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It's been 1 month since the Workload Transfer Announcement: What Can We Do?

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As CSC moves into April petitions, TSC is still processing majority September petitions. And # of days between NOA1 and NOA2 is creeping ever consistently towards 240 (8 months).

I think we all need to rally again to force some improvement to processing times.

Let's regroup. What can we do?!

My idea: I saw that people we're using USCIS case status checker to find 129F receipt numbers that share the same digits (except the last two) as their own petitions to gauge what is being worked on.

Maybe we can collect a bunch of these receipt numbers to send to congresspeople showing that in one month there has been no change for petitioners that filed as TSC?

I know that a previous thread identified this information as particularly salient for one congressperson.

What do you guys think?

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The centers fluctuate back and forth on who is going through them faster. Look up the 2012 March filers to see what we had to endure for the Vermont filers. My heart goes out to you... it's such torture. But it will be worth it! You'll soon be together and can later laugh at all of this. Stay strong!!

03/09/12 - NoA1
10/04/12 - NoA2 (210 days)


01/25/13 - NoA1
08/15/13 - NoA2 (199 days)

05/21/15 - NoA1

11/02/15 - NoA2 (164 days)


08/18/16 - NoA1
03/14/17 - Interview

03/16/17 - Oath Ceremony (217 days)

US citizen

Total time start to finish: 5 years, 12 days (1,838 days)


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You cannot change the system. Regardless of what anyone here says. I feel for you and I wish everyone was processed fairly but life is not fair. The same applies to USCIS. It's not fair and it never will be.

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> Almost 2 years of our lives involved with the USCIS/DOS "shuffle" & worth every second of it ! <

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