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okay I keep callin the nvc everyday now and everyday to get my case number and IIN I get a different response about the date my file was rescieved one day I get may6 and one day I get may 9 and again may 6 and so on, what am I suppose to believe???


USCIS

12/04/2012: I-130 sent

12/08/2012:NOA1 received

04/18/2013: RFE received

04/22/2013:RFE SENT

04/28/2013: NOA 2

NVC

05/06/2013: nvc received

05/23/2013: case# and IIN received

05/23/2013: ds 3032 sent

05/24/2013: ds 3032 rejected

05/24/2013: ds 3032 sent again

05/30/2013: ds 3032 rejected again

06/03/2013: was unable to login payment portal

06/04/2013: AOS invoiced and received DS 3032 Email

06/04/2013: paid AOS

06/04/2013: Resend DS 3032

06/05/2013: DS 3032 accepted.

06/07/2013: IV invoiced and paid

06/10/2013: AOS and IV both expressed mailed

06/11/2013: Packages are delivered at the NVC.

07/01/2013: check list received.

07/03/2013: IV accepted

07/05/2013: check list sent.

07/08/2013: package recieved.

07/22/2013: CASE COMPLETE!!!!!! yayyyyyy :D

12/12/2013: Interview.... :-)

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won't matter, really.

this 'movement of date' DOES happen....

It's not that the NVC TeleOperator is making stuff up - he/she/it is only reading what's on the screen.

that date really changes only because the casefile gets logged, for

--hit the door

--moved to scanning section

--scanned

--ready for processing

The bit that will matter is the day you are allowed to give over email addresses to an NVC TeleOperator - use that date for counting, as day 0 - then count how many days till the AOS FEE BILL shows up in yer email inbox.


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well the reason why im asking is because im trying to find by when I might get a case number so I can figure out how im gonna plan the fact that im going to be traveling for my job and im postponing it till I rescieve my case number then come back to finish the rest of the processing


USCIS

12/04/2012: I-130 sent

12/08/2012:NOA1 received

04/18/2013: RFE received

04/22/2013:RFE SENT

04/28/2013: NOA 2

NVC

05/06/2013: nvc received

05/23/2013: case# and IIN received

05/23/2013: ds 3032 sent

05/24/2013: ds 3032 rejected

05/24/2013: ds 3032 sent again

05/30/2013: ds 3032 rejected again

06/03/2013: was unable to login payment portal

06/04/2013: AOS invoiced and received DS 3032 Email

06/04/2013: paid AOS

06/04/2013: Resend DS 3032

06/05/2013: DS 3032 accepted.

06/07/2013: IV invoiced and paid

06/10/2013: AOS and IV both expressed mailed

06/11/2013: Packages are delivered at the NVC.

07/01/2013: check list received.

07/03/2013: IV accepted

07/05/2013: check list sent.

07/08/2013: package recieved.

07/22/2013: CASE COMPLETE!!!!!! yayyyyyy :D

12/12/2013: Interview.... :-)

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It's only a three day difference. It really doesn't matter. You'll get the case number about two weeks after it's been received, so I wouldn't expect anything until next week sometime.


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