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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Honduras
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Posted something in our December filer section, thought I would bring it here to show others.

Tired of sitting and waiting, feeling like nothing is getting done. Here is something I came up with to feel like I am making progess.

Monday we were number 504, today we are number 449. 55 spots in 3 days :)

To check your number:

go to "Immigration timelines"

then to "Processing Status: Igor's List"

Select your service center, leave as unapproved petitions

Scroll down the list until you find your name (probably quickest to find by your noa1 date)

the number is on the left

A few watchouts on this data

the list only updates when a person changes their status

so if a person created an account then never came back they will never go away (do not expect to go to 1)

if a petition is denied it will stay in the list

expect large jumps at the end of a month. The list is one year of data, so at the start of each month, 1 month is removed.

not a science, or even accurate just a way to see a number moving.

Dan

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Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Honduras

I-129F Sent : 2010-12-13

I-129F NOA1 : 2010-12-17

I-129F RFE(s) :

RFE Reply(s) :

I-129F NOA2 : 2011-05-06

Your I-129f was approved in 140 days from your NOA1 date

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Posted something in our December filer section, thought I would bring it here to show others.

Tired of sitting and waiting, feeling like nothing is getting done. Here is something I came up with to feel like I am making progess.

Monday we were number 504, today we are number 449. 55 spots in 3 days :)

To check your number:

go to "Immigration timelines"

then to "Processing Status: Igor's List"

Select your service center, leave as unapproved petitions

Scroll down the list until you find your name (probably quickest to find by your noa1 date)

the number is on the left

A few watchouts on this data

the list only updates when a person changes their status

so if a person created an account then never came back they will never go away (do not expect to go to 1)

if a petition is denied it will stay in the list

expect large jumps at the end of a month. The list is one year of data, so at the start of each month, 1 month is removed.

not a science, or even accurate just a way to see a number moving.

Dan

I guess you can do this or whatever helps you feel as though your case is making progress to keep you from pulling out your hairs!


August 23, 2010 - I-129 F package sent via USPS priority mail with delivery confirmation.

August 30, 2010 - Per Department of Homeland Security (DHS) e-mail, petition received and routed to California Service Center for processing. Check cashed. I-797C Notice of Action by mail (NOA 1) - Received date 08/25/2010. Notice date 08/27/2010.

After 150 days of imposed anxious patience...

January 24, 2011 - Per USCIS website, petition approved and notice mailed.

January 31, 2011 - Approval receipt notice (NOA 2) received by mail. Called NVC, given Santo Domingo case number, and informed that petition was sent same day to consulate.

Called Visa Specialist at the Department of State every day for a case update. Informed of interview date on February, 16 2011. Informed that packet was mailed to fiance on February, 15 2011.

February 21, 2011 - Fiance has not yet received packet. Called 1-877-804-5402 (Visa Information Center of the United States Embassy) to request a duplicate packet in person pick-up at the US consulate in Santo Domingo. Packet can be picked-up by fiance on 02/28.

March 1, 2011 - Medical exam completed at Consultorios de Visa in Santo Domingo.

March 9, 2011 at 6 AM - Interview, approved!

March 18, 2011 - POE together. JFK and O'Hare airports. Legal wedding: May 16, 2011.

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.

-Henry David Thoreau

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