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I am just so sick and tired of all this waiting ####### with uscis and their lies. I am past 6mos from 7/12 on my I130, I am the citizen. Everyday my husband is almost in tears because of the wait and I am too i feel like i'm going crazy sometimes. Is there any others with me or older peeps who may heard any word on why it may go over 6 mos. I don't have any security checks per uscis officer, they said they send a req on my behalf on 1/2 but they have 30 days to respond. I wish i did fiance visa instead this was not expected at all ... Any suggestions please.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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Hello I'm so sorry you haven't heard anything yet.... Just hold on good new's is coming your way very soon. I didn't file a K-3 visa I filed the CR-1 you can read my timeline. I had to wait a very very long time. But I tell you when you get the news of an interview you forget just how long you had to endure and that is what your doing enduring. I know how hard the wait is believe me I do and the heartache and lonely nights,, We all do... But you are not defeated you are an overcomer... In Jesus Name...


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Filed: Timeline

Hi,

Thanks my angel sooo much. I see i have a touch on my I130 and k3 yesterday 1/16/08 so hopefully the ball gets

rolling, I contacted local congress assistant last week. She says she sent inquiry waiting to hear something by fri, if not she says she will do it again so that call to her must have dont something for them to touch my case. You waited a long time for it to leave nvc this is 1 reason y i submitted k3 after waiting for 3 mos after filing I130 i saw how long lagos takes with cr1 intervies and how long it takes to process at nvc level . I just hope they both get approved around the same time ...But hey u received your interview quick . good luck have fun !!!

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
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Hi

I am just so sick and tired of all this waiting ####### with uscis and their lies. I am past 6mos from 7/12 on my I130, I am the citizen. Everyday my husband is almost in tears because of the wait and I am too i feel like i'm going crazy sometimes. Is there any others with me or older peeps who may heard any word on why it may go over 6 mos. I don't have any security checks per uscis officer, they said they send a req on my behalf on 1/2 but they have 30 days to respond. I wish i did fiance visa instead this was not expected at all ... Any suggestions please.

Sorry to hear that your case is taking so long. My K1 NOA2 approval took over 6 months with no RFEs, nothing out of the norm at all. They are just plain slow and really do not process cases in the order in which they are received. Just to let you know that a K1 may have not been any faster at all. My congressman helped me with my EAD/AP once I got to the US, because again that was outside the processing time. Still waiting for the card to come after 106+ days of waiting. I was almost in tears every day too waiting for the K1 approval, it was a real strain. I had to stop checking VJ because seeing everyone else get approved made it even more difficult. It will come don't worry!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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You technically have to wait 30 days after the current processing date. So for example if your receipt was September 1st, you would have to wait until THEIR systems are processing for October 1st. They won't do much with bang on 6 months. Best of luck though.


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July, 2011 - US Citizen

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Pakistan
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We have been waiting for 8 mths now and getting very upset!!!! We got an RFE and sent that back in and still nothing.....we have to wait another 30 days .......so that will be 9 mths that we have been waiting for our NOA2 :angry:

My Patients is running on empty!!!!

Aisha-Qasim


I-130 Journey

06/06/2007 I-130 sent

06/22/2007 I-130 NOA1

02/20/2008 I-130 NOA2 (259 days)

05/20/2008 Case complete @ NVC

Interview Time

07/31/2008 INTERVIEW @8am --------AP

08/04/2008 Our file reached Washingtown for AP ( called DOS)

09/10/2008 US Embassy called for his Passport ( On AP 37 days)

09/11/2008 Submitted passport to AMEX

09/18/2008 Picked up passport w/visa!!!!!!

POE--Washington 12-11-2008

Qasim is Home!!!!!-12-12-2008

Petition to remove conditions

Vermont Service Center

Date Filed : 11/23/2010

NOA Date : 12/06/2010

RFE(s) :

Bio. Appt. : 01/12/2011

Interview Date :

Approval / Denial Date :

Approved :

Got I551 Stamp :

Green Card Received :

Filing N-400

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Gambia
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I feel for you.

I'm in the same boat. I filed the I-130 Dec.07 and didn't send the I-129F because me and my hubby wanted to have a "ready to work" visa (CR-1). Anyway, since it's been taking so long, I will most likely send the darn I-129F in just to get something rolling.

This is crazy beyond belief!


12/25/2004 - Met my future hubby while on trip to Gambia

12/13/2006 - Married my hubby in Gambia (West Africa)

12/08/2007 - Sent I-130 to Chicago Lock box. USPS Express Mail December 08,'07, 7:44 pm

02/05/2008 - I-130 NOA1 Hardcopy Received in mailbox

05/27/2008 - Filed Expedite Request by phone with CSR

06/01/2008 - Received Denial Email

06/05/2008 - Filed 2nd request

06/23/2008 - Expedite Approved

07/27/2008 - NOA2

10/21/2008 - Case complete at NVC (Technically was expedited to embassy)

11/06/2008 - Interview at Dakar Embassy

11/06/2008 - Notice (show more income evidence from petitioner)

11/07/2008 - Case on hold

11/18/2008 - 2nd Interview Date

11/18/2008 - Notice (Show even more income and ORIGINAL docs now from 1st cosponsor

12/23/2008 - Received email for 3rd Interview scheduled for March 25th, 2009. Bring Pics

01/23/2009- In Gambia with hubby

03/25/2009- Interview

04/09/2009- POE Atlanta (CR-1 Status until 2011)

04/13/2009- husband arrested for domestic violence (Aggravated Assault-Felony)

05/19/2009- Filed for divorce

06/02/2009- Letter sent to immigration detailing abuse & fraud

09/08/2009- Divorce Hearing

09/10/2009- Divorce Trial (Continued)

03/11/2010- Notice To Appear issued

03/22/2010- Divorced

05/18/2010- Deportation Master Hearing

05/18/2010- Deportation Ordered

06/17/2010- Appeal Time Over. ICE picked him up. In Jail

08/10/2010- Another Master Hearing Scheduled. Out of jail.

05/31/2012- Individual Hearing Scheduled

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