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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Jamaica
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I just checked my email and received my husband's welcome letter with case number!!! Woohoo!!! I wish I knew how to do a cartwheel because I would do them down my work hallway!! LOL Wishing everyone a speedy process! Thanks to everyone here on VJ for all of their support and encouragement!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nigeria
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I just checked my email and received my husband's welcome letter with case number!!! Woohoo!!! I wish I knew how to do a cartwheel because I would do them down my work hallway!! LOL Wishing everyone a speedy process! Thanks to everyone here on VJ for all of their support and encouragement!

Too cute. Congratulations.


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ROC I751
5/21/2018: Filed i751 ROC
6/12/2018: NOA1 Date
3/5/2019: Biometrics Appt
12/28/2019: 18 month Extension has expired
1/9/2020: InfoPass Appt to get stamp in Passport
2/27/2020: Combo Interview (ROC and Citizenship)
3/31/2020: submitted service request for being pass normal processing time
4/7/2020: Card being produced
4/8/2020: Approved
4/10/2020: Card mailed
4/15/2020: 10 year green card received
 
 
N400
5/21/2019: Filed Online
5/21/2019: NOA1 Date
6/13/2019: Biometrics Appt
2/27/2020: Citizenship Interview
4/7/2020: In queue for Oath Ceremony to be scheduled
6/19/2020: Notice Oath Ceremony scheduled
7/8/2020: Oath Ceremony (Houston)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: France
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I just checked my email and received my husband's welcome letter with case number!!! Woohoo!!! I wish I knew how to do a cartwheel because I would do them down my work hallway!! LOL Wishing everyone a speedy process! Thanks to everyone here on VJ for all of their support and encouragement!

Congrats! Would be able to find out exactly when your case # was assigned? We're trying to obtain ours asap and I was told that the NVC welcome email is about a week late from the actual day the number is assigned.

From Saylin's NVC wiki:

How to Find Out WHEN Your Case Number was Assigned

For those that don't call every single day and want to know exactly what date their case number was assigned, there's an easy way to find out that simply involves looking at your case number. The first three letters are the three-letter consulate/embassy code. The next four numbers are the year the case number was assigned. The next three numbers are the Julian date it was assigned, plus 500. And finally, the last three numbers are the sequential order of when it was assigned that date.

For example: MTL2014815162. Let's put some lines in to divide it up. So: MTL|2014|815|162. This means that this case is going through Montreal and the number was assigned on November 11th, 2014, and it was the 162nd case that day to be assigned a number.


 

I am the beneficiary.
USCIS
12/20/2013 ... I-130 sent from France to Chicago lockbox
12/23/2013 ... I-130 received
12/27/2013 ... NOA1 email received
01/07/2014 ... I-797C receipt received: Nebraska Service Center, Priority Date: December 23, 2013
06/06/2014 ... "Alien Registration Number Change" email received
07/23/2014 ... e-Request filed. 7 months since NOA1!!!
08/07/2014 ... e-Request response: Security checks still pending
09/15/2014 ... After various requests NSC email received stating that petition is "assigned to an officer" ... Going on 9 months since NOA1
09/24/2014 ... I-130 FINALLY APPROVED!!! ... After 9 months and 1 day
10/15/2014 ... Case shipped to NVC, three weeks after NOA2

NVC
10/28/2014 ... NVC received
11/18/2014 ... Case # and IIN assigned
12/02/2014 ... NVC welcome email received
12/31/2014 ... AOS and IV packages received at NVC - Scan Date
03/05/2015 ... 3 N/As - CASE COMPLETE!!!
03/11/2015 ... P4 email received

Consulate
04/15/2015 ... Interview - APPROVED!!!

POE

06/21/2015 ... Brooklyn Red Hook Terminal. Unbelievable feeling.

 

N-400

11/07/2020 ... Filed online

11/07/2020 ... Priority Date on paper NOA

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Jamaica
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Congrats! Would be able to find out exactly when your case # was assigned? We're trying to obtain ours asap and I was told that the NVC welcome email is about a week late from the actual day the number is assigned.

From Saylin's NVC wiki:

How to Find Out WHEN Your Case Number was Assigned

For those that don't call every single day and want to know exactly what date their case number was assigned, there's an easy way to find out that simply involves looking at your case number. The first three letters are the three-letter consulate/embassy code. The next four numbers are the year the case number was assigned. The next three numbers are the Julian date it was assigned, plus 500. And finally, the last three numbers are the sequential order of when it was assigned that date.

For example: MTL2014815162. Let's put some lines in to divide it up. So: MTL|2014|815|162. This means that this case is going through Montreal and the number was assigned on November 11th, 2014, and it was the 162nd case that day to be assigned a number.

Our case date is November 6, 2014. I received the email November 10th. Wishing you a quick journey!!

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: France
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Our case date is November 6, 2014. I received the email November 10th. Wishing you a quick journey!!

Perfect! Thanks ;)


 

I am the beneficiary.
USCIS
12/20/2013 ... I-130 sent from France to Chicago lockbox
12/23/2013 ... I-130 received
12/27/2013 ... NOA1 email received
01/07/2014 ... I-797C receipt received: Nebraska Service Center, Priority Date: December 23, 2013
06/06/2014 ... "Alien Registration Number Change" email received
07/23/2014 ... e-Request filed. 7 months since NOA1!!!
08/07/2014 ... e-Request response: Security checks still pending
09/15/2014 ... After various requests NSC email received stating that petition is "assigned to an officer" ... Going on 9 months since NOA1
09/24/2014 ... I-130 FINALLY APPROVED!!! ... After 9 months and 1 day
10/15/2014 ... Case shipped to NVC, three weeks after NOA2

NVC
10/28/2014 ... NVC received
11/18/2014 ... Case # and IIN assigned
12/02/2014 ... NVC welcome email received
12/31/2014 ... AOS and IV packages received at NVC - Scan Date
03/05/2015 ... 3 N/As - CASE COMPLETE!!!
03/11/2015 ... P4 email received

Consulate
04/15/2015 ... Interview - APPROVED!!!

POE

06/21/2015 ... Brooklyn Red Hook Terminal. Unbelievable feeling.

 

N-400

11/07/2020 ... Filed online

11/07/2020 ... Priority Date on paper NOA

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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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Congrats! Would be able to find out exactly when your case # was assigned? We're trying to obtain ours asap and I was told that the NVC welcome email is about a week late from the actual day the number is assigned.

From Saylin's NVC wiki:

How to Find Out WHEN Your Case Number was Assigned

For those that don't call every single day and want to know exactly what date their case number was assigned, there's an easy way to find out that simply involves looking at your case number. The first three letters are the three-letter consulate/embassy code. The next four numbers are the year the case number was assigned. The next three numbers are the Julian date it was assigned, plus 500. And finally, the last three numbers are the sequential order of when it was assigned that date.

For example: MTL2014815162. Let's put some lines in to divide it up. So: MTL|2014|815|162. This means that this case is going through Montreal and the number was assigned on November 11th, 2014, and it was the 162nd case that day to be assigned a number.

Good Info!


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I just checked my email and received my husband's welcome letter with case number!!! Woohoo!!! I wish I knew how to do a cartwheel because I would do them down my work hallway!! LOL Wishing everyone a speedy process! Thanks to everyone here on VJ for all of their support and encouragement!

How long did it took you to have the case number? Thanks :)

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