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What is up with the stated processing times. On the website it seems like they are estimating 13 to 14 months (down from their 16 months) for app submitted after June 2007. Best I can see from the forum and the actuall application is that it takes about 6 months. Anybody have words of wisdom here


26/02/2005 Married in London to South African with UK Residency

28/02/2005 Sent off I-130 to London Consular

08/03/2005 Charge posted on Credit Card

14/03/2005 Sent off DS-230

15/03/2005 NOA of I-130

24/03/2005 Received Packet 3

18/04/2005 Sent in Form 169 (notice of readiness)

10/05/2005 Received Packet 4

06/06/2005 Medical at 10:00am in London

15/06/2005 Interview at 9:00 am (108 Days) -Approved

16/06/2005 Noon - Recieved Papers and Visa from Embassy

21/08/2005 Wife entered US on green Card

Conditions Removed +/- 1 year

??/06/2007 Submitted I-751

??/07/2007 Biometrics

02/04/2008 Application transferred from TSC to VSC

01/July/2008 Card Production ordered

N-400 process-3 months & 8 days

16/June/2008 Sent in packet of N-400

18/June/2008 NOA Priority date

20/June/2008 Check cashed

26/June/2008 NOA recieved

12/July/2008 Biometrics

08/Sept/2008 Interview- passed

24/Sept/2008 Oath (Cancelled due to Hurricane Ike)

29/Oct/2008 Oath & Passport Application (not expedited)

07/Nov/2008 Passport Received - Done with the Process

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Processing of N-400 varies by field office, some are faster than others.


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Processing of N-400 varies by field office, some are faster than others.

YuandDan- That sounds like the typical goverment answer. haha. Ok how about for the Texas service center. Regardless are any of them at an avg of 12 to 14 months at the moment?


26/02/2005 Married in London to South African with UK Residency

28/02/2005 Sent off I-130 to London Consular

08/03/2005 Charge posted on Credit Card

14/03/2005 Sent off DS-230

15/03/2005 NOA of I-130

24/03/2005 Received Packet 3

18/04/2005 Sent in Form 169 (notice of readiness)

10/05/2005 Received Packet 4

06/06/2005 Medical at 10:00am in London

15/06/2005 Interview at 9:00 am (108 Days) -Approved

16/06/2005 Noon - Recieved Papers and Visa from Embassy

21/08/2005 Wife entered US on green Card

Conditions Removed +/- 1 year

??/06/2007 Submitted I-751

??/07/2007 Biometrics

02/04/2008 Application transferred from TSC to VSC

01/July/2008 Card Production ordered

N-400 process-3 months & 8 days

16/June/2008 Sent in packet of N-400

18/June/2008 NOA Priority date

20/June/2008 Check cashed

26/June/2008 NOA recieved

12/July/2008 Biometrics

08/Sept/2008 Interview- passed

24/Sept/2008 Oath (Cancelled due to Hurricane Ike)

29/Oct/2008 Oath & Passport Application (not expedited)

07/Nov/2008 Passport Received - Done with the Process

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
Timeline

Any field office within a 500 mile radius of us is showing the current processing date of June 30, 2007. Emilio claims his gang processed 600,000 N-400's within a six month period under pressure by congress before the rate increase so that people can vote in last years November election.

We do have an election coming up in November if that will help. Our receipt said to expect 225 days that if hold true, wife would get to vote in the middle of November, that may be a couple of weeks too late for her. But our city is holding an election for dog catcher in December, she may be able to vote for that.

Wife could have voted in last years election, we long met the marriage requirement, it's those USCIS long processing times that is killing us.

Ha, some have to wait five years before applying and another ten years for processing.

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