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Our case was received 3/3/09 at the Vermont center. It was touched 3/6/09. We have the hard copy NOA1. We have not seen any changes to our case since the first and only touch.

I am thinking about calling them. Will this irritate them and cause them to bury our case deeper, or is it ok to inquire? Has anyone else ever called the USCIS before? Thanks.


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Frustrating - yes, hopefully you hear something soon. Essentially USCIS will just tell you that the timelines are typically 6 months per the USCIS website. So it is best to wait.


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Dale & Trisha

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