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F2A prediction for 2011 and 2012

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
Timeline

I have predicted 2011 and 2012 for my file and my PD is May 2011

January 2011 - 1 Jan 2008

February- 1 Jan 2008

March- 1 jan 2007

April- 1 april 2007

May- 8 June 2007

June- 22 aug 2007

July- 22 march 2008

August - 22 June 2008

Sepember- 22 sep 2008

October - 1 Jan 2009 

Nov - 22april 2009

Dec- 8 July 2009

Jan 12 - 15 OCt 2009

Feb - 22 Jan 2010 

March - April 2010

April - aug 2010 

May - dec 2010

June - march 2011 

July -may........5 2011......

Any opinion

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I have predicted 2011 and 2012 for my file and my PD is May 2011

January 2011 - 1 Jan 2008

February- 1 Jan 2008

March- 1 jan 2007

April- 1 april 2007

May- 8 June 2007

June- 22 aug 2007

July- 22 march 2008

August - 22 June 2008

Sepember- 22 sep 2008

October - 1 Jan 2009 

Nov - 22april 2009

Dec- 8 July 2009

Jan 12 - 15 OCt 2009

Feb - 22 Jan 2010 

March - April 2010

April - aug 2010 

May - dec 2010

June - march 2011 

July -may........5 2011......

Any opinion

Before predicting the future, try Fixing the dates of the past VB.


PD: 30 DEC 2008

CC: 12 DEC 2010

Interview: 04 OCT 2011: Approved

POE: 15 OCT 2011 JFK

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline

:dance:

I have predicted 2011 and 2012 for my file and my PD is May 2011

January 2011 - 1 Jan 2008

February- 1 Jan 2008

March- 1 jan 2007

April- 1 april 2007

May- 8 June 2007

June- 22 aug 2007

July- 22 march 2008

August - 22 June 2008

Sepember- 22 sep 2008

October - 1 Jan 2009 

Nov - 22april 2009

Dec- 8 July 2009

Jan 12 - 15 OCt 2009

Feb - 22 Jan 2010 

March - April 2010

April - aug 2010 

May - dec 2010

June - march 2011 

July -may........5 2011......

Any opinion

:dance: nice i like ur list :)

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Dear Sir/Madam:

Your inquiry has been received at the National Visa Center (NVC).

Please forward your inquiry regarding the length of time to become a US Citizen to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) at the number (800) 375-5283 or visit their web site for additional information at www.uscis.gov.

The applicant's name has been placed on the list of documentarily qualified cases awaiting the availability of visa numbers under the numerical limitations prescribed by statute. The designated representative of this case (applicant, petitioner, or attorney) will be notified of an appointment date as soon as the numbers have been received. The applicant should NOT make any travel arrangements, sell property, or give up employment until the US Embassy or Consulate General has issued a visa.

An immigrant visa is usually valid for six months from the date it is issued. It may be used to apply for admission into the United States any time during its validity.

Please be advised that we schedule interview appointments based on the capacity of the respective U.S. Embassy/Consulate General. We are unable to predict when an interview will be scheduled.

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