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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Romania
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if you look at your NOA1...the timeframe given is 90-120 days i believe. your congressman prolly wont do much right now as your still in the timeframe. have patience, looks like your right around the corner.

also if you take a look at this site : https://www.visapro.com/Vermont-Service-Center.asp

it will help you to see what month they are working on.

i know its hard, but you will have to wait til you hit atleast the 120 day mark before getting your congressman involved. there are ppl inline ahead of you since March, june, july, aug, still waiting, just give it some more time. I know its hard, but you will get thru it.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Zambia
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Actually, usually your U.S. Senator is more effective in dislodging petitions that seem to be way behind schedule. But your petition is not....so wait your turn :whistle:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ghana
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if you look at your NOA1...the timeframe given is 90-120 days i believe. your congressman prolly wont do much right now as your still in the timeframe. have patience, looks like your right around the corner.

also if you take a look at this site : https://www.visapro.com/Vermont-Service-Center.asp

it will help you to see what month they are working on.

i know its hard, but you will have to wait til you hit atleast the 120 day mark before getting your congressman involved. there are ppl inline ahead of you since March, june, july, aug, still waiting, just give it some more time. I know its hard, but you will get thru it.

Agreed :thumbs:

You need to pack a lot of patience for this process. Everyone is in the same boat and waiting for the same thing, to be reunited with loved ones.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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My husband is from South Africa (but is a Canadian citizen) and I got advice from a friend to contact our senators office. Like everyone else is saying, you should definitely wait until its been over the normal processing times...but I wanted to let you know that it really can work. The senator emailed the USCIS where our petition was located and found out that there was an RFE we had no idea about. If we hadnt contacted the senator they probably would have thought we just didnt care and closed our case.

Hope that helps!

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