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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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hello :)

i was just wondering if calling the USCIS would result in speeding up our case by having it be touched or they would check it or so?! it could seem like a silly question but if that actually would work then yeah that would be neat! and also when we call what would we tell them or ask them?..Thank you for your replies in Advance :)

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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hello :)

i was just wondering if calling the USCIS would result in speeding up our case by having it be touched or they would check it or so?! it could seem like a silly question but if that actually would work then yeah that would be neat! and also when we call what would we tell them or ask them?..Thank you for your replies in Advance :)

No offence to what you asked......but I want to laugh out loud.......HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


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06-08-2021 - AOS fee
06-08-2021 - IV fee
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07-19-2021 - received message from NVC about case can not be processed unless all civil documents are submitted (was missing police clearance)

08-12-2021 - submitted police clearance certificate - which was last document submitted to NVC

11-05-2021 - Case completed at NVC - DQ

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Thailand
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hello :)

i was just wondering if calling the USCIS would result in speeding up our case by having it be touched or they would check it or so?! it could seem like a silly question but if that actually would work then yeah that would be neat! and also when we call what would we tell them or ask them?..Thank you for your replies in Advance :)

The people you talk to are far removed from the actual officers that adjudicate your case. The touches you refer to may mean almost nothing is some instances so you cant rely on that as an indication of yourt case status.

This process has a long history & your case will become part of it. Check to see about cases connected to Egypt & you will see you are in for an extra long journey & class in patience.

It will be neat if you educate yourself so you will know what to tell them or ask when the time comes. Neatness counts.

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No offence to what you asked......but I want to laugh out loud.......HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

What Kruz meant is: No. There is no way to speed the process. The USCIS 1-800 line is useless. Sorry.


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Jul-27-10: Mailed I-129F
Aug-04-10: NOA1
Jan-04-11: Put Service Request in
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ROC

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Jun-18-13: Biometrics Appointment Notice

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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The people you talk to are far removed from the actual officers that adjudicate your case. The touches you refer to may mean almost nothing is some instances so you cant rely on that as an indication of yourt case status.

This process has a long history & your case will become part of it. Check to see about cases connected to Egypt & you will see you are in for an extra long journey & class in patience.

It will be neat if you educate yourself so you will know what to tell them or ask when the time comes. Neatness counts.

i am well educated with the whole process and i do know that some people get approved without any touches while others get approved after being touched a few times,it's just i saw someone's comment about some mid april filers getting their case touched twice and guessing that they might have called,or called a senator or something,so i thought since some think of that maybe they know that it actually does have a chance to work that is why i wondered if it would!

Thanks for your reply and good luck with your journey :)

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Japan
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you cannot expedite the case unless you have some sort of medical/humanitarian reason. like you need their kidney right now or you will die, etc.

you can contact a senator or congressmen and explain why your case is so desperate and special that they should make a call to the immigration sector and try to move it along, but that isn't even very effective i believe.

there is not much you can do, unless you know someone who works in the actual office and looks at documents.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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hey bro . how r u ? hope u r fine ,, in all ways it's depends from case to case , u can't make any diffrence between ur case and other one , coz no rules bro, that is the problem ,and i agree about to try to call senator or congressman , and find out what's goin on ,

Edited by masry00

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: India
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:rofl: Edited by sachinky

03/27/2009: Engaged in Ithaca, New York.
08/17/2009: Wedding in Calcutta, India.
09/29/2009: I-130 NOA1
01/25/2010: I-130 NOA2
03/23/2010: Case completed.
05/12/2010: CR-1 interview at Mumbai, India.
05/20/2010: US Entry, Chicago.
03/01/2012: ROC NOA1.
03/26/2012: Biometrics completed.
12/07/2012: 10 year card production ordered.

09/25/2013: N-400 NOA1

10/16/2013: Biometrics completed

12/03/2013: Interview

12/20/2013: Oath ceremony

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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:rofl:

Real classy, sachinky.

You were a respectable member of this community... until now.


05-??-2007 - met eachother online

07-02-2008 - decided we would be together one day

08-14-2009 - flew out to Egypt to see her

08-20-2009 - we were engaged

02-03-2010 - flew out to Egypt to see my fiance

02-07-2010 - we were married, at last!

08-16-2010 - flew out to Egypt to visit my wife (beach resort!)

--

04-19-2010 - I-130 package sent to Chicago

04-28-2010 - Check cashed

05-01-2010 - NOA1 received (dated for 4/26/2010)

10-19-2010 - I-130 approved!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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No offence to what you asked......but I want to laugh out loud.......HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

It's real easy to laugh behind the safety of your computer monitor, isn't it?

It was an innocent question and did not deserve such a disrespectful response.

Maturity; get some.


05-??-2007 - met eachother online

07-02-2008 - decided we would be together one day

08-14-2009 - flew out to Egypt to see her

08-20-2009 - we were engaged

02-03-2010 - flew out to Egypt to see my fiance

02-07-2010 - we were married, at last!

08-16-2010 - flew out to Egypt to visit my wife (beach resort!)

--

04-19-2010 - I-130 package sent to Chicago

04-28-2010 - Check cashed

05-01-2010 - NOA1 received (dated for 4/26/2010)

10-19-2010 - I-130 approved!

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: India
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I find something funny, I laugh. I find something funny online, I 'laugh' virtually.

You can deem that 'unclassy' -- if you so wish. How you hold me in your esteem, is frankly, none of my concern. I don't troll these forums waiting for your or anyone else's approval, respect or validation. I have enough of that in my 'real life.'

The irony, sheer innocence and naivete in the opening post is outstanding. You'd have to be missing a sense of humor to not acknowledge that.

Edited by sachinky

03/27/2009: Engaged in Ithaca, New York.
08/17/2009: Wedding in Calcutta, India.
09/29/2009: I-130 NOA1
01/25/2010: I-130 NOA2
03/23/2010: Case completed.
05/12/2010: CR-1 interview at Mumbai, India.
05/20/2010: US Entry, Chicago.
03/01/2012: ROC NOA1.
03/26/2012: Biometrics completed.
12/07/2012: 10 year card production ordered.

09/25/2013: N-400 NOA1

10/16/2013: Biometrics completed

12/03/2013: Interview

12/20/2013: Oath ceremony

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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I find something funny, I laugh. I find something funny online, I 'laugh' virtually.

You can deem that 'unclassy' -- if you so wish. How you hold me in your esteem, is frankly, none of my concern. I don't troll these forums waiting for your or anyone else's approval, respect or validation. I have enough of that in my 'real life.'

The irony, sheer innocence and naivete in the opening post is outstanding. You'd have to be missing a sense of humor to not acknowledge that.

I don't care how much irony, innocence, or how much naivety you saw in the opening post .

There was no reason to post what you did and the same goes for kruz.

This entire immigration process is a highly emotional one and sometimes you just want to hear what others think. That is all my wife wanted. I take great offense for the general lack of tact that you displayed, along with kruz.

Anonymity is such a wonderful thing when you're the keyboard warrior , sitting behind your monitor, and feeling no repercussions for your actions, isn't it?

People have feelings. Tact; learn it.


05-??-2007 - met eachother online

07-02-2008 - decided we would be together one day

08-14-2009 - flew out to Egypt to see her

08-20-2009 - we were engaged

02-03-2010 - flew out to Egypt to see my fiance

02-07-2010 - we were married, at last!

08-16-2010 - flew out to Egypt to visit my wife (beach resort!)

--

04-19-2010 - I-130 package sent to Chicago

04-28-2010 - Check cashed

05-01-2010 - NOA1 received (dated for 4/26/2010)

10-19-2010 - I-130 approved!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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I find something funny, I laugh. I find something funny online, I 'laugh' virtually.

You can deem that 'unclassy' -- if you so wish. How you hold me in your esteem, is frankly, none of my concern. I don't troll these forums waiting for your or anyone else's approval, respect or validation. I have enough of that in my 'real life.'

The irony, sheer innocence and naivete in the opening post is outstanding. You'd have to be missing a sense of humor to not acknowledge that.

FULLY AGREE......NO BARS ... ON LAUGHING....IF HE IS INFRONT OF ME......I WOULD LAUGH AT FIRST BUT THAN DEFINATELY GIVE ADVISE......and the same goes here....

Krazykokides.:

WHERE IS YOUR COMMENT TO HIM.....YOU DIDN'T EVEN COMMENT ANYTHING.....LOL seems like you are more concentrated on reviewing other's comments........Mr. judge....we are here to help and share knowledge .. with all due respect....but making a joke with fellow is not so rude as you think........

Oh simply it's a country hood, brother hood sympathy.......i get it...never mind... :rofl:

Edited by kruz_patz

Atlanta, GA (MM-DD-YYYY)
I-130 (IR-1) TIMELINE [MUMBAI CONSULATE]
07-02-2020 - I-130 SENT
06-01-2021 - APPROVED

NVC
06-06-2021 - Recevied NVC case no. - case entered into nvc's system

06-08-2021 - AOS fee
06-08-2021 - IV fee
07-05-2021 - IV & AOS documents submitted online

07-19-2021 - received message from NVC about case can not be processed unless all civil documents are submitted (was missing police clearance)

08-12-2021 - submitted police clearance certificate - which was last document submitted to NVC

11-05-2021 - Case completed at NVC - DQ

03-31-2022 - Interview letter received

04-28-2022 - Interview date at mumbai embassy

 

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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i am well educated with the whole process and i do know that some people get approved without any touches while others get approved after being touched a few times,it's just i saw someone's comment about some mid april filers getting their case touched twice and guessing that they might have called,or called a senator or something,so i thought since some think of that maybe they know that it actually does have a chance to work that is why i wondered if it would!

Thanks for your reply and good luck with your journey :)

The mid april filer actually called in to change their address thus resulting in a touch. I did that too early in my journey (2 months ago) and got touched twice. Doesn't mean anything. :(


NVC

10/04/2010: Case# received, Both email id provided

10/05/2010: DS-3032 COA emailed to NVC

10/11/2010: IIN received

10/11/2010: AOS review fee ($88) online payment - IN PROCESS

10/14/2010: AOS status 'PAID'

10/16/2010: DS-230 IV fee ($404) online payment - IN PROCESS

10/19/2010: DS-230 IV status 'PAID'

10/20/2010: AOS & DS-230 IV package sent

10/22/2010: AOS & DS-230 IV package delivered. Signed by: J Desmond.

11/10/2010: SIF!!!

11/14/2010: received checklist for missing passport office PCC.

11/10/2010: NVC Completion

12/09/2010: NVC Forwards Case to Consulate

CONSULATE

11/22/2010: Passport Office PCC to be in hand

12/22/2010: Medical Completed

12/28/2011: VFS Office Visit - Submit all required documents

01/10/2011: Interview Date - APPROVED

j1/11/2011: Passport arrived at home.

01/25/2011: Wife Comes to USA (POE: Newark, NJ)

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