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Spoke with CSR yesterday and was told that VCS is currently working on April 4, 2011 petitions. He confirmed that there is a backlog with this date as there were an overwhelming amount of petitions filed. Said to call back October 17th if we had not heard anything on our I-130 petition. Just an FYI for those who are anxiously waiting for their approvals.

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Spoke with CSR yesterday and was told that VCS is currently working on April 4, 2011 petitions. He confirmed that there is a backlog with this date as there were an overwhelming amount of petitions filed. Said to call back October 17th if we had not heard anything on our I-130 petition. Just an FYI for those who are anxiously waiting for their approvals.

Is this for F2A or IR/CR?


My F2A/IR-1 journey:

USCIS:
4 August 2011: I-130 sent (while husband permanent resident)
8 August 2011: Priority date
16 April 2013: NOA2

NVC:

7 May 2013: Case number received, DS-3032 sent

15 May 2013: AOS bill received and paid

16 May 2013: AOS package sent

17 May 2013: DS-3032 accepted

20 May 2013: IV bill received and paid

21 May 2013: IV package sent

11 June 2013: response to IV checklist sent

13 June 2013: Case upgraded to CR1

2 July 2013: Case completed

28 August 2013: Interview - approved!

21 September 2013: POE

18 November 2013: Green card received

My husband's citizenship journey:

8 February 2013: N-400 sent
4 March 2013: Biometrics
24 April 2013: Interview
12 June 2013: Oath ceremony

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It's for the IR/CR April 2012 filers.

Oh bummer. You posted in the LPR forum so I already got my hopes up thinking that the VSC was finally making progress with F2A cases.

Best of luck to you! I am hoping that once the VSC clears the IR/CR backlog they can start working on F2A petitions again.


My F2A/IR-1 journey:

USCIS:
4 August 2011: I-130 sent (while husband permanent resident)
8 August 2011: Priority date
16 April 2013: NOA2

NVC:

7 May 2013: Case number received, DS-3032 sent

15 May 2013: AOS bill received and paid

16 May 2013: AOS package sent

17 May 2013: DS-3032 accepted

20 May 2013: IV bill received and paid

21 May 2013: IV package sent

11 June 2013: response to IV checklist sent

13 June 2013: Case upgraded to CR1

2 July 2013: Case completed

28 August 2013: Interview - approved!

21 September 2013: POE

18 November 2013: Green card received

My husband's citizenship journey:

8 February 2013: N-400 sent
4 March 2013: Biometrics
24 April 2013: Interview
12 June 2013: Oath ceremony

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