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I filed for my spouse in Aug 27 2010 NOA1; file transferred from CSC to TSC; file been sitting in TSC since 11/30/2010; when i call uscis automated system tells me that it will take 180 days from the time since file transferred before decision can be made. that means it would be sometime in May 2011; i thought it would be 5 months before processing is done for I 130. plz advise if someone has gone thru w/my situation; is uscis playing some kind of game? 5 months is all over the netfrom NOA1; transfer file after x number of months and then another 6 months; what is their goal 1 year.....

can someone plz advice; should i cancel this I 130 and file from abroad?? last time when i did w/x spouse it took 3 months for comeplte prcess including visa/POE....

plz someone plz tell me...eachday seems like a nightmare........thanks in advance

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Have patience, there are many people like you transferred to TSC and waiting [including me]. I don't think you would have to wait again 5months after being transferred. There is a thread about that already called "from CSC to TSC" find it and read it, you will find answers to your questions. Good luck!


USCIS journey
07/30/2010 I-130 sent
08/13/2010 NOA1
11/02/2010 Transferred to TSC
01/13/2011 NOA2 (approved in 5 months and 2 days since NOA1)
01/21/2011 Received hard copy of NOA2

USCIS journey completed in 155 days [165 days since priority date]

02/08/2011 TSC shipped approved petition to NVC

NVC journey (after 1 months and 5 days since approval)
02/17/2011 NVC case number assigned & invoice number given
02/18/2011 Emailed DS-3032
02/23/2011 Paid AOS
02/24/2011 DS-3032 accepted, received confirmation email.
02/24/2011 AOS fee marked as PAID
02/25/2011 AOS package sent
02/25/2011 IV fee invoiced and paid
02/28/2011 IV marked as paid, IV package sent
03/15/2011 SIF!!!
03/16/2011 Case complete!
03/25/2011 Interview date assigned
04/11/2011 Medical- DONE!!!!

05/10/2011 Interview - approved!

05/12/2011 Visa received by courier
06/06/2011 POE Dublin
07/05/2011 Welcome letter received
07/25/2011 Received GREEN CARD!

08/01/2011 Social security by mail

11/09/2011 Driver licence in hand! Wooo hooo wink.png

ROC
15/04/2013 ROC docs sent to Vermont

03/05/2013 NOA1 received

05/10/2013 Biometrics letter received

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I filed for my spouse in Aug 27 2010 NOA1; file transferred from CSC to TSC; file been sitting in TSC since 11/30/2010; when i call uscis automated system tells me that it will take 180 days from the time since file transferred before decision can be made. that means it would be sometime in May 2011; i thought it would be 5 months before processing is done for I 130. plz advise if someone has gone thru w/my situation; is uscis playing some kind of game? 5 months is all over the netfrom NOA1; transfer file after x number of months and then another 6 months; what is their goal 1 year.....

can someone plz advice; should i cancel this I 130 and file from abroad?? last time when i did w/x spouse it took 3 months for comeplte prcess including visa/POE....

plz someone plz tell me...eachday seems like a nightmare........thanks in advance

One thing that you may be able to do is schedule an Infopass appt with your local USCIS office. While they may not be able to directly look into your case, they can look at the workstream and the administrative path that it has taken. You can do this online and DONT Have to talk to the drones at USCIS. At least the infopass officer can tell you what's happening. nice thing is that you can do this fairly quickly. depending on where you are and where your nearest local office is, you may be able to get an appt within a week or so.

the whole getting transferred thing seems very funny to me. I would definitely schedule a face to face via the infopass. often times they may be able to tell you things in person that you will not get from the drones or even from a higher level officer on the phone.

best of luck to you - I've been there and it was torture. All I can say is that IT WILL BE OVER. BUT do find out what's going on and dont be in the dark. As I mentioned above, there ARE ways of finding out. :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:


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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