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Please someone give me through answer to my question which I raises earlier but no one except Mr. aleful give me answer to my question which still doesn't clear my confusion so I am force to place my question again in a new thread.

In my case where my Priority date is 17 August 2009 will my case becomes current earlier than I initially thought and my case transfers to Local Embassy earlier or this quota issue still haunts my priority date to come earlier and do I have to wait for full 7 years more for my priority date to becomes current.

Please clear this my confusion I'll be very very thankful to all of you who knows the answer or at least have an idea about it.

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Please someone give me through answer to my question which I raises earlier but no one except Mr. aleful give me answer to my question which still doesn't clear my confusion so I am force to place my question again in a new thread.

In my case where my Priority date is 17 August 2009 will my case becomes current earlier than I initially thought and my case transfers to Local Embassy earlier or this quota issue still haunts my priority date to come earlier and do I have to wait for full 7 years more for my priority date to becomes current.

Please clear this my confusion I'll be very very thankful to all of you who knows the answer or at least have an idea about it.

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Please someone give me through answer to my question which I raises earlier but no one except Mr. aleful give me answer to my question which still doesn't clear my confusion so I am force to place my question again in a new thread.

In my case where my Priority date is 17 August 2009 will my case becomes current earlier than I initially thought and my case transfers to Local Embassy earlier or this quota issue still haunts my priority date to come earlier and do I have to wait for full 7 years more for my priority date to becomes current.

Please clear this my confusion I'll be very very thankful to all of you who knows the answer or at least have an idea about it.

I doubt your priority date will come sooner unless your father becomes a USC then after notification of citizenship, your class will be adjusted from F2B to F1 and then about two years can be removed from the waiting.

If you watch the monthly visa bulletins you can see how fast the priority dates are progressing...

The reason for the current seven year wait as you know is that there are quotas and the line is very long in front of you.


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I doubt your priority date will come sooner unless your father becomes a USC then after notification of citizenship, your class will be adjusted from F2B to F1 and then about two years can be removed from the waiting.

If you watch the monthly visa bulletins you can see how fast the priority dates are progressing...

The reason for the current seven year wait as you know is that there are quotas and the line is very long in front of you.

So what that means no matter how fast these dates are moving ahead if my Priority date which 17th August 2009 will come earlier according to Visa Bulleting Page what than, at that time will I be able to know good news from NVC, let suppose that date comes in about 3 years time according to fast pace NVC Bulletin page what should happened than. That's what I am more curious about.

And you are 100% right if my father becomes USC then two years will be less from the waiting time but it doesn't matter than because on a speed these cases are moving ahead it doesn't require to be happened as my father still has another 4.5 Years to get it's Neutralization Certificate and Passport so by than my priority date could've arrived by judging the fast pace of the cases.

Still now what will be the situation can you please clear this up for me highly appreciated your help and kindness.

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the numbers are going fast but not NVC. my PD is current from june2010 but i have not recieved my wife visa number. so you can imagine how fast they are?!!!!

her case was aproved and was sent to NVC in first week of april 2010 now almost 3 months later still waiting for the nvc to asign me the visa number.

mansoor you might not have to wait 7 years like before. i wish it can happen in 2-3 years

my brother is in same boat PD date is august2008 applied by citizen sister. i recived his approvel from USCIS few months ago.

for LPR things are not that easy like for citizens. my case was applied in 1997 and got my green card in 2007 took 10 years. long painfull time.

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Nobody knows how fast the visa numbers will progress.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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So what that means no matter how fast these dates are moving ahead if my Priority date which 17th August 2009 will come earlier according to Visa Bulleting Page what than, at that time will I be able to know good news from NVC, let suppose that date comes in about 3 years time according to fast pace NVC Bulletin page what should happened than. That's what I am more curious about.

And you are 100% right if my father becomes USC then two years will be less from the waiting time but it doesn't matter than because on a speed these cases are moving ahead it doesn't require to be happened as my father still has another 4.5 Years to get it's Neutralization Certificate and Passport so by than my priority date could've arrived by judging the fast pace of the cases.

Still now what will be the situation can you please clear this up for me highly appreciated your help and kindness.

I think your confused. the visa bulletin does not belong to the NVC, the NVC uses the visa bulletin just like any other office. It will depend on how fast the visa bulletin goes. the dates can get stuck or stagnant or move back. That's why it can take many years. The only way it can take less is if your father becomes a USC. for children over 21 of a USC it takes around 6 years of waiting.

Mine took 5 1/2 years of waiting. My USC mom filed for me in 1999, and I was able to have my interview in the US due to the 245i law that came out in 2001, by paying a fine. I'm a unmarried child over 21.

So even if the i130 was approved fast, it will be sent to the NVC, and your case will be filed until the priority date in the visa bulletin becomes burrent, which will take many years of waiting. Nothing will happen to your case until the priority date becomes current.

and by the way, I'm Miss aleful, my name is Alejandra, Alexandra in English, or Alex for short.

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I think your confused. the visa bulletin does not belong to the NVC, the NVC uses the visa bulletin just like any other office. It will depend on how fast the visa bulletin goes. the dates can get stuck or stagnant or move back. That's why it can take many years. The only way it can take less is if your father becomes a USC. for children over 21 of a USC it takes around 6 years of waiting.

Mine took 5 1/2 years of waiting. My USC mom filed for me in 1999, and I was able to have my interview in the US due to the 245i law that came out in 2001, by paying a fine. I'm a unmarried child over 21.

So even if the i130 was approved fast, it will be sent to the NVC, and your case will be filed until the priority date in the visa bulletin becomes burrent, which will take many years of waiting. Nothing will happen to your case until the priority date becomes current.

and by the way, I'm Miss aleful, my name is Alejandra, Alexandra in English, or Alex for short.

Hi how are you hope you are doing fine really appreciated your response actually My Priority date is 17 August 2009 and I know the whole process which you have just told me in ur message but the confusion is that I am stuck in the dates which Visa Bulletins are showing i.e. now dates are moving so fast my question is if this pace of moving dates will gonna impact on my case which is in years 2009 that's what only I want to know, because judging only from dates it will hardly takes 3 years when my priority date will become current and then my process will gonna processed further to local US Embassy that's what I think only according to the dates which Visa Bulletins are showing on their site.

I know that every country and visa category has it's numerical visa limits, quotas defined and they have to give those under those limits and also there are cut out dates method which can be benefited for people in cspa cases and some close priority cases.

So please can you clear my confusion only regarding to the dates fast pace thanks in advance.

Last but not least thanks for your response and sorry for the mistake in your name and gender which I couldn't judge in the first place so forgive me for that if you can Miss Alexandra.

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the numbers are going fast but not NVC. my PD is current from june2010 but i have not recieved my wife visa number. so you can imagine how fast they are?!!!!

her case was aproved and was sent to NVC in first week of april 2010 now almost 3 months later still waiting for the nvc to asign me the visa number.

mansoor you might not have to wait 7 years like before. i wish it can happen in 2-3 years

my brother is in same boat PD date is august2008 applied by citizen sister. i recived his approvel from USCIS few months ago.

for LPR things are not that easy like for citizens. my case was applied in 1997 and got my green card in 2007 took 10 years. long painfull time.

Hi how are you hope you are doing fine thanks for your reply dude well I hope and pray that your wife can be processed instantly and quickly earlier than it was originally expected. Well dude you are right this wait does takes it's toll on the persons who are waiting in the list, so in your brother case it has 4th F4 category whereas mine currently is F2B unless my father gets USC which he will get when the time comes which is still 4.5 years away from now so for now I have to assume that I belong to F2B category and have to see the dates according to these dates.

Can you tell me that when exactly your brothers petition filed earlier, because the long in F4 category is way too long for anybodies likings, and what was your best guess by judging the fast pace moving cases in visa bulletins that how quickly your brother and my cases will be processed?.

Take care brother and good luck in your brothers and wife case I wish them both best of luck and will pray for them to be with you as a family soon. :yes:

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Hi how are you hope you are doing fine thanks for your reply dude well I hope and pray that your wife can be processed instantly and quickly earlier than it was originally expected. Well dude you are right this wait does takes it's toll on the persons who are waiting in the list, so in your brother case it has 4th F4 category whereas mine currently is F2B unless my father gets USC which he will get when the time comes which is still 4.5 years away from now so for now I have to assume that I belong to F2B category and have to see the dates according to these dates.

Can you tell me that when exactly your brothers petition filed earlier, because the long in F4 category is way too long for anybodies likings, and what was your best guess by judging the fast pace moving cases in visa bulletins that how quickly your brother and my cases will be processed?.

Take care brother and good luck in your brothers and wife case I wish them both best of luck and will pray for them to be with you as a family soon. :yes:

Hope this will answer your questions.

When your priority date is about to become current, NVC will going to contact you to start your processing.

Usually, NVC will try to contact you 5-6 months before your priority date becomes current.

They will tell you to prepare and submit all of the required paper works(example are choice of agent,affidavit of support,filing of DS-230 form etc)

Once all of the paper works are completed, they will schedule you for physical and interview.

Take note, NVC will only schedule you for interview if your priority date is current.

Even though all of the paper works are completed but your priority date is not current, NVC cannot schedule you for interview.

For now, F2B category priority date is May 01,2003.

You got a long way to go.

Be happy for now since it is moving fast.

Priority movement is erratic.

Sometimes it is moving fast, sometimes it doesn't move at all and worst it retrogress or moving back as long as 3 years.


My Journey

Oct 21,1997: Priority Date F2B

May 25,2009: POE LAX

Aug 29,2009: Wedding in PI

F2A for Wife and Daughter

I-130 Track

Feb 04,2010: I-130 Sent

Feb 07,2010: I-130 Received by USCIS

Feb 12,2010: NOA1

Aug 13,2010: Case Touched

Aug 14,2010: Case Touched

Aug 19,2010: Case Touched

Aug 30,2010: Case Approved

Sept 2,2010: NOA2 Received

Sept 15,2010:NVC assigned Case No.

Sept 22,2010:Received AOS Fee Bill and DS-3032. Paid AOS fee online.

Oct 05, 2010:Paid IV Fee Bill online.

Oct 25, 2010:Send package IV to NVC

Oct 27, 2010:NVC Received Package IV

Oct 28, 2010:Send AOS to NVC

Nov 01, 2010:NVC received AOS

Nov 22, 2010:Case Complete

Interview Date : July 17,2012. Passed Interview.

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Hope this will answer your questions.

When your priority date is about to become current, NVC will going to contact you to start your processing.

Usually, NVC will try to contact you 5-6 months before your priority date becomes current.

They will tell you to prepare and submit all of the required paper works(example are choice of agent,affidavit of support,filing of DS-230 form etc)

Once all of the paper works are completed, they will schedule you for physical and interview.

Take note, NVC will only schedule you for interview if your priority date is current.

Even though all of the paper works are completed but your priority date is not current, NVC cannot schedule you for interview.

For now, F2B category priority date is May 01,2003.

You got a long way to go.

Be happy for now since it is moving fast.

Priority movement is erratic.

Sometimes it is moving fast, sometimes it doesn't move at all and worst it retrogress or moving back as long as 3 years.

Thanks dear for your reply so from your message I come to this conclusion is that if this pace maintains and my Priority date becomes current let say in next 2 years for example than my process of submitting documents and Interview in the US Embassy will be started and NVC will contact me no matter how quickly the priority dates of mine becomes current. Moreover can you clear me is that quota issue gonna create any problems for me even though my priority date will become current in that case what should be the outcome of my case?.

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Thanks dear for your reply so from your message I come to this conclusion is that if this pace maintains and my Priority date becomes current let say in next 2 years for example than my process of submitting documents and Interview in the US Embassy will be started and NVC will contact me no matter how quickly the priority dates of mine becomes current. Moreover can you clear me is that quota issue gonna create any problems for me even though my priority date will become current in that case what should be the outcome of my case?.

Yes, you are correct.

On your 2nd question, everyone is affected by quota issues on the Family preference category except for spouse and minor child of US citizen.

Just take this simple rule, as long as your priority date is not current, you are not entitled for an interview and visa.

Take all of your worries for the meantime, your time will come.

I myself took 13 years before I had my interview.


My Journey

Oct 21,1997: Priority Date F2B

May 25,2009: POE LAX

Aug 29,2009: Wedding in PI

F2A for Wife and Daughter

I-130 Track

Feb 04,2010: I-130 Sent

Feb 07,2010: I-130 Received by USCIS

Feb 12,2010: NOA1

Aug 13,2010: Case Touched

Aug 14,2010: Case Touched

Aug 19,2010: Case Touched

Aug 30,2010: Case Approved

Sept 2,2010: NOA2 Received

Sept 15,2010:NVC assigned Case No.

Sept 22,2010:Received AOS Fee Bill and DS-3032. Paid AOS fee online.

Oct 05, 2010:Paid IV Fee Bill online.

Oct 25, 2010:Send package IV to NVC

Oct 27, 2010:NVC Received Package IV

Oct 28, 2010:Send AOS to NVC

Nov 01, 2010:NVC received AOS

Nov 22, 2010:Case Complete

Interview Date : July 17,2012. Passed Interview.

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