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What exactly does it mean...adjudicated??

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
Timeline

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Okay.....I know - - I should understand this by now....BUT, I do not!

So, we FINALLY got the NOA1, and am now waiting for the NOA2; per our Timeline....it states that the I130 should be "adjudicated" on or around June 24th...and the I129F should be around Sept. 30.

What does that mean exactly....and how does the fit in the whole scheme of things? In other words, are we waiting for this "adjudication" to happen, and THEN we get the NOA2 and/or interview??

Sorry...but this one throw me for a loop!!!

Thanks in advance!!!!

Hope you are all well.....

Yvette

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Nigeria
Timeline
:blink::blink::blink:

Okay.....I know - - I should understand this by now....BUT, I do not!

So, we FINALLY got the NOA1, and am now waiting for the NOA2; per our Timeline....it states that the I130 should be "adjudicated" on or around June 24th...and the I129F should be around Sept. 30.

What does that mean exactly....and how does the fit in the whole scheme of things? In other words, are we waiting for this "adjudication" to happen, and THEN we get the NOA2 and/or interview??

Sorry...but this one throw me for a loop!!!

Thanks in advance!!!!

Hope you are all well.....

Yvette

Adjudicate means someone working for USCIS will make a decision on your case. In other words, your case (paperwork) will make it to the desk of an adjudicator (USCIS worker) and they will decide if your case will be approved, denied/or needs further evidence (adjudicated). Once it is approved you will get the NOA2.

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Morocco
Timeline
:blink::blink::blink:

Okay.....I know - - I should understand this by now....BUT, I do not!

So, we FINALLY got the NOA1, and am now waiting for the NOA2; per our Timeline....it states that the I130 should be "adjudicated" on or around June 24th...and the I129F should be around Sept. 30.

What does that mean exactly....and how does the fit in the whole scheme of things? In other words, are we waiting for this "adjudication" to happen, and THEN we get the NOA2 and/or interview??

Sorry...but this one throw me for a loop!!!

Thanks in advance!!!!

Hope you are all well.....

Yvette

Adjudicate means someone working for USCIS will make a decision on your case. In other words, your case (paperwork) will make it to the desk of an adjudicator (USCIS worker) and they will decide if your case will be approved, denied/or needs further evidence (adjudicated). Once it is approved you will get the NOA2.

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