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A touch after a call

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Colombia
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Feeling slightly better as I checked online and saw I finally got a touch on the i130 still nothing on the i129 and thats the one I need. Several calls placed this week. Maybe soon.


Met in Medellin Colombia October 06

Was in Medellin 1 week every month for the the year

Married June 28th 07 Wedding in Bello ( applied for residence in Colombia, granted temporal residencia for 2 years.)

07/07/07 Sent i-130

07/17/07 NOA1

03/24/08 Touched

03/24/08 Called

04/17/08 Touched

04/23/08 Called again

05/14/08 Approved Email notification

08/14/07 I129f sent

09/20/07 NOA1

05/14/08 Approved Email notification

04/24/08 Touched

Need the i129 approval

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Philippines
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good for you ,., hmmm now i'm thinking of asking my husband to call them so that our papers will be touched too :unsure:

My son named Zac

"My son's smile makes my day complete"

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MY K3 TIMELINE purple4.gifVid of how I prepared my interview documents purple.gifPapers that I brought on my USEM interview

AOS TIMELINE

06.17.2010 - submitted our papers

06.19.2010 - papers arrived at Chicago lockbox

06.24.2010 - Check cashed

06.28.2010 - NOA1 Hardcopy received (9 days from the day they got our papers)

07.05.2010 - Received Biometrics Schedule (July 26)

08.05.2010 - Biometrics done! (had to re-schedule from 7/26 to 8/5)

08.13.2010 - Got my interview letter

08.20.2010 - EAD card on production

09.06.2010 - Got my EAD Card (62 days)

09.07.2010 - Applied for SSN

09.14.2010 - SSN Card received

09.16.2010 - Interview schedule (APPROVED)

09.20.2010 - Welcome Notice Received ("Welcome to the USA")

09.25.2010 - 10 yr Green Card received! (98 days)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Greece
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And once you get a self-induced touch, so what?? They simply bring up your case on a computer monitor, the touch is a sign that your record has been accessed. It does not change your receipt date... Wasted time, if you ask me... The call center people count not 0, -1... They are there just to keep us at bay and "happy"...

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Basically, "touched" means not so important, some were get approved without receiving any touched at all, but in some way, we feel better when we see our case being "touched" , is why we kept calling them.Lol!!24268uvy3bgwrbz.gif

what matters most is when the "case pending status changed into "Approval Notice Sent", yay!!!!

Good Luck guys.24268uvy3bgwrbz.gif

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