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What is the usual time for them to cash check? it was sent to California.


April 1, 2010 - AOS, EAD, AP package sent

April 7, 2010 - Package received

April 14, 2010 - NOA's for AOS, EAD and AP

May 27, 2010 - Biometrics Taken

June 17, 2010 - Interview letter received

July 23, 2010 - Interview date

July 23, 2010 - approved

May 17, 2012 - I751 filed

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I'm wondering that too! We also sent it to California the 15th and I know the package arrived the 18th, but they have not cashed the check, and I really need to get the NOA 1, with the extension of my residency, so I can travel to Ecuador for my son's graduation and be able to get in again :(


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Mine arrived on May 18th also so I guess maybe normal?


April 1, 2010 - AOS, EAD, AP package sent

April 7, 2010 - Package received

April 14, 2010 - NOA's for AOS, EAD and AP

May 27, 2010 - Biometrics Taken

June 17, 2010 - Interview letter received

July 23, 2010 - Interview date

July 23, 2010 - approved

May 17, 2012 - I751 filed

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Have you all joined the May 2012 Filers thread? The NOA1 date is usually very similar to the check cashed date.

Actually, the NOA date is pre-dated a couple of days after you sent in the package but people aren't getting them for at least two weeks. Checks are being cashed around then as well. I called last week and they said to wait 30 days before calling and they couldn't look into it until then.


6/27/2009 Married

10/20/2009 I-130 sent

10/28/2009 NOA1

2/8/2010 NOA2

2/12/2010 NVC received and case number assigned

2/19/2010 Gave NVC email addresses

2/19/2010 AOS/DS3032 generated (not related to giving the emails)

2/21/2010 Emailed DS3032

2/22/2010 Received DS3032 and AOS bill via email

2/23/2010 Paid AOS bill

2/25/2010 AOS bill shows Paid and coversheet printed

3/2/2010 Received IV bill

4/9/2010 Paid IV bill

4/12/2010 IV bill shows Paid and coversheet printed

4/13/2010 Mailed IV packet

4/15/2010 IV packet received and signed for

4/16/2010 AOS packet mailed

4/19/2010 AOS packet received and signed for

4/20/2010 AVR changed and states biographic documents received on 4/17/2010

4/24/2010 AVR notes AOS entered into system on 4/23/2010

4/28/2010 Sign-in fail and NVC operator confirms case complete

5/01/2010 Interview assigned!

6/16/2010 Medical Exam

6/29/2010 Interview Approved!

7/7/2010 Visa in hand!

7/22/2010 POE

ROC

5/15/2012 Mailed in I-751

5/16/2012 Received

6/5/2012 Check cashed

6/6/2012 NOA1 received

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Actually, the NOA date is pre-dated a couple of days after you sent in the package but people aren't getting them for at least two weeks. Checks are being cashed around then as well. I called last week and they said to wait 30 days before calling and they couldn't look into it until then.

As I said, The NOA1 date is usually very similar to the check cashed date, sometimes it is the same day, sometimes it is before, sometimes it is after, it is a very similar date. I didn't say that was when they would receive it, the NOA1 usually arrives 2-3 weeks after they have received it. I don't know what you mean by "pre-dated". :blink:

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As I said, The NOA1 date is usually very similar to the check cashed date, sometimes it is the same day, sometimes it is before, sometimes it is after, it is a very similar date. I didn't say that was when they would receive it, the NOA1 usually arrives 2-3 weeks after they have received it. I don't know what you mean by "pre-dated". :blink:

I mean that the NOA is dated a couple of days after they receive the package but you may not get it for a couple of weeks, hence being a date significantly before you receive it.


6/27/2009 Married

10/20/2009 I-130 sent

10/28/2009 NOA1

2/8/2010 NOA2

2/12/2010 NVC received and case number assigned

2/19/2010 Gave NVC email addresses

2/19/2010 AOS/DS3032 generated (not related to giving the emails)

2/21/2010 Emailed DS3032

2/22/2010 Received DS3032 and AOS bill via email

2/23/2010 Paid AOS bill

2/25/2010 AOS bill shows Paid and coversheet printed

3/2/2010 Received IV bill

4/9/2010 Paid IV bill

4/12/2010 IV bill shows Paid and coversheet printed

4/13/2010 Mailed IV packet

4/15/2010 IV packet received and signed for

4/16/2010 AOS packet mailed

4/19/2010 AOS packet received and signed for

4/20/2010 AVR changed and states biographic documents received on 4/17/2010

4/24/2010 AVR notes AOS entered into system on 4/23/2010

4/28/2010 Sign-in fail and NVC operator confirms case complete

5/01/2010 Interview assigned!

6/16/2010 Medical Exam

6/29/2010 Interview Approved!

7/7/2010 Visa in hand!

7/22/2010 POE

ROC

5/15/2012 Mailed in I-751

5/16/2012 Received

6/5/2012 Check cashed

6/6/2012 NOA1 received

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I mean that the NOA is dated a couple of days after they receive the package but you may not get it for a couple of weeks, hence being a date significantly before you receive it.

That is incorrect. The NOA1 can be dated a couple of days after, it can have the same date as the date the check was cashed or it can have a date before the NOA1, it really depends. As I said before, normally it takes 2-3 weeks to receive your NOA1.

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