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The new numbers have come out for October.

http://dashboard.uscis.gov/index.cfm?formtype=4&office=6&charttype=1

As will surprise no one, the # of all currently pending I-130 petitions went from 357,511 to 379,608 in October. for us Vermonters, that (dis-)Service Center completed 812 cases and had 1,964 pending customer action, but it got 1,500 new cases so it ended the month with 11,918 pending :(

That really scares me, at that rate my petition won't be processed until next October :( Hopefully the VSC picked it up in November......


I-130 Sent: 11 November 2013

I-130 1st i-797(NOA-1): 12 November 2013, Vermont (Dis-)Service Center (1 day in transit)

I-130 2nd i-797(NOA-2): 30 May 2014, Vermont (Total Dis-)Service Center (199 days in USCIS hell)

I-30 Received at NVC: 11 June 2014 (11 days in transit)

NVC Case # Assigned: 27 June 2014 (15 days to case number assigned)

DS-261 Completed: 15 July 2014 (18 days to DS-261 available)

AOS Fee Bill Paid: 17 July 2014

AOS Fee Bill Shows "Paid": 22 July 2014

AOS Package Sent Out:23 July 2014

AOS Package Recieved: 28 July 2014

DS-260 Completed: ?

IV Fee Bill Paid: ?

November 2014 USCIS Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aqgp_fafY_R6dFI3cDREc2tNWV9qV09mMzN3WXR2dEE&usp=sharing#gid=3

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Are you completely ready to welcome your Wife to the US? Financially? Logistically?

What does that matter? For the record I am, and even if I was not you have 6 months after the issue of the visa to come to the US, and I guarantee that I could give her a welcome fit for a Queen in that amount of time.


I-130 Sent: 11 November 2013

I-130 1st i-797(NOA-1): 12 November 2013, Vermont (Dis-)Service Center (1 day in transit)

I-130 2nd i-797(NOA-2): 30 May 2014, Vermont (Total Dis-)Service Center (199 days in USCIS hell)

I-30 Received at NVC: 11 June 2014 (11 days in transit)

NVC Case # Assigned: 27 June 2014 (15 days to case number assigned)

DS-261 Completed: 15 July 2014 (18 days to DS-261 available)

AOS Fee Bill Paid: 17 July 2014

AOS Fee Bill Shows "Paid": 22 July 2014

AOS Package Sent Out:23 July 2014

AOS Package Recieved: 28 July 2014

DS-260 Completed: ?

IV Fee Bill Paid: ?

November 2014 USCIS Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aqgp_fafY_R6dFI3cDREc2tNWV9qV09mMzN3WXR2dEE&usp=sharing#gid=3

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What does that matter? For the record I am, and even if I was not you have 6 months after the issue of the visa to come to the US, and I guarantee that I could give her a welcome fit for a Queen in that amount of time.

The welcome is not an issue, even a day labourer at Home Depot can do that.

She won't be a visitor but a permanent resident.

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The welcome is not an issue, even a day labourer at Home Depot can do that.

She won't be a visitor but a permanent resident.

Personally, I've been married for almost 8 years. Yes, I'm fully prepared for my husband, the father of my two small children, to come here. I know what being married and living with him entails. We'd already been doing it for YEARS before we decided to move back to the states. We already have our plan ready to go, and have discussed it with our extended family who are also on board. I'm not at all worried about what will happen once he gets here. What I'm worried about is that it's going to take nearly another year to get to that point.


3/25/2006 - Got Married

3/20/2013 - I130 Priority Date
11/6/2013 - Transferred to Nebraska
1/3/2014 - NOA2
1/6/2014 - Petition shipped to NVC
1/21/2014 - NVC Received
2/24/2014 - Case # & IIN
3/3/2014 - DS-261 Available and Submitted
3/4/2014 - AOS Fee Available and Submitted
3/5/2014 - AOS Fee Paid
3/6/2014 - Received AOS Coversheet and Payment Receipt
3/7/2014 - AOS Package Sent
3/10/2014 - NVC Receives AOS package
3/12/2014 - NVC Acknowledges receipt of AOS package
3/21/2014 - Triangle of Doom appears for IV package
3/24/2014 - IV Fee Available and Submitted
3/25/2014 - IV package overnighted to the NVC
3/26/2014 - IV Fee shows PAID
3/26/2014 - DS260 available & submitted
3/26/2014 - IV package delivered to NVC
3/26/2014 - False checklist for IV fee.
3/26/2014 - AOS documents accepted w/no checklists!
3/28/2014 - IV & DS260 logged into NVC System
4/10/2014 - Case Complete!

Interview Date: June 17, 2014

Approved at Interview!

POE Newark on 6/28/2014! He's finally home!

Got a pending I-130? Tired of waiting for something to happen? Let's make something happen: http://www.visajourn...ners-committee/

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The new numbers have come out for October.

http://dashboard.uscis.gov/index.cfm?formtype=4&office=6&charttype=1

As will surprise no one, the # of all currently pending I-130 petitions went from 357,511 to 379,608 in October. for us Vermonters, that (dis-)Service Center completed 812 cases and had 1,964 pending customer action, but it got 1,500 new cases so it ended the month with 11,918 pending sad.png

That really scares me, at that rate my petition won't be processed until next October sad.png Hopefully the VSC picked it up in November......

Those numbers are pathetic, and show the outright lie that their stakeholder letter statement was. I think that we should send this information to the Ombudsman and the Public Engagement people as soon as their processing times are updated.


3/25/2006 - Got Married

3/20/2013 - I130 Priority Date
11/6/2013 - Transferred to Nebraska
1/3/2014 - NOA2
1/6/2014 - Petition shipped to NVC
1/21/2014 - NVC Received
2/24/2014 - Case # & IIN
3/3/2014 - DS-261 Available and Submitted
3/4/2014 - AOS Fee Available and Submitted
3/5/2014 - AOS Fee Paid
3/6/2014 - Received AOS Coversheet and Payment Receipt
3/7/2014 - AOS Package Sent
3/10/2014 - NVC Receives AOS package
3/12/2014 - NVC Acknowledges receipt of AOS package
3/21/2014 - Triangle of Doom appears for IV package
3/24/2014 - IV Fee Available and Submitted
3/25/2014 - IV package overnighted to the NVC
3/26/2014 - IV Fee shows PAID
3/26/2014 - DS260 available & submitted
3/26/2014 - IV package delivered to NVC
3/26/2014 - False checklist for IV fee.
3/26/2014 - AOS documents accepted w/no checklists!
3/28/2014 - IV & DS260 logged into NVC System
4/10/2014 - Case Complete!

Interview Date: June 17, 2014

Approved at Interview!

POE Newark on 6/28/2014! He's finally home!

Got a pending I-130? Tired of waiting for something to happen? Let's make something happen: http://www.visajourn...ners-committee/

We need more Twitter followers:@USCI130Cmte

Join our Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/USGreencardpetitionerscommittee/

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Personally, I've been married for almost 8 years. Yes, I'm fully prepared for my husband, the father of my two small children, to come here. I know what being married and living with him entails. We'd already been doing it for YEARS before we decided to move back to the states. We already have our plan ready to go, and have discussed it with our extended family who are also on board. I'm not at all worried about what will happen once he gets here. What I'm worried about is that it's going to take nearly another year to get to that point.

My original question was not posted to VJ in general but to the OP in particular. He seems wound up with statistics and petitions and lambasting the US government at each and every opportunity.

Since you brought up your relationship I will comment on that.

IMHO, those that have been married for a period of time such as you and especially with kids should have a fast track section.

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My original question was not posted to VJ in general but to the OP in particular. He seems wound up with statistics and petitions and lambasting the US government at each and every opportunity.

Since you brought up your relationship I will comment on that.

IMHO, those that have been married for a period of time such as you and especially with kids should have a fast track section.

I make more than twice the federal poverty level for 2 people and I have excellent credit. I am more than financially capable of having my wife with me, her presence here in fact would only improve my financial situation as she is eager to work. Thanks for the intrusive question and insulting assumption about me though.


I-130 Sent: 11 November 2013

I-130 1st i-797(NOA-1): 12 November 2013, Vermont (Dis-)Service Center (1 day in transit)

I-130 2nd i-797(NOA-2): 30 May 2014, Vermont (Total Dis-)Service Center (199 days in USCIS hell)

I-30 Received at NVC: 11 June 2014 (11 days in transit)

NVC Case # Assigned: 27 June 2014 (15 days to case number assigned)

DS-261 Completed: 15 July 2014 (18 days to DS-261 available)

AOS Fee Bill Paid: 17 July 2014

AOS Fee Bill Shows "Paid": 22 July 2014

AOS Package Sent Out:23 July 2014

AOS Package Recieved: 28 July 2014

DS-260 Completed: ?

IV Fee Bill Paid: ?

November 2014 USCIS Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aqgp_fafY_R6dFI3cDREc2tNWV9qV09mMzN3WXR2dEE&usp=sharing#gid=3

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Bro, man up a little and it's not intrusive if you willingly post the information on an open forum.

If you feel it's insultive, alert the mods, they'll decide and thread ban me.

Your issue has always been that you only want people that side with you to be the only one on your threads. This is VisaJourney.Com and not TheDudeJourney.Com

I have average credit due to divorce but make almost twice the poverty level for a family of seven. So now what? Who is passing out the awards?

I am sorry if my response seemed hostile. A lot is lost over text-only internet communication. Your question just seemed hostile to me considering that it was so non-sequiter....what do my finances have to do with these statistics or how the USCIS is (not) doing its job? I just did not understand, and I apologize for reacting too harshly.


I-130 Sent: 11 November 2013

I-130 1st i-797(NOA-1): 12 November 2013, Vermont (Dis-)Service Center (1 day in transit)

I-130 2nd i-797(NOA-2): 30 May 2014, Vermont (Total Dis-)Service Center (199 days in USCIS hell)

I-30 Received at NVC: 11 June 2014 (11 days in transit)

NVC Case # Assigned: 27 June 2014 (15 days to case number assigned)

DS-261 Completed: 15 July 2014 (18 days to DS-261 available)

AOS Fee Bill Paid: 17 July 2014

AOS Fee Bill Shows "Paid": 22 July 2014

AOS Package Sent Out:23 July 2014

AOS Package Recieved: 28 July 2014

DS-260 Completed: ?

IV Fee Bill Paid: ?

November 2014 USCIS Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aqgp_fafY_R6dFI3cDREc2tNWV9qV09mMzN3WXR2dEE&usp=sharing#gid=3

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I am sorry if my response seemed hostile. A lot is lost over text-only internet communication. Your question just seemed hostile to me considering that it was so non-sequiter....what do my finances have to do with these statistics or how the USCIS is (not) doing its job? I just did not understand, and I apologize for reacting too harshly.

I offer an apology also.

Your thread just happened to be the second one I opened this morning. The first was the poor beneficiary that now has a 10 year ban because her Fiance did not marry her, didn't give her money to buy a ticekt back home and she overstayed. It really doesn't apply to you. So for that I'm sorry.

It just seems to me that folks get bent out of shape on the process and loose sight of the relationship.

So Dude apologies, Gowon out.

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Doesn't seem like they're going to update their processing times today, despite having updated their dashboard. Don't they usually update them at the same time?

Who wants to bet that they don't update them until right before they all go on Christmas vacation?


3/25/2006 - Got Married

3/20/2013 - I130 Priority Date
11/6/2013 - Transferred to Nebraska
1/3/2014 - NOA2
1/6/2014 - Petition shipped to NVC
1/21/2014 - NVC Received
2/24/2014 - Case # & IIN
3/3/2014 - DS-261 Available and Submitted
3/4/2014 - AOS Fee Available and Submitted
3/5/2014 - AOS Fee Paid
3/6/2014 - Received AOS Coversheet and Payment Receipt
3/7/2014 - AOS Package Sent
3/10/2014 - NVC Receives AOS package
3/12/2014 - NVC Acknowledges receipt of AOS package
3/21/2014 - Triangle of Doom appears for IV package
3/24/2014 - IV Fee Available and Submitted
3/25/2014 - IV package overnighted to the NVC
3/26/2014 - IV Fee shows PAID
3/26/2014 - DS260 available & submitted
3/26/2014 - IV package delivered to NVC
3/26/2014 - False checklist for IV fee.
3/26/2014 - AOS documents accepted w/no checklists!
3/28/2014 - IV & DS260 logged into NVC System
4/10/2014 - Case Complete!

Interview Date: June 17, 2014

Approved at Interview!

POE Newark on 6/28/2014! He's finally home!

Got a pending I-130? Tired of waiting for something to happen? Let's make something happen: http://www.visajourn...ners-committee/

We need more Twitter followers:@USCI130Cmte

Join our Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/USGreencardpetitionerscommittee/

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I totally agree with you they will not update the process in time of February until they go on vacation for Christmas I'm a june filler and I'm still waiting for any news for a transfer or something let's see what happens


uscis stage

june 24 2013 pd

march 3 2014 noa 2

nvc stage

march 17 2014 recived

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What I'm worried about is that it's going to take nearly another year to get to that point.

Wow, one year? That's really harsh. :( I hope that it won't take one year. Do you think it will take a little under a year after your NOA2? I'm just curious how you came up with that additional year number.


Married in Edinburgh, Scotland: 07-06-2013

I-130 Package Sent to Chicago Lockbox: 09-04-2013

NOA1 from the National Benefits Center: 09-05-2013

I-130 Package Transferred to California Service Center: 02-25-2014

NOA2: 03-05-2014

NVC Received: 03-17-2014

Case # and IIN Assigned: 04-18-2014

DS-261 Generated and Completed: 04-26-2014

AOS Fee Invoiced and Paid: 04-29-2014

IV Fee Invoiced and Paid: 05-01-2014

AOS Fee Shows as Paid: 05-01-2014

IV Fee Shows as Paid: 05-05-2014

AOS and IV Packages Sent via UPS: 05-08-2014

AOS and IV Packages Received: 05-12-2014

AOS and IV Packages Input Into System: 05-14-2014

DS-260 Completed: 05-16-2014

Case Complete: 06-11-2014

Medical Exam: 07-08-2014

Interview in Warsaw, Poland: 08-28-2014 @ 8:30AM - APPROVED!

Visa Package Received: 09-01-2014

POE at Chicago O'Hare International Airport: 09-23-2014

I-751 Package Received: 07-11-2016

NOA1: 07-16-2016

I-751 Biometrics Apointment: 08-01-2016

ROC Approval (during citizenship interview): 12-20-2017

10-Year Green Card Received: N/A due to approved N-400

N-400 Filed Online: 08-28-2017

N-400 NOA1 Date: 08-29-2017

N-400 Biometrics Appointment: 09-22-2017

Status Changed to Interview Scheduled: 09-22-2017

Status Change to Interview Scheduled, read the letter we mailed: 11-15-2017

N-400 Interview: 12-20-2017 - APPROVED!

Oath of Allegiance Scheduled: 12-29-2017

Oath of Allegiance: 01-18-2018 

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