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National Average Processing Time for I-130, USC spouse

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

The National Average is 7.9 months. Is this really due to Deferred Action applications coming in or is the USCIS just finally updating the system to reflect the real wait times of I-130 petitions, due to backlog?


USCIS I-130 Petition for Spouse

September 2012: Filed from abroad to Chicago Lockbox

4 days later: NOA1, Routed to California Service Center

7 days later: Transferred because of new jurisdiction

5 days later: Case Status changed to: Under processing at USCIS office

NOA2 arrived 78 days after NOA1 :)

*I-130 Approval Notice hardcopy finally received in Pakistan, the only notice that arrived.

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