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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
Timeline

This is the reply to my service request for what is going on with my NOA2.

Type of service requested:

-- Outside Normal Processing Times

The status of this service request is:

Your case is currently being adjudicated. You should receive a notice of action* within 45 days.

*A notice of action may be in a form of Approval Notice, Denial Notice, Transfer Notice, and Request for Evidence, Notice of Intent to Deny or Notice of Intent to Revoke.

If you have any further questions, please call the National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283.

Anyone have any heads up as to what this means? I'm not feeling like I know anything more than I knew before I put the service request in.


Married 10-27-2011

I-130 Sent : 11-12-2011

I-130 NOA1 : 11-22-2011

I-130 Approved : 5-25-2012

NVC Received : 6-19-2012

Received NVC Case # : 6-22-2012

Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill : 7-9-2012

Pay I-864 Bill 7-9-2012

Receive I-864 Package : 7-10-2012

Return Completed I-864 :7-10-2012

Receive IV Bill : 7-17-2012

Pay IV Bill : 7-18-2012

Emailed DS-260: 7-22-2012

RFE: 7-30-2012

Sent RFE docs: 7-31-2012

Case Complete 8-7-2012

Interview Date: 9-24-2012

Interview Result : APPROVED!!!!! YEA!!

POE:9/29/2012

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
Timeline

This is the reply to my service request for what is going on with my NOA2.

Type of service requested:

-- Outside Normal Processing Times

The status of this service request is:

Your case is currently being adjudicated. You should receive a notice of action* within 45 days.

*A notice of action may be in a form of Approval Notice, Denial Notice, Transfer Notice, and Request for Evidence, Notice of Intent to Deny or Notice of Intent to Revoke.

If you have any further questions, please call the National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283.

Anyone have any heads up as to what this means? I'm not feeling like I know anything more than I knew before I put the service request in.

Yep, it is saying what you already knew....you gotta hang tough for awhile longer...... :unsure:


Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

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It means: They did a service request as you asked them to look into your case, because you felt it was Outside Normal Processing Times, and after they review your case they found Your case is currently being adjudicated, meaning its still being processed at a normal rate!

I no the feeling, i did this too! :blush:

it's coming, I promise :thumbs: be a little more patient!!

Edited by WrightFamily

USCIS

05/29/2011: Married

08/12/2011: Sent I-130 packet.

08/15/2011: NOA1, Priority Date

02/22/2012: NOA2 - Approved

02/25/2012: NOA2 - Received hard copy in mail

NVC

03/06/2012: NVC received

03/07/2012: NVC Case Number, BIN & IIN Assigned

03/08/2012: DS3032 sent by email (auto response received immediately)

03/13/2012: Re-send DS3032 by email (auto response received immediately)

03/13/2012: Received (2)Email with DS-3032 Kit and AOS Bill instructions

03/14/2012: AOS bill appears as PAID

03/16/2012: Mailed AOS package (I-864)USPS EXPRESS

03/16/2012: DS-3032 Accepted Via Beneficiary Email (Took 8 DAYS from 1st Email)

03/20/2012: IV bill invoiced & paid $404.00

03/21/2012: IV bill Payment reflecting PAID / AOS checklist received

03/30/2012: IV package DS-230 sent via USPS Priority

04/02/2012: IV package Delivered @ 11:55 am w/signature

04/12/2012: Re-Sent DS-230 Part 1 W/Photocopy of receipt from Hong Kong Police Via USPS EXPRESS

04/13/2012: DS-230 Part 1 package Delivered to NVC ATTN:DR @11:52am

04/17/2012: CASE COMPLETE (41 Days @NVC)

04/22/2012: Request Expedite

04/24/2012: Expedite Approved!(2days)

04/25/2012: Case sent to U.S. Consulate General in HONG KONG

Medical / US Consulate / POE:

04/30/2012: U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong received

05/16/2012: Interview Scheduled May 22, 2012

05/22/2012: Interview APPROVED!!!!!!

05/26/2012: Visa in Hand (9 months 11 days from NOA1)

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Sounds to me like it means don't call us and we will send you a letter when we need something or are done. Sounds suspiciously like they just copied the status page on the USCIS web site and changed a word or two.


K1 from the Philippines
Arrival : 2011-09-08
Married : 2011-10-15
AOS
Date Card Received : 2012-07-13
EAD
Date Card Received : 2012-02-04

Sent ROC : 4-1-2014
Noa1 : 4-2-2014
Bio Complete : 4-18-2014
Approved : 6-24-2014

N-400 sent 2-13-2016
Bio Complete 3-14-2016
Interview
Oath Taking

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
Timeline

This is the reply to my service request for what is going on with my NOA2.

Type of service requested:

-- Outside Normal Processing Times

The status of this service request is:

Your case is currently being adjudicated. You should receive a notice of action* within 45 days.

*A notice of action may be in a form of Approval Notice, Denial Notice, Transfer Notice, and Request for Evidence, Notice of Intent to Deny or Notice of Intent to Revoke.

If you have any further questions, please call the National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283.

Anyone have any heads up as to what this means? I'm not feeling like I know anything more than I knew before I put the service request in.

To me it sounds like they are pulling your case out for adjudicating. You may hear soon from them :)

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Just a call centre's lip service. All I hear from them with service requests is"BLAH, BLAH, BLAH" It's all to humor us. Been down that road last year a few times. Sorry but it will happen when it happens. Sigh. I know it is difficult but keep hanging in there.

(F)


Fiance visa

04/28/2011 - I-129F - DENIED

02/18/2012 - I-129F petition filed
02/24/2012 - NOA1
09/04/2012 - NOA2, 193 days

Interview:10/22/2012
POE: 10/26/2012 (245 days)

Removal of Conditions

Filed for ROC - 06/09/2015

NOA1 for ROC - 06/12/2015

Biometrics appointment - 07/17/2015

Approval for ROC - 04/20/2016 (316 days)

Naturalization Process

N-400 Filed 06/10/2016

N-400 NOA1 06/14/2016

N-400 biometrics 06/20/16

N-400 interview 01/23/2017

N-400 Oath ceremony 02/10/2017

Immigration Process took 2116 days.

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guess it's saying "oopss we forgot your case and we are starting to work on it, give us another 45 days" .... i'm having second thoughts now of asking for a service request, it'll give me the same answer... :(


California Service Center

Consulate : Manila, Philippines

Marriage : 2011-11-26

USCIS

2011-12-14 : I-130 Sent

2011-12-16 : I-130 NOA1

2012-06-12 : NOA2 -i don't know why this came later than nvc case #

NVC

2012-06-07 : NVC Received , DS3032, IIN, BIN, AOS invoiced

2012-06-07 : Sent DS3032 email

2012-06-07 : Paid AOS fee

2012-06-08 : AOS shows PAID

2012-06-13 : Sent AOS package to NVC

2012-06-14 : DS3032 acceptance

2012-06-15 : IV fee invoiced, paid, in process status

2012-06-18 : IV fee shows PAID

2012-06-18 : AOS confirmed delivered via USPS in NVC

2012-06-18 : package IV mailed via USPS

2012-06-19 : NVC received package IV

2012-06-26 : AOS accepted

2012-07-02 : checklist for DS230 form (lacking info)

2012-07-03 : checklist mailed to NVC via USPS ( expected delivery 07-05)

2012-07-13 : case completed

2012-07-16 : medical done

2012-09-05 : interview schedule

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guess it's saying "oopss we forgot your case and we are starting to work on it, give us another 45 days" .... i'm having second thoughts now of asking for a service request, it'll give me the same answer... :(

Forgetting your case, or losing it is a legitimate worry...

"The centers together lose an average of 27,000 alien registration files each month, by in-office workers and teleworkers, the IG said. The missing files typically contain personally identifiable information such as Social Security numbers, fingerprints and photographs, the report states.

The IG found that the two service centers with the highest rates of telework participation experienced the highest rates of missing files. The Vermont service center was responsible for 39 percent of the lost files; its telework participation rate was 23 percent. The Texas service center accounted for 32 percent of the lost files, and its telework participation rate was 24 percent.

The Nebraska center accounted for 17 percent of the lost files and had a 17 percent teleworking rate, while the California center was responsible for 12 percent of the lost files and had a 7 percent telework rate, the report states."

This is from an article I found from June of last year...percentages could be higher or lower today...my guess is higher.

http://fcw.com/articles/2011/06/20/uscis-telework-privacy-risks.aspx


11/04/2011 - Married San Diego, Venezuela
12/01/2011 - I-130 Sent to Chicago Lockbox
12/05/2011 - NOA1, Vermont Service Center
06/25/2012 - NOA2 Approval
10/03/2012 - NVC processed IV Application and assigned interview date
11/07/2012 - Interview at US Embassy in Caracas - APPROVED
11/20/2012 - Visa Received
12/17/2012 - Arrival home in Buffalo, NY, PoE = Aruba

Lifting Conditions

09/26/2014 - Filed I-751 - VSC

10/15/2014 - NOA

11/10/2014 - Biometrics at Buffalo, NY Field Office

06/10/2015 - Update to case stating new green card is on order. Approved!

06/16/2015 - Update to case stating new green card was shipped with tracking number

06/18/2015 - New Green card arrived!

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Pakistan
Timeline

This is the reply to my service request for what is going on with my NOA2.

Type of service requested:

-- Outside Normal Processing Times

The status of this service request is:

Your case is currently being adjudicated. You should receive a notice of action* within 45 days.

*A notice of action may be in a form of Approval Notice, Denial Notice, Transfer Notice, and Request for Evidence, Notice of Intent to Deny or Notice of Intent to Revoke.

If you have any further questions, please call the National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283.

Anyone have any heads up as to what this means? I'm not feeling like I know anything more than I knew before I put the service request in.

It means that it is about right time to contact your Congressman because if you don't, you may spend another 45 days of finding yourself checking the USCIS website for your case status multiple times a day.

I hope not, definitely not but if they have lost your case file, you should expect some silly RFE like (Passport Photos, You did not sign the I-130 properly or signed at wrong place). Why? because if they have lost the petition in "working from home" process, they have to come up with some excuse to cover up their blunder.

Enough of reality talk, back to "hope" talk. Do not lose hope and contact your Congressman, tell them that your are being treated irrationally and you have not heard anything from USCIS and that you are beyond their "National Processing Goal".

Good luck to all of us who are stuck with USCIS.


Married: 12/01/2011
USCIS Stage:
I-130 sent: 12/29/2011 NOA1: 01/03/2012 NOA2: 09/24/2012 (Text and website) - 09/28/2012 (In mail) <265 days to approval from NOA1 date>
I-129F sent: 01/14/2012 NOA1: 01/18/2012 NOA2: 09/27/2012 (Withdrawn)
RFE: 08/13/2012 "Proof of Bona Fide marital relationship". (Took them 7 months, 1 week and 4 days to send an RFE).
RFE Responce received by CSC-USCIS on 09/07/2012.
NVC Stage:
NVC Received: 10/09/2012
NVC issued Case #, IIN and BIN: 10/10/2012
IV Package Received at NVC: 12/03/2012

EMBASSY STAGE:
interview March 20, 2013 : results AP (sent in paperwork for co-sponsor received 4-20-2013)

Issued: September 30, 2013

POE: Raleigh-Durham International Airport, NC @ 10-17-2013 (Easy entry, pleasant experience).

Removal of Conditions on Residence:

Filed: August 14, 2015 - VSC

NOA1: 08/19/2015

Date of Decision: 06-03-2013

Letter of Approval received: 06-09-2016

Green Card received: 07-15-2016

Naturlization N-400:

Filed: September 16, 2019

Biometrics: October 9, 2019

Interview: August 24, 2020

Approval: Approved and received Naturalization Certificate same day.

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5mos 10 days of waiting.. guess our i130 is lost by some teleworker at some point..already asked assistance from the senator and congressman,said they're gonna look into it... i guess it's better if they said their gonna help find our lost i130...sigh... no service request yet coz they might send the same email.. but might have to do it since there's no other choice.. aside from waiting of course... :(


California Service Center

Consulate : Manila, Philippines

Marriage : 2011-11-26

USCIS

2011-12-14 : I-130 Sent

2011-12-16 : I-130 NOA1

2012-06-12 : NOA2 -i don't know why this came later than nvc case #

NVC

2012-06-07 : NVC Received , DS3032, IIN, BIN, AOS invoiced

2012-06-07 : Sent DS3032 email

2012-06-07 : Paid AOS fee

2012-06-08 : AOS shows PAID

2012-06-13 : Sent AOS package to NVC

2012-06-14 : DS3032 acceptance

2012-06-15 : IV fee invoiced, paid, in process status

2012-06-18 : IV fee shows PAID

2012-06-18 : AOS confirmed delivered via USPS in NVC

2012-06-18 : package IV mailed via USPS

2012-06-19 : NVC received package IV

2012-06-26 : AOS accepted

2012-07-02 : checklist for DS230 form (lacking info)

2012-07-03 : checklist mailed to NVC via USPS ( expected delivery 07-05)

2012-07-13 : case completed

2012-07-16 : medical done

2012-09-05 : interview schedule

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I am not surprised.

how about a link?

Forgetting your case, or losing it is a legitimate worry...

"The centers together lose an average of 27,000 alien registration files each month, by in-office workers and teleworkers, the IG said. The missing files typically contain personally identifiable information such as Social Security numbers, fingerprints and photographs, the report states.

The IG found that the two service centers with the highest rates of telework participation experienced the highest rates of missing files. The Vermont service center was responsible for 39 percent of the lost files; its telework participation rate was 23 percent. The Texas service center accounted for 32 percent of the lost files, and its telework participation rate was 24 percent.

The Nebraska center accounted for 17 percent of the lost files and had a 17 percent teleworking rate, while the California center was responsible for 12 percent of the lost files and had a 7 percent telework rate, the report states."

This is from an article I found from June of last year...percentages could be higher or lower today...my guess is higher.

http://fcw.com/articles/2011/06/20/uscis-telework-privacy-risks.aspx

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5mos 10 days of waiting.. guess our i130 is lost by some teleworker at some point..already asked assistance from the senator and congressman,said they're gonna look into it... i guess it's better if they said their gonna help find our lost i130...sigh... no service request yet coz they might send the same email.. but might have to do it since there's no other choice.. aside from waiting of course... :(

you got to give it at least 7 months before being so upset...

5 months is the average... some people will get it in 3 and some in 7.

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