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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Romania
Timeline

Looks like USCIS published the report for Q2. You can check it out HERE

 

I-751 RECEIVED: 42,392

I-751 APPROVED: 53,060

I-751 DENIED: 1,481

I-751 PENDING: 242,455

Looks like 90,58% of the I-751 processed were approved. 


N-400/Naturalization application

Spoiler

·         10/30/2019 - Filed N-400 Online - Case Was Received and A Receipt Notice Was Emailed

·         10/31/2019 - NOA 1 dated October 30 available online

·         11/02/2019 - Status Changed to Biometrics Appointment Was Scheduled

·         11/04/2019 - NOA 1 dated October 30 in the mail

·         11/04/2019 - Biometrics Appointment notice dated November 1 available online

·         11/08/2019 - Biometrics Appointment notice dated November 1 in the mail

·         11/21/2019 - Biometrics Appointment

·         11/21/2019 - Status Changed to Case Is Being Actively Reviewed By USCIS

·         12/30/2019 - Status Changed to Interview Was Scheduled

·         12/31/2019 - Interview notice dated December 30 available online

·         01/06/2020 - Interview notice dated December 30 in the mail

·         02/06/2020 - Interview at local USCIS Office - APPROVED

·         02/06/2020 - Status Changed to Oath Ceremony Will Be Scheduled

·         02/12/2020 - Status Changed to Oath Ceremony Notice Was Mailed

·         02/13/2020 - Naturalization notice dated February 12 available online

·         02/18/2020 - Naturalization notice dated February 12 in the mail

·         03/11/2020 - Naturalization Ceremony - US CITIZEN!

·         03/11/2020 - Status Changed to Certificate Of Naturalization Was Issued

US Passport application

·         03/11/2020 - Applied for US Passport at local USPS with expedite service

·         03/16/2020 - Received email that Application is In Process

·         03/17/2020 - Check was cashed

·         03/23/2020 - Received email that Application is Approved

·         03/26/2020 - Received the Passport Book in the mail

·         03/27/2020 - Received the Certificate of Naturalization in the mail

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This is how I calculate approval rate:

 

Approved   53,060

Denied          1481

Total Adjudicated = 54541

 

53060/54541 =  97.2% approved

Edited by missileman

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Romania
Timeline
10 minutes ago, missileman said:

Approved   53,060

Denied          1481

Total Adjudicated = 54541

 

53060/54541 =  97.2% approved

Actually you are right. I calculated forms received with forms approved, YTD

 

97,28 approved for Q2.

 

YEAR TO DATE:

APPROVED: 95,361

DENIED: 2771

95361/98,132 = 97,17%

NOT BAD

Edited by alexpop13
math was off

N-400/Naturalization application

Spoiler

·         10/30/2019 - Filed N-400 Online - Case Was Received and A Receipt Notice Was Emailed

·         10/31/2019 - NOA 1 dated October 30 available online

·         11/02/2019 - Status Changed to Biometrics Appointment Was Scheduled

·         11/04/2019 - NOA 1 dated October 30 in the mail

·         11/04/2019 - Biometrics Appointment notice dated November 1 available online

·         11/08/2019 - Biometrics Appointment notice dated November 1 in the mail

·         11/21/2019 - Biometrics Appointment

·         11/21/2019 - Status Changed to Case Is Being Actively Reviewed By USCIS

·         12/30/2019 - Status Changed to Interview Was Scheduled

·         12/31/2019 - Interview notice dated December 30 available online

·         01/06/2020 - Interview notice dated December 30 in the mail

·         02/06/2020 - Interview at local USCIS Office - APPROVED

·         02/06/2020 - Status Changed to Oath Ceremony Will Be Scheduled

·         02/12/2020 - Status Changed to Oath Ceremony Notice Was Mailed

·         02/13/2020 - Naturalization notice dated February 12 available online

·         02/18/2020 - Naturalization notice dated February 12 in the mail

·         03/11/2020 - Naturalization Ceremony - US CITIZEN!

·         03/11/2020 - Status Changed to Certificate Of Naturalization Was Issued

US Passport application

·         03/11/2020 - Applied for US Passport at local USPS with expedite service

·         03/16/2020 - Received email that Application is In Process

·         03/17/2020 - Check was cashed

·         03/23/2020 - Received email that Application is Approved

·         03/26/2020 - Received the Passport Book in the mail

·         03/27/2020 - Received the Certificate of Naturalization in the mail

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: India
Timeline

Whatever the case, it seems like they are adjudicating more than what they are receiving. That is a welcome sight.


Timeline Info below:

Spoiler

04/21/16 -- Marriage

----- CR1 Process -----

USCIS Stage [222 days from NOA1]

06/08/16 -- Sent I-130

01/31/17 -- I-130 petition sent to NVC [Received Email notification and MyUscis status update]

NVC Stage [105 days from NOA2]

Embassy/Consulate (Interview) Stage [43 days from Case Complete to Visa in Hand]

05/18/17 -- Consulate Received. CEAC Case status changed to "Ready"

06/01/17 -- Medical Examination [Complete. It took around 2 hours. Total Cost INR 11650 for Surat City Apollo Clinic]

06/12/17 -- Biometric (OFC) Appointment

06/13/17 -- Interview [7:30 AM at Mumbai, India]. Visa Approved

06/15/17 -- Visa in hand

06/21/17 -- POE at DFW (Dallas, Texas)

----- Removal of Condition -----

Removal of Condition (I-751) [TBD]

06/18/2019 -- Sent the package (3 Days before GC expires, cutting it close). Sent to Lewisville, TX via FedEx Ground

06/19/2019 -- Package received at around 9:30 AM (Hoping I don't get rejected for missing deadline)

06/24/2019 -- Card was charged with $680 fees. Text Message received confirming Receipt. Case routed to NBC (Case Number starts with 'MSC')

06/28/2019 -- NOA Hard Copy & 18 Months Extension Letter Received in Mail with NOA Date as 06/19/2019

07/12/2019 -- Biomentrics Appointment Letter received. The Letter is Dated 7/5/2019. Appointment is on 7/22/2019

07/22/2019 -- Biometrics Appointment Complete

 

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YTD:

Total Adjudicated = 98132

Approved =                95361

Approval rate =  97.2% 

 

 


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Retired IT Professional, Software Developer, Database Manager

 

 

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If you then assume that 75% of denials are later appealed and approved, then the approval rate climbs to even higher........thus, I contend that I-751 should be eliminated completely.

Edited by missileman

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Retired Registered Nurse with practice in Labor/Delivery, Home Health, Adolescent Psych, Adult Psych

Retired IT Professional, Software Developer, Database Manager

 

 

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14 minutes ago, NikLR said:

Or should be more strict. For instance in Canada if you're married less than 2 years when you immigrate, and are no longer living together in marital union after 2 years (or don't have kid) then you are denied PR status and must return home. They eliminated the divorce waiver aspect. 

WOW!!!!   That would certainly push the denial rate up a few points.......at least here on VJ......

Edited by missileman

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Retired IT Professional, Software Developer, Database Manager

 

 

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16 minutes ago, NikLR said:

Or should be more strict. For instance in Canada if you're married less than 2 years when you immigrate, and are no longer living together in marital union after 2 years (or don't have kid) then you are denied PR status and must return home. They eliminated the divorce waiver aspect. 

That would be really hard, and I hope that will never be the case for US. Not sure if the marriage law is different in Canada. I'm in the middle of a divorce (no fault State), and there's literally nothing I can do to save the marriage although I still want to be with my husband... If that is the case in the US, I would be devastated losing my loved one, *and* having to leave the country where I've established a career and life.. 

 

And.. Yep, 97.2% is pretty good. I think Q1 or 20418 Q4 was around 95%.

Edited by sherriJoy

~ ROC in Process ~

10/25/2018: I-751 Filed Jointly 

12/06/2018: NOA 18-month Extension Letter

07/01/2019: Bio Appointment

07/23/2019: Divorce Finalized

08/10/2019: Package sent to switch to Divorce Waiver

8/20/2019: Status Update "CARD PRODUCTION" 

8/28/2019: 10yr Green Card on Hand

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18 minutes ago, NikLR said:

Or should be more strict. For instance in Canada if you're married less than 2 years when you immigrate, and are no longer living together in marital union after 2 years (or don't have kid) then you are denied PR status and must return home. They eliminated the divorce waiver aspect. 

I like statistics.......I would like to see the stats regarding I-751 divorce waivers here in the US.......


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      :idea:MSC (National Benefits Center) I-751 filers- Please add your data :idea:                          https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Id1duRRByZHJmhEzl9N25GqwzcnUyLCR4e4N9W6zGLg/edit#gid=0

 

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Retired Registered Nurse with practice in Labor/Delivery, Home Health, Adolescent Psych, Adult Psych

Retired IT Professional, Software Developer, Database Manager

 

 

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22 minutes ago, sherriJoy said:

That would be really hard, and I hope that will never be the case for US. Not sure if the marriage law is different in Canada. I'm in the middle of a divorce (no fault State), and there's literally nothing I can do to save the marriage although I still want to be with my husband... If that is the case in the US, I would be devastated losing my loved one, *and* having to leave the country where I've established a career and life.. 

 

And.. Yep, 97.2% is pretty good. I think Q1 or 20418 Q4 was around 95%.

Personally I wouldn't live here without my spouse. But I am from Canada so I can assume that people don't want to go home for a variety of reasons.  I can always restart a career. I did it moving here afterall. 


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: India
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41 minutes ago, NikLR said:

Or should be more strict. For instance in Canada if you're married less than 2 years when you immigrate, and are no longer living together in marital union after 2 years (or don't have kid) then you are denied PR status and must return home. They eliminated the divorce waiver aspect. 

Agreed with everything but the children aspect. I don't think just because someone doesn't have kids for 2 years after getting married, that means ill-intent. There are lots of reasons to not have kids for more than 2 years. Some couples can't conceive for years.


Timeline Info below:

Spoiler

04/21/16 -- Marriage

----- CR1 Process -----

USCIS Stage [222 days from NOA1]

06/08/16 -- Sent I-130

01/31/17 -- I-130 petition sent to NVC [Received Email notification and MyUscis status update]

NVC Stage [105 days from NOA2]

Embassy/Consulate (Interview) Stage [43 days from Case Complete to Visa in Hand]

05/18/17 -- Consulate Received. CEAC Case status changed to "Ready"

06/01/17 -- Medical Examination [Complete. It took around 2 hours. Total Cost INR 11650 for Surat City Apollo Clinic]

06/12/17 -- Biometric (OFC) Appointment

06/13/17 -- Interview [7:30 AM at Mumbai, India]. Visa Approved

06/15/17 -- Visa in hand

06/21/17 -- POE at DFW (Dallas, Texas)

----- Removal of Condition -----

Removal of Condition (I-751) [TBD]

06/18/2019 -- Sent the package (3 Days before GC expires, cutting it close). Sent to Lewisville, TX via FedEx Ground

06/19/2019 -- Package received at around 9:30 AM (Hoping I don't get rejected for missing deadline)

06/24/2019 -- Card was charged with $680 fees. Text Message received confirming Receipt. Case routed to NBC (Case Number starts with 'MSC')

06/28/2019 -- NOA Hard Copy & 18 Months Extension Letter Received in Mail with NOA Date as 06/19/2019

07/12/2019 -- Biomentrics Appointment Letter received. The Letter is Dated 7/5/2019. Appointment is on 7/22/2019

07/22/2019 -- Biometrics Appointment Complete

 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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1 hour ago, NikLR said:

Or should be more strict. For instance in Canada if you're married less than 2 years when you immigrate, and are no longer living together in marital union after 2 years (or don't have kid) then you are denied PR status and must return home. They eliminated the divorce waiver aspect. 

Yeah, no. I lived in the US for 8 years before becoming a permanent resident through marriage AOS, all of it legally, and divorced before ROC. Are you saying I should've gone home?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: New Zealand
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2 hours ago, Tanish said:

Agreed with everything but the children aspect. I don't think just because someone doesn't have kids for 2 years after getting married, that means ill-intent. There are lots of reasons to not have kids for more than 2 years. Some couples can't conceive for years.

And some do not want to have kids, or are too old, etc.  Those marriages are no less valid.

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1 hour ago, Mollie09 said:

Yeah, no. I lived in the US for 8 years before becoming a permanent resident through marriage AOS, all of it legally, and divorced before ROC. Are you saying I should've gone home?

Legally resided with work visa or DACA? 


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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