really do more then that, barely sees the daughter, just wants to be on his own. We are fine with that in some sense since we would rather have the daughter anyways...but it sucks sometimes since he has the attitude of he pays what the court says and that is it...doesn't think that if the daughter wants to do more things etc, all that costs money...but anyways...little bit of a rant there...sorry.

Thank you for all the support guys.


USCIS

Spoiler

 

2015-02-02: Sent I-130

2015-02-04: USCIS Received and transferred to NSC

2015-02-06: NOA1

2015-06-19: NOA2 Email. 133 days between NOA1 and NOA2

2015-06-26: USCIS update that case was sent to NVC

 

NVC

Spoiler

 

2015-07-02: Case received by NVC

2015-07-14: Case number assigned when calling on 2015-07-20 but couldn't give emails as case was locked still

2015-07-27: Called and was able to give emails

2015-07-27: Submit DS-261

2015-07-27: Pay AOS Fee

2015-08-25: Receive IV bill

2015-08-26: Pay IV Fee

2015-09-05: Submit DS-260

2015-09-07: Sent AOS and IV package via EP

2015-10-11: Resubmit via EP after being told to do so on 2015-10-09 as it looked like our original emails were lost

2015-10-16: Received email for scan date of 2015-10-12. Told that basically nothing can be done and we need to wait 30 days from 2015-10-12 (30+ days lost because they lost our emails)

2015-10-26: Told case is basically complete but that they are building my electronic file. Told there is no timeline for this.

2015-10-30 & 2015-11-13: Still told no update. Building electronic file still and no timeline.

2015-11-17: Case Complete

2015-12-03: Receive packet 4

2015-12-15: Medical

2015-12-18: Medical picked up results

2016-01-12: Interview - Approved!

2016-02-03: POE

 

 

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Yes the doctor has already told her that he wants her to have a c-section.

She had one for her first and he said that they were doing one this time for sure as well.

She does have a brother and sister but they can't be there all the time. And she has her daughter to take care of as well. It is going to be really hard at the beginning.

I know they are not easy and we are ok with the long distance for now. Just stressful at times. I can visit, hopefully...unless I have issues at the border but I think I have that all handled (proof of ties, etc). The expensive part is the issue. She does not make much money right now (her brother is going to co-sponsor) because the job she works at does not pay well but it gives her the time to take care of her daughter without having to hire help etc (she works in a school). But yeah they don't pay well, especially for what she does. But we think it is best for now and she does want to go back to school to get her teaching certificate. So being already in the school system where she wants to be is good long run. But it means that I am paying for most things. She divorced officially in May of 2014 and they were supposed to sell the house but we decided we want to try and keep it because other living options would be just as much. But right now it is still under her name and her ex since we are not sure if she can refinance with how much she is making and they won't take me into account since I don't have a green card yet...so we might lose the house. And with the Canadian dollar going the way it is, things are only getting more expensive for me when I pay the bills. I have a good job here in Canada and it will continue when I move (they are transferring me to a US office and letting me work from home since we are not near one). But until then I am paying two mortgages, etc. And even with that, might still not keep the house if when she does call they deny here. And honest her ex does the bare minimum. He pays his child support (which is not that much) and doesn't really do more then that, barely sees the daughter, just wants to be on his own. We are fine with that in some sense since we would rather have the daughter anyways...but it sucks sometimes since he has the attitude of he pays what the court says and that is it...doesn't think that if the daughter wants to do more things etc, all that costs money...but anyways...little bit of a rant there...sorry.

Thank you for all the support guys.

Brentos - rant away!

You just sound frustrated, yet really level-headed and humble;) Excellent Canadian traits;)

I think it's just hard. I usually don't share this stuff in public, but if it helps, I will let you know that we DO understand as most of us also have life things that make this experience extra hard. My husband was diagnosed with lymphoma a couple of years ago, and although he's in remission every lump and bump makes my heart ache and wonder if I will be trapped here while he gets sick again. He now needs to get a surgery for another issue (minor) but it needs to be expedited because of the cancer history so he will have to take a couple of weeks off work, which is hard. And I can't be there, because our lawyer insists I should not try to visit. We pay two mortgages, and we are both financially tight. My career may go off-kilter entirely if this drags on too long, and I am giving up a LOT work wise here in Canada to move (including an approximately 40% cut in my pay when I move). So I definitely understand, and I can't say that I haven't had the same thoughts - why can't this go faster for us? (and then I immediately chastise myself for having thoughts like that while other people wait for years).

But we love our partners and you have to hold on when you find that love. So we do. Hang in there and never apologize for being frustrated. And if there is anything you can do to make this go faster, feel free to do it! I personally have seen mostly pregnancy and health related issues for expedite on this board, but I won't comment on this as I would be talking out of my butt if I did.

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