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Nebraska service center May 2019 filer

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I would like to know the average total processing time of Nebraska Service Center for cr1 petitioners here from Pakistan?.. Please guide me with the latest times whoever have files in 2018?

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Yea, so for example say we have two different applicants in the same category (ex. US Citizen filing for a SPOUSE):

 

Applicant 1) Receipt Data in March 2019, File sent to Nebraska Service 

Applicant 2) Receipt Data in June 2019, File sent to Vermont Service Center 

 

Considering current processing time being faster in Vermont, even though Applicant 2 applied 3 months later, he/she could get processed before Applicant 1.

 

Am I correct?

 

Does the country of birth of spouse matter?

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