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Is it just me or did things slow wayyy down all of a sudden at NVC? Looking at past history, looks like the norm had been around 9 or 10 days for them to get approval cases from USCIS. But now seems to be soo many people waiting much longer...

Hmmmmm .... maybe I just used up all my patience waiting over 8 months at VSC. :whistle:


8/5/2010 - NOA1

10/3/2010 - Touch

3/2/2011 - Touch, RFE :-(

3/11/2011 - Touch, RFE response Ack

4/13/2011 - Your I-129f was approved in 251 days from your NOA1 date

5/16-17/2011 - Medical

6/1/2011 - Visa Interview at USEM

6/18/2011 - POE (Las Vegas)

9/1/2011 - Marriage!

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9/22/2011 - NOA1

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We got our NOA2 on the 14th and our case was sent to Guangzhou on the 22nd. I tried asking the NVC lady when she thought they would receive it but she wouldn't even give me an estimate. :unsure:

08-07-10 | I129-F Sent

08-17-10 | NOA1 Received

10-03-10 | Touched

02-03-11 | RFE hardcopy received (AWESOME!!)

03-06-11 | RFE response sent overnight

03-14-11 | USCIS received RFE response

04-04-11 | Contacted senator

04-14-11 | NOA2 Received (241 Days from NOA1 or 7 months, 29 days)

04-22-11 | NVC Sent Package to China

05-16-11 | Guangzhou Consulate received Package from NVC

06-05-11 | P4 Received

06-15-11 | Medical Exam

06-16-11 | Handed in documents to consulate

06-17-11 | Interview Passed

06-23-11 | Visa in hand

06-28-11 | Expected Arrival in New York

08-24-11 | Tied the knot

12-15-11 | Biometrics Taken for AOS


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Sometimes USCIS stall, our approved I-129F was at CSC for a month AFTER it was approved. NVC weren't interested as until it's recieved it's not their problem and CSC wouldn't raise a service request until it'd be over due for 90 days. Fortunately our congressman got on the case and it turned up. Once it finally got to NVC it was there about 4 days


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