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What's with the 15 days approval a day??
Can't it be 100 approval a day??
There are so many applicants and 15 a day is just not enough..
I keep looking at Igor's list and it seems like there are more and more applicants.
They need to do something about this. I want to be with my fiancé very soon since he might get deployed in 2014. And a couple of months to be together is just not enough.
:( sigh.....

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Only 15 a day in GLOBAL? Or certain countries?


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Not really overall. Just the result here in Igor List. It's kinda frustrating to see that they only approved 15 a day out of all the people registered here in Vj.

It's been over 20 a day recently for I-129F petitions, which is unusually/absurdly fast. VJ members only represent about 5-10% of all applicants per visa class, remember. Just a few weeks ago, we had 0 approvals per day for many many days (less approvals per month January-March than per day for the last week). At this rate, I've calculated that December should be roughly finished up in about 2.6 weeks, which means CSC will be operating within their 5 month timeframe again. If the current rate continues, of course.

Once the backlog is clear, CSC approvals will most likely drop again to a steady rate to keep in line with the 5 month goal.


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It's been over 20 a day recently for I-129F petitions, which is unusually/absurdly fast. VJ members only represent about 5-10% of all applicants per visa class, remember. Just a few weeks ago, we had 0 approvals per day for many many days (less approvals per month January-March than per day for the last week). At this rate, I've calculated that December should be roughly finished up in about 2.6 weeks, which means CSC will be operating within their 5 month timeframe again. If the current rate continues, of course.

Once the backlog is clear, CSC approvals will most likely drop again to a steady rate to keep in line with the 5 month goal.

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Whereas Vermont are slowing down and we're getting further and further from the 5 month processing time by the day! At this rate they'll be processing at 7 months within weeks!


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There were around 15 approvals for VSC for the WHOLE week last week. There are roughly 200 unapproved petitions on VJ for Oct and Nov for VSC. It does not take much to realize at around 60 approvals a month, VSC will not get to December filers for another 3.3 months. That makes it August for December 2012 filers approvals at this rate (which has been going on for more than one week for VSC). Now, CSC will be working on January Filers very soon if you look at their numbers, after all, they have approved a large number of November and December and they will clear this lot within a few weeks. Well within the five month wait if you agree with the "zero" first month.

Before people attack me for comparing the two centers, take a look at some old threads that are titled "CSC vs VSC" or somewhere along those lines when CSC had their temporary slowdown. My point is we have to be able to use another center's numbers as a measuring stick, if it is possible to churn out 20-30+ a day, then why not churn out 1/2 or even a third of this for the other center? 2-5 or even "zero" approvals for the day is just creating a backlog that is growing fast for VSC.

We have been told at VSC that we can expect a five month wait...but the math argues otherwise. I count a roughly 9 month wait for VSC filers at their current wait time, and as I said, this slowdown, "crawl" has been current for more than just a week or two.


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It's been over 20 a day recently for I-129F petitions, which is unusually/absurdly fast. VJ members only represent about 5-10% of all applicants per visa class, remember. Just a few weeks ago, we had 0 approvals per day for many many days (less approvals per month January-March than per day for the last week). At this rate, I've calculated that December should be roughly finished up in about 2.6 weeks, which means CSC will be operating within their 5 month timeframe again. If the current rate continues, of course.

Once the backlog is clear, CSC approvals will most likely drop again to a steady rate to keep in line with the 5 month goal.

This is an AWESOME post! Thank you... I just want to check... do you "optimistically by the numbers" think that November AND December will be done in 2.6 weeks?? By the numbers??? Any thoughts?

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I don't think you realise the ####### CSC put filers through. Imagine filing in JULY 2012, and then, 8 months later, seeing NOV and DEC 2012 getting approved like mad... (applications 4-5 months AFTER YOU FILED). I'd rather be with a slow but predictable (first come, first served) filing centre, than one that is completely random and just ignores 3-4 months worth of I-129F applications just so they can whip their average back up to 5 months as fast as possible... Just saying...

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we filed our petition in September,got our NOA1 on 19/092012,then from that time till now we've heard nothing this coming month on the 29th it will 8months and still waiting,its devastating,our case status when we check it online its still on `initial review` stage.......

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It's been over 20 a day recently for I-129F petitions, which is unusually/absurdly fast. VJ members only represent about 5-10% of all applicants per visa class, remember. Just a few weeks ago, we had 0 approvals per day for many many days (less approvals per month January-March than per day for the last week). At this rate, I've calculated that December should be roughly finished up in about 2.6 weeks, which means CSC will be operating within their 5 month timeframe again. If the current rate continues, of course.

Once the backlog is clear, CSC approvals will most likely drop again to a steady rate to keep in line with the 5 month goal.

Yup, CSC is moving insanely fast at the moment!

No reason to complain whatsoever if they keep up that pace.

Don´t know how correct your estimate is though. I think it´s really hard to tell and CSC has been extremely unpredictable lately. It´s good to have hope though!

Hope things speed up for VSC people again, too.

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