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Okay, I requested expeditious processing of my mother's case on April 14. On April 22, I received a letter stating from NVC that my request was accepted and granted by US embassy in Manila. However when I called NVC the rep said it was approved for expedite case but the packet has not left the building yet. I was also told that once an expedite request was granted NVC sends the packet within 24 hrs. It's been almost a week now and the rep just told me the packet was not sent yet. Anyone who experienced this?


I-130 Petition for Mother
August 19, 2010 - Mailed I-130 Petition for Mother
February 11, 2011 - Received email notification that I-130 was APPROVED and NOA2 was mailed 2/10/11 YAY!
April 11, 2011 - CASE COMPLETE!!!
April 25, 2011 - Medical Exam at St. Luke's - PASSED!!!!
May 3, 2011 - Interview - APPROVED!!!!
May 25, 2011 - POE Houston, Texas (Mom, welcome to U.S.A.)
I-130 Petition for Siblings
November 18, 2010 - Filed I-130 for two sisters

September 2014 - Received NOA-2 - Petition Approved

I-130 Mom's Petition for Unmarried Sons
June 24, 2011 - File I-130 for Unmarried Sons over 21
August 2014 - Received NOA2 - Petitions Approved

I-130 Petition for Father

July 2014 - Filed I-130 petition to Dad

September 2014 - NOA-2 - Approved

July 15, 2015 - POE Guam - Dad, welcome to U.S.A.

N-400 Naturalization of Mother

May 2016 - Sent application packet for Mom's naturalization

July 2016 - Biometrics

August 2016 - Interview - PASSED

September 2016 - Oath Ceremony - Mom is now a U.S. Citizen

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Okay, I requested expeditious processing of my mother's case on April 14. On April 22, I received a letter stating from NVC that my request was accepted and granted by US embassy in Manila. However when I called NVC the rep said it was approved for expedite case but the packet has not left the building yet. I was also told that once an expedite request was granted NVC sends the packet within 24 hrs. It's been almost a week now and the rep just told me the packet was not sent yet. Anyone who experienced this?

Documents has been sent to Manila today. YAY


I-130 Petition for Mother
August 19, 2010 - Mailed I-130 Petition for Mother
February 11, 2011 - Received email notification that I-130 was APPROVED and NOA2 was mailed 2/10/11 YAY!
April 11, 2011 - CASE COMPLETE!!!
April 25, 2011 - Medical Exam at St. Luke's - PASSED!!!!
May 3, 2011 - Interview - APPROVED!!!!
May 25, 2011 - POE Houston, Texas (Mom, welcome to U.S.A.)
I-130 Petition for Siblings
November 18, 2010 - Filed I-130 for two sisters

September 2014 - Received NOA-2 - Petition Approved

I-130 Mom's Petition for Unmarried Sons
June 24, 2011 - File I-130 for Unmarried Sons over 21
August 2014 - Received NOA2 - Petitions Approved

I-130 Petition for Father

July 2014 - Filed I-130 petition to Dad

September 2014 - NOA-2 - Approved

July 15, 2015 - POE Guam - Dad, welcome to U.S.A.

N-400 Naturalization of Mother

May 2016 - Sent application packet for Mom's naturalization

July 2016 - Biometrics

August 2016 - Interview - PASSED

September 2016 - Oath Ceremony - Mom is now a U.S. Citizen

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Documents has been sent to Manila today. YAY

Hi, i'm filling I 130 for my mother, I saw your post about the expedite process, is it realy possible to expedite the I 130 process for my mother and if yes then can you please explain i'll be very thankful. Also in the Section C about the relatives all children, do i have to include by self too , and did you include any cover letter with your I 130 form.

thanks-

raaza

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Hi, i'm filling I 130 for my mother, I saw your post about the expedite process, is it realy possible to expedite the I 130 process for my mother and if yes then can you please explain i'll be very thankful. Also in the Section C about the relatives all children, do i have to include by self too , and did you include any cover letter with your I 130 form.

thanks-

raaza

It's the NVC processing and emabssy appointment that I requested an expedite process on. The I-130 process just went thru standard process. They accepted expedite process request based on personal reasons that may cause extreme hardship to the beneficiary or the petitioner. In my case, I had to go home to the Philippines and my leave of absence was already approved at work for May so my mother's interview and visa release must be during first week of May or else I will lose my aloted leave time from work. I had to get notarized letter from my employer to prove that I can only take lave of absence for the month of May. I always include cover letter for anything that I send to USCIS or NVC, it is not required but it makes your communication to them very professional. Hope this helps.


I-130 Petition for Mother
August 19, 2010 - Mailed I-130 Petition for Mother
February 11, 2011 - Received email notification that I-130 was APPROVED and NOA2 was mailed 2/10/11 YAY!
April 11, 2011 - CASE COMPLETE!!!
April 25, 2011 - Medical Exam at St. Luke's - PASSED!!!!
May 3, 2011 - Interview - APPROVED!!!!
May 25, 2011 - POE Houston, Texas (Mom, welcome to U.S.A.)
I-130 Petition for Siblings
November 18, 2010 - Filed I-130 for two sisters

September 2014 - Received NOA-2 - Petition Approved

I-130 Mom's Petition for Unmarried Sons
June 24, 2011 - File I-130 for Unmarried Sons over 21
August 2014 - Received NOA2 - Petitions Approved

I-130 Petition for Father

July 2014 - Filed I-130 petition to Dad

September 2014 - NOA-2 - Approved

July 15, 2015 - POE Guam - Dad, welcome to U.S.A.

N-400 Naturalization of Mother

May 2016 - Sent application packet for Mom's naturalization

July 2016 - Biometrics

August 2016 - Interview - PASSED

September 2016 - Oath Ceremony - Mom is now a U.S. Citizen

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Thankyou- will be in touch if I have further questions.

All the best.

It's the NVC processing and emabssy appointment that I requested an expedite process on. The I-130 process just went thru standard process. They accepted expedite process request based on personal reasons that may cause extreme hardship to the beneficiary or the petitioner. In my case, I had to go home to the Philippines and my leave of absence was already approved at work for May so my mother's interview and visa release must be during first week of May or else I will lose my aloted leave time from work. I had to get notarized letter from my employer to prove that I can only take lave of absence for the month of May. I always include cover letter for anything that I send to USCIS or NVC, it is not required but it makes your communication to them very professional. Hope this helps.

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