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If no one is doing timelines or is USCIS really this far behind.. I am showing 8 month NAOC2 approval date lol .. It's depressing to keep looking at this even though it means little.....Time to disable Last 2 hours I have lost 43 days. my 5 months ends April 29th and I am way into June

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There are still some June filers here still without a NOA-2 here waiting for approval

8 months behind and 3 months past approval time for national averages.

You have at least until june or july before any approval at least,

maybe longer if it get worse. Your looking at interview at this rate until October

MAYBE if just MAYBE.. Good Luck waiting just like we all have to also.

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Greetings

Yes there is a back log of current filers still waiting for NOA-2 approvals

USCIS has been updating and making Website changes, as needed but TSC

problems are just only a small part of the problem.

Usual National NOA-1 to NOA-2 is 5 months but now they are experiencing 2 to

3 months backup. 180 days they try getting you approved by than but lately

it been 6 or 8 months for some and many others have no ideas when they will be.

The time lines change usually by the 15th of the month at the Service Centers

The waiting process until your touched is about 3 to 4 months than on your first

touch 3 to 5 month later that means they are actively working to start case process.

Nothing usually done the first 3 or 4 months, just your file sitting there doing

nothing than later you will see movement mine was 4 month after NOA-1 before I seen

touches and activity happening.

Good Luck

Nataliya & Ron (F)B-)

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