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what do the USCIS dates actually mean?

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when I look at the graphs, for example: USCIS statistics show processing times of average 5-6 months. does this mean for both NOA1, and NOA2?...from start to the time they send it on to the Fiances embassy?

...If I filed and they recieved application in Oct. 2012...its going on 3 months now.....does the 5-6 months mean approval or disapproval for the fiest NOA?.....after 3 months still waiting, can I hope for the NOA2 to still be approved in the same 5-6 month window?

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are you looking at the USCIS website graphs, or the ones in this website?

For USCIS, 5-6 months would mean from the day you get your NOA1 (your date is listed on it) to the time you receive either your NOA2 or an RFE is generally 5 to 6 months.

Keep in mind that the charts told me 5 months for my I-130 petition at Vermont Service Center, and my petition actually took almost 7 months to get my NOA2.

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