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VIEWING IMMIGRATION TIMELINES - Important

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I first want to state that I believe unfortunately like anything in life there are people that get things very quickly and those who very unfortunately get hit with waiting. For those who feel they are in the middle (good/bad/who knows), I believe that viewing the immigration timelines under your visa is your best bet for knowing how your service center is doing. You select IMMIGRATION TIMELINES, select your type of visa, and I sorted by NOA1 and kept moving the pages to get to my date. At that time, I viewed others posting dates from their timelines, I viewed their profiles, and I gathered if I felt they had an understanding of the process or not.

I saw approvals arriving for those before me of course, but also those right next to me and after. I called Sarah (my wife to be) last week letting her know I believed we would hear an approval this week based on what I saw by the instructions above - and it came true within days. Further, fellow Visa Journey members I searched and watched as well had the same outcome.

I know from this post I will receive a lot of people saying that I was lucky with the how soon I received the approval and others in the same boat right now - I do feel for those who wait so long. However, I'm posting for those who need general direction. We all know that first feeling of getting the NOA1 and thinking...awesome that was a blast and this is going to be faster than I thought. People are posting accurate dates on their timelines - there is no reason to lie about something so special as receiving your NOA1 and NOA2. Therefore, it is reasonable to assume that you are in the same batch when viewing the timelines.

I hope this provides some comfort to people who are in waiting - November VSC submits should be excited right now. To re-affirm my position - check out Terryn from South Africa too. Right in the same timeframe. VSC is moving quickly!!!

-Jesse

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