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hello evryone how you doing all of you ???? well i am a new user on this site and i have been adviced by some friends of mine that this site is a great place to join for further informations for the k1 in which alot of people in here are still in process and some are more experienced and would help alot and guide as well if needed.

well my situation is i filed my petition on november 14 2011 and from taht time until now i didnt recieve any approval notice which i asked for a request service last time and i am still until now not hearing anything about my petition and after seeking for a while on this site today i found some people got to talk with an immigration officer and got approved and some got approved faster and so on so i am wondering how this process runs with the california service center because this kind of processing for me is so complicated which please guys if anyone in here have any informations about what can i do in this case to push them to approve the petition please feel free to tell me. thank you so much guys :)

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: Japan

it's hard to estimate your processing time as it depends on your circumstances.

(if your petitioner is an government officer and you don't have children, your petition would be processed faster)

what is your current case status?

Is there any possibility your petitioner missed a RFE?

the best way is to ask a professional immigration attorney about your circumstance.

K1 Journey (08/24/2011 ~ 01/20/2012 = 150 days)

08/24/2011 -- K1 petition sent out

08/30/2011 -- NOA1 (e-notice)

11/02/2011 -- NOA2 (e-notice)

11/21/2011 -- NVC left (letter)

11/21/2011 -- Requested provisional case number

11/26/2011 -- Packet3 received w/provisional case#

11/30/2011 -- Packet3 sent back

12/13/2011 -- Interview appointment (email)

01/11/2012 -- Medical examination

01/17/2012 -- Interview @ Tokyo Embassy

01/20/2012 -- Visa received

AOS Journey (04/27/2012 ~ 10/19/2012 = 176 days)

04/27/2012 -- AOS, EAD, AP petition sent out

05/07/2012 -- NOA1 for AOS, EAD, AP (e-notice)

06/05/2012 -- Biometrics

07/03/2012 -- NOA2 for AP (e-notice)

07/10/2012 -- NOA2 for EAD (e-notice)

07/14/2012 -- EAD/AP combo card received

08/15/2012 -- Interview scheduled (e-notice)

09/17/2012 -- Interview @ Los Angeles (no decision due to loss of my medical report)

10/11/2012 -- Card production (e-notice)

10/19/2012 -- GC received

ROC Journey (07/21/2014 ~ 11/04/2014 = 113 days)

07/21/2014 -- ROC petition sent out (California Service Center)

07/25/2014 -- NOA1 (letter)

08/20/2014 -- Biometrics

11/04/2014 -- Card production (e-notice)

11/10/2014 -- GC received

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