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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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I've had it, I can't take it any more!

Look at E&K's Timeline!

May 1996: Met in Mexico

March 7th, 2006: Sent 129F to NSC

March 9th, 2006: NOA1

June 15th, 2006: Notice of transfer to CSC

June 20th, 2006: Last touch

I want my RFE!!!!!!!!!

March 7th and still no RFE ??? I have read some of this members post and I am SHOCKED! We all need to band together and do something - any suggestions what we could all band together and do?


I-129f Journey:

2006-07-17 I-129F sent to CSC

2006-07-24 NOA1 (received)

2006-10-05 RFE (received)

2006-10-06 RFE (returned to CSC)

2006-10-23 NOA2

2007-01-29 Visa Approved!

2007-02-17 Ceremony in Thailand

2007-02-21 POE LAX - Fiance and her daughter enter the USA together, Easy-Peasy!

2007-03-05 Wedding in USA

AOS Journey:

2007-06-07 AOS for spouse and daughter sent

2007-06-16 NOA's arrive, (issued on the 13th)

2007-07-05 Biometrics

2007-07-13 Received RFE (Mailed on July 3rd)

2007-08-06 Returned RFE

2007-10-16 Interview date

2007-10-27 Green Cards Received!

ROC (I-751) Journey:

2009-07-24 Joint I-751 for spouse and daughter sent

2009-08-03 Received NOA1 dated 7/27/09

2009-08-03 Received Receipt and one year extension for wife

2009-08-03 Received "Verification Of Incusion Of A Dependent" for step-daughter

2009-08-27 Biometrics

2009-11-13 Green Cards Received

Citizenship Journey:

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: France
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I've had it, I can't take it any more!

Look at E&K's Timeline!

May 1996: Met in Mexico

March 7th, 2006: Sent 129F to NSC

March 9th, 2006: NOA1

June 15th, 2006: Notice of transfer to CSC

June 20th, 2006: Last touch

I want my RFE!!!!!!!!!

March 7th and still no RFE ??? I have read some of this members post and I am SHOCKED! We all need to band together and do something - any suggestions what we could all band together and do?

TucsonBill,

A few of us are already working on ways to bring attention to profound problems within the current system USCIS is using. If you're interested, you can contact me about it via PM or email. Oddly, a lot of people say they want to do something, but then don't seem to really budge...

I've been writing letters. I've also been exploring means to get wider media attention. True enough that the more of us that are focusing our efforts, the more people are likely to sit up and take notice.

The current system not only propagates lengthy and unnecessary delays, but charges unnecessary fees and compromises national security. There's nothing good about it. Change has been needed for some time, but while everyone seems to talk alot about it, no one ever does anything. The Ombudsman reports, and the increasing level of frustration they indicate, are proof positive. Unfortunately, that same apathy seems to exist at the customer level. "Just sit and wait. Everyone has to. It'll all be over some day." That's not good enough for me. It shocks me again and again that it seems to be good enough for so many. And as I've said repeatedly now...If you think the petition phase is bad, wait till you see what's coming with AOS...It's gonna get much worse...


January 2004: Met Laurent at the Bibliothèque nationale in Paris

February 2004: We became an actual couple

January 29th, 2006: I left France to return to the United States--AWFUL to say goodbye!

June 2006: Finally convinced Laurent that a K-1 visa would be more time-effective than trying to get an H-1

August 1st, 2006: The K-1 petition is finally in the mail and on its way to Nebraska...WooHoooo!! And yes, I remembered to attach the check! :-)

August 3rd, 2006: USPS online tracking shows that my petition (sent certified) was received at the NSC at 5:05am

August 14th, 2006: NOA1 received USPS!! (I-129F recv'd at CSC: 8/4; NOA date: 8/10; last touched: 8/11)

October 2nd, 2006: I MISTAKENLY thought we had an approval...False alarm...Back to waiting...

October 3rd, 2006: TOUCHED!!

October 4th, 2006: REALLY AND TRULY APPROVED!!! Email notification lists 10/3 as the NOA2 date.

Later that same day: TOUCHED...AGAIN! Hope that means I'm in a cozy box and moving to NVC this week...

October 10th, 2006: Received official NOA2 via snail mail.

October 19th, 2006: Case received at NVC!! AWESOME!!

October 20th, 2006: Case forwarded to Paris!! DHL says two shipments were headed that way. Must be in there somewhere...

October 27th, 2006: Received official receipt letter from NVC via USPS.

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It goes right to my gut. :(

If he isn't getting any help from his Senators, I'd recommend he ask for the help of other Senators, contact his Congressman. It's essential that he type up a request for an inquiry and explain matter of factly what the situation is. He should print out Gary's list and include that as well. The only logical reason I can think of is that his petition was set aside and essentially forgotten...which is inexcusable. I hope he'll at least take those steps or possibly get an immigration attorney.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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I've had it, I can't take it any more!

Look at E&K's Timeline!

May 1996: Met in Mexico

March 7th, 2006: Sent 129F to NSC

March 9th, 2006: NOA1

June 15th, 2006: Notice of transfer to CSC

June 20th, 2006: Last touch

I want my RFE!!!!!!!!!

March 7th and still no RFE ??? I have read some of this members post and I am SHOCKED! We all need to band together and do something - any suggestions what we could all band together and do?

TucsonBill,

A few of us are already working on ways to bring attention to profound problems within the current system USCIS is using. If you're interested, you can contact me about it via PM or email. Oddly, a lot of people say they want to do something, but then don't seem to really budge...

.. snip for brevity ..

Right now I am just trying to focus on E&K 's individual situation - maybe someone here has a good relationship with a senator or congressman that has been helpful and can ask them as a special favor to go an extra mile this one time and make an inquiry for someone outside of thier on constituency. I actually do have a pretty good relationship with Jim Kolbe, but he is retireing this year and everyone knows he's on his way out. I am still willing to try to call Kolbe's office on Monday, and if I can get someone there to do it, E&K would have to call them and fax them a release of information number. If we could have say 10 or 15 other members that would be willing to try to get thier congressman or senator to call on this case, maybe, just maybe, someone at USCIS would sit up and take notice and put this case on the fast-track.

Bill


I-129f Journey:

2006-07-17 I-129F sent to CSC

2006-07-24 NOA1 (received)

2006-10-05 RFE (received)

2006-10-06 RFE (returned to CSC)

2006-10-23 NOA2

2007-01-29 Visa Approved!

2007-02-17 Ceremony in Thailand

2007-02-21 POE LAX - Fiance and her daughter enter the USA together, Easy-Peasy!

2007-03-05 Wedding in USA

AOS Journey:

2007-06-07 AOS for spouse and daughter sent

2007-06-16 NOA's arrive, (issued on the 13th)

2007-07-05 Biometrics

2007-07-13 Received RFE (Mailed on July 3rd)

2007-08-06 Returned RFE

2007-10-16 Interview date

2007-10-27 Green Cards Received!

ROC (I-751) Journey:

2009-07-24 Joint I-751 for spouse and daughter sent

2009-08-03 Received NOA1 dated 7/27/09

2009-08-03 Received Receipt and one year extension for wife

2009-08-03 Received "Verification Of Incusion Of A Dependent" for step-daughter

2009-08-27 Biometrics

2009-11-13 Green Cards Received

Citizenship Journey:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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I've had it, I can't take it any more!

Look at E&K's Timeline!

May 1996: Met in Mexico

March 7th, 2006: Sent 129F to NSC

March 9th, 2006: NOA1

June 15th, 2006: Notice of transfer to CSC

June 20th, 2006: Last touch

I want my RFE!!!!!!!!!

March 7th and still no RFE ??? I have read some of this members post and I am SHOCKED! We all need to band together and do something - any suggestions what we could all band together and do?

Thank you guysl! I really appreaciate your concern (L) We are really not happy with the way our case is being handled, but unfortunately there isn't much left we can do at this time (BTW Steven_and_Jinky, We have also tried asking for help from senators and congressmen from other states (where his parents live) with no success either- thank you for the suggestion though).

Hearing about all the approvals and RFE's being sent in September give us hope since they have to be closer to our case now. I'm not sure we want to think about AOS though :blink:

And the kind words of encouragement from vj members definitely lift our spirits :yes:


May 1996: Met in Mexico
K1
March 7th, 2006: Sent 129F to NSC
March 9th, 2006: NOA1 Day 1
June 15th, 2006: Notice of transfer to CSC
October 3rd, 2006: IMBRA RFE e-mail
October 17th, 2006 CSC e-mail confirming RFE receipt.
October 18th, 2006: NOA2!!!!!!!! 224 days!
October 25th, 2006: NVC received file
November 10th, 2006: Received Packet from CDJ
January 5th, 2007: Visa approved!!!! 302 days!
February 16th, 2007: Civil Ceremony
AOS
February 21st, 2007: Mailed AOS, EAD & AP to Chicago
March 1st, 2007: NOA1 - Day 1
March 26th, 2007: I-485 transferred to CSC - Day 25
March 30th, 2007: Biometrics appointment - Day 29
April 14th, 2007: Big Wedding!!!!
May 8th, 2007: AP Approved - Day 68
May 10th, 2007: EAD Approved- Day 70
September 20th, 2007: SECOND Biometrics appointment - Day 203
December 4th, 2007: AOS approved!!!! 278 days!
December 10th, 2007: Received GC - Day 284
Removal of Conditions
August 31st, 2009: Mailed I-751 to CSC
September 2nd, 2009: NOA1 - Day 1
October 15th, 2009: Biometrics appointment - Day 44
October 26th, 2009: 10 year GC approved!! - Day 55
October 31st, 2009: Received GC - Day 60

NATURALIZATION

May 7th, 2013: Mailed N-400

May 9th, 2013: NOA1 - Day 1

June 10th, 2013: Biometrics Appointment - Day 33

September 5th, 2013: Interview - Day

September 27th, 2013: Oath Ceremony- Day

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hi there

im so sorry about your petition an was wondering have you had any notification that it actually arrived at CSC..i was looking at the timelines and there has been a few after your petition mailing that have been approved this month...it just amazes me when we do this journey legally it takes forever for some people...

keep your head up and ring them every day to find out what is happening make a nuisance of yourself to them..someone in there surely has to be able to tell you something about your petition

take care and keep the faith

kath


REMOVING CONDITIONS

11th Aug 2008 - Mailed I-751 to CSC.

12th Aug 2008 - Application received

14th Aug 2008 - Cheque cashed

18th Aug 2008 - Received NOA-dated the 12th

26th Aug 2008 - Received Biometrics letter

4th Sept 2008 - Biometrics-Detroit-Complete-'Touched'

5th Sept 2008 - 'Touched'

1st Dec 2008 - APPROVED-Card production ordered -112 days

8th Dec 2008 - USCIS mailed approval notice.

8th Dec 2008 - Received my 10 year Greencard in the mail. took 2 days.

Although I have the above date for approval my card actualy states the

2nd December..

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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From just a quick look at the March NOA1's that are still outstanding, most have thier RFE's - of those that dont have thier RFE's - most of those have never posted to VJ at all - I go to find thier posts and the system says there are none. I think maybe 'active' should be re-defined to include those who have actually been participating in the forums. I could only find one other person that did not have thier RFE that is actually participating in the forums here.


I-129f Journey:

2006-07-17 I-129F sent to CSC

2006-07-24 NOA1 (received)

2006-10-05 RFE (received)

2006-10-06 RFE (returned to CSC)

2006-10-23 NOA2

2007-01-29 Visa Approved!

2007-02-17 Ceremony in Thailand

2007-02-21 POE LAX - Fiance and her daughter enter the USA together, Easy-Peasy!

2007-03-05 Wedding in USA

AOS Journey:

2007-06-07 AOS for spouse and daughter sent

2007-06-16 NOA's arrive, (issued on the 13th)

2007-07-05 Biometrics

2007-07-13 Received RFE (Mailed on July 3rd)

2007-08-06 Returned RFE

2007-10-16 Interview date

2007-10-27 Green Cards Received!

ROC (I-751) Journey:

2009-07-24 Joint I-751 for spouse and daughter sent

2009-08-03 Received NOA1 dated 7/27/09

2009-08-03 Received Receipt and one year extension for wife

2009-08-03 Received "Verification Of Incusion Of A Dependent" for step-daughter

2009-08-27 Biometrics

2009-11-13 Green Cards Received

Citizenship Journey:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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Thank you Kath. We are actually waiting on an inquiry that was placed on Sept. 11th after we called to tell them that we had reached the 6th month mark with nothing from them, they said it would take them 30 days to get back to us, oh well. Oh, and we do have our hard copy and e-mails of CSC receipt of our case on June 15th.

We are also waiting on a "congressional inquiry" that will also take 30 days from last week.

Waiting, waiting, waiting.

I think there are at least two more active members from March with no RFE: MrLonely and Iceyspots. They have also contacted their senators with no success so far.


May 1996: Met in Mexico
K1
March 7th, 2006: Sent 129F to NSC
March 9th, 2006: NOA1 Day 1
June 15th, 2006: Notice of transfer to CSC
October 3rd, 2006: IMBRA RFE e-mail
October 17th, 2006 CSC e-mail confirming RFE receipt.
October 18th, 2006: NOA2!!!!!!!! 224 days!
October 25th, 2006: NVC received file
November 10th, 2006: Received Packet from CDJ
January 5th, 2007: Visa approved!!!! 302 days!
February 16th, 2007: Civil Ceremony
AOS
February 21st, 2007: Mailed AOS, EAD & AP to Chicago
March 1st, 2007: NOA1 - Day 1
March 26th, 2007: I-485 transferred to CSC - Day 25
March 30th, 2007: Biometrics appointment - Day 29
April 14th, 2007: Big Wedding!!!!
May 8th, 2007: AP Approved - Day 68
May 10th, 2007: EAD Approved- Day 70
September 20th, 2007: SECOND Biometrics appointment - Day 203
December 4th, 2007: AOS approved!!!! 278 days!
December 10th, 2007: Received GC - Day 284
Removal of Conditions
August 31st, 2009: Mailed I-751 to CSC
September 2nd, 2009: NOA1 - Day 1
October 15th, 2009: Biometrics appointment - Day 44
October 26th, 2009: 10 year GC approved!! - Day 55
October 31st, 2009: Received GC - Day 60

NATURALIZATION

May 7th, 2013: Mailed N-400

May 9th, 2013: NOA1 - Day 1

June 10th, 2013: Biometrics Appointment - Day 33

September 5th, 2013: Interview - Day

September 27th, 2013: Oath Ceremony- Day

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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I've had it, I can't take it any more!

Look at E&K's Timeline!

May 1996: Met in Mexico

March 7th, 2006: Sent 129F to NSC

March 9th, 2006: NOA1

June 15th, 2006: Notice of transfer to CSC

June 20th, 2006: Last touch

I want my RFE!!!!!!!!!

March 7th and still no RFE ??? I have read some of this members post and I am SHOCKED! We all need to band together and do something - any suggestions what we could all band together and do?

Thank you guysl! I really appreaciate your concern (L) We are really not happy with the way our case is being handled, but unfortunately there isn't much left we can do at this time (BTW Steven_and_Jinky, We have also tried asking for help from senators and congressmen from other states (where his parents live) with no success either- thank you for the suggestion though).

Hearing about all the approvals and RFE's being sent in September give us hope since they have to be closer to our case now. I'm not sure we want to think about AOS though :blink:

And the kind words of encouragement from vj members definitely lift our spirits :yes:

Has he consulted an immigration attorney? Last touch was June 20th...hmmmm (that's when the RFE's were mailed off)...

He should call USCIS and if he follows the right prompts he will eventually get a live person. Here's how to do that - listen to the prompts as if you are calling because you have questions regarding a request for evidence. You will get a live person on the phone. Then tell them that you've been waiting for your IMBRA RFE but never received it, wondering if they could resend it. That's not lying - it's just presuming that they should have sent it by now and that perhaps it got lost in the mail. I did that back in August and after calling, my case was touched for the first time. It's worth a try.

Good luck.

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Has he consulted an immigration attorney? Last touch was June 20th...hmmmm (that's when the RFE's were mailed off)...

He should call USCIS and if he follows the right prompts he will eventually get a live person. Here's how to do that - listen to the prompts as if you are calling because you have questions regarding a request for evidence. You will get a live person on the phone. Then tell them that you've been waiting for your IMBRA RFE but never received it, wondering if they could resend it. That's not lying - it's just presuming that they should have sent it by now and that perhaps it got lost in the mail. I did that back in August and after calling, my case was touched for the first time. It's worth a try.

Good luck.

You know, that's something we have not tried yet. I'll ask Keith to give it a try on Monday and see how it goes. A touch would be nice :yes: That would at least mean that our case was not lost!

Thanks for the tip :)

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May 1996: Met in Mexico
K1
March 7th, 2006: Sent 129F to NSC
March 9th, 2006: NOA1 Day 1
June 15th, 2006: Notice of transfer to CSC
October 3rd, 2006: IMBRA RFE e-mail
October 17th, 2006 CSC e-mail confirming RFE receipt.
October 18th, 2006: NOA2!!!!!!!! 224 days!
October 25th, 2006: NVC received file
November 10th, 2006: Received Packet from CDJ
January 5th, 2007: Visa approved!!!! 302 days!
February 16th, 2007: Civil Ceremony
AOS
February 21st, 2007: Mailed AOS, EAD & AP to Chicago
March 1st, 2007: NOA1 - Day 1
March 26th, 2007: I-485 transferred to CSC - Day 25
March 30th, 2007: Biometrics appointment - Day 29
April 14th, 2007: Big Wedding!!!!
May 8th, 2007: AP Approved - Day 68
May 10th, 2007: EAD Approved- Day 70
September 20th, 2007: SECOND Biometrics appointment - Day 203
December 4th, 2007: AOS approved!!!! 278 days!
December 10th, 2007: Received GC - Day 284
Removal of Conditions
August 31st, 2009: Mailed I-751 to CSC
September 2nd, 2009: NOA1 - Day 1
October 15th, 2009: Biometrics appointment - Day 44
October 26th, 2009: 10 year GC approved!! - Day 55
October 31st, 2009: Received GC - Day 60

NATURALIZATION

May 7th, 2013: Mailed N-400

May 9th, 2013: NOA1 - Day 1

June 10th, 2013: Biometrics Appointment - Day 33

September 5th, 2013: Interview - Day

September 27th, 2013: Oath Ceremony- Day

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Getting an RFE is not really a good thing cuz it delays the process from what I can tell from reading others timelines. I never got an RFE and they approved the I-130 petition. I just started the process in July. I had prayed and prayed that I would not get an RFE and I did not. So dont fret over not getting a RFE. o.k.

Lavon (F)


Lavon USA

Othman MOROCCO

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Getting an RFE is not really a good thing cuz it delays the process from what I can tell from reading others timelines. I never got an RFE and they approved the I-130 petition. I just started the process in July. I had prayed and prayed that I would not get an RFE and I did not. So dont fret over not getting a RFE. o.k.

Lavon (F)

In E&K 's situation, an RFE because of IMBRA is mandatory, processing of thier case cannot proceed until they receive it and return it.

Bill


I-129f Journey:

2006-07-17 I-129F sent to CSC

2006-07-24 NOA1 (received)

2006-10-05 RFE (received)

2006-10-06 RFE (returned to CSC)

2006-10-23 NOA2

2007-01-29 Visa Approved!

2007-02-17 Ceremony in Thailand

2007-02-21 POE LAX - Fiance and her daughter enter the USA together, Easy-Peasy!

2007-03-05 Wedding in USA

AOS Journey:

2007-06-07 AOS for spouse and daughter sent

2007-06-16 NOA's arrive, (issued on the 13th)

2007-07-05 Biometrics

2007-07-13 Received RFE (Mailed on July 3rd)

2007-08-06 Returned RFE

2007-10-16 Interview date

2007-10-27 Green Cards Received!

ROC (I-751) Journey:

2009-07-24 Joint I-751 for spouse and daughter sent

2009-08-03 Received NOA1 dated 7/27/09

2009-08-03 Received Receipt and one year extension for wife

2009-08-03 Received "Verification Of Incusion Of A Dependent" for step-daughter

2009-08-27 Biometrics

2009-11-13 Green Cards Received

Citizenship Journey:

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I've had it, I can't take it any more!

Look at E&K's Timeline!

May 1996: Met in Mexico

March 7th, 2006: Sent 129F to NSC

March 9th, 2006: NOA1

June 15th, 2006: Notice of transfer to CSC

June 20th, 2006: Last touch

I want my RFE!!!!!!!!!

March 7th and still no RFE ??? I have read some of this members post and I am SHOCKED! We all need to band together and do something - any suggestions what we could all band together and do?

TucsonBill,

A few of us are already working on ways to bring attention to profound problems within the current system USCIS is using. If you're interested, you can contact me about it via PM or email. Oddly, a lot of people say they want to do something, but then don't seem to really budge...

I've been writing letters. I've also been exploring means to get wider media attention. True enough that the more of us that are focusing our efforts, the more people are likely to sit up and take notice.

The current system not only propagates lengthy and unnecessary delays, but charges unnecessary fees and compromises national security. There's nothing good about it. Change has been needed for some time, but while everyone seems to talk alot about it, no one ever does anything. The Ombudsman reports, and the increasing level of frustration they indicate, are proof positive. Unfortunately, that same apathy seems to exist at the customer level. "Just sit and wait. Everyone has to. It'll all be over some day." That's not good enough for me. It shocks me again and again that it seems to be good enough for so many. And as I've said repeatedly now...If you think the petition phase is bad, wait till you see what's coming with AOS...It's gonna get much worse...

I felt the same when I was going through the process and 150 - 250 days just getting through the NSC and TSC was the norm. I wrote to just about anyone you can think of, including the Pres and VP and got the standard "we will look into the situation" bullcrap letters. We, people petitioning to bring foreign nationals over to the US are a very small minority in the country as a whole and also within the group of people dealing with the USCIS. Petitions have been made before and haven't produced any changes. About the only thing that might work is a lawsuit, but what do you claim is the wrong committed? USCIS doesn't promise to process petitions within a given amount of time. You could state that anyone not serviced by the Vermont service center is not getting equal treatment, then they would just slow down Vermont to match the other service centers.

When Marilyn and I were going through the process, it felt like forever. Looking back, it wasn't as bad as it seemed at the time and also brought us closer together as we endured the wait. You know what they say, "anything worth wide is worth waiting for." Take care, Marilyn and Peter.

AOS isn't worse. Even though you still deal with the same incompetent government workforce, you have your husband or wife there beside you. Marilyn and I had to deal with the wrong middle name on the green card, repeated trips over an hour away each time to get it corrected, but she was with me so it doesn't seem so bad. I have been dealing with government workers for 10 years, not just in the USCIS and let me tell you, things are NOT going to change.

Take care, Marilyn and Peter.

Edited by hotairguy

K-1 Timeline in Profile (our story)

Church wedding Sept 18

NOA1's for AOS/EAD received Sept 20 MSC #

Biometrics completed Nov 5 2004

EAD Approval Dec 29 2004

AOS appointment letter received Feb 3 2005

AOS interview scheduled for March 9 2005

AOS interview mostly fine, just need I-693 supplement filled out by civil surgeon

Spend another $40 for I-693 form, sent to local USCIS office registered mail, arrived March 11 2005

AOS finally approved March 25th 2005

Green card arrives about 10 days later

!!Green card has incorrect middle name!! Thanks USCIS

Travel back to Denver, turn in card and I-90 to correct their mistake.

Application accepted, asked for I-551 stamp, they told me "We don't do stamps anymore"

NOA1 for I-90 received from NSC April 18 2005, fee waived

NSC appears to have stoped processing I-90's

Marilyn needs to travel back to the RP, call Senators office for help with green card or I-551 stamp

Travel back to Denver July 1, 2005 and received I-551 stamp in the passport.

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We definitely wouldn't want to slow down Vermont :no: So lawsuit is out of the question

We kind of figured that after all we've done... the only thing we can do- as much as we hate the idea- is wait. We will try the "lost RFE" tip that Steven_and_Jinky suggested, and see how it goes.

What you said is true though, when you have your love next to you is not so bad, and we will try to spend some more time together while we get the visa. Being able to see each other somewhat frequently is the one thing that has made this endless process bearable :yes:


May 1996: Met in Mexico
K1
March 7th, 2006: Sent 129F to NSC
March 9th, 2006: NOA1 Day 1
June 15th, 2006: Notice of transfer to CSC
October 3rd, 2006: IMBRA RFE e-mail
October 17th, 2006 CSC e-mail confirming RFE receipt.
October 18th, 2006: NOA2!!!!!!!! 224 days!
October 25th, 2006: NVC received file
November 10th, 2006: Received Packet from CDJ
January 5th, 2007: Visa approved!!!! 302 days!
February 16th, 2007: Civil Ceremony
AOS
February 21st, 2007: Mailed AOS, EAD & AP to Chicago
March 1st, 2007: NOA1 - Day 1
March 26th, 2007: I-485 transferred to CSC - Day 25
March 30th, 2007: Biometrics appointment - Day 29
April 14th, 2007: Big Wedding!!!!
May 8th, 2007: AP Approved - Day 68
May 10th, 2007: EAD Approved- Day 70
September 20th, 2007: SECOND Biometrics appointment - Day 203
December 4th, 2007: AOS approved!!!! 278 days!
December 10th, 2007: Received GC - Day 284
Removal of Conditions
August 31st, 2009: Mailed I-751 to CSC
September 2nd, 2009: NOA1 - Day 1
October 15th, 2009: Biometrics appointment - Day 44
October 26th, 2009: 10 year GC approved!! - Day 55
October 31st, 2009: Received GC - Day 60

NATURALIZATION

May 7th, 2013: Mailed N-400

May 9th, 2013: NOA1 - Day 1

June 10th, 2013: Biometrics Appointment - Day 33

September 5th, 2013: Interview - Day

September 27th, 2013: Oath Ceremony- Day

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