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Feeling a little down these days. :cry: As of today Mon Oct. 20th, I have been waiting for my NOA2 for the past 73 days. Couldn't help notice many September filers have been approved already. I am happy for them regardless. Just wish mine is approved already.

Is it normal for CSC to take this long to approve mine? :clock:

Tempted to call USCIS hotline but I am sure they would just tell me to wait for 5 months. This wait is driving me nuts. :wacko:

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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Darned government bureaucracy.. I am feeling bad for those anxiously waiting during the holidays. I work for the government, and can say, IMHO, that from here until after the first, things may run a bit slow, as we are in a use it or lose it period for leave. Our office is pretty much bare bones until the first week of the new year. Especially over thanksgiving and Christmas. The reason, well, its easy to patch together a nice long vacation period without using that much leave also.. As the average processing date approaches I will be a basket case of nerves waiting to move forward.

Are you through the CSC? They tend to move thing through pretty consistently, from what I have seen on the time lines.

I feel for you, and be patient.. it will get here quickly

Joel

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Joel,

Yes, I am through CSC. Because of that, makes it harder since I have seen others take only a month a half or so.

I also work for govt. You are right about people taking use or lose leave. Same situation at my facility too.

Darned government bureaucracy.. I am feeling bad for those anxiously waiting during the holidays. I work for the government, and can say, IMHO, that from here until after the first, things may run a bit slow, as we are in a use it or lose it period for leave. Our office is pretty much bare bones until the first week of the new year. Especially over thanksgiving and Christmas. The reason, well, its easy to patch together a nice long vacation period without using that much leave also.. As the average processing date approaches I will be a basket case of nerves waiting to move forward.

Are you through the CSC? They tend to move thing through pretty consistently, from what I have seen on the time lines.

I feel for you, and be patient.. it will get here quickly

Joel

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: South Korea
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I've filed back in July and haven't received NOA2 yet even though it's Califonia service center ( I heard CSC is way faster than the others).

I see many of the July filers had received NOA2 already even August filers and September filers. I am soooo irritated!!!!!

Plus, my timeline on VJ says i might be approved between Sep 29~Oct 9...

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(F) K-1 / California Service Center (F)

(L) July 22nd, 2014: Filed I-129F

(L)July 28th, 2014: NOA1(E-mail / Acceptance Confirmation/No mail)

(L) July 29th, 2014: Alien registration number was changed

(L) October 20th, 2014: NOA2 (Mail)

(L) November 4th, 2014: NVC received

(L) November 13th, 2014 : Consulate received( Seoul, South KOREA)

(L) January 16th,2015:Interview and approved

(L) January 23rd,2015: Visa and passport in hand!

(F) AOS (F)

(L) Mar 12,2015 : Sent AOS package(USPS Priority mail 2-day)

(L) Mar 16,2015 : Package delivered

(L) Mar 20,2015 : Noa1 Email & Text (I-485,I-131,I-765)

(L) Mar 26,2015 : Noa1 in mail (I-485,I-131,I-765)

(L) Mar 28,2015 : Biometrics notice in mail

(L)Apr 10,2015 : Biometrics done

(L)Jun 11,2015 : EAD approved

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Oh man.... :shocked: ! That's very bad. Have you tried doing something about it?

I know how you might be going through. Please keep me posted of your progress.

I've filed back in July and haven't received NOA2 yet even though it's Califonia service center ( I heard CSC is way faster than the others).

I see many of the July filers had received NOA2 already even August filers and September filers. I am soooo irritated!!!!!

Plus, my timeline on VJ says i might be approved between Sep 29~Oct 9...

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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~Moved from K1 Process to K1 Progress Forum~

~Inquiry about case status~


Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

"Si vis amari, ama" - Seneca

 

 

 

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On the same boat @ nsh and miyon83. I cant figure out how they work on the files. How can you skip july, august but go straight to September and approved those..it just doesnt add up in my head. No hard feelings to September filers though. If you guys were in our shoes you would understand our feelings and where we are coming from lol.

Another week starts and the wait continues..:(

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Very well said nusshaf :thumbs: My thoughts exactly. Wish they would focus on one month at a time.

:clock::bonk::clock::bonk::clock::bonk::clock::bonk::clock:

On the same boat @ nsh and miyon83. I cant figure out how they work on the files. How can you skip july, august but go straight to September and approved those..it just doesnt add up in my head. No hard feelings to September filers though. If you guys were in our shoes you would understand our feelings and where we are coming from lol.

Another week starts and the wait continues.. :(

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I noticed you got yours approved yesterday.

Congratulations!!

I've filed back in July and haven't received NOA2 yet even though it's Califonia service center ( I heard CSC is way faster than the others).

I see many of the July filers had received NOA2 already even August filers and September filers. I am soooo irritated!!!!!

Plus, my timeline on VJ says i might be approved between Sep 29~Oct 9...

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: South Korea
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I noticed you got yours approved yesterday.

Congratulations!!

Thank you!!! I just updated my timeline;) Finally!!!!!!!! I am sure yours will get approved sometime soon too!!!!!!yayyyyy!


(F) K-1 / California Service Center (F)

(L) July 22nd, 2014: Filed I-129F

(L)July 28th, 2014: NOA1(E-mail / Acceptance Confirmation/No mail)

(L) July 29th, 2014: Alien registration number was changed

(L) October 20th, 2014: NOA2 (Mail)

(L) November 4th, 2014: NVC received

(L) November 13th, 2014 : Consulate received( Seoul, South KOREA)

(L) January 16th,2015:Interview and approved

(L) January 23rd,2015: Visa and passport in hand!

(F) AOS (F)

(L) Mar 12,2015 : Sent AOS package(USPS Priority mail 2-day)

(L) Mar 16,2015 : Package delivered

(L) Mar 20,2015 : Noa1 Email & Text (I-485,I-131,I-765)

(L) Mar 26,2015 : Noa1 in mail (I-485,I-131,I-765)

(L) Mar 28,2015 : Biometrics notice in mail

(L)Apr 10,2015 : Biometrics done

(L)Jun 11,2015 : EAD approved

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Finland
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Just a few hours ago I found out we got approved yesterday!!! 98 days. So don't worry, CSC doesn't tend to go over a hundred, usually.

I was freaking out as well, checking our status every day, so I was completely baffled seeing "post decision" after getting used to seeing "initial review" every day.

Hold on for a little bit longer, good luck!

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Feeling a little down these days. :cry: As of today Mon Oct. 20th, I have been waiting for my NOA2 for the past 73 days. Couldn't help notice many September filers have been approved already. I am happy for them regardless. Just wish mine is approved already.

Is it normal for CSC to take this long to approve mine? :clock:

Tempted to call USCIS hotline but I am sure they would just tell me to wait for 5 months. This wait is driving me nuts. :wacko:

:help:

Mine was approved after 80 days of NOA1. This journey needs patience.. :):rolleyes:

Goodluck!! :thumbs:


***K-1 Visa***

MAY 01, 2014: Met in person and got Engaged!
JULY 01, 2014: Sent I-129F Packet to Dallas Lockbox
JULY 04, 2014: Received via USPS Tracking
JULY 09, 2014: USCIS received the case - route to CSC - notified via email/text
JULY 10, 2014: NOA1 Hardcopy received and ARN changed
SEPTEMBER 26, 2014: Approved!!! (via USCIS site)...yipeee!!!! (80 days from NOA1)
OCTOBER 01, 2014: Got NOA2 Hardcopy
OCTOBER 15, 2014: Called NVC and got our MNL case # (19 days after approval)
OCTOBER 20, 2014: Paid the visa fee (BPI)
OCTOBER 22, 2014: Case status "In Transit". Completed and submitted DS-160 Form
OCTOBER 23, 2014: CEAC status "READY"
OCTOBER 30, 2014: Received NVC Letter thru mail (letter dated October 21st)
NOVEMBER 17, 2014: Medical (SLEC) - Result "Passed"
NOVEMBER 21, 2014: Received letter from US Embassy (Manila)
NOVEMBER 24, 2014: Interview - Result "Approved" :thumbs:
NOVEMBER 26, 2014: CEAC status "Administrative Processing"
NOVEMBER 28, 2014: CEAC status "ISSUED" :dance:
DECEMBER 02, 2014: Got text message from 2GO courier that my US Visa is ready to pick up :wow:
DECEMBER 06, 2014: Got my Visa. :dancing:
DECEMBER 15, 2014: CFO Seminar (didn't get my certificate and sticker - the counselor wanted to have copies of chat logs and I forgot to bring, huhuhu)
DECEMBER 19, 2014: Follow up seminar with CFO... Got my CFO certificate and seminar
DECEMBER 26, 2014: POE - San Francisco, CA (L) (L)
DECEMBER 30, 2014: Courthouse Wedding

JANUARY 15, 2015: Got my SS card (with my married name)

***AOS, EAD & AP***

MARCH 12, 2015: Sent AOS, EAD & AP packet via USPS (Express Mail)

MARCH 13, 2015: Packet delivered & signed (via USPS tracking)

MARCH 18, 2015: Receipt notice from USCIS (via text message and email)

MARCH 23, 2015: Received NOA's in mail

APRIL 04, 2015 : Received Biometrics Appointment Notice via mail

APRIL 14, 2015 : Biometrics (in Oakland)

APRIL 23, 2015 : Case Is Ready To Be Scheduled For An Interview

APRIL 29, 2015 : Received letter from USCIS for my initial interview

MAY 27, 2015 : EAD and AP is approved

MAY 29, 2015 : Interview.... APPROVED!!!

JUNE 04, 2015 : EAD/AP combo card received

JUNE 07, 2015 : GC received!!!

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Feeling a little down these days. :cry: As of today Mon Oct. 20th, I have been waiting for my NOA2 for the past 73 days. Couldn't help notice many September filers have been approved already. I am happy for them regardless. Just wish mine is approved already.

Is it normal for CSC to take this long to approve mine? :clock:

Tempted to call USCIS hotline but I am sure they would just tell me to wait for 5 months. This wait is driving me nuts. :wacko:

:help:

:wow:


ROC Timeline!

Service Center : California Service Center

NOA2017-09-01

Biometrics : 2017-09-28

ROC Approved 2019-01-17

 

AOS Timeline!

Marriage : 2015-01-10

AOS/EAD/AP NOA : 2015-01-20

Biometrics : 2015-02-17

EAD/AP Approved : 2015-03-17

NPIW : 2015-06-11

AOS Approved : 2015-11-24

 

K-1 Visa Timeline!

Service Center : Texas Service Center

Transferred? No

Consulate : Frankfurt, Germany

I-129F NOA1 : 2014-03-11

I-129F NOA2 : 2014-08-12

Consulate Received : 2014-09-15

Interview Date : 2014-11-13

Interview Result : Approved

Visa Received : 2014-11-15

US Entry : 2014-12-31

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