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CSC processing times are 'roughly' 3 months from date of NOA1 (obviously some are much longer depending on any RFE's or name checks which might be done) - there is a thread here in the USCIS service centre section which shows dates for VJ members of NOA2 - you can see from that no-one has an NOA2 with a current date prior to Dec 7th (as of todays time and date of posting this)

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Met online 2001 - just aquaintances

Sept 2002 - 1st US visit - everything goes perfectly.

Dec 20th - Forms recev'd at CSC

Dec 27th - NOA1 received by snail mail!

Dec 29th - 'Touched'

March 10 2006 - NOA2!

March 23 - recv'd at NVC

March 24 - petition sent to London

April 9th - Pkt 3 rec'd!

May 17th - Pkt 3 signed for at London Embassy

May 24th - Medical

May24th - Pkt 4

June 14th - Interview 10am - APPROVED 1pm!!

June 16th - Visas received in my hot little hands 1pm :)

July 19th - flying to US!

July 27th - Married!! :-)

Aug 7th - Applied for SSN in married name

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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I dont think so...

Mine is from january, but i got it in the end of the month... so (???)

And i really dont know what means that processing time, because they show at uscis.gov that they are processing the petitions that came in dec 31st, it means that january (PROBABLY) will be done until the end of march, but that message we receive telling us they will process between 90 and 120 days...?

What about this?

so:

90-120 days x Processin' time = no sense

i think its lucky


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21/03 - VSC Received it

24/03 - NOA 1

27/03 - Check Cashed

08/04 - Biometrics received

July 8th - Approved

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I dont think so...

Mine is from january, but i got it in the end of the month... so (???)

And i really dont know what means that processing time, because they show at uscis.gov that they are processing the petitions that came in dec 31st, it means that january (PROBABLY) will be done until the end of march, but that message we receive telling us they will process between 90 and 120 days...?

What about this?

so:

90-120 days x Processin' time = no sense

i think its lucky

I'm not completely sure I understand your question but I'll try to answer anyways :P The 90-120 days means that on average it takes between 90 and 120 days from the time they get their case (whatever the date is on your NOA1 letter) for them to process it and for you to receive approval. They just give this out as a form letter, it really means nothing. Ours came in about 2 months, a little more, and we also got the 90-120 day notice. This is changeable as well, some service centers say 60-90 days (or something like that), so even though California's processing time says Dec 31st they may still be acting cautious and not promising less than 90-120 days. The Dec 31st day is very deceiving as well because there are still many many people with November and probably all the way back to September waiting for their NOA2.

In a nutshell, you'll get it when you get it, there are no guarantees! We just all hope that it comes on the faster end of getting it :)


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02/02/2015 - Filed Dallas lockbox. Atlanta office.

02/13/2015 - NOA received

03/10/2015 - Biometrics

03/12/2015 - In-Line for Interview

04/09/2015 - E-notification for Interview Letter

05/18/2015 - Interview - passed!

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