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no NOA2 and they are processing dates after me. should i be worried?

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Processing cases that were submitted after yours? Yes, unfortunately this is common. Especially if their background checks and paperwork were cleared before yours. Don't worry :)


The total amount of days from the date I mailed in our K1 Visa application to the day my fiancé stepped foot into the USA:

1 year, 3 months and 8 days.

The amount of days from the date we mailed in our AOS to the date everything was approved (after 3 RFEs):

7 months & 5 days

Which makes our journey a total of:

2 years, 3 months, and 8 days


(L)"I remember the days I prayed for everything I have now." (L)


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Don't worry, as much as it is frustrating to see it is completely normal. It's even completely normal to see people a whole month in front of you get approved before you. Just be patient and hopefully you'll have your NOA2 very soon.






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The same is happening to me..I am worried because I have issues with my background but I see that this is common so I'll just pray for an NOA2 or RFE..is it true they don't deny you for felony convictions does anyone know? Do they at least allow you to send in court documents. I didn't disclose because they are not IMBRA.

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OP please update your timeline. You are at the California service center, not Texas. Ty


Filed I-129f petition---------------- 01.07.2015

Hardcopy NOA1 rec.----------------01.23.2015

K1 Visa Received---------------------10.09.2015

Married--------------------------------- 12.12.2015

Filed AOS/EAD-------------------------02.02.2016

AOS/EAD NOA1 rec.------------------02.08.2016

EAD Approved--------------------------04.11.2016

:reading:You can read more about my immigration journey on my blog as well as get tips and information about the process.

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