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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Looking at my signature timeline does anyone think that my previous failed K1 might be causing a problem with me getting my NOA2?


met online November 18, 2004 (my mother's birthday)

first visit February 7, 2005

filed I-129F 3/2005

receipt confirmed 4/29/05

USCIS approval 12/5/05

received P3 3/2006

received P4 6/2006

interview 8/28/06

interview failed with white slip

married November 6, 2006

fourth visit March 2007

filed I-130 for CR1 July 12, 2007

NOA1 received July 26, 2007

fifth visit October 28, 2007

1st wedding anniversary November 6, 2007

NOA2 received March 8, 2008

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Filed: Other Country: China
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Looking at my signature timeline does anyone think that my previous failed K1 might be causing a problem with me getting my NOA2?

If you'll click on the link "My Timeline" below the flag in your own post and scroll down, you'll see the following words.

Based on timeline data, your I130 may be adjudicated as early as January 11, 2008*.

You filed during the rush to beat the fee increase so I suspect that prediction is overly optimistic. Your previous petition may cause a delay but I think it is far too soon to tell.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Looking at my signature timeline does anyone think that my previous failed K1 might be causing a problem with me getting my NOA2?

If you'll click on the link "My Timeline" below the flag in your own post and scroll down, you'll see the following words.

Based on timeline data, your I130 may be adjudicated as early as January 11, 2008*.

You filed during the rush to beat the fee increase so I suspect that prediction is overly optimistic. Your previous petition may cause a delay but I think it is far too soon to tell.

Thanks pushbrk. It's good to hear from you again. :thumbs: I saw the January 11 date but I also see most people that have filed around the same time as me have received the NOA2. It's been a very long road for me and I am growing very tired. I am thinking about giving up on the wait and going ahead to move to China. November 18, 2008 will mark my 4th anniversary of meeting my wife. I have to draw a line somewhere. Hope you are doing well and again, great to hear from you!


met online November 18, 2004 (my mother's birthday)

first visit February 7, 2005

filed I-129F 3/2005

receipt confirmed 4/29/05

USCIS approval 12/5/05

received P3 3/2006

received P4 6/2006

interview 8/28/06

interview failed with white slip

married November 6, 2006

fourth visit March 2007

filed I-130 for CR1 July 12, 2007

NOA1 received July 26, 2007

fifth visit October 28, 2007

1st wedding anniversary November 6, 2007

NOA2 received March 8, 2008

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
Timeline

it take them anywhere between 120-180 days to get noa2


Marriage : 2006-05-17

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USCIS Process
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I-130 Sent : 2007-06-12
I-130 Approved : 2007-12-05
Status: Take 179 days to complete, because of notarize marriage certificate(RFE).

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NVC Process
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NVC Received : 2007-12-06
Case Completed at NVC : 2008-03-13 Case Complete Forward to Embassy
Case Left NVC : 2008-03-18
Status: Take 97 days to complete, because of the tax return and w2 (RFE),

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Consulate Process
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Consulate Received : 5/12/2008 Eligible for interview, waiting for notice (Per DOS)
Packet 4 Received : 6/11/2008
Interview Date : 7/10/2008 interview at 7:15am (Per DOS)
Blue - Required Overcome. Overcome send 7/24
8/19/2008 Going back to GUZ to get visa stamp
Visa Received : 8/22/2008
US Entry : 10/17/2008 JFK Port of Entry

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Citizenship Process
-----------------------------

N-400 Filed: 11/25/2012

Interview Date: 1/2013 (Passed)

Ceremony: 03/2013

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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it take them anywhere between 120-180 days to get noa2

I'm closing in on 180 days now. Believe me I will take it :thumbs:


met online November 18, 2004 (my mother's birthday)

first visit February 7, 2005

filed I-129F 3/2005

receipt confirmed 4/29/05

USCIS approval 12/5/05

received P3 3/2006

received P4 6/2006

interview 8/28/06

interview failed with white slip

married November 6, 2006

fourth visit March 2007

filed I-130 for CR1 July 12, 2007

NOA1 received July 26, 2007

fifth visit October 28, 2007

1st wedding anniversary November 6, 2007

NOA2 received March 8, 2008

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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by looking at your signature, you fil for i-130 1 month after me.

i receive my nao2 in dec 6, 180 days because of the delay on proving the valid marriage certificate. right now i am on p2-p3 of the visa @ NVC

so hope you get your approve soon


Marriage : 2006-05-17

-------------------------
USCIS Process
-------------------------
I-130 Sent : 2007-06-12
I-130 Approved : 2007-12-05
Status: Take 179 days to complete, because of notarize marriage certificate(RFE).

-----------------------
NVC Process
-----------------------
NVC Received : 2007-12-06
Case Completed at NVC : 2008-03-13 Case Complete Forward to Embassy
Case Left NVC : 2008-03-18
Status: Take 97 days to complete, because of the tax return and w2 (RFE),

-----------------------------
Consulate Process
-----------------------------
Consulate Received : 5/12/2008 Eligible for interview, waiting for notice (Per DOS)
Packet 4 Received : 6/11/2008
Interview Date : 7/10/2008 interview at 7:15am (Per DOS)
Blue - Required Overcome. Overcome send 7/24
8/19/2008 Going back to GUZ to get visa stamp
Visa Received : 8/22/2008
US Entry : 10/17/2008 JFK Port of Entry

-----------------------------
Citizenship Process
-----------------------------

N-400 Filed: 11/25/2012

Interview Date: 1/2013 (Passed)

Ceremony: 03/2013

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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by looking at your signature, you fil for i-130 1 month after me.

i receive my nao2 in dec 6, 180 days because of the delay on proving the valid marriage certificate. right now i am on p2-p3 of the visa @ NVC

so hope you get your approve soon

Thanks for your encouragement coolgt :)


met online November 18, 2004 (my mother's birthday)

first visit February 7, 2005

filed I-129F 3/2005

receipt confirmed 4/29/05

USCIS approval 12/5/05

received P3 3/2006

received P4 6/2006

interview 8/28/06

interview failed with white slip

married November 6, 2006

fourth visit March 2007

filed I-130 for CR1 July 12, 2007

NOA1 received July 26, 2007

fifth visit October 28, 2007

1st wedding anniversary November 6, 2007

NOA2 received March 8, 2008

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Hope you get approval soon.


Citizenship

8/06/2011 - Package sent

8/25/2011 - Biometrics schedule

9/26/2011 - Interview date received

10/09/2011 - Received yellow letter

11/08/2011 - Interview date THANKS GOD went smooth n pretty easy with the nice lady IO takes 9-10 minutes wow???????????????

I think I waited more time for my Oath Ceremony schedule rather than interview process and after 13 minutes the lady gave my sched WOW CAN'T BELIEVE ......yayyyyyyy

11/16/2011 - Oath Ceremony

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Removing Conditions

08/3/2010 - File for Removal of Conditions (I-751)

08/6/2010 - Received date/ Noticed Date

9/06/2010 - Biometric Date Modesto

12/2/2010 - Card production( they orderd) new card. I just checked I'm not in hurry but hahahaha lucky GOD IS SO GOOD THANKS FOR EVERYTHING PAPA JESUS MWAHHH.

AOS

06/06/2008 - AOS PACKAGE SENT

06/09/2008 - RECEIVED DATE

06/13/2008- NOTICED DATE checked cleared ( received in mail 06/17/2008 notice for AOS, EAD and AP)

07/09/2008- BIOMETRICS date modesto

08/18/2008- AP APPROVED ( received date 8/22/2008)

08/18/2008- EAD APPROVED ( received date 8/27/2008)

09/17/2008- RECEIVED interview date appoinment

10/29/2008- INTERVIEW date 1:00pm sacramento (approved)

11/05/2008- RECEIVED WELCOME NOTICE

11/07/2008- RECEIVED GREEN CARD

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Thanks Chuck and I hope things go well for you two :)


met online November 18, 2004 (my mother's birthday)

first visit February 7, 2005

filed I-129F 3/2005

receipt confirmed 4/29/05

USCIS approval 12/5/05

received P3 3/2006

received P4 6/2006

interview 8/28/06

interview failed with white slip

married November 6, 2006

fourth visit March 2007

filed I-130 for CR1 July 12, 2007

NOA1 received July 26, 2007

fifth visit October 28, 2007

1st wedding anniversary November 6, 2007

NOA2 received March 8, 2008

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