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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia
Timeline

When checking the timeline in USCIS for I-129F, the date show as March 07,2008. What does this date mean?

Thanks


VSC K1 & N400 Timeline:

1/05/2009 Sent I-129F, G-325A + other documents as required. $455 fee
1/09/2009 NOA1 Petitioner received
4/30/2009 NOA2 Petitioner received (approved in 105 days from NOA1 3.5months)
6/08/2009 Packet 3 Petitioner received
6/20/2009 Packet 4 Petitioner received, mail everything from above forms & I-134 plus other doc as required for beneficiary
7/23/2009 Interview @ 7am, Interview passed- visa pick up July 31st
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9/13/2009 Arrived in JFK
9/15/2009 Applied for Marriage License $40
9/29/2009 Applied SSN (bring SS-5, Passport, & I-94). Went to local County District Court for Marriage License $38.50 fee... Officially Marriage. Received SS card in less then 2 weeks. 2 weeks later, apply for State Photo ID
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10/22/2009 Mail AOS forms (I-485,G-325A,I-864,I-131, I-765, plus support doc) $1,010 fee
10/29/2009 I-797C, NOA (I-485, I-131, and I-765)
11/16/2009 I-797C, NOA, I-485 transfer to CSC - No interview
11/24/2009 Biometrics App't (I-485, I-765)
12/14/2009 I-131 Approved
12/17/2009 I-765 Approved
12/22/2009 I-485 Approval letter/Welcome to America
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08/22/2011 Letter from USCIS reminding to file I-751
09/01/2011 2nd notice from USCIS reminding to file I-751
09/26/2011 Mail I-751 w/supporting doc
10/03/2011 Check cleared
10/03/2011 I-797C, NOA
11/07/2011 USCIS App't
11/07/2011 Approved
06/20/2012 GC Arrived
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01/30/2013 Mail N-400, G-1145, & supporting doc
02/20/2013 Fingerprint App't
04/16/2013 Interview - PASSED

04/29/2013 Naturalization Oath Ceremony at 2pm

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: New Zealand
Timeline

USCIS claims to be working on petitions received March 7, 2008 but the date is really there just to protect them from those still waiting for an approval. In other words, you really can't complain about your petition taking so long until your submission date is well past the date they list. ;)

When checking the timeline in USCIS for I-129F, the date show as March 07,2008. What does this date mean?

Thanks


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Filed: Country: United Kingdom
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When checking the timeline in USCIS for I-129F, the date show as March 07,2008. What does this date mean?

Thanks

This means, as of September 30 2008, they are currently processing petitions dated from March 07 2008.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
Timeline

So, for all you folks going through the VSC, I have a question...and honestly, I'm a little scared to hear the answer.

I'm submitting my I-129F tomorrow (fedex-ing it), but from what I'm seeing (and I wish I knew this earlier), the VSC runs pretty slow. Do I have ANY hope at all of having my fiance's visa approved so that we can get married in October 2009, or should I start breaking it to my family that we're going to have to change the wedding date?


Our Timeline

11/2001 - met online

6/2006 - first face-to-face meeting (he's been over 7 times total since then).

1/26/09 - filed I-129F with VSC

1/27/09 - package rec'd, NOA1 sent

1/30/09 - NOA1 hardcopy rec'd

1/31/09 - touched

4/29/09 - NOA2 email rec'd from CRIS! YIPPEE!!

5/12/09 - Mark rec'd Packet 3

5/29/09 - returned packet 3

7/12/09 - resubmitted packet 3 after being told for weeks that it was never rec'd

8/19/09 - interview scheduled for 9/11/09! Medical moved to 9/10/09.

9/10/09 - medical - passed

9/11/09 - interview - approved pending embassy receipt of medical results!!!!!!! Hard to believe it's finally done!!

10/2/09 - POE: Logan Airport in Boston, MA. Absolutely no problems, aside from the customs official not knowing what to do with the visa and having to find someone to help.

10/10/09 - Married!! :D :D :D

12/2/09 - SSN applied for in Montpelier, VT

12/7/09 - SSN received in the mail - that was fast!

1/9/2010 - AOS & EAD package sent

1/15/2010 - NOA's received for both AOS and EAD applications

1/22/2010 - biometrics appointment letter rec'd - appt is for 2/2 in St. Albans, VT.

Igor's List

4/29/09 - APPROVED!

4/28/09 - #208

4/24/09 - #218

4/17/09 - #235

4/10/09 - #250

4/7/09 - #271

3/1/09 - #371

2/2/09 - #455

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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So, for all you folks going through the VSC, I have a question...and honestly, I'm a little scared to hear the answer.

I'm submitting my I-129F tomorrow (fedex-ing it), but from what I'm seeing (and I wish I knew this earlier), the VSC runs pretty slow. Do I have ANY hope at all of having my fiance's visa approved so that we can get married in October 2009, or should I start breaking it to my family that we're going to have to change the wedding date?

you might want to break the news to them, average time takes 4-6 months but there could be hold ups to make it even longer...


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
Timeline

4-6 months from initially filing the 1-129F?


Our Timeline

11/2001 - met online

6/2006 - first face-to-face meeting (he's been over 7 times total since then).

1/26/09 - filed I-129F with VSC

1/27/09 - package rec'd, NOA1 sent

1/30/09 - NOA1 hardcopy rec'd

1/31/09 - touched

4/29/09 - NOA2 email rec'd from CRIS! YIPPEE!!

5/12/09 - Mark rec'd Packet 3

5/29/09 - returned packet 3

7/12/09 - resubmitted packet 3 after being told for weeks that it was never rec'd

8/19/09 - interview scheduled for 9/11/09! Medical moved to 9/10/09.

9/10/09 - medical - passed

9/11/09 - interview - approved pending embassy receipt of medical results!!!!!!! Hard to believe it's finally done!!

10/2/09 - POE: Logan Airport in Boston, MA. Absolutely no problems, aside from the customs official not knowing what to do with the visa and having to find someone to help.

10/10/09 - Married!! :D :D :D

12/2/09 - SSN applied for in Montpelier, VT

12/7/09 - SSN received in the mail - that was fast!

1/9/2010 - AOS & EAD package sent

1/15/2010 - NOA's received for both AOS and EAD applications

1/22/2010 - biometrics appointment letter rec'd - appt is for 2/2 in St. Albans, VT.

Igor's List

4/29/09 - APPROVED!

4/28/09 - #208

4/24/09 - #218

4/17/09 - #235

4/10/09 - #250

4/7/09 - #271

3/1/09 - #371

2/2/09 - #455

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: New Zealand
Timeline

It's important to keep in mind that processing times change ALL the time. For instance, a year ago, VSC was processing petitions in less than a month's time while CSC was still trying to recover from the backlog caused by the fee increase the previous year.

How long it takes to process your petition depends very much on the adjuticator handling your case and/or security checks that can hold you up at any stage, even if you think there is nothing to hold you up. ;)

How long your interview will take is very much dependant on the Embassy you are dealing with. You can check the Embassy info/reviews link above to find out the average for the Embassy your fiance will interview with.

Most will advise you not to plan or pay for anything in advance as this process can throw you for a loop at any point.

good luck.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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We're going on 14 months and just now getting to final stages. I used to watch the timelines and try to estimate when we would be together. Don't do it! It is like watching the clock, time passes even slower. If you're # comes up early, feel blessed, but I would not make any plans.

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