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My sister, a US citizen filed for my green card in April 2004 (India category), while I was in USA on H1, I moved to Canada and my friend tells me that I should have recd. my green card approval by now.

Everytime I check USCIS status, I see message,  

" Case Was Sent To The Department of State On January 13, 2010, we sent your case, Receipt Number EACXXXXXXXX, to the Department of State for visa processing. Please visit our website for general information on Consular Processing. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address."


1. Should I have recd. an approval by now! If not, why have I not recd. any letter. Who will get the letter, me or my sister.

2. What should be the next steps I take, if indeed that's the case/

Thank you.


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your sister should have received a copy of the approval in 2010, when they said that they sent the approved 130 to NVC, then, between 30 to 60 days she should have received a letter from nvc with your new case number



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