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What Is A "Touch"

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I know people probably ask this all the time but I see alot of people talking about their applications being "touched" what does this mean and how can I determin whether or not mine has been touched. I have created an account on the USCIS website with both my application numbers, is this where I can see if its been touched?

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You wont get a notification in your email when its been "touched". When your last updated date changes, its been touched. But dont put too much meaning into it. All it means is that the file was scanned into the computer while it was moved from one place to another. Though generally, alot of last updated changes in a row, means that its being worked on.


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I dissagree with the other post before this one. A touch is an awesome way to stay encouraged, assuming you are watching your petition on line.

Our petition was touched 3 days in a row just before it was approved, and that is often a good indication that there is alot of activity on your case.

So keep watching the web site at USCIS, everytime there is a change in the date, that is a touch, and it is all good!

Rob and Melinda


I-129F

Filed New I-129F form with IMBRA June 19, 2006

NOA 1 June 26, 2006

Touched July 3, 2006

I-129F Approved by E mail August 21, 2006, Just 63 Days

NOA 2 for I-129F Received in the Mail August 26th, 2006

I-129F at NVC

Case Number assigned at NVC August 29, 2006 MNL2006XXXXXXXXX

NVC sends the I-129F to the Manila Embassy August 29th, 2006

Embassy in Manila Receives I-129F August 31st, 2006

Packet 4 Received by Melinda from Manila Embassy October 1, 2006

Interview at Us Embassy Manila, October 18, 2006

Visa Approved! Interview Completed.

Visa Delivered by DELBROS October 28th, 2006

October 30, 2006 Arrived back in LAX with Melinda, were going to Disneyland!!!

November 6th, 2006, Melinda and I are back home in Winslow Arizona loving Life!

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I know people probably ask this all the time but I see alot of people talking about their applications being "touched" what does this mean and how can I determin whether or not mine has been touched. I have created an account on the USCIS website with both my application numbers, is this where I can see if its been touched?

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