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Just Wondering if anyone knows the next posting from the USCIS...Thanks!


130

2/20/2008 Sent I-130 to Chicago Location

2/21/2008 INS received the package (Express Mail)

2/28/2008 Check cashed by NVC

3/3/2008 I130- Received hard copy of NOA1 dated 2/27/08

NVC

9/16/2008 Received by NVC and assigned case #

9/17/2008 Emailed DS3032

9/19/2008 NVC generated DS3032 and AOS

9/22/2008 Mailed DS3032 (overnight)

9/23/2008 DS3032 Delivered to NVC accepted by R. Austin

9/24/2008 Received IIN# by a really cranky rep who didn't had her coffee yet....

9/24/2008 DS3032 accepted

9/24/2008 IV Bill Generated

9/24/2008 Paid AOS & IV online

9/25/2008 AOS marked "Paid"

9/25/2008 Mailed AOS Package (overnight)

9/26/2008 IV marked "Paid"

9/27/2008 IV Mailed

10/2/2008 NVC completed AOS package and IV package entered and being reviewed..

10/7/2008 Case Complete!! (21 Days...not bad!)

10/18/2008 Interview letter received

10/23/2008 1st Medical Exam

10/24/2008 Medical passed!!!!

11/02/2008 Picking up medical report

11/17/2008 Interview!!!!

11/17/2008 Picked up the VISA!!!

12/25/2008 Port of Entry!!!!

01/15/2009 Received Green Card

Removing Condition

10/02/2010 Mailed I751

10/08/2010 NOA1

10/25/2010 Received Biometic Letter

11/18/2010 Biometic Appointment

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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Just Wondering if anyone knows the next posting from the USCIS...Thanks!

i would say give it about another 12 days or so..


10-12-07 -mailed i130 to VSC

10-16-07- received by VSC

1-11-08- i130 NOA1

2-24-08-view case online

4-19-08- i130 NOA2

4-24-08- NOA2 hardcopy received

4-24-08- NVC CASE #ASSIGNED MDR

5-04-08- EMAILED CHOICE OF AGENT TO NVC

5-05-08- DS3032 AND AOS fee bill was generated today

5-05-08- paid AOS fee bill $70 online

5-07-08- AOS FEE now says PAID online, can print cover sht.

5-07-08*cald NVC and msg says AOS $recvd

5-12-08-DS3032 EMAIL Accepted

5-13-08*cald NVC and msg now says DS3032 choice of agent has been received.

5-13-08-mailed AOS i864 packet w/printed cover sheet from online payment (certified mail- priority)

5-15-08-AOS packet received by NVC

5-18-08 iv FEE bill invoiced

5-18-08 iv fee $400 paid online

5-20-08-iv fee cleared, able to print covr shet online

5-21-08-mailed DS230 packet to NVC via priority mail

5-29-08 aos ACCEPTED

5-29-08- DS 230 entered in system

6-3-08-cse cmplte.

6-11-08 case left NVC to chennai via DHL

6-16-08 case reached chennai

7-2-08 appt letter received by beneficiary

7-4-08 medical done in chennai

7-28-08 interview- AP for 4-6 weeks (awaiting name chk clearance-told by chenai operator)

8-20-08 chennai forwarded file to DOS- according to inquiry from congressmans office

(also confirmed by DOS)

8-28-08 file reached DOS- told by operator

9-2-08- last update to case,told by DOS

12-12-08 emailed chennai embassy asking status of our case, and got email to send passport..

12-15-08 submitted passport to vfs

12-19-08 VISA ISSUED! in hand!

12-25-08 hubbys arrival! smooth POE!

1-16-09 green card arrives

1-27-09 SSN card in mail

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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No one here works for USCIS and particularly the part of USCIS that posts the updates to the USCIS website.

Typically it is updated every month or so.


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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Processing dates for the last six months were either the 14th or 15th of the month, but not posted until the end of the month. Must take somebody better than two weeks to get those numbers.

I am afraid to check for April, our application date for a I-751 is March 27, 2007, and CA were our application was recently transferred to is processing these applications for September 17, 2007 for the March 2008 posting. Probably will be July 05, 2006 for the new April 2008 processing date, then they will transfer our application back to Nebraska, LOL.

No, I wasn't born negative, quite the happy go-lucky spirit, if I sound negative, the USCIS made me that way. :wacko: :wacko:

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Processing dates for the last six months were either the 14th or 15th of the month, but not posted until the end of the month. Must take somebody better than two weeks to get those numbers.

I am afraid to check for April, our application date for a I-751 is March 27, 2007, and CA were our application was recently transferred to is processing these applications for September 17, 2007 for the March 2008 posting. Probably will be July 05, 2006 for the new April 2008 processing date, then they will transfer our application back to Nebraska, LOL.

No, I wasn't born negative, quite the happy go-lucky spirit, if I sound negative, the USCIS made me that way. :wacko: :wacko:

Yeah USCIS has a way of bringing out the worst in us all.

Hang in there!!! We can all survive this.

Paris Heart


Truly happy!!!

New life, new adventures, and a new attitude.

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Processing dates for the last six months were either the 14th or 15th of the month, but not posted until the end of the month. Must take somebody better than two weeks to get those numbers.

Yup, I always watch for the newest numbers as well. It appears to take USCIS until at least the 23rd to post the numbers as of the 15th. So, around April 23rd/24th/25th, I would start checking to see what their "Through April 15th Data" say.

One month it took until the 31st, so don't hold your breath. Although I think we all learned that after about the first 5 seconds of dealing with USCIS. Hope the numbers look good this month!


K1 TIMELINE:

01-24-2008 = Sent I-129F to CSC

01-29-2008 = NOA1 Issued

05-28-2008 = NOA2 (125 days after NOA1)

06-02-2008 = NOA2 Hardcopy received; NVC received petition

06-04-2008 = NVC sent package to Costa Rica

06-10-2008 = Embassy received

06-13-2008 = Picked up Packet 3

06-25-2008 = Interview (28 days after NOA2)

07-05-2008 = Home to the U.S. together!

09-20-2008 = Wedding!

AOS/EAD/AP TIMELINE:

10-15-2008 = Sent giant packet to Lockbox

10-22-2008 = NOA1's Issued

11-04-2008 = RFE on AOS only: need birth certificate, ORIGINAL was taken at interview. GRRR

11-24-2008 = Biometrics

12-22-2008 = Mailed RFE packet back

01-02-2009 = AOS processing resumed

01-16-2009 = Service Request filed for EAD (90 days with no news)

01-27-2009 = EAD and AP approved (102 days after NOA1's)

03-12-2009 = AOS Interview, APPROVED!

REMOVING CONDITIONS TIMELINE:

02-18-2011 = Sent packet to CSC

02-22-2011 = NOA1 Issued

03-21-2011 = Biometrics

04-26-2011 = APPROVED!

DONE WITH USCIS FOR 10 YEARS!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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Hey Paris Heart, 134 days, 18 hours, been there, done that, what a long wait to be without your love, that was over four years ago for us. Our attorney advised she come here on a tourist visa with an I-94 for six months. But once the applications were send in, that I-130, her I-485, she was here legally. There is no reason why you two have to be apart.

After that long wait, still can't believe my wife is here.

Had this saying while in the military, absence makes the heart grow fonder, but wait too long and the heart will wander. That never happened between my wife and me, just long lonely painful days. But thank God with calling cards, we could talk one-two hours every night. Was not easy to hang up.

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Hey Paris Heart, 134 days, 18 hours, been there, done that, what a long wait to be without your love, that was over four years ago for us. Our attorney advised she come here on a tourist visa with an I-94 for six months. But once the applications were send in, that I-130, her I-485, she was here legally. There is no reason why you two have to be apart.

After that long wait, still can't believe my wife is here.

Had this saying while in the military, absence makes the heart grow fonder, but wait too long and the heart will wander. That never happened between my wife and me, just long lonely painful days. But thank God with calling cards, we could talk one-two hours every night. Was not easy to hang up.

Nick,

Its abit more difficult, he is Algerian, living and working in Paris, France. We too chat daily on phone, emails, card, letter and thank God for web cameras.

It will work out soon. All we know for sure now, is we will be together again Sept. 5th when I fly to Paris.

Thank you , Im glad things worked out for you and your love.

Paris Heart


Truly happy!!!

New life, new adventures, and a new attitude.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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Well that girl next door thing sure didn't work out for me, nor did that boy next door work out for my wife. God, I wish I met her twenty years ago, what a life we would have had. Never had an argument and we can peacefully talk things out not to mention we really turn each other on.

Only thing we didn't think about was immigration, that is kind of stressful right now.

Ha, already made the comment have record snows and arctic blasts this winter, still here, would kill a politician if he approached me on global warming. Would do the same thing, LOL, if he tells me about family values. Can't do anything about the weather, but sure can do things about immigration.

Another 450 mile trip next week for the 3rd set of FBI checked fingerprints, they are going to wear out my wife's fingers!!!

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Well that girl next door thing sure didn't work out for me, nor did that boy next door work out for my wife. God, I wish I met her twenty years ago, what a life we would have had. Never had an argument and we can peacefully talk things out not to mention we really turn each other on.

Only thing we didn't think about was immigration, that is kind of stressful right now.

Ha, already made the comment have record snows and arctic blasts this winter, still here, would kill a politician if he approached me on global warming. Would do the same thing, LOL, if he tells me about family values. Can't do anything about the weather, but sure can do things about immigration.

Another 450 mile trip next week for the 3rd set of FBI checked fingerprints, they are going to wear out my wife's fingers!!!

Yeah I know, my husband is not the boy nexxt door, now he and I are 5000 miles apart. We are not kids either, Im early 40's he is a bit younger, guess we do not pick who we fall in love with, as for me, my heart never had a chance when him and I met. But all in all, we are good people, he is highly educated, and for me, Im been a Import Specialist for over 15 years clearing cargo thru U.S. Customs. Very highly respected with U.A. Customs here in Houston, even have a few character letters from a few Officers We will just wait it out. Wish USICS would fix their web site, does not seem to be working, maybe there posting new processing times. Hope I will get touched again today. Maybe is means something, but maybe not.

All my best,

Paris Heart


Truly happy!!!

New life, new adventures, and a new attitude.

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Brazil
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last week of the month, although they will post that the update is from april 15


dd/mmm/aaaa

05/jun/2007 - Got married

I-130

08/aug/2007 - I-130 Packet sent to NSC

09/aug/2007 - I-130 Packet received

19/sep/2007 - NOA1 receipt date

25/sep/2007 - NOA1 arrived

23/apr/2008 - APPROVED

Timeline estimated adjudication on March 4, 2008. It was adjudicated on April 23.

Our I-130 was approved in 258 days.

I-129F

09/oct/2007 - I-129F Packet sent to CSC

10/oct/2007 - I-129F Packet received

12/oct/2007 - NOA1 receipt date

20/oct/2007 - NOA1 received

23/apr/2008 - APPROVED

Timeline estimated adjudication on April 4, 2008. It was adjudicated on April 23.

Our I-129f was approved in 197 days.

NVC

08/may/2008 - replied to my e-mail sent on april 30, saying that our petition has been sent to the consulate.

Consulate

20/JUN/2008 - Interview - APPROVED!!!

AOS

18/mar/2009 - Packet delivered

24/mar/2009 - NOA for AOS and EAD date

25/mar/2009 - Check cashed

15/apr/2009 - Biometrics done

22/may/2009 - EAD approved

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130

2/20/2008 Sent I-130 to Chicago Location

2/21/2008 INS received the package (Express Mail)

2/28/2008 Check cashed by NVC

3/3/2008 I130- Received hard copy of NOA1 dated 2/27/08

NVC

9/16/2008 Received by NVC and assigned case #

9/17/2008 Emailed DS3032

9/19/2008 NVC generated DS3032 and AOS

9/22/2008 Mailed DS3032 (overnight)

9/23/2008 DS3032 Delivered to NVC accepted by R. Austin

9/24/2008 Received IIN# by a really cranky rep who didn't had her coffee yet....

9/24/2008 DS3032 accepted

9/24/2008 IV Bill Generated

9/24/2008 Paid AOS & IV online

9/25/2008 AOS marked "Paid"

9/25/2008 Mailed AOS Package (overnight)

9/26/2008 IV marked "Paid"

9/27/2008 IV Mailed

10/2/2008 NVC completed AOS package and IV package entered and being reviewed..

10/7/2008 Case Complete!! (21 Days...not bad!)

10/18/2008 Interview letter received

10/23/2008 1st Medical Exam

10/24/2008 Medical passed!!!!

11/02/2008 Picking up medical report

11/17/2008 Interview!!!!

11/17/2008 Picked up the VISA!!!

12/25/2008 Port of Entry!!!!

01/15/2009 Received Green Card

Removing Condition

10/02/2010 Mailed I751

10/08/2010 NOA1

10/25/2010 Received Biometic Letter

11/18/2010 Biometic Appointment

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