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Just FYI, USCIS has published the processing volumes and trend for Jan and Feb 2012

http://dashboard.uscis.gov/

They were so behind in the statistics, I thought they had given it up lol.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: France
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Just FYI, USCIS has published the processing volumes and trend for Jan and Feb 2012

http://dashboard.uscis.gov/

They were so behind in the statistics, I thought they had given it up lol.

Does it mean they are actually processing Jan and Feb 2012 K1 Files?


K1 timeline:

I-129F Sent: 01/28/2012

NOA1 Received: 02/06/2012

RFE: 05/16/2012

RFE Reply: 05/25/2012

RFE Response Review: 06/02/2012

NOA2: 06/19/2012

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Stats just show the number received and processed in the months indicated--these aren't necessarily for the month itself.


I-129F Sent : 2012-03-12

I-129F NOA1 : 2012-03-16

I-129F NOA2 : 2012-07-12

Interview : 2012-09-05

Visa delivered: 2012-09-12

Arrived in US: 2012-10-18

Marriage: 2012-12-10

AOS

Sent: 12/17/12

NOA : 12/24/12

Biometrics: 1/15/12

AP Approved: 2/8/12

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Stats just show the number received and processed in the months indicated--these aren't necessarily for the month itself.

Well, I put in Vermont service center for I-130, and I understand receipts are 9,216 and completions are 3,145. I take this as Vermont has completed about 1/3 of the applications for February. I see the all pending at 26,062, I take this as all the prior months applications that still need to be approved, is that correct?

I am assuming they are about 1/2 way through Jan. and 1/3 through Feb.


Married...... 1-20-12

Sent I-130... 1-30-12

NOA1........ 2-1-12

touched...... 2-10-12

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Does it mean they are actually processing Jan and Feb 2012 K1 Files?

I was wondering the same ... Or is it just a forecast?

No, it's a statistic to show how many petitions were received, processed and pending each month. However, it can give fairly accurate forecasts. For example, if the service center received 20,000 petitions once month, but only completes 10,000, it indicateds a backlog building up. If they receive less than they complete, it indicates processing times may get shorter.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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i think they are still counting it by hands versus running a query on their database. and it also seems that they might not have a database to slipstream all those filings.


"Family time is very precious and you should cherish every moment of it."

01/20/12 - I-130 sent to Chicago Lockbox.

01/26/12 - NOA1 received and processing at Vermont.

06/28/12 - NOA2 announced on status check.

06/29/12 - NVC received case learned on 07/2/12.

06/30/12 - Hard copy NOA2 received.

07/09/12 - NVC Casefile Number and IIN Issued.

07/16/12 - Receive and Sent DS-3032 via email.

07/17/12 - Mailed DS-3032 via mail, AOS bill received via email, paid online, Optin email sent.

07/18/12 - Optin accepted and new case number, AOS marked paid, emailed AOS packet.

07/24/12 - Assigned as Agent, IV Fee bill received via email, paid online.

07/25/12 - IV Fee marked paid, emailed IV packet.

07/31/12 - Emailed GZO Supplemental Packet 3.

08/02/12 - Case completed and commenced final review.

08/03/12 - Shipped all copies of forms/letters/documents to my wife - arriving on 8/9/12.

08/06/12 - Case completed final review.

08/09/12 - Appointment letter received via email interview date set 9/6/12.

08/14/12 - Medical exam done.

08/15/12 - Medical exam results all normal.

09/06/12 - Submitted required documents at the embassy and interview set next day at 0730.

09/07/12 - Visa approved, click here for review http://www.visajourney.com/reviews/view-dos-cis-reviews.php?entry=10401 .

09/14/12 - Visa received on hand!

10/07/12 - Arrived at NYC! click here for review http://www.visajourney.com/reviews/view-poe-reviews.php?entry=15293

10/20/12 - Received welcome letter from USCIS.

10/25/12 - Green Card received!

"Nothing is more difficult than the art of maneuvering for advantageous positions." - Sun-Tzu

04/27/13 - Submitted DS-160 online for parent-in-laws and sister-in-law.

05/01/13 - Paid DS-160 or MRV Fee Payments on CGI Stanley.

05/03/13 - Made appointment for 05/16/13 on CGI Stanley.

05/16/13 - Arrived at GUZ and impromptu notice on the front it was closed.

05/30/13 - B2 visa interview passed! Read review here http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/433263-b2-visa-was-approved-for-parentinlaw/ <p>

"Good ideas are not adopted automatically. They must be driven into practice with courageous patience." - ADM Hyman G. Rickover

08/08/14 - Mailed I-175 application.

08/11/14 - I-175 arrived at VSC.

08/18/14 - Received NOA1 with date 08/12/14.

08/27/14 - Received biometrics appointment for 09/09/14.

02/27/15 - GC in production from email notification.

03/02/15 - Received NOA2 with approval dated 02/25/15.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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No, it's a statistic to show how many petitions were received, processed and pending each month. However, it can give fairly accurate forecasts. For example, if the service center received 20,000 petitions once month, but only completes 10,000, it indicateds a backlog building up. If they receive less than they complete, it indicates processing times may get shorter.

But if u put in I-129F, Vermont Service Center and Volume Chart it shows that 2, 129 petitions were received in FEBRUARY and 2,010 completed. So I guess they are almost through Feb? I'm sorry if I still don't get it :D

http://dashboard.uscis.gov/index.cfm?formtype=6&office=6&charttype=2

Edited by Sophie0129

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Stats just show the number received and processed in the months indicated--these aren't necessarily for the month itself.

:thumbs:


K-1
NOA1 Nov 25th 2011
NOA2 May 30th 2012 (not a typo, 187 days no RFE)
Left NVC Jun 18th 2012
Medical Jun 28th 2012
Pkt 3 sent Jul 3rd 2012
Pkt 3 rec Jul 9th 2012 (sent before received)
Pkt 4 rec Jul 30th 2012
Interview Jul 30th 2012 (refused for lack of ongoing relationship evidence)
Approved Oct 5th 2012
Visa delivered Oct 10th 2012
POE JFK-NYC Nov 28th 2012
Married Dec 24th 2012

AOS
Package sent Jan 30th 2013
NOA1 Feb 6th 2013
Biometrics Mar 4th 2013
EAD/AP card in production Apr 5th 2013
EAD/AP card in mail Apr 11th 2013
EAD/AP card arrived Apr 13th 2013
SS card arrived Apr 19th 2013

AOS approved Sept 19th 2013 (no interview)

ROC

Package sent Sept 13th 2015

NOA1 Sept 15th 2015

Extension Letter 1yr Sept 15th 2015

Biometrics Oct 15th 2015

RFE Jul 11th 2016

Infopass 1yr extension Aug 26th 2016

RFE response Sept 30th 2016

Interview Mar 15th 2017


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Good greif I can't believe they took this long. I'm surprised to see that theres almost 2000 january petitions approved though!

Those aren't January petitions, they're any petition approved in January.

But if u put in I-129F, Vermont Service Center and Volume Chart it shows that 2, 129 petitions were received in FEBRUARY and 2,010 completed. So I guess they are almost through Feb? I'm sorry if I still don't get it :Dhttp://dashboard.uscis.gov/index.cfm?formtype=6&office=6&charttype=2

Not necessarily. It doesn't meant they've approved 2,010 February petitions, it means they approved 2,010 petitions in February.

For example. If you filed your petition in October, and it was approved in February, it would be one of those 2,010.

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