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I'm obsessing!

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I started to get a bit obsessive somewhere in the middle of the night. I made a spreadsheet to try to track all VSC I-130 petitions that were accepted on the same day as our to see where they are. My question is, do they all go in numeric order or do they jump around with other types of petitions and applications mixed in? Of course, knowing how many others from that day have a decision or RFE ultimately has no bearing on mine at least I have something to do. I'm a numbers person at my day job and at least i can have some real statistics to hold on to. So....does anyone know how I can be sure that I have all VSC I-130s on my list from my day?

If I'm going over the edge, I want to do it completely!

Thanks for your help!


12/08/2011 Married

02/06/2012 I-130 Packet sent via FedEx

02/09/2012 NOA1- case sent to VSC!

07/09/2012 NOA2

07/11/2012 case received at NVC

07/27/2012 NVC case number and IIN received

07/27/2012 DS-3032 sent via email

08/01/2012 AOS bill received via email, paid online

08/01/2012 Beneficiary received DS-3032 form via email

08/02/2012 AOS bill shows paid

08/03/2012 AOS package sent via FedEx

08/03/2012 Email acceptance of DS-3032 from NVC

08/06/2012 IV Bill received

08/06/2012 IV bill paid

08/06/2012 AOS package received

08/07/2012 IV bill shows paid

08/09/2012 IV package sent

08/09/2012 AOS package accepted

08/20/2012 IV package accepted

08/20/2012 NVC Case Complete

09/14/2012 Interview date assigned

09/26/2012 Medical in Barbados

10/01/2012 Interview in Barbados

xx/xx/2012 POE- San Juan, PR

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I've actually looked at this too...and it looks like all applications for every type of visa or authorization go through the same area when they are assigned a case number. they all start with 1290, first number being 1290000001. If you pick random thousands of numbers from there you will find different acceptance dates..the only way to get all of them for your date would be to go one by one and write them down.

I decided it wasn't worth the effort needless to say :P

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