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I FILED PETITION HAS BEEN TOUCHED ON 5/5/08 DOES THIS MEAN APROVAL...THE PETITION WAS RECIEVED AT VERMONT CENTER IN LATE JANUARY FOR I-130 ALSO FILED FOR I-129F BUT NO RESPONSE YET OR TOUCH. DOES IT MEAN APPROVAL BECAUSE IT HAS BEEN FOUR MONTHS SO FAR. THE COUNTRY IS INDIA. ALSO WHICH IS FASTER AT VERMONT CENTER THE I129F OR I130 FOR APPROVAL.

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Filed: Timeline

It means they've started work on your case .... you're not approved till you get the "approval notice sent" email or update on the website .... or a random NOA2 in the mail.

Vermont have only approved a couple of I-129F's since Christmas ..... most are left by the wayside

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It means they've started work on your case .... you're not approved till you get the "approval notice sent" email or update on the website .... or a random NOA2 in the mail.

Vermont have only approved a couple of I-129F's since Christmas ..... most are left by the wayside

WHAT ABOUT I-130? IS THERE A WAY TO SPEED UP THE PROCESS BY CALLING OR SOMETHING.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Japan
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It means they've started work on your case .... you're not approved till you get the "approval notice sent" email or update on the website .... or a random NOA2 in the mail.

Vermont have only approved a couple of I-129F's since Christmas ..... most are left by the wayside

WHAT ABOUT I-130? IS THERE A WAY TO SPEED UP THE PROCESS BY CALLING OR SOMETHING.

nope, you absolutely cannot do anything. If you have passed 180 days since your receipt date (aka NOA1 date), you can write to your congressman or senator and maybe they can open the inquiry. Notice that even though USCIS claim they HONOR the date that your package arrives their mail room, it is totally bulls and not even senators office can do any good.

Long story short, you just have to sit tight and hope VSC can have mercy on you...

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Japan
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It means they've started work on your case .... you're not approved till you get the "approval notice sent" email or update on the website .... or a random NOA2 in the mail.

Vermont have only approved a couple of I-129F's since Christmas ..... most are left by the wayside

WHAT ABOUT I-130? IS THERE A WAY TO SPEED UP THE PROCESS BY CALLING OR SOMETHING.

nope, you absolutely cannot do anything. If you have passed 180 days since your receipt date (aka NOA1 date), you can write to your congressman or senator and maybe they can open the inquiry. Notice that even though USCIS claim they HONOR the date that your package arrives their mail room, it is totally bulls and not even senators office can do any good.

Long story short, you just have to sit tight and hope VSC can have mercy on you...

sorry, double posted..

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