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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
Timeline

There were 53 Petitions adjucated last week. For the three week period I've got tracked here there is an average of 47 per week and a total of 141 for the 3 week span from 9/2 to 9/22. The number of petitions approved in March is down 75% from last week, while July Petitions are up over 600%

Clare

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K-1 - Timeline:

08/01/2005 - First met Lisa on the Internet

05/25/2006 - Flew to Guangzhou to meet my Sweetheart

06/21/2006 - Returned to America

07/05/2006 - sent I-129F to Nebraska Service Center

07/07/2006 - Transfered to California Service Center

07/11/2006 - NOA1

07/15/2006 - Touched

07/18/2006 - Check Cleared at Bank.

09/18/2006 - Touched

09/18/2006 - NOA2 Approved

09/19/2006 - Touched

09/21/2006 - NOA2 Received in Mail

09/28/2006 - NVC Received Petition and Assigned Case Number GUZ2006xxxxxx

10/05/2006 - Shipped to Guangzhou

11/20/2006 - Still not in Guangzhou, ya right.

12/29/2006 - Packet 3, sheeesh about time.

02/08/2007 - Packet 4

03/29/2007 - Interview

03/29/2007 - Pink Slip

04/04/2007 - Visa

04/15/2007 - Arriving America. POE Detroit, MI

06/06/2007 - Wedding

10/16/2007 - Green Card

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
Timeline

Why in God's name would this be moved out of the K-1 Forum? It's directly related to the K-1 Visa.

I spent a fair amount of time each week manipulating this data to derive the Trends so I could share. But nobody even comments on the effort or results. I guess the info isn't needed.


K-1 - Timeline:

08/01/2005 - First met Lisa on the Internet

05/25/2006 - Flew to Guangzhou to meet my Sweetheart

06/21/2006 - Returned to America

07/05/2006 - sent I-129F to Nebraska Service Center

07/07/2006 - Transfered to California Service Center

07/11/2006 - NOA1

07/15/2006 - Touched

07/18/2006 - Check Cleared at Bank.

09/18/2006 - Touched

09/18/2006 - NOA2 Approved

09/19/2006 - Touched

09/21/2006 - NOA2 Received in Mail

09/28/2006 - NVC Received Petition and Assigned Case Number GUZ2006xxxxxx

10/05/2006 - Shipped to Guangzhou

11/20/2006 - Still not in Guangzhou, ya right.

12/29/2006 - Packet 3, sheeesh about time.

02/08/2007 - Packet 4

03/29/2007 - Interview

03/29/2007 - Pink Slip

04/04/2007 - Visa

04/15/2007 - Arriving America. POE Detroit, MI

06/06/2007 - Wedding

10/16/2007 - Green Card

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline

I feel the same way. I crunch the numbers. People seem to appreciate it. It relates to various steps along the K1 path. Then the post gets moved, meaning that people can't find it as easily!

:bonk::bonk:

Tom


Thank for for updating your timeline. (My Assistant, then edit/add my timeline.)
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Thanks to both of you for playing with the numbers. I do look forward to seeing the data. I know statistics are funny and what happens here to VJ petitions is not necessarily reflective of what is happing nationally or even to my own petition, but it keeps me occupied and helps me make sense of what is happening.

I couldn't find Tom's analysis posted last night, but finally stumbled across it. Tom- your prediciton for my petition to be approved mid-novemebr still seems to be holding up based on the last info you posted. My VJ timeline estimates moves all over the place but now is at Dec 3- the earliest I have seen it. Hoping its a good sign (without taking REF into the equation).

Kudos to Tom, Clare and Gary for takign the time to look at the big picture and sharing their work with us. :star:


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24 March 2009 I-751 received by USCIS

27 March 2009 Check Cashed

30 March 2009 NOA received

8 April 2009 Biometric notice arrived by mail

24 April 2009 Biometrics scheduled

26 April 2009 Touched

...once again waiting

1 September 2009 (just over 5 months) Approved and card production ordered.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
Timeline

Thank you both. :) For the people who really do care and look and hunt for answers, I for one do appreciate both of your efforts.

Maybe we can start a China Club, as we will all be waiting till after Christmas at the very least (probably closer to Valentines Day) for the Guangzhou express.


August-December 2004---------Together my baby.

June 2005-----------Together again.

November 2005-----Together again.

March 2006---------Together again.

July 2006------------Together again.

October-November 2006-------Together again.

April 28, 2006--------NOA1.

May 2006-------------IMBRA.

May 27, 2006--------Touched.

June 1, 2006---------Touched.

June 2, 2006---------Touched.

June 3, 2006---------Touched.

June 14, 2006-------Touched.

June 15, 2006-------Touched.

June 16, 2006-------Touched.

June 17, 2006-------Touched.

July 3, 2006---------Touched.

July 4, 2006---------Touched.

July 5, 2006---------Touched.

July 18, 2006--------Touched.

July 22, 2006--------Received IMBRA RFE.

July 24, 2006--------RFE returned Next Day Air to CSC.

July 25, 2006--------CSC receives RFE.

August 1, 2006------Touched 3 times.

August 1, 2006------Preliminary processing completed email.

August 2, 2006------Touched.

August 3, 2006------Touched.

August 7, 2006------Touched.

September 7, 2006---Touched.

September 7, 2006---Approved.

September 8, 2006---Touched.

September 11, 2006--Receive NOA2.

October 12, 2006-----Left NVC.

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Thank you both. :) For the people who really do care and look and hunt for answers, I for one do appreciate both of your efforts.

Maybe we can start a China Club, as we will all be waiting till after Christmas at the very least (probably closer to Valentines Day) for the Guangzhou express.

you can also check out A Candle for Love, www.cflgallery.com, dedicated to family based visas for chinese nationals... there are stats there as well.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Russia
Timeline

Thank you both. :) For the people who really do care and look and hunt for answers, I for one do appreciate both of your efforts.

Maybe we can start a China Club, as we will all be waiting till after Christmas at the very least (probably closer to Valentines Day) for the Guangzhou express.

you can also check out A Candle for Love, www.cflgallery.com, dedicated to family based visas for chinese nationals... there are stats there as well.

Tom, Clare and Gary,

I appreciate your numbers also, they keep my hope alive!

I think I'll go watch the end of Shawshank R now.......again!

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