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:unsure: not sure what month i should expect ...i thought this is just easy wow!!!so hard to wait :crying: i wanna be with my husband.:crying: :crying: the last time i read from our timeline that it will be edjudicated early as jan 28 and moved to feb 28 and now moved up to march 15 oh no!!!why is that?????? :innocent:

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USCIS

CR1 Filers:

07-26-2007 : I-130 Sent

02-22-2008 : I-130 Approved

NVC

05-06-2008 : NVC Received :

2008-07-01 : Case Completed at NVC

2008-08-05 : NVC Left

USEM

08-25-2008 : Consulate Received

08-20-2008 : Medical Appointment Date

09-04-2008 : Interview Date

STATUS

08-27-2008 : Medical Passed

09-04-2008 : Passed (Pink and White slip) additional documents and Dv

10-17-2008 : visa on hand

DEPARTURE

10-25-2008 : US Entry

Minneapolis : Port of entry

Kansas City, Missouri : Final destination

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

You'll probably hear something very soon. They are trying to get "July filers" complete by end of January.

I felt the same way, then got my email approval 2 days later.

February should be your 6 month mark--don't know why the timeline says March.

Hang in there and know your not alone.


I-130

07/29/2007---began process

01/24/2008---I-130 APPROVED (email)

I-129F

11/2007-------sent I-129F - VSC

02/17/2008---touched (at Vermont)

...I'm CR1 now--IV bill shows CR1--oh well

NVC

02/12/2007---at NVC

02/25/2008---received DS-3032 and AOS bill

03/10/2008---received IV Bill ($400!!)

03/24/2008---mailed DS2032

10/10/2008---approved at NVC

11/06/2008---interview (more evidence)

02/17/2009---2nd interview- PASSED!!!!!

04/01/2009---He finally landed on US soil. (no joke)

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Visajourney's timelines are an average from those people that enter their data, if someone was (or several are) approved outside of the 6 months then it adjusts the timelines accordingly. It gives you an idea of how long those "just before you" have waited.

It's downside is it is only a small sample of the petitions going through USCIS and does fluctuate quite a bit because of that, however, it's upside is it is slightly more info than the "6 month spiel" that the service centres give out.


Cheryl

06/2005 Met Josh online ~ 02/2006 My 1st visit to the US ~ 09/2006 2nd US visit (Josh proposed) ~ 02/2007 3rd US visit (married)

04/2007 K3 visa applied ~ 05/2007 Josh's 1st UK visit ~ 09/2007 4th US visit ~ 02/2008 K3 visa completed ~ 02/2008 US entry

~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~

04/2008 AOS/EAD filed ~ 05/2008 Biometrics ~ 06/2008 EAD recv'd ~ 08/2008 Conditional greencard

~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~

02/2010 3rd wedding anniversary ~ 06/04/2010 Apply for lifting conditions ~ 06/14 package delivered ~ 07/23 Biometrics

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You'll probably hear something very soon. They are trying to get "July filers" complete by end of January.

I felt the same way, then got my email approval 2 days later.

February should be your 6 month mark--don't know why the timeline says March.

Hang in there and know your not alone.

thank you so much ...my husband keep telling me that we are not the only one but i cannot help it ...you know the feeling of waiting but in a simple way you help me thank you GOD BLESS YOU!!!!! :thumbs:


wait.jpg

USCIS

CR1 Filers:

07-26-2007 : I-130 Sent

02-22-2008 : I-130 Approved

NVC

05-06-2008 : NVC Received :

2008-07-01 : Case Completed at NVC

2008-08-05 : NVC Left

USEM

08-25-2008 : Consulate Received

08-20-2008 : Medical Appointment Date

09-04-2008 : Interview Date

STATUS

08-27-2008 : Medical Passed

09-04-2008 : Passed (Pink and White slip) additional documents and Dv

10-17-2008 : visa on hand

DEPARTURE

10-25-2008 : US Entry

Minneapolis : Port of entry

Kansas City, Missouri : Final destination

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