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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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is there a way to track your NOA before they send you the hard copy in the mail?

we sent our I-130 ppwk to Chicago April 2nd, we haven't gotten anything back in the mail yet - I know it's super early, just wondering how you can find out your receipt number before they actually send it to you :P


Date of I-751 = 03/05/2011

NOA Date = 3/08/2011

Biometrics = 04/11/2011

Approved = 09/08/2011

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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If you used a check, you can see the case number on the back. They just cashed mine and the number is hard to read. So either I am totally reading my number wrong, or mine isn't in the system yet, so I am waiting for the paper copy now. They actually received my case on the 3rd and the check was cashed yesterday, the 10th

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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we used a money order - guess we have to wait for the hard copy

that's ok, i will have to learn to be patient :P


Date of I-751 = 03/05/2011

NOA Date = 3/08/2011

Biometrics = 04/11/2011

Approved = 09/08/2011

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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I got mine in the actual mail today, so yours should be coming soon. lets race see who finishes first :)

oh and the number on the back of the check was different, which explains why i couldn't find it online. so snail mail FTW this time

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Chile
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The number on the back of the check seems to be one digit off from the number you receive on the hard copy NOA-1. Anyway, nothing to track for several months, so sit back and enjoy the silence.


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10/01/2005: Married in Toronto

02/15/2006: Began Canadian Immigration

09/19/2007: Withdrew CIC application (they still hadn't processed anything)

10/01/2007: Moved back to U.S.

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IR-1 application through Montreal Consulate

10/26/2007: I-130 mailed to CA Service Center

10/29/2007: USPS confirmation of receipt of I-130

02/13/2008: NOA-1 received (107 days)

07/02/2008: I-130 approved

07/22/2008: AOS filed including EAD and AP

07/25/2008: NOA-1s for all 3 received

08/20/2008: Biometrics appointment

08/22/2008: Received RFE for Affadivit of Support and Medical

10/21/2008: Submitted I-865W in lieu of co-sponsor and medical info to NSC

11/14/2008: online case status not updated since filing of AOS in July 2008

01/20/2009: Received another RFE for Affadavit of Support Info

02/02/2009: Responded to RFE with brand new AOS based on 2008 tax return (if that doesn't shut them up, dunno what will)

02/19/2009: EAD card received in mail (no updates on Online Case Status ever made)

02/23/2009: AP received (again, no online updates)

02/26/2009: Received interview appointment letter for 4/6/09

04/06/2009: AOS approved for unconditional GC

04/21/2009: GC received

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