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From 2008 through 2012, USCIS received 946,293 Form I-751 Petitions, or which 879,011 were jointly filed cases, and 67,282 were waiver cases. USCIS service centers granted 749,287 Form i-751 petitions, of which 725,660 were jointly filed cases and 24,627 were waiver cases. Service centers denied 19,513 cases, of which 16,115 were jointly filed cases and 3,398 were waiver cases. Service centers transferred 188,498 cases to field offices for interviews, of which 163,730 were jointly filed cases and 24,768 were waiver cases.

USCIS stated that it does not track data for each waiver ground. USCIS did not provide data on the number of RFE's issued or on the number of cases approved after being interviewed at USCIS field offices.

Source: http://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/cisomb-conditional-residence-recommendation-final-02282013_1.pdf

The above statistics are accompanied by a charge that seems to show that approximately 120,000 cases were transferred in 2008-09, and 60,000 cases in 2010-12. Thus, the proportion of cases transferred for interviews seems to have declined by about 2/3 between 2008-9 and 2010-12.

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