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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: England
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Just wondering if anyone has an idea how long this takes in Atlanta, I have heard so many different story's I filed mine yesterday. A guy I work with filed in March 2008 and was granted his Citizenship last month, however one of his Wifes friends apparently filed in late August and was granetd hers only a week afterwards!!

If anyone has an idea about whats going on and how long I would appreciate it.

Thanks....................................................Paul

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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9 months according to USCIS. https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/processTimesDis....do?type=office

:time:http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=438

Also you are way past K-1, perhaps Removal of conditions or Naturalization? Time to update profile: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...rCP&CODE=01


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: India
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Well, It all depends on your luck!

I filed in August and have not received my interview letter yet but everybody else who filed in August is a U.S. citizen now.

:whistle:

I filed in last week of August and my interview and oath were done on december 18, 2008

Well, It all depends on your luck!

I filed in August and have not received my interview letter yet but everybody else who filed in August is a U.S. citizen now.

:whistle:

I filed in last week of August and my interview and oath were done on december 18, 2008

I filed in last week of August 2008 and my interview and oath were done on december 18, 2008

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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We filed in Atlanta in November and almost immediately received a notice for biometrics but so far nothing else. We know a lady who got her's in 4 months.

We were hoping for that kind of timeline.

Deb

Edited by hassan_debbie

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For 2008 July filers, we have two person from Atlanta, GA, and it is done within 4~5 month timeframe.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...t&p=2525186

But again, it is varied from person to person, from case to case.

And we, 2008 July filers, were lucky because USCIS pushed hard to process the case sooner for 2008 presidential election pressure.

Now they are trying to stop overtime work and weekend work to process the N400 cases, so it will be slow down.

But if you don't have a problem from FBI namecheck process and RFE for the case, I think your case can be completed within 6 months unless there is significant change occurred.

One of best parts is that Atlanta, GA is one of few district office to allow same day oath ceremony after morning interview.

So you don't have to wait longer after your approval from the interview.

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We filed in Atlanta in November and almost immediately received a notice for biometrics but so far nothing else. We know a lady who got her's in 4 months.

We were hoping for that kind of timeline.

Deb

USCIS is scheduled fingerprint right after they accept the case for N400.

So it doesn't matter much where you file, and normally USCIS is scheduled for fingerprint within one month time-frame from the case acceptance.

It is standard practice done by National Benefit Center (NBC) or reginal Service Center no matter where you live.

One of best part for Atlanta, GA filers is that Atlanta, GA is one of few district office to arrange same day oath ceremony after morning interview approval. So you don't have to wait for oath letter for another month or so.

Edited by moonhunt

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Filed in late Oct, interview in early February. Almost 4 four months.


DCF London

2007-08-09 Married

2008-02-15 (Day 1) Filed I-130 for CR-1

2008-02-20 (Day 6) Received RFE

2008-02-21 (Day 7) Returned RFE

2008-02-26 (Day 12) Credit card charged $355

2008-05-15 (Day 92) Received RFE

2008-05-16 (Day 93) Returned RFE

2008-06-11 (Day 119) Received RFE in the form of face-to-face interview on 17 June.

2008-06-17 (Day 125) RFE interview

2008-06-23 (Day 131) Received Packet 3

2008-06-24 (Day 132) Returned Checklist, DS-230

2008-07-03 (Day 141) Received Packet 4

2008-07-09 (Day 147) Medical (approved)

2008-07-18 (Day 158) Interview (approved)

2008-07-22 (Day 162) Passport and visa in hand

2008-07-25 (Day 165) POE - Atlanta, GA

ROC

2010-05-25 (Day 1) Mailed off I-751, check, and evidence to VSC

2010-06-07 (Day 15) Received NOA1, dated 2010-05-27

2010-07-30 (Day 66) Received Bio Appt letter, scheduled for 2010-08-16; will be out of town

2010-07-30 (Day 66) Mailed off request for new appointment date

2011-05-23 (Day 363) Biometrics appointment

2011-07-11 (Day 412) Conditions Removed

N-400

2012-10-23 (Day 1) Mailed N-400 Application (PHX)

2012-12-06 (Day 44) Biometrics appointment (PHX)

2013-01-29 (Day 98) Interview (approved)

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Filed: Timeline

Yes, each case is different!

My case was 115 days to the "interview passed" date...and I'm waiting for the Oath letter.

Another person with ID "prizm" also had his case approved within 120 days. He was so lucky he passed interview in the morning and took part in the 2pm Oath Ceremonies last Wednesday. I was there the same day but my interview was more than one hour behind schedule at 2:25pm or so. And thus even passing the interview, I had to wait for the Oath letter. As of today, one week has passed and I haven't received that letter yet. Hope it will arrive soon.

Again, be patient...You will get there.

Good luck!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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3 months for us. We filed in November 2008 and received our interview date of Feb. 24, 2009, in the mail yesterday.

So 3 to 4 months seems to be the norm right now.

Deb

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