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I filed a service request on November 16. Got my NOA1 back on June 8 so the normal waiting time of 5 months was over, hence filing the service request. Today, November 28, I get an email from USCIS saying:

"Our computer systems show that your petition or application is still pending U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services consideration. For future status inquiries of a petition or application filed at this Center, you may want to utilize Case Status Online at www.uscis.gov."

No new information, no update, nothing. They told me the same thing I can see for myself online about my case, that it is still pending. I have been staring at the same status since June 8, over 5 months. Now that the service request I put in didn't do anything, what can I do now? What is my next step? Is there anything more I can do?

Thanks.


VisaJourney Time Line:

K1 Visa

Service Center: Vermont Service Center

Consulate: New Delhi, India

I-129F Sent: 2011-06-07

I-129F NOA1: 2011-06-10

I-129F NOA2: 2011-12-15

NVC Received: 2012-01-10

Packet 3 Recd: 2012-01-23

Packet 3 Sent: 2012-01-24

Packet 4 Sent: 2012-02-24

Medical Exam: 2012-02-24

Interview: 2012-03-12 - Approved!

US Entry: 2012-05-07 - POE Dallas, TX

Marriage: 2012-05-15

6 months, 5 days from NOA1 to NOA2; No RFE's.

Contacted local congressman to help expedite case at VSC for NOA2. (Definitely helped!)

Contact me if you need any info on a K-1 Visa for India, more than happy to help.

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You may want to call the USCIS directly and speak to a representative. Their phone number is 1-800-375-5283.

I am currently waiting on my employment authorization document. Nothing has changed on my case status online either, and yet I am getting notices from them in the mail showing me that my case is moving forward. You cannot always depend on the USCIS' case status update system for anything. I hear they have delays of 30-60 days on updating that thing, if it updates at all.

You can even use INFOPASS on the USCIS' website and schedule an appointment directly with an immigration representative about your case if that would make you feel more comfortable.


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K-1 Visa Timeline
07/15/05: Met for the first time in Ontario, Canada. <3
07/21/10: I-129F sent to Vermont Service Center
07/29/10: I-129F NOA1 received (Approved! biggrin.png)
02/02/11: I-129F NOA2 received (No RFEs biggrin.png)
02/05/11: NVC received
02/09/11: NVC left
02/19/11: Consulate received
03/05/11: Packet 3 received
03/15/11: Packet 3 sent
03/31/11: Packet 4 received
07/26/11: Interview at consulate in Montreal (APPROVED!!)
08/04/11: Visa received
08/07/11: US Entry (from Ottawa to Chicago. No issues at all. biggrin.png)
08/19/11: Married! Finally!

K-1 AOS Timeline
07/15/05: Met for the first time in Ontario, Canada. <3
08/07/11: US Entry (from Ottawa to Chicago. No issues at all. biggrin.png)
08/19/11: Married! Finally!
08/21/11: Courthouse visit to get marriage certificate
08/30/11: Applied for SS card
09/06/11: I-485 and I-785 sent to Chicago Service Center
09/09/11: NOA received for both I-485 and I-785
09/26/11: Received SS card
11/03/11: Biometrics appointment date in Nashville, Tennessee
11/11/11: RFE received for birth certificate
11/15/11: National Benefits Center receives required documentation for RFE
11/25/11: AOS case transferred
12/02/11: EAD (I-785) approved! Yay! Time to work! biggrin.png
12/14/11: EAD card received in the mail. <3
03/09/12: Permanent residency status approved. Card in production!
03/11/12: Permanent resident card in hand. biggrin.png

Please look at timeline for remainder of info!

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Hi,

You can always schedule an INFOPASS appointment online like another post suggested. It seems to me that speaking to someone face to face might be a good approach at this juncture.

Cheers.

I filed a service request on November 16. Got my NOA1 back on June 8 so the normal waiting time of 5 months was over, hence filing the service request. Today, November 28, I get an email from USCIS saying:

"Our computer systems show that your petition or application is still pending U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services consideration. For future status inquiries of a petition or application filed at this Center, you may want to utilize Case Status Online at www.uscis.gov."

No new information, no update, nothing. They told me the same thing I can see for myself online about my case, that it is still pending. I have been staring at the same status since June 8, over 5 months. Now that the service request I put in didn't do anything, what can I do now? What is my next step? Is there anything more I can do?

Thanks.

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Yeah, I did just that. I called USCIS and they told me there is nothing more they can do on their end. I will have to wait an additional 30 days to file another service request. So I ended up scheduling a meeting with a local Immigration Officer for next week. Don't know what more they can do, hopefully something.

Also, I contacted my local congressman about 3 weeks ago, they finally got back to me last week. Told me they should have some update or information on Wednesday.

Hoping something pans out!

All we got is hope, right?


VisaJourney Time Line:

K1 Visa

Service Center: Vermont Service Center

Consulate: New Delhi, India

I-129F Sent: 2011-06-07

I-129F NOA1: 2011-06-10

I-129F NOA2: 2011-12-15

NVC Received: 2012-01-10

Packet 3 Recd: 2012-01-23

Packet 3 Sent: 2012-01-24

Packet 4 Sent: 2012-02-24

Medical Exam: 2012-02-24

Interview: 2012-03-12 - Approved!

US Entry: 2012-05-07 - POE Dallas, TX

Marriage: 2012-05-15

6 months, 5 days from NOA1 to NOA2; No RFE's.

Contacted local congressman to help expedite case at VSC for NOA2. (Definitely helped!)

Contact me if you need any info on a K-1 Visa for India, more than happy to help.

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