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We have 3 cases pending N400, F2A and F3... they need holidays too.. they need time away from work as well... perhaps to visit a family/friend like we have used the long weekends to do..

Sitting around thinking about a holiday or two is lil crazy... usics got you woopped.


Current cut off date F2A - Nov 08, 2016

Brother's Journey (F2A) - PD Dec 30, 2010


Dec 30 2010 - Notice of Action 1 (NOA1)
May 12 2011 - Notice of Action 2 (NOA2)
May 23 2011 - NVC case # Assigned
Nov 17 2011 - COA / I-864 received
Nov 18 2011 - Sent COA
Apr 30 2012 - Pay AOS fee

Oct 15 2012 - Pay IV fee
Oct 25 2012 - Sent AOS/IV Package

Oct 29 2012 - Pkg Delivered
Dec 24 2012 - Case Complete

May 17 2013 - Interview-Approved

July 19 2013 - Enter the USA

"... Answer when you are called..."

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At the rate the Vermont DIsservice Center is moving, there isn't much of a difference anyway.

President's Day will be the same speed as last Tuesday and Wednesday and only 1 petition slower than yesterday (Friday).

When VDC's movement is so slow that it takes time lapse photography to notice any movement at all, President's Day will seem like a normal work day anyway.

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4 day weekends are even worse.

Way to take advantage of a holiday USCIS. As if you weren't slow enough without them.

:hehe:

:lol: I was thinking the same thing. But then I realized it really doesn't make much difference. They can't go much slower than they're going right now.


 

 

 

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The Vermont Disservice Center is so slow that man evolved from monkey in less time.

The Vermont Disservice Center is so slow that there are some petitions from the dinosaurs they still have not yet processed.

The Vermont Disservice Center is so slow that a dead tree sloth could run rings around them.

Hey, what an idea for a game to pass the long weekend: The Vermont Disservice Center is so slow that <FILL IN THE BLANKS>

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We have a saying in russian "If you done your work than you can go and mess around :)"....

Excuse me, yes they need weekend but I its so annoying when guys believe that VJ s small fraction of total amount bla bla bla.... Face it, they were not really working on 1-129f... Why I say so, because its 5 months and no action was observed => there were no action...

I insist they have to stop tricking people with disinformation about processing times.

Happy Holidays to VSC #### management! :whistle:

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09/13/10 - i129f sent to Texas

09/15/10 - received and signed

09/20/10 - Touched

09/23/10 - NOA1 via mail dated 09/15

10/03/10 - Touched

03/24/11 - NOA2!!! email/text on 03/29 (after 190 days)

03/29/11 - NVC received

03/31/11 - NOA2 hardcopy in mail

04/05/11 - MOS # assigned

04/12/11 - NVC left

04/15/11 - Consulate received

06/02/11 - Medical

06/03/11 - Interview (after 261 days) Approved !

06/09/11 - Visa in hand

06/10/11 - POE @ JFK

08/19/11 - Married <3 <3 <3

09/01/11 - AOS sent

09/06/11 - NOA1 for AOS packet

10/03/11 - Biometrics

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Hang in there, buddy! I now exactly how you feel! I feel the same way. On the bright side you have an opportunity for a really long skype talks with your lady! This is what I do.

I wish. First of all, Elena is a teacher of English at a private school, and her busiest two days are the ones when her adult students are off from work, i.e. Saturday and Sunday. Second, President's Day is an unknown holiday there unless you work for an American company or a U.S. Consulate. Third, her internet usage is metered, so Skype is cost prohibitive.

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4 day weekends are even worse.

Way to take advantage of a holiday USCIS. As if you weren't slow enough without them.

:hehe:

I hate weekends and holidays too because it means that government agencies are closed. I, on the other hand, work long hours EVERY weekend while the rest of the world seems to rest.. Grrrr! :wacko:


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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; LOL @ AL!!!!! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: mwuahahahaahaha!!!!!!!!

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AOS
August 31th, 2011: applied for SS#
September 6th: received SS#
September 26th, 2011: AOS sent
September 30th, 2011: NOA1
October 6th, 2011: NOA1 hard copy
October 26th,2011: Biometrics
October 28th, 2011: case transferred to California for faster processing
December 5th, 2011: received EAD/AP card
February 22nd, 2012: Green card in production
February 27th, 2012: GREEN CARD in hand, yaaay!!!




November 10th, 2013: ROC

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