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Igor's Timeline Logic for the K-1 Visa Adjudication

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I would greatly appreciate it if someone could explain the logic behind the timeline, statistically or technologically speaking? I know at 35,000 how it should work, but as I've watched my possible adjudication date move up by almost two weeks over the course of the 10-14 days, I have become extremely curious and highly cautious. My petition is at the TSC so the acceleration, while welcome, has me concerned as I am sure others are as well that have petitions at the TSC for months. I realize that garbage in can generate garbage out (as in if a CSC filer puts in the TSC because they confuse the lockbox with a service center), but what is really driving the sudden movement at this point? I can hypothesize too, but someone must have a good handle on the statistical side of what is going on.



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