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Hello

My fiancee is from ukraine. I recieved my NOA1 on Nov 14 2007

Still have not recieved NOA2. 6 1/2 months already

Any idea what is going on?

I saw this in the signature of one of the members and wonder why:

Our I-129F Timeline

10-16-2007 Sent I-129F to CSC

10-17-2007 CSC Received Our I-129F

10-19-2007 Check Cashed

10-23-2007 NOA1 Received in the mail

10-26-2007 Touched

02-29-2007 Approved

03-05-2008 Receive hard copy of NOA2

03-07-2008 NVC Received Petition

03-11-2008 Petition Left NVC

03-14-2008 Consulate in HCM Received Petition

03-31-2008 Received Package 3

04-04-2008 Package 3 turned in at Embassy

05-17-2008 Received package 4

06-03-2008 Interview (called embassy on 05-13-08)

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Same boat here.

My NOA date is October 19th. Have not received NOA2. Have inquired and the last I heard was that the petition went to an officer on May 6th.

As of today, I am at day 227 - going on 8 months.....

Johnichka

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Same boat here.

My NOA date is October 19th. Have not received NOA2. Have inquired and the last I heard was that the petition went to an officer on May 6th.

As of today, I am at day 227 - going on 8 months.....

Johnichka

Have you guys contacted the USCIS?

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I have contacted the USCIS many times and was lied to 5 out of the 6 times that I spoke with an officer. Four times they said it was with an officer - that was as far back as February 22nd.

After my Congressman called and was told it went to an officer on May 6th, I called back a day later to USCIS to ask status of the case. The officer who answered the call told me it was with an officer. When I pressed her for the date it went to an officer, she told me March 11th. (lie) She probably never looked up the file, no touch due to call as well.

Seems pretty funny that one officer had told the Congressional Rep that it went to an officer on May 6th.

I called back last Thursday and was told by an officer that it was in fact with an officer and went to an officer on May 6th. (first one to be honest with me). She then said she would send an email to the officer. The file was touched that day (due to the call) and touched the next day due to what I believe is the officer receving the email and picking up the file.

Based on my experience, I would not put a lot of faith in what the folks at USCIS tell you.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
Timeline

Another tool to help in getting your case adjudicated, is the CIS Ombudsman.

http://www.dhs.gov/ximgtn/programs/editorial_0497.shtm

From their website:

When Should I Submit a Case Problem to CIS Ombudsman?

You should contact the CIS Ombudsman if you have an ongoing or immediate issue with USCIS, such as:

* Your case experienced processing delays beyond anticipated processing times;

* Have not received a response or resolution within the anticipated time frames as published by USCIS.

How to Submit a Case Problem to CIS Ombudsman

Submit a case problem using DHS Form 7001 (Please note: This is a pilot project to help determine feasibility of submitting cases online in the future.)

* Complete and print out the fillable PDF version of DHS Form 7001.

What Assistance Does the Ombudsman Provide in Resolving Case Problems?

Once we receive your case problem, we will review your case, determine if we are able to assist you, and if appropriate, forward your case to USCIS for resolution. If for some reason we are not able to help you obtain a resolution to your case problem, we will inform you of the reasons in writing. If another government office or agency is better able to assist you with your case problem, we will make every effort to provide you with the contact information of that office or agency.


K-1

I-129F Sent : 02-21-2008

I-129F NOA1 : 02-25-2008

I-129F RFE(s) : none

I-129F NOA2 : 07-14-2008

NVC Received : 07-18-2008

NVC Left : 07-23-2008

P2 arrives Guangzhou Customs: 07-26-2008

Consulate Receives: 09-09-2008

Packet 3 Sent : 10-02-2008

Packet 3 Received : 10-18-2008

Packet 4 Received : 10-30-2008

Interview Date : 11-26-2008

Visa Received : 12-2-2008

US Entry : 12-3-2008

Marriage : 12-12-2008

AOS

I-485 package mailed : 1-28-2009

NOA received: 2-10-2009

Biometrics: 2-14-2009

Interview: 5-13-2009

Green card received: x-xx-xxxx

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Another tool to help in getting your case adjudicated, is the CIS Ombudsman.

http://www.dhs.gov/ximgtn/programs/editorial_0497.shtm

From their website:

When Should I Submit a Case Problem to CIS Ombudsman?

You should contact the CIS Ombudsman if you have an ongoing or immediate issue with USCIS, such as:

* Your case experienced processing delays beyond anticipated processing times;

* Have not received a response or resolution within the anticipated time frames as published by USCIS.

How to Submit a Case Problem to CIS Ombudsman

Submit a case problem using DHS Form 7001 (Please note: This is a pilot project to help determine feasibility of submitting cases online in the future.)

* Complete and print out the fillable PDF version of DHS Form 7001.

What Assistance Does the Ombudsman Provide in Resolving Case Problems?

Once we receive your case problem, we will review your case, determine if we are able to assist you, and if appropriate, forward your case to USCIS for resolution. If for some reason we are not able to help you obtain a resolution to your case problem, we will inform you of the reasons in writing. If another government office or agency is better able to assist you with your case problem, we will make every effort to provide you with the contact information of that office or agency.

Thanks

It will probably take another 4 months for CIS Ombudsman to process DHS Form 7001, and 15 years to actually do anything about it!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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Thanks

It will probably take another 4 months for CIS Ombudsman to process DHS Form 7001, and 15 years to actually do anything about it!

:time:


K-1

I-129F Sent : 02-21-2008

I-129F NOA1 : 02-25-2008

I-129F RFE(s) : none

I-129F NOA2 : 07-14-2008

NVC Received : 07-18-2008

NVC Left : 07-23-2008

P2 arrives Guangzhou Customs: 07-26-2008

Consulate Receives: 09-09-2008

Packet 3 Sent : 10-02-2008

Packet 3 Received : 10-18-2008

Packet 4 Received : 10-30-2008

Interview Date : 11-26-2008

Visa Received : 12-2-2008

US Entry : 12-3-2008

Marriage : 12-12-2008

AOS

I-485 package mailed : 1-28-2009

NOA received: 2-10-2009

Biometrics: 2-14-2009

Interview: 5-13-2009

Green card received: x-xx-xxxx

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