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CSC K-1 NOA-2 timing

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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I am frustrated and confused. I know that VJ just has a sample of the total petitions, and all, but today shows 10/10 NOA2s being processed. The time for CSC has gone down sharply to 137 days. That's great! Except, has anyone other than us October filers noticed that the dates are going down because the approvals are coming in on January and February NOA1 filers? Someone talk me down. I want to be happy for them, but I am going nowhere on Igor's list, nor are my 10/1+ UK buddies. They should be scheduling at Knightsbridge by now. What's going on? Talk me down senior members. :crying:

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Igor's list is confusing me too. I don't see October 2010 K1 filers being approved. I don't see the list growing. It's still the same 3 couples there. What's happening?

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10-12-2010 NOA1 date

10-15-2010 Touch

03-14-2011 Touch

03-14-2011 NOA2 date (153 days after NOA1)

03-23-2011 Received by NVC

04-05-2011 Called NVC today and they are still processing our papers.

04-07-2011 Left NVC

04-13-2011 Received by USEM

04-25-2011 Medical 1st day

04-27-2011 Medical 2nd day (K1&K2 passed.) THANK GOD.

05-06-2011 Interview(Got 221g for Taiwan Police Clearance and to have another interview.)

06-02-2011 USEM received documents for 221g

06-07-2011 USEM emailed that we are in further review.

06-27-2011 USEM called and asked to submit my son's baptismal certificate, school report card, travel documents from the bureau of immigration of me, my fiance and my son's biofather, and snail mail between me and my fiance.

08-02-2011 submitted additional requirements and 2nd interview.

08-16-2011 USEM emailed and asked for my passport and police clearance.

08-17-2011 USEM emailed and said they have found our passports and my Taiwan police clearance.

08-23-2011 Visa approval. THANK GOD FOR THIS ANSWERED PRAYER.

08-25-2011 Visa in transit according to 2Go.

08-26-2011 CFO seminar

08-26-2011 Visa in hand. THANK YOU LORD GOD FOR THESE BLESSINGS. Praying now to be with my honey on his birthday.

08-31-2011 CFO sticker

09-04-2011 POE: LAX

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I have two thoughts on the issue:

1. Someone just grabbed one wrong box of cases (really, the cases you see in late Jan/Early Feb are clumped pretty close together).

2. They are seeing themselves get close to the 5-month 'average' and want to tweek their numbers. By approving a few recent petitions, they can let other petitions wait longer and still be meeting a 5-month average.

I don't think we can ever really know for sure.


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K-1 Visa/ AOS Timeline:
(Detailed info on our timeline can be found here: About us)

ROC Timeline:

02/10/2014 - ROC Sent.

02/12/2014 - NOA1 Date.

03/11/2014 - Biometrics Date.

05/28/2014 - Card Production.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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I agree with Twocats its probably one or the other but they could be on a bonus if they keep the yearly figures to or under 5 months you never know!!!. I'll just wait for my 5 months to be up then start harrasing them.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I'm with you on this: I am happy for the folks with 2-3 month approvals, BUT what is going on here? As a former federal employee, I can assure you there are NO bonus $ at stake for team performance (at least not in Dept. of Veteran's Affairs where I worked).

I have no problem waiting my turn for 5 months for a chore that likley takes 15-30 minutes for most cases, but when others are processed ahead of time, that seems unfair. Yah, I know "life isn't fair". Just sayin'... :wacko:


October 28, 2010 Mailed I-129F

November 1, 2010 NOA1

February 11, 2011 Touched!

February 18, 2011 Touched again!

March 14, 2011 Touched yet again!

March 28, 2011 NOA2 :) 147 days email & text

April 01, 2011 NOA2 harcopy received

April 04, 2011 package received @ NVC (got NVC case number)

April 06, 2011 Package sent to US Consulate in Vancouver, BC

April 08, 2011 Package received at US Consulate in Vancouver, BC

April 15, 2011 received Package 3 via email

April 15, 2011 Returned Package 3 checklist, DS230, and 156K

April 18, 2011 Interview scheduled for May 5th, 2011

May 04, 2011 Medical @ Woking Clinic: passed

May 05, 2011 Interview @ US Consulate Vancouver: Approved!!

May 12, 2011 Visa received!

May 14, 2011 POE Calgary, then HOME to St. Louis!

May 19, 2011 Now Mr. and Mrs! :)

May 24, 2011 Mailed AOS to Chicago Lockbox

May 25, 2011 AOS rec'd per FEDEX

June 3, 2011 AOS rec'd per USCIS text, I-797 to follow

June 8, 2011 AOS & EAD NOA1 Rec'd hardcopy

June 9, 2011 Biometrics appointment ltr for 6/22 rec'd

June 22, 2011 Biometrics completed

July 22, 2011 AOS Transferred to CSC

July 28, 2011 EAD Approved

Sept. 20, 2011 RFE for medical

Oct. 4, 2011 Mailed RFE back USPS Priority Mail

Oct. 6, 2011 RFE received by USCIS

Oct. 24, 2011 Received "approved" update on USCIS Website :)

Oct. 28, 2011 Received "welcome letter" and "Green Card" on the same day!

One year exactly from filing I-129F to Green Card!

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Our NOA1 date is October 2nd and it is frustrating to see no movement at the moment. I know that Monday was a holiday for government workers, but why has so little changed this week? I was excited when a number of couples with September 27th/28th dates were approved, but why is it taking them so long to move on to October? I would be happy if I were the January/February couples, but it is only pushing other people's times out further who filed further back...sigh...


Engaged: 2010-04-05
I-129F Sent: 2010-09-28
I-129F NOA1: 2010-10-02
I-129F NOA2: 2011-03-07
Interview Date: 2011-05-06
US Entry: 2011-06-27
Marriage: 2011-07-09
AOS, EAD, AP Filed: 2011-08-18
AOS, EAD, AP NOA: 2011-08-24

N-400 Filed: 2016-01-19

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I have two thoughts on the issue:

1. Someone just grabbed one wrong box of cases (really, the cases you see in late Jan/Early Feb are clumped pretty close together).

2. They are seeing themselves get close to the 5-month 'average' and want to tweek their numbers. By approving a few recent petitions, they can let other petitions wait longer and still be meeting a 5-month average.

I don't think we can ever really know for sure.

Or they may have hired new employees and grabbed a random box to use for training purposes! :)


Spoiler

 

07/20/2011-------I-485 and I-765 Sent
07/26/2011-------NOA1 received via email
08/05/2011-------RFE Notification via email and text
08/11/2011-------RFE Hardcopy in mail
08/12/2011-------RFE Sent back
08/15/2011-------RFE Received at USCIS
08/24/2011-------Biometrics Appointment
09/06/2011-------Notice of Interview! (via text)
09/15/2011-------EAD Approved Notification via text
10/06/2011-------Adjustment of Status Interview - APPROVED!!!

11/08/2011-------Green Card Received!!

07/09/2013-------Lifting Conditions Filed

07/12/2013-------NOA received

10/01/2013-------Approval Date

10/15/2013-------Ten Year Green Card Received! Finally!

 

 

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Latvia
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October is not moving up because september is still in process.... LOL... the ones Im following.... looks like they are at the end of august only..... so if i add a month to my time... ide say its 6 month processing time.....


“I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.” Jimmy Dean

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