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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Once again doing a little very simple statistics.. I downloaded 150 entries that have both NOA1 and NOA2 times posted (that latest) from CSC. I removed all those countries with only one entry. I also removed any that did not post a NOA1 time. Then computed average days... Here are the figures.

Average Days Country 23 Cuba 43 Australia 44 Romania 45 Haiti 47 Laos 58 Russia 59 Brazil 59 Germany 60 Japan 60 Ukraine 64 India 64 Pakistan 67 Netherlands 70 China 70 Spain 71 United Kingdom 72 Sweden 73 Philippines 76 Poland 77 Nigeria 80 Canada 82 Mexico 91 Jamaica 104 Colombia

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Once again doing a little very simple statistics.. I downloaded 150 entries that have both NOA1 and NOA2 times posted (that latest) from CSC. I removed all those countries with only one entry. I also removed any that did not post a NOA1 time. Then computed average days... Here are the figures.

Average Days Country 23 Cuba 43 Australia 44 Romania 45 Haiti 47 Laos 58 Russia 59 Brazil 59 Germany 60 Japan 60 Ukraine 64 India 64 Pakistan 67 Netherlands 70 China 70 Spain 71 United Kingdom 72 Sweden 73 Philippines 76 Poland 77 Nigeria 80 Canada 82 Mexico 91 Jamaica 104 Colombia

These numbers of the days are what? The time between NOA1 and NOA2 ? I am sorry for my goofiness :)

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Mexico
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Can you do this for Nebraska? :D


:yes:Intelligence trumps muscle... Imagination trumps both! :yes:

IR-1/CR-1 Visa
Service Center : Nebraska Service Center
Consulate : Cd. Juarez, Mexico
Met: January, 2006 :D
Marriage (if applicable): 2012-10-26 (L)
I-130 Sent : 2014-08-01
I-130 NOA1 : 2014-08-04

I-130 NOA2 : 2015-05-14

Shipped to DoS: 2015-05-22

Received at NVC: 2015-06-01

Case Created at NVC: 2015-06-10 (from Julian Date calculation)

AOS and IV Fee Invoiced: 2015-06-11
AOS and IV Fee Paid: Website down as of 06-15... Just waiting...
AOS and IV Fee Paid: 2015-07-05 CEAC site finally UP! :dancing:

AOS and Civil Docs received at NVC: 2015-10-13

NVC checklist for obsolete i864: 2015-11-25

Submit updated i864: ?????? when my lawyer desires... :clock:
Submit updated i864: Did NOT wait for lawywer. Did it myself 2015-12-10
NVC received reply to checklist i864: 2015-12-10 (yes.. same day O.O)

NVC case completed: 2016-01-07
NVC assigned interview date: 2016-01-23
Interview at CJS consulate: 2016-03-30

Visa "Issued": 2016-04-05
Entered the US: 2016-04-27

SSN Arrived: 2016-05-07 ... wow TEN days!

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N-400

Filed Online: 2020-06-30

NOA: 2020-07-01

Biometrics Letter: Waiting...:dancing:
Interview Date: ????

Oath:

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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That is correct... days from NOA1 to NOA2. Keep in mind that figures are from what people enter... nothing has been verified with any gov agency.. I'm just downloading data (screen scraping actually) and popping it into excel.

I only grabbed data from CSC...... that is where our petition is setting.

I only posted information where there was more than one petition that had a NOA1 and a NOA2 date.

Hope that helps :) Keep the faith and I wish you a FAST and wonderful journey!!!!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Can you do this for Nebraska? :D

If I have some time I'll pull all the service centers... the calculations are very easy and I can just add a column for the service centers. Can't promise it today, but I'll attempt to get to it. I would only guess they are all about the same give or take a bit...

Wishing you a FAST and great journey... hope you are with your loved one very soon!!!!!! (I get it... I really do :) ).

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Mexico
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I love VJ because of people like YOU!! :luv:

Best,

UnaMexicana

If I have some time I'll pull all the service centers... the calculations are very easy and I can just add a column for the service centers. Can't promise it today, but I'll attempt to get to it. I would only guess they are all about the same give or take a bit...

Wishing you a FAST and great journey... hope you are with your loved one very soon!!!!!! (I get it... I really do :) ).


:yes:Intelligence trumps muscle... Imagination trumps both! :yes:

IR-1/CR-1 Visa
Service Center : Nebraska Service Center
Consulate : Cd. Juarez, Mexico
Met: January, 2006 :D
Marriage (if applicable): 2012-10-26 (L)
I-130 Sent : 2014-08-01
I-130 NOA1 : 2014-08-04

I-130 NOA2 : 2015-05-14

Shipped to DoS: 2015-05-22

Received at NVC: 2015-06-01

Case Created at NVC: 2015-06-10 (from Julian Date calculation)

AOS and IV Fee Invoiced: 2015-06-11
AOS and IV Fee Paid: Website down as of 06-15... Just waiting...
AOS and IV Fee Paid: 2015-07-05 CEAC site finally UP! :dancing:

AOS and Civil Docs received at NVC: 2015-10-13

NVC checklist for obsolete i864: 2015-11-25

Submit updated i864: ?????? when my lawyer desires... :clock:
Submit updated i864: Did NOT wait for lawywer. Did it myself 2015-12-10
NVC received reply to checklist i864: 2015-12-10 (yes.. same day O.O)

NVC case completed: 2016-01-07
NVC assigned interview date: 2016-01-23
Interview at CJS consulate: 2016-03-30

Visa "Issued": 2016-04-05
Entered the US: 2016-04-27

SSN Arrived: 2016-05-07 ... wow TEN days!

=============

N-400

Filed Online: 2020-06-30

NOA: 2020-07-01

Biometrics Letter: Waiting...:dancing:
Interview Date: ????

Oath:

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Once again doing a little very simple statistics.. I downloaded 150 entries that have both NOA1 and NOA2 times posted (that latest) from CSC. I removed all those countries with only one entry. I also removed any that did not post a NOA1 time. Then computed average days... Here are the figures.

Average Days Country 23 Cuba 43 Australia 44 Romania 45 Haiti 47 Laos 58 Russia 59 Brazil 59 Germany 60 Japan 60 Ukraine 64 India 64 Pakistan 67 Netherlands 70 China 70 Spain 71 United Kingdom 72 Sweden 73 Philippines 76 Poland 77 Nigeria 80 Canada 82 Mexico 91 Jamaica 104 Colombia

As you are petitioning Philippines, I bid you welcome (and hello from Phoenix too!). The journey can be fast or slow for any number of reasons. The K-1 for us was 78 days from NOA1 to Interview, and another 8 days to receive the visa. Less than 3 months total, and we even had an RFE that added 17 days.

However, every situation is different, so it is really difficult to know how long everything will take. May your journey be smooth and quick!


K-1 Visa

**AOS**

09/03/2014 AOS packet (I-485, I-765, I-131) delivered to Chicago lockbox

09/08/2014 NOA1 received for AOS, EAD, AP

10/01/2014 Biometrics

11/04/2014 I-485: Status changed to Testing and Interview

11/12/2014 EAD & AP Approved, combo card in production

11/22/2014 EAD/AP Combo card received

02/04/2015 AOS Interview - approved! Card in production

02/12/2015 Card received!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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As you are petitioning Philippines, I bid you welcome (and hello from Phoenix too!). The journey can be fast or slow for any number of reasons. The K-1 for us was 78 days from NOA1 to Interview, and another 8 days to receive the visa. Less than 3 months total, and we even had an RFE that added 17 days.

However, every situation is different, so it is really difficult to know how long everything will take. May your journey be smooth and quick!

Hi Paul and Jesica,

Thank you very much for the nice note. I'm still counting the days and looking each day for the NOA2... I suspect I won't see baring any issues until mid-November, but maybe sunshine will happen and we will see it sooner. Hoping we will bump into each other at some point.. maybe at the Makong market or at Manila Sunrise (a dear friend of mine owns that restaurant by you). Wishing you the very best!!!!! Your new Pal Al

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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I love VJ because of people like YOU!! :luv:

Best,

UnaMexicana

HI One Mexicana :)

I went and did a fast average for you based upon your service center and type of visa you are applying for..... looks like from the data here in VJ... 163 days from NOA1 until NOA2 at the Nebraska facility for your type of visa.... :( I soooooo hope that you get this done sooner! 5 1/2 months is a long time... I'm pretty shook up and I am only at 2 1/2 so far.. When you find the right person ......

Very best to you and your husband!

Al

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