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I just have a quick question.

In my case there was 2 petition CR-1 and CR-2 each has a different receipt number both were approved same time .

however on the USCIS case status shows for the CR-1 NOA2 was mailed on October 11 2014 and for the CR-2 shows NOA2 was mailed on October 10 2014.

On the USCIS case status site is now showing for CR-1.....On October 11, 2014, we mailed you a notice that we have approved this I130 IMMIGRANT .

and for the CR-2 its showing .........On October 20, 2014, we shipped this approved or re-affirmed case to the Department of State for visa processing. For more information, please contact them directly.

Has any one experience this before.....also to add we only received hard copy of NOA2 for CR-1 and have not received hard copy of NOA2

for CR-2.

any help would be greatly appreciated.

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This could mean that your petitions got separated. Nebraska seems to ship approved petitions to NVC in big batches... you mention it said that your CR-2 approval notice was mailed a day before your CR-1, so I guess the CR-2 approval could have been "processed" earlier so it made it to that shipment while the other one didn't.

I think petitions approved from Nebraska usually have that "shipped to NVC" update, but for example I got approved by CSC and my case status never updated to "shipped to NVC", while it did for other people. It's now been over a month since NVC received it. So it could also be that your CR-1 was also shipped but it never updated.

Either way it doesn't matter, they'll both get there. You should wait about 3 weeks from your NOA2 date and call NVC to ask if they received them.

Edited by S. & A.

CR-1 (Argentina): April 2014 to March 2015.

ROC (VSC): March 2017 to March 2018.

 

USCIS
04/02/2014 I-130 NOA1 (NSC)
08/14/2014 I-130 Transferred to CSC
09/05/2014 I-130 NOA2 (day 157)

NVC
09/17/2014 NVC received
09/26/2014 Case number, IIN and BIN assigned
09/30/2014 AOS and IV fees invoiced and paid
10/01/2014 Submitted DS-260
10/21/2014 Sent AOS and IV packages
10/23/2014 Documents received (according to email from NVC)
10/24/2014 AOS and IV packages scanned / FALSE checklist (DS-260 reviewed)
11/25/2014 Medical exam done
12/29/2014 Case complete (day 272)

 

EMBASSY
02/19/2015 Interview in Buenos Aires, Argentina - APPROVED! (day 324)
02/24/2015 CEAC status changed to ISSUED
03/05/2015 Visa in hand! (day 338)

03/05/2015 USCIS Immigrant Fee paid / ELIS "Optimized"
03/16/2015 POE @ JFK! (day 349)

04/07/2015 USCIS ELIS status update

04/15/2015 Green card is being produced

04/21/2015 Green card was mailed / ELIS "Closed"

04/23/2015 Green card in hand! All done until December 2016!

ROC

03/07/2017 I-751 Package delivered (VSC)

03/08/2017 I-751 NOA1

03/25/2017 Biometrics letter in the mail

04/03/2017 Biometrics appointment (day 28)

03/19/2018 I-751 NOA2 (day 378)

N-400

04/??/2018 Filed

 

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This could mean that your petitions got separated. Nebraska seems to ship approved petitions to NVC in big batches... you mention it said that your CR-2 approval notice was mailed a day before your CR-1, so I guess the CR-2 approval could have been "processed" earlier so it made it to that shipment while the other one didn't.

I think petitions approved from Nebraska usually have that "shipped to NVC" update, but for example I got approved by CSC and my case status never updated to "shipped to NVC", while it did for other people. It's now been over a month since NVC received it. So it could also be that your CR-1 was also shipped but it never updated.

Either way it doesn't matter, they'll both get there. You should wait about 3 weeks from your NOA2 date and call NVC to ask if they received them.

Thank you for the respond.

I just don't want the CR-2 processed faster than the CR-1.

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SO the CR-1 is now updated.

On October 23, 2014, we shipped this approved or re-affirmed case to the Department of State for visa processing. For more information, please contact them directly.

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SO the CR-1 is now updated.

On October 23, 2014, we shipped this approved or re-affirmed case to the Department of State for visa processing. For more information, please contact them directly.

Good! It's no problem anyway since there won't be any processing until you pay the fees and send in the documents. You can just wait until both get there.


CR-1 (Argentina): April 2014 to March 2015.

ROC (VSC): March 2017 to March 2018.

 

USCIS
04/02/2014 I-130 NOA1 (NSC)
08/14/2014 I-130 Transferred to CSC
09/05/2014 I-130 NOA2 (day 157)

NVC
09/17/2014 NVC received
09/26/2014 Case number, IIN and BIN assigned
09/30/2014 AOS and IV fees invoiced and paid
10/01/2014 Submitted DS-260
10/21/2014 Sent AOS and IV packages
10/23/2014 Documents received (according to email from NVC)
10/24/2014 AOS and IV packages scanned / FALSE checklist (DS-260 reviewed)
11/25/2014 Medical exam done
12/29/2014 Case complete (day 272)

 

EMBASSY
02/19/2015 Interview in Buenos Aires, Argentina - APPROVED! (day 324)
02/24/2015 CEAC status changed to ISSUED
03/05/2015 Visa in hand! (day 338)

03/05/2015 USCIS Immigrant Fee paid / ELIS "Optimized"
03/16/2015 POE @ JFK! (day 349)

04/07/2015 USCIS ELIS status update

04/15/2015 Green card is being produced

04/21/2015 Green card was mailed / ELIS "Closed"

04/23/2015 Green card in hand! All done until December 2016!

ROC

03/07/2017 I-751 Package delivered (VSC)

03/08/2017 I-751 NOA1

03/25/2017 Biometrics letter in the mail

04/03/2017 Biometrics appointment (day 28)

03/19/2018 I-751 NOA2 (day 378)

N-400

04/??/2018 Filed

 

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