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3 hours ago, CaseyBorne88 said:

July 16th 2018. Still waiting, and very anxiously at that 😄

Same here wonder whats taking so long.

Did you prepare your paperwork yourself?

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18 hours ago, CaseyBorne88 said:

Anything yet? I am checking it 3 times a day it seems. It can be disheartening to see so many people who filed after you getting their approval and having no word yet....😑

OH tell me about it and nothing yet. Im doing the same. Wake up and check it, lunch break check it, before I go to bed check it😐

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:lol:   I actually do remember those days ... very long 5 + months for sure!


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1 hour ago, Chris Duffy said:

It means they are close to adjudicating your visa application is the good news.

True but hasn’t it been taking the California center almost 30+ days to process after an RFE?

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1 minute ago, Hurryupnwait said:

True but hasn’t it been taking the California center almost 30+ days to process after an RFE?

Maybe, but in the world of immigration,  30 days is fast

Just now, Chris Duffy said:

I dont' know I haven't been following, It been few years since I was in the NOA2 stage

But wait a year and you will be 


YMMV

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26 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Maybe, but in the world of immigration,  30 days is fast

But wait a year and you will be 

Yeah I know. But it’s disappointing after seeing everyone from the July filers get there 2s and not rfes I was being very hopeful.

lol especially after everything was prepared by an imagination lawyer. Should have just did the paperwork myself.

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