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Help me put Igor's List in perspective?

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It's clearly a very small percentage of the total number waiting to be processed at the VSC, but just how small a percentage? I'd be especially interested to hear from anyone who already has their NO2; where were you in Igor's List when you got approved?

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It's clearly a very small percentage of the total number waiting to be processed at the VSC, but just how small a percentage? I'd be especially interested to hear from anyone who already has their NO2; where were you in Igor's List when you got approved?

I think we we're at #45. Got our petition approval a day after the 5-month mark (CSC).

One thing you should also remember is that not everyone religiously updates their timelines. It doesn't mean that all those couples ahead of you in the list are still waiting for their approvals.They could have just forgotten or didn't bother to update.

On the other hand, you will also see the list shortening without any actions at all from those ahead in the queue because those past the normal processing time get transferred to another list below.

It might be more useful to look at the timelines of those who do update, if they approximate yours, rather than worry about your place in the list, although it does give a psychological boost to see yourself rising several notches every now and then.

Grace

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I think we we're at #45. Got our petition approval a day after the 5-month mark (CSC).

One thing you should also remember is that not everyone religiously updates their timelines. It doesn't mean that all those couples ahead of you in the list are still waiting for their approvals.They could have just forgotten or didn't bother to update.

On the other hand, you will also see the list shortening without any actions at all from those ahead in the queue because those past the normal processing time get transferred to another list below.

It might be more useful to look at the timelines of those who do update, if they approximate yours, rather than worry about your place in the list, although it does give a psychological boost to see yourself rising several notches every now and then.

Grace

As you can see, I'm not even two months into the process, so it will be a while before I get to see anything more significant change. It'll be about another month before USCIS posts their stats for March, and I'm looking at probably 3 months minimum before they look at my file, so in the meantime I content myself with dropping below #500 on IL. :) Thanks for the reply.

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