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I 130 Petition for Brother/Sister

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Filed: Country: El Salvador
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Good Day everyone:

Does anyone have any information about the process of I 130 petition for Brother/Sister? Here is the background:

I petitioned my sister February 2001

August 2009 received a letter stating that they need additional information

I sent the required documentation ASAP

August 14, 2009 Received a notice saying that the application was approved.

August 28, 2009 Received a notice saying that the applaication was transfered to the Visa Processing Center

Now What????

How long does it take from here??

It seems that after waiting an eternity things are moving pretty quickly, but I don't want to get my hopes up too high.

I would GREATLY appreciate ANY information. Thank you

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Filed: Country: Vietnam (no flag)
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Good Day everyone:

Does anyone have any information about the process of I 130 petition for Brother/Sister? Here is the background:

I petitioned my sister February 2001

August 2009 received a letter stating that they need additional information

I sent the required documentation ASAP

August 14, 2009 Received a notice saying that the application was approved.

August 28, 2009 Received a notice saying that the applaication was transfered to the Visa Processing Center

Now What????

How long does it take from here??

It seems that after waiting an eternity things are moving pretty quickly, but I don't want to get my hopes up too high.

I would GREATLY appreciate ANY information. Thank you

You wait. The NVC will contact you and your sister when her priority date ("PD" - date USCIS received her petition) becomes current in the F4 family preference category. The current PD is Feb. 22, 1999. See the Visa Bulletin for current PD; http://travel.state.gov/visa/frvi/bulletin...letin_1360.html.

So in about a year or two, the NVC will mail or e-mail you with instructions. There is nothing for you can do until then.

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