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Filed: Country: India
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i got marrried in december 2008 at that time my wife was green card holder.she applied I-130 for me in september 2009 on green card.

last month in june 2010 she became us citizen.she filed another form to change my status .now last week she got a mail from USCIS which inform that

my status has been changed as my wife became a us citizen.Now,my case is in active processing.but on my USCIS account my case is on "initial review" from september 2009.I want to know what does it mean?

I have few questions in my mind plzzzzzz help me to solve it.....

1) how can i find that my I-130 approved or not also(my USCIS account my case is on "initial review" from september 2009)?

2) how much time is left to get visa interview?

3) number of steps from I-130 approval to visa interview.

4) does my I-130 can approved in last year when my wife was greencard holder(does I-130 can approved on green card) ?

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Hi,

Please dont rely on what your USCIS account says.It always shows Initial review even though half of ur work gets done at the backend.Well once your I-130 is approved,you will receive a maler from them on your contact mail id that you must have provided.This is the initial step so ut takes a time period of 1-2 months.Neednt worry.The rest of the stuff speeds up later.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Peru
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Please read the answers that you received in your other posts. All of the information that you are looking for has been posted there.


*~Cr1 Journey~* CSC

-NOA 1 Receipt date: 3/1/10 (sent 2/18/10)

-Touched 4 different times in between

-APPROVED: 6/2/10

93 days from NOA1 to NOA2

-Received NVC case number: 6/9/10/10

-Gave NVC my e-mail address & e-mailed DS3032: 6/10/10

-Received NVC e-mails (DS3032 and AOS Fee)& paid AOS fee: 6/11/10

-AOS Fee shows as PAID & paid IV Bill: 6/15/10

-IV Bill shows as paid: 6/6/10

-Received IV instruction packet: 6/8/10

-Received dox from co-sponsor: 10/14/15/10

-Sent AOS package: 10/18/10

-AOS package received: 10/19/10-J.Desmond

-IV Package mailed out: 11/3/10

-AVR says I have an RFE: 11/5/10

-NVC operator told me what my RFE's are: 11/8/10

-NVC sent checklist letter (for the 2 AOS RFE's): 11/13/10

-NVC operator says the IV package has been entered: 11/18/10

-E-mailed SUE to see if that would do anything (3 diff times...): 11/29/30/10

-Sent AOS RFE's: 12/1/10

-AOS RFE's received: 12/2/10

-Checked payment portal for fun (SIF!!!!): 12/3/10

-AVR still say AOS missing info: 12/3/10

-NVC operator says case was shipped to USE in Lima: 12/3/10

-Received interview date (12/13/10): JANUARY 6th, 2011!!

-Medical: 12/21/10- Passed :)

-Interivew: 1/6/11- PASSED :D

-Visa received- 1/13/11

-POE FLL- 1/23/11 YES! BUTTTTTTT....still not reunited :'( (Reunited on the 24th)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: India
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i got marrried in december 2008 at that time my wife was green card holder.she applied I-130 for me in september 2009 on green card.

last month in june 2010 she became us citizen.she filed another form to change my status .now last week she got a mail from USCIS which inform that

my status has been changed as my wife became a us citizen.Now,my case is in active processing.but on my USCIS account my case is on "initial review" from september 2009.I want to know what does it mean?

I have few questions in my mind plzzzzzz help me to solve it.....

1) how can i find that my I-130 approved or not also(my USCIS account my case is on "initial review" from september 2009)?

You could call the 1-800 number that is listed, but the operators dont have any useful information, as they just read from a script (think flowchart answers to your questions). I would make an InfoPass appointment (info is at the USCIS website), or just google it. You can actually meet face 2 face w/ a local USCIS officer at the local USCIS office and they can give you more specific information.

2) how much time is left to get visa interview?

you've still got a little ways to go. even if you got approval from USCIS today, you're looking at an average of 3 months to interview (if all your paperwork is in order).

3) number of steps from I-130 approval to visa interview.

a few. the next step after USCIS is the NVC stage. There is a flowchart in the guides section http://www.visajourney.com/examples/NVC_Process_Flowchart_v1-2.pdf that outlines the steps after approval to interview. You'll have to get a medical done as well (in the final stages, right before your interview).

4) does my I-130 can approved in last year when my wife was greencard holder(does I-130 can approved on green card) ?

yes, but from what i've read, it takes upto 2 yrs to get approved if the petitioner (your wife) is a green card holder, as opposed to a US citizen. if US citizen, then it can take upto 5 months (5 months and 10 days for me and my wife). check out the approval timelines in the processing times section of VJ. i think average time nowadays is 3 months (?) for CR-1...hope this helps and good luck.


Once in awhile, right in the middle of an ordinary life, love gives us a fairy tale - My beautiful wife Soni
Timeline:
USCIS: 10-06-2009: I-130 rec'd by USCIS; 03-16-2010: I-130 APPROVAL (after 5+ friggin months of torture, agony and waiting!)
NVC:
04-29-2010: INTERVIEW ASSIGNED FOR JUNE 10TH IN CHENNAI CONSULATE, INDIA; 06-10-2010: INTERVIEW - VISA APPROVED!!!!!
06-18-2010: Entered US - NEW YORK CITY and 08-16-2010: GC received! (nearly 2 months after PoE) woo hoo!
AOS for permanent 10 yr green card:

04-02-2012: NOA of I-751 and 1 yr extension of temp green card

05-03-2012: Biometrics appointment

12-18-2012: 10 yr Green card approved; 12-22-2012: Green card rec'd

N-400 citizenship:

06-19-2013: N-400 mailed; 06-22-2013: N-400 rec'd at Dallas lockbox

10-3-2013: Interview date - APPROVED!

10-18-2013: NATURALIZED - We are done with USCIS!!!

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