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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Philippines

Did they put out an updated I-134 yet? The current one expires on 04/30/2007. My wife's interview is in less than 3 weeks. :unsure:

Married on 11/21/06 in her hometown city Tumauini located in the Isabela province (Republic of the Philippines)

I-129 Timeline

12/12/06 - Mailed I-129 package to Chicago Service Center

12/14/06 - Received by Chicago Service Center

12/18/06 - NOA1 notice date from Missouri (NBC)

12/21/06 - NOA1 received in mail

12/27, 12/29, 12/31 - Touches

01/06/07 - Transfered to California Service Center

01/11/07 - Arrived at California Service Center

1/12, 1/16, 1/17, 2/6 - Touches

02/06/07 - NOA2 from California Service Center

02/11/07 - Received NOA2 in mail

02/15/07 - Arrived at the NVC - MNL case # assigned

02/20/07 - Sent to US Embassy in Manila

02/26/07 - Received at Embassy

03/30/07 - Packet 4 received

05/09/07 - Medical scheduled (did early)

05/16/07 - Interview

05/23/07 - Visa Delivered

05/25/07 - POE in Newark, NJ

I-130 Timeline

11/27/06 - Mailed I-130 package to Texas Service Center

11/29/06 - Package received by Texas Service Center

12/06/06 - NOA1 notice date from California Service Center

12/09/06 - Touch

12/11/06 - NOA1 received in mail

02/06/07 - NOA2 from California Service Center

02/11/07 - Received NOA2 in mail (I-130 held at CSC)


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Scotland

From the website [source]:

Notice: U.S.Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has improved the reporting procedure for processing times of immigration benefit applications. In the past, USCIS benefit processing reports indicated the specific type of applications or petitions that were being processed and the date the cases were received. However, the date the case was received did not provide a clear indication of when USCIS expected to complete the case, nor did it provide a clear indication of USCIS’ commitment to process cases within a certain cycle time. It also did not align with the processing times and cycle times the agency reports in other contexts.

This improved reporting procedure is an effort to give our customers more accurate information that better reflects current processing time and USCIS service level commitments. Effective immediately, when we are completing applications and petitions within our service level goals we will report that as the processing time. For example, when our service level goal is to process a particular kind of case within six months, and if our processing time is six months or less, we will show a date consistent with our service level goal because that reflects our commitment.

When we are not meeting our service level goal, the date posted will reflect the filing date of cases that are being completed. It should be noted that while in some instances reported processing dates may appear to have regressed due to this change, they do not reflect a lengthening of USCIS processing times, but simply the change in reporting. Our goal is to provide accurate projections and thus give customers clear expectations as to what they can expect as a processing time.

This is the same information as on the San Bernadino website and I can imagine is on the others as well. So while the dates may not look like what you expect, the way they report the dates has changed.

Hope that helps

2005 August 27th Happily Married

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
thay update the site to day 26 april and the put 18april , the put old date

I noticed that too - it definitely said "15th March" up until today! I think they just put the next month irrespective of what they're processing anyway. According to the timelines on here etc, they're up to end of Dec, poss even some Jan filers at the moment.

Met Online: June 2005

First met in person: November 2005

2nd Meeting: March 2006

Decided to marry: May 2006

3rd Meeting: June 2006

4th Meeting: December 2006

Filed for K1: Jan 2007

NOA1: 5th Feb 2007

NOA2: 1st May 2007

Left NVC 15th May 2007

Packet 3 rec: 26th May 2007

Packet 3 posted: 29th May 2007

Medical: 14th June 2007

Packet 4: 23rd June 2007

Interview Date: 31st August 2007

Wedding: 11th Nov 2007 (woo-hoo)

AOS (&I-765) sent: Feb 29th 08

RFE: March 08

AOS Transferred to CSC: April 08


AOS APPROVED: May 22nd 08 - card production ordered! Hoorah!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
thay update the site to day 26 april and the put 18april , the put old date

They posted it on the website on the 26th but it is as of the 18th.... It just took a week to get it out on the site...


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand

The dates are a bunch of bulls--t anyway.






08/21/07-POE LAX!!!



10/29/07-All, (three) NOA1's received in the mail!

11/20/07-Biometric's Appointment/Complied with..no problems

12/18/07-NOA for interview appointment...02/12/08

01/04/08-Recieved EAD card and AP in the US mail!


02/28/08-Green Card arrived in mail.

Removal of Conditions:

11/12/09-Mailed I-751 package

11/23/09-NOA 1

01/21/10-USCIS confirms no Biometrics

02/16/10-Card Production ordered

02/27/10-Green Card arrived!

N-400 Naturalization Citizenship:

12/12/2014-N-400 Package received by Lewisville Lockbox

12/18/2014-I-797C NOA received in mail; sent in old version of N-400

01/02/2014-USCIS Lewisville Received Package

01/06/2014-Checked Cashed

01/12/2014-Email from USCIS Receipt of Package

02/03/15-Biometrics Completed

02/04/15-USCIS notice of scheduling Interview

02/24/15-Interview scheduled for 03/31/2015

03/31/2015-Interview>Went Very well!


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Finland

You know, it'd be nice if the USCIS would actually do something useful and customer-service-y like having a long list of all the peititions that have been filed, such as I-130s, the NOA1 dates and the approval dates on them...then, like a wave, we could see where they're at and where they're going next.

It'd be a lot more informative and reassuring, not to mention the fact us "customers" would be able to plan out our lives better. I-130s from ____ month not going to be approved for a while? Maybe I will go live in my husband's country, or go ahead and file for a K-3, etc, etc.

For detailed timeline, see member timeline data.

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I wish that they could at least let someone know when paperwork has been received. I sent in RFE info over a month ago, and I still have no idea if they have it or what...

Thom n Elena

Arrived Grand Rapids 12/13/06

Finally Home

Married 12/28/06 Husband and Wife finally


Card Received 7/23/07

Aleksandr arrives 8/29/07 7 lbs 19in


Filed April 21, Received NOA May 5,2009

Biometrics 7/7/2009

Biometrics Cancelled 6/29/09

Reschedule 7/22/09

Biometrics complete only 2 people in office wifey done in 15 min

Letter received New LPR Card in 60 days WOOHOO!!!!

LPR Card Received

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