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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Hello,

I have a question regarding my USCIS Receipt Number. This site, and others that I've reviewed, indicate the breakout for the receipt number is as follows:

AAA BB CCC D EEEE

In this format, CCC is supposed to be the working day of the fiscal year the case is received. This leads me to believe the CCC should be represented by a numeric value range of 001 to 365. Well, my CCC value is 909. Could this possibly be an error on the part of the USCIS or are CCC values outside of the 001-365 range common?

Thanks for your inputs.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Hello,

I have a question regarding my USCIS Receipt Number. This site, and others that I've reviewed, indicate the breakout for the receipt number is as follows:

AAA BB CCC D EEEE

In this format, CCC is supposed to be the working day of the fiscal year the case is received. This leads me to believe the CCC should be represented by a numeric value range of 001 to 365. Well, my CCC value is 909. Could this possibly be an error on the part of the USCIS or are CCC values outside of the 001-365 range common?

Thanks for your inputs.

mine is 904. I think you have too much time on your hands :D


K1 Visa Event Date Service Center : Texas Service Center Transferred? No Consulate : Juarez, Mexico

I-129F: Sent 9/5/2014

I-129F: Arrived at Lewisville 9/8/2014

I-129F: NOA1 Text message/mail 9/11/2014

I-129F: Alien Registration Number Changed 9/16/2014

I-129F: Request to correct on document or notice assigned to an officer for response 10/25/2014

I-129F: Name Change request made 10/31/2014

I-129F: Crickets as of today

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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mine is 904. I think you have too much time on your hands :D

Thanks. I started getting a little panic-y after doing a little research on the number break out. I feel a little better about it knowing it's not just me.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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Your 909 is September 9th. :)


Met online October 2010


Engaged December 31st 2011


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USCIS Stage


September 8th 2014 - Filed I-130 with Nebraska Service Center


September 16th 2014 - NOA1 received


March 2nd 2015 - NOA2 received :dancing:



NVC Stage


March 28th 2015 - Choice of agent complete & AOS fee paid


April 17th 2015 - IV fee paid


May 1st 2015 - Sent in IV application


May 12th 2015 - Sent in AOS and IV documents


May 18th 2015 - Scan Date


June 18th 2015 - Checklist received


June 22nd 2015 - Checklist response sent to NVC


June 25th 2015 - Put for Supervisor Review


Sept 15th 2015 - Request help from Texas US Senator Cornyn and his team


Sept 23rd 2015 - Our case is moved from supervisor review to NVC's team for dealing with Senator requests


Nov 4th 2015 - CASE COMPLETE!!!! :dancing:



Embassy Stage


Dec 16th 2015 - Medical exam


Dec 21st 2015 - Interview


Dec 21st 2015 - 221(g) issued at interview for updated forms


Jan 13th 2016 - Mailed our reply to the 221(g) to the US Embassy, received and CEAC updated the next morning


Jan 20th 2016 - Embassy require more in-depth info on asset for i-864


Feb 1st 2016 - Sent more in-depth info on assets as requested. Received the next morning


Feb 16th 2016 - Visa has been issued :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :dancing:



In the US


April 5th 2016 - POE Newark. No questions asked.


April 14th 2016 - SSN received


May 10th 2016 - First day at my new job :dancing:


May 27th 2016 - Green Card received


June 7th 2016 - Got my Texas driver's license

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AAA BB CCC D EEEE

AAA is the letter code of the service center dealing with your petition.

BB is the year, so if you sent in your petition this year it should be 14.

CCC is the work day of the year your petition was received, so 909 becomes September 11th (not 9th like I wrote above) because the 11th is the 9th business day in September

DEEEE is your particular case number


Met online October 2010


Engaged December 31st 2011


heart.gifMarried May 14th 2013 heart.gif



USCIS Stage


September 8th 2014 - Filed I-130 with Nebraska Service Center


September 16th 2014 - NOA1 received


March 2nd 2015 - NOA2 received :dancing:



NVC Stage


March 28th 2015 - Choice of agent complete & AOS fee paid


April 17th 2015 - IV fee paid


May 1st 2015 - Sent in IV application


May 12th 2015 - Sent in AOS and IV documents


May 18th 2015 - Scan Date


June 18th 2015 - Checklist received


June 22nd 2015 - Checklist response sent to NVC


June 25th 2015 - Put for Supervisor Review


Sept 15th 2015 - Request help from Texas US Senator Cornyn and his team


Sept 23rd 2015 - Our case is moved from supervisor review to NVC's team for dealing with Senator requests


Nov 4th 2015 - CASE COMPLETE!!!! :dancing:



Embassy Stage


Dec 16th 2015 - Medical exam


Dec 21st 2015 - Interview


Dec 21st 2015 - 221(g) issued at interview for updated forms


Jan 13th 2016 - Mailed our reply to the 221(g) to the US Embassy, received and CEAC updated the next morning


Jan 20th 2016 - Embassy require more in-depth info on asset for i-864


Feb 1st 2016 - Sent more in-depth info on assets as requested. Received the next morning


Feb 16th 2016 - Visa has been issued :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :dancing: :dancing:



In the US


April 5th 2016 - POE Newark. No questions asked.


April 14th 2016 - SSN received


May 10th 2016 - First day at my new job :dancing:


May 27th 2016 - Green Card received


June 7th 2016 - Got my Texas driver's license

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Your 909 is September 9th. :)

That kind of makes sense, but I got the receipt number in early August and haven't seen anything regarding dates being projected in the receipt number. Also, from what I've read, the format adhears to a three digit number; how would a two digit month and two digit date be represented? :huh:

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mine receipt number is different the first three letters are for Nebraska service center LIN but the next two are 15 and I file my I-30 petition in October of this year. my next three number for working days is 900


ROC
Service Center : Nebraska Service Center
Consulate : Manila, Philippines
Marriage (if applicable): 2014-05-20
I-130 Sent : 2014-10-06
I-130 NOA1 : 2014-10-09
I-130 RFE for NSO copy of marriage certificate: 2014-11-03
I-130 RFE Sent : 2014-11-18
I-130 Approved : 2014-12-07
NVC Received : 2014-12-23
NVC case number: 2015-02-04
Received DS-261 / AOS Bill : 2015-02-04
Pay AOS Bill : 2015-02-05
Submit DS-261 : 2015-02-05
Sent AOS Package : 2015-02-09
Sent IV Package : 2015-02-09
Scan date : 2015-02-10
Receive IV Bill : 2015-03-03
Pay IV Bill : 2015-03-06
Submit DS-260: 2015-3-12
Case Completed at NVC : 2015-03-20
Receive Instruction and Interview appointment letter: 2015-3-27
Medical complete: 2015-04-08
Interview Date : 2015-05-08
Interview Result : Approved
Visa Received : 2015-05-13

Date of US Entry : 2015-06-09
 

Date of Social Security card receive : 06-2015

Date of Green Card received 07-2015

Date of ROC FILE 05-19-2017

 I-751 NOA Date 05-26-2017

   

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mine receipt number is different the first three letters are for Nebraska service center LIN but the next two are 15 and I file my I-30 petition in October of this year. my next three number for working days is 900

I believe it is 15 because october starts the fiscal year .

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~~ moved to USCIS service centers as topic is about USCIS not the IR1/CR1 process~~


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