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Hey everyone,

Quick question and sorry if it had already been answered in another post. I did do a number of searches but could not find the answer ?

Ok so we are just getting the same message on the USCIS website just stating

On April 6, 2015, we received your Form I-130, Immigrant Petition for Relative, Fiance(E), or Orphan, Receipt Number LIN**********, and sent you the receipt notice that describes how we will process your case. Please follow the instructions in the notice. If you do not receive your receipt notice by May 6, 2015, please call Customer Service at 1-800-375-5283. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address.

Will this ever change? Is anyone looking at our case?

It states on the website

NOTE: We are actively processing your case if, in the past 60 days, you:

Received a notice from us about your case,

Responded to a request for evidence, OR

Received an online update to your case status.

But what happens after 60days and no update on the message as it says you can't submit a service request until 6 months has passed.

Can anyone advise?

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this will change after approval.

but call USCIS every month at least once .. n look out for post , email or SMS from USCIS

ur case is with Nebraska - 6 months from noa 1 to noa2

patience is key.. we all r in same boat .. study abt nvc n prepare paper so once u reach nvc u can be bit faster coz ur ready ... cheers

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Moved from IR-1/CR-1 Process & Procedures to USCIS Service Centers forum; topic is about the case status section of the USCIS website which is applicable to multiple processes.

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September 23, 2013: Received NOA1 in mail (receipt date September 19th)

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Ok well husband works days and will have to wait until his day off to call as I understand I'm not allowed to call??

Anyway I emailed them and I got two responses

Your receipt date was April 10 - Minimum processing time for I-130's is 5-6 months without complications. You will not receive further correspondence. If after 5 months you have not received a Request for Evidence (RFE) or decision you may contact the National Customer Service Center (NCSC) for case status update. 1-800-375-5283 We receive thousands of applications every day and they are processed in date order.

So I replied to tell them my receipt date is the 6th and not the 10th and asked to see if my case was actually being worked on and here's the second response

Sir, as I said we receive thousands of cases each and every day and they are processed in date order. You have received your USCIS receipt number which indicates your application has been received in the mail room and placed in the queue for processing. If the receipt date is April 6 then that is the receipt date. You will be contacted at some point regarding an appointment to create your biometrics. Other than that you will not receive further information unless a Request for additional Evidence is required. It is imperative that you keep your address up to date in the system. Should you move during the process you must go to our website: www.uscis.gov and complete form AR-11 Change of Address.

So should my husband call? Or just leave it??

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