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USCIS to Process Many I-130 Petitions

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Filed: IR-5 Country: India

The USCIS plans to adjudicate more than 500,000 pending I-130 petitions by the end of calendar year 2010. Thus, individuals who have filed these cases, many of them years earlier, may now need to ensure that their current addresses are in the system. They should watch for any mail regarding the case and track down their old paperwork.

More Good news for F2A


I-130 Timeline for brother-in-law (Mother-in-law applied it)

11/23/13- Received NOA1 (VSC)

8/13/2019- Touched (Needs a verification document)

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