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Is there anyone who can make a definitive statement about this?

Not asking for opinions.

The CSC NOA1 has:

Received Date: March 1, 2006 [i mailed via USPS 2/26 to TSC; TSC received it 3/1 per USPS tracking]

Notice Date: March 7, 2006

Now, with IMBRA ####### that's just now unravelling the Earth, does anyone know where I fit?

I got the email of NOA2 on 5/9 stating the Approval was 5/8.

If anyone knows, I'd appreciate the help.

Thanks!

Larry


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Is there anyone who can make a definitive statement about this?

Not asking for opinions.

Larry

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No one can tell you the date - all anyone can do is take a guess. Even if a lawyer guarantees you a date he is just lying to get your money in his pocket.

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This is off the USCIS site...maybe its what you are looking for.

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: Due to an unusually large volume of receipts at the Service Centers during the first week of April, it is taking longer than expected to enter cases into the system. Depending on the type of case and service requested, it may take approximately 14 days to generate and mail receipt notices. Once the receipt notice has been generated, it may take an additional 2 to 3 days for customers to receive their receipt notices in the mail. Per existing policies and procedures, requests for Premium Processing Service will continue to be processed within 15 days. USCIS wishes to assure all customers that the original received date will be honored and recorded on the receipt notice. This date will appear in the "Received Date" box on Form I-797, Notice of Action. The received date is different from the "Notice Date", which also appears on Form I-797. The Notice Date is the date the receipt notice was actually generated. USCIS has taken appropriate measures to address this situation and expects to be current with its receipting by mid-May.


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motu, interesting ... so that means, according to you, the DHS/USCIS directives coming down around dates are random for the dates? On or after March 6 doesn't mean anything, then, according to your sources of information.

My question is: I have two dates on the NOA1 3/1 and 3/7. The IMBRA 3/6 has been on the web discussions for a couple to three months now. So you're saying you know that 3/6 before and after are random and are meaningless according to your reliable sources. Right?

Petitions before 3/6 NOA1 as well as after can be recalled, reprocessed, whatever, right?

Thanks for the help.

This is off the USCIS site...maybe its what you are looking for.

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: Due to an unusually large volume of receipts at the Service Centers during the first week of April, it is taking longer than expected to enter cases into the system. Depending on the type of case and service requested, it may take approximately 14 days to generate and mail receipt notices. Once the receipt notice has been generated, it may take an additional 2 to 3 days for customers to receive their receipt notices in the mail. Per existing policies and procedures, requests for Premium Processing Service will continue to be processed within 15 days. USCIS wishes to assure all customers that the original received date will be honored and recorded on the receipt notice. This date will appear in the "Received Date" box on Form I-797, Notice of Action. The received date is different from the "Notice Date", which also appears on Form I-797. The Notice Date is the date the receipt notice was actually generated. USCIS has taken appropriate measures to address this situation and expects to be current with its receipting by mid-May.

desert_fox, thanks!

So my NOA1 date is 3/1 or 3/7?

I'm trying to understand if I'm in the contention time frame on/after 3/6 or before.

I'm assuming the Notice Date of 3/7 is the NOA1 date and puts me in the problem date.

Or, is the 3/1 Receipt Date the NOA1 Date?

Does anyone know that?


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I would think that the receipt date is your notice date. The Notice date is meaningless, as its the date they printed the form.

I would think that the receipt date is your notice date. The Notice date is meaningless, as its the date they printed the form.

bad wording.......

the receipt date would be your NOA-1 date...when the clock starts running. The notice date is just the date they printed tthe form


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OH WOW! Thanks desert_fox!

So I've got the wrong NOA1 Date then!

GEE! This changes things tremendously with respect to the IMBRA.

My RECEIPT DATE is March 1, 2006.

My NOTICE DATE is March 7, 2006.

Our clock started then on 3/1 NOT 3/7 as I have been thinking ... RIGHT??? :yes::no: ?? :blink:

motu, interesting ... so that means, according to you, the DHS/USCIS directives coming down around dates are random for the dates? On or after March 6 doesn't mean anything, then, according to your sources of information.

My question is: I have two dates on the NOA1 3/1 and 3/7. The IMBRA 3/6 has been on the web discussions for a couple to three months now. So you're saying you know that 3/6 before and after are random and are meaningless according to your reliable sources. Right?

Petitions before 3/6 NOA1 as well as after can be recalled, reprocessed, whatever, right?

Thanks for the help.

This is off the USCIS site...maybe its what you are looking for.

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: Due to an unusually large volume of receipts at the Service Centers during the first week of April, it is taking longer than expected to enter cases into the system. Depending on the type of case and service requested, it may take approximately 14 days to generate and mail receipt notices. Once the receipt notice has been generated, it may take an additional 2 to 3 days for customers to receive their receipt notices in the mail. Per existing policies and procedures, requests for Premium Processing Service will continue to be processed within 15 days. USCIS wishes to assure all customers that the original received date will be honored and recorded on the receipt notice. This date will appear in the "Received Date" box on Form I-797, Notice of Action. The received date is different from the "Notice Date", which also appears on Form I-797. The Notice Date is the date the receipt notice was actually generated. USCIS has taken appropriate measures to address this situation and expects to be current with its receipting by mid-May.

desert_fox, thanks!

So my NOA1 date is 3/1 or 3/7?

I'm trying to understand if I'm in the contention time frame on/after 3/6 or before.

I'm assuming the Notice Date of 3/7 is the NOA1 date and puts me in the problem date.

Or, is the 3/1 Receipt Date the NOA1 Date?

Does anyone know that?


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Evidently (1) there was an error at CSC or (2) that info is not correct.

I just check my mailbox and got the physical form.

The Receipt Date is 3/7, not the Receipt Date on my NOA1.

The Approval Date is as in the email 3/8.

So now the question: Did CSC screw up or the TSC forwarding hose this up or what?

the NOA1 says Receipt 3/1 and Notice 3/7. [i-797C]

the NOA2 says Receipt 3/7 and Notice 5/8. [i-797]


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The date they stamp on your actual petition is the reciept date and this is what is on your NOA1 as the receipt date. This is the date that will affect whether you fall under the new IMBRA.

Applications are stamped with the time and date of physical receipt, not the time and date they are actually opened.


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The date they stamp on your actual petition is the reciept date and this is what is on your NOA1 as the receipt date. This is the date that will affect whether you fall under the new IMBRA.

Applications are stamped with the time and date of physical receipt, not the time and date they are actually opened.

Ok ... so do I know my date to know if I'm affected by IMBRA?


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The date they stamp on your actual petition is the reciept date and this is what is on your NOA1 as the receipt date. This is the date that will affect whether you fall under the new IMBRA.

Applications are stamped with the time and date of physical receipt, not the time and date they are actually opened.

Ok ... so do I know my date to know if I'm affected by IMBRA?

Accrding to everything above then, your NOA1 date is 3/1/06, which should mean that you will be unaffected by the IMBRA.

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well the problem is that the NOA2 says Receipt Date 3/7 Notice Date 5/8.

So NOA1 says Receipt Date 3/1 and Notice Date 3/7.

Was there a screw up going from NOA1 to NOA2?

Let me check ours rom back then and see if there's a similar pattern.

Interesting, I never noticed that. We had NOA1 received[\b] 7/15 notice 7/18, and NOA2 receipt[\b] 7/18 notice 8/4.

Seems to be the only difference. From the language in the excerpt above, then, it seems unclear. There is no "received date" on the I-797, only on the I-797C. Your guess as to what they really mean is as good as mine.

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