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Online Status Change on Approval Question for I-130 and I129F

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Hello ,

When an I-129F or I-130 is approved does the status on the USCIS website change immediately or do we first get a NOA 2 in mail and then the status changes? Also the Text messages are they sent out immediately when the online status changes?

The reason I am asking is because when i filed for my naturalization, the online status still says pending even after the approval and the online status on USCIS website did not correctly reflect the true status.


9/1/2009: Applied for I-130

9/14/2009: NOA1 for I-130

9/21/2009: NOA1 for I-129F (CSC)

9/25/2009: NOA1 received for I-129F (receipt of mail)

01/08/2010 : Thank you very much Jesus..... NOA 2 129F

01/08/2010 : NOA 2 I-130

01/15/2010 : Embassy gets the approval notice (Awesome..Love K3...so glad we have done K3)

01/20/2010: Embassy schedules interview for K3

02/19/2010: K3 interview over and approved.

[Thank You very much Jesus and our heavenly father.]

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Filed: Other Country: China
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Hello ,

When an I-129F or I-130 is approved does the status on the USCIS website change immediately or do we first get a NOA 2 in mail and then the status changes? Also the Text messages are they sent out immediately when the online status changes?

The reason I am asking is because when i filed for my naturalization, the online status still says pending even after the approval and the online status on USCIS website did not correctly reflect the true status.

The updated website seems pretty consistent as long as your case number is actually in the system. Some never get in.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hello ,

When an I-129F or I-130 is approved does the status on the USCIS website change immediately or do we first get a NOA 2 in mail and then the status changes? Also the Text messages are they sent out immediately when the online status changes?

The reason I am asking is because when i filed for my naturalization, the online status still says pending even after the approval and the online status on USCIS website did not correctly reflect the true status.

inconsistent.... i received e-mail that the I-129f was approved two weeks after I received the hardcopy in the mail


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