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Well here I am one of the fortunate ones who can visit their USC fiancee/fiance. I'm allowed to stay until August 27. I've been looking at the last 15 approvals for Vermont / K1 process and here is just info and stats. It shows country has no influence on time until approval. It DOES prove how an RFE really messes things up.

here are the stats.

Brazil - no RFE - 134 days

Korea - No RFE - 144 days

Philippines - no RFE - 115

Sweden - no RFE - 128 days

Jordan - no RFE - 128 days

Columbia - no RFE - 153 days

Philippines - No RFE - 81 days

Philippines - YES RFE - 298 days

South Africa - no RFE - 145

Jamaica - no RFE - 131

Canada - no RFE - 153

China - no RFE - 129 days

Finland - no RFE - 125 days

United Kingdom - no RFE - 126 days

So taking the RFE case out the average amount of days until NOA2 is 130 days

Pretty darned goo for those I think.

ok so on with my day.

Have a good one everyone

Terri

(F)(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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I did something similar out of interest a few months back, and found no real statistical difference in time depending on country. Keep in mind though that all numbers on VJ will include expedite cases. Some countries may have higher numbers of expedites. The only statistical significance I found was Japan, which had an average NOA1 - NOA2 time of 90 days. My best guess is that because Japan has a very high US military presence (and I would imagine very few FBI "name hits"), a larger than normal portion of petitions are military petitioners, who get expedited.

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I did something similar out of interest a few months back, and found no real statistical difference in time depending on country. Keep in mind though that all numbers on VJ will include expedite cases. Some countries may have higher numbers of expedites. The only statistical significance I found was Japan, which had an average NOA1 - NOA2 time of 90 days. My best guess is that because Japan has a very high US military presence (and I would imagine very few FBI "name hits"), a larger than normal portion of petitions are military petitioners, who get expedited.

thanks for your reply. I love stats and it passes the time. I should really be working in the garden but too chilly today..lol...so a day in front of the IMAC..lol

Terri


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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