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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: India
Timeline

Is there an way to expedite the reviewing process? NVC website says that we must wait 60 days to hear the review decision of the documents. I had made a previously a small mistake on the income part and they asked me to fill I-864 again. I also called them today (Waited more than one hour to connect to an agent) and the agent said I would need to wait another 60 days to hear a decision. Can we pay some kind of fee or request expedite process?Possibly we can get the interview date scheduled ahead?

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I-90 Green Card Timeline

05/29/2014: Applied for I-90, Due to an Name Error.

06/12/2014: Biometrics Appointment

02/13/2015: Green Card Was Ordered To Be Produced

02/20/2015: Green Card Has Been Mailed.(Received Tracking Number)

02/23/2015: Green Card Received With Correct Name

N-400 Citizenship Timeline

07/05/2012 = Eligible to apply for Naturalization based on the 5-year rule (90-days rule applied)

01/11/2015 = Sent N-400 Packet (to Phoenix Lockbox Facility via USPS Certified Mail)

01/15/2015 = N-400 Packet Delivered

01/27/2015 = I-912 Approved

02/02/2015 = NOA1 Received (Priority Date 01/15/2015)

02/07/2015 = Biometrics Letter Received (Bio Set for 02/20/2015)

02/25/2015 = In Line for Interview

04/03/2015 = Interview Completed

--- = Oath Letter Received

04/15/2015 = Oath Ceremony!

 

I-130 Timeline

02/08/2020 - Married

06/02/2020 - Filed I-130 Online

06/02/2020 - NOA1 Received

07/01/2020 - Back to U.S from India 

01/11/2021 - NOA2 Received & Petition Approved

 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Cambodia
Timeline

There is no expedite fee. You can request an expedite on the case but you must submit a valid reason as well as documented proof of said reason. You can find a list of acceptable examples at the NVC website and by using the search function here. You can also find this same question answered. It may seem unfair but there is no "small" mistake. You could have made 50 mistakes or just the 1, it's all the same. Many people have been in the same boat.

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