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I have this question too. I’m hoping someone who has an actual IOE receipt number can answer the question instead of everyone who is allocated an particular service Center just says “it’s on the receipt” because IOE is different to Texas/Potomac/Nebraska and it’s not allocated the same way.

 

So if anyone has an IOE receipt for their NOA1 can you help??

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Yup its in the NOA1. Not in the text message but in the mailed paper. Its in the bottom. I got an IOE receipt Texas Service Center. From what I "heard", approval time is faster. Hope thats true for all of us.


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January 5, 2019  Submitted N400 Application, filed online

February 1, 2019 -  Biometrics Appointment

April 11, 2019 Interview(PASSED!!!!!!!!!!:dance:)

June 19, 2019 -  Oath Ceremony :dance:

I-130

June 26, 2019 - I-130 Mailed to Phoenix Lockbox

July 5, 2019 - NOA1 via text (IOE receipt)

 - NOA2 (APPROVAL)

NVC

 - NVC Received

 - Case # assigned / DS-261 completed

 - AOS fee invoiced and paid

 - AOS+IV packages mailed

 - AOS+IV packages received (scan date)

 - DS-260 available online and submitted

- Case Complete 

Embassy

 - Scheduled interview

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53 minutes ago, Yumburger said:

Yup its in the NOA1. Not in the text message but in the mailed paper. Its in the bottom. I got an IOE receipt Texas Service Center. From what I "heard", approval time is faster. Hope thats true for all of us.

Thank you for confirming that!! Waiting eagerly for the paper copy now and keeping fingers crossed for Texas or Potomac too 

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3 hours ago, Yumburger said:

Yup its in the NOA1. Not in the text message but in the mailed paper. Its in the bottom. I got an IOE receipt Texas Service Center. From what I "heard", approval time is faster. Hope thats true for all of us.

@Yumburger congrats on becoming a US citizen and for your quick I-130 approval. How was is it that you got approve so fast? I mean I too have a IOE receipt number and I filed in March and my case was sent to the Texas Service Center. I know it hasn't even been 4 months, but when I saw your timeline, I was like WAO I need to know if they expedited the process or how was it that it got approve so fast?

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9 hours ago, Clark & Lora said:

Just Got my Hard Copy 4 days after NOA1 text confirmation.. I got Nebraska Service center.. I'm crying 

Do they send you via post or email! I also received a text on July 9th and we sent the packet on July 2nd. It says “your case was received. Receipt# IOExxxxx. Official receipt notice to follow in mail. Haven’t received anything after that. I am wondering which center is it going to be.

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12 hours ago, Clark & Lora said:

Just Got my Hard Copy 4 days after NOA1 text confirmation.. I got Nebraska Service center.. I'm crying 

If people are right in saying that IOE receipts are processed faster, hopefully the service Center won’t matter so much ..... fingers crossed for you. We got the text on Friday so still waiting on the hard copy.

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3 hours ago, PoojaCh said:

Do they send you via post or email! I also received a text on July 9th and we sent the packet on July 2nd. It says “your case was received. Receipt# IOExxxxx. Official receipt notice to follow in mail. Haven’t received anything after that. I am wondering which center is it going to be.

Check your Mail Box, it should be in your mail box 

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On 7/15/2019 at 8:10 PM, Yumburger said:

Yup its in the NOA1. Not in the text message but in the mailed paper. Its in the bottom. I got an IOE receipt Texas Service Center. From what I "heard", approval time is faster. Hope thats true for all of us.

Me to I got IOE receipt number but in the noa1 it's Texas 

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On 7/15/2019 at 3:16 PM, JudithnFranki19 said:

@Yumburger congrats on becoming a US citizen and for your quick I-130 approval. How was is it that you got approve so fast? I mean I too have a IOE receipt number and I filed in March and my case was sent to the Texas Service Center. I know it hasn't even been 4 months, but when I saw your timeline, I was like WAO I need to know if they expedited the process or how was it that it got approve so fast?

I think you got it wrong. I'm not approved yet. Still waiting for NOA2.


US. Citizenship

January 5, 2019  Submitted N400 Application, filed online

February 1, 2019 -  Biometrics Appointment

April 11, 2019 Interview(PASSED!!!!!!!!!!:dance:)

June 19, 2019 -  Oath Ceremony :dance:

I-130

June 26, 2019 - I-130 Mailed to Phoenix Lockbox

July 5, 2019 - NOA1 via text (IOE receipt)

 - NOA2 (APPROVAL)

NVC

 - NVC Received

 - Case # assigned / DS-261 completed

 - AOS fee invoiced and paid

 - AOS+IV packages mailed

 - AOS+IV packages received (scan date)

 - DS-260 available online and submitted

- Case Complete 

Embassy

 - Scheduled interview

- Interview, approved!

- Visa received

 - PORT OF ENTRY! ✈️👩‍❤️‍💋‍👨

 

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Oh haha I thought that the (approval) in parantheses meant that you had gotten your NOA2, but now I see that there is no date beside it. SORRY!!! It seems like we'll continue with the wait. Best of luck!

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On 7/15/2019 at 3:10 PM, Yumburger said:

Yup its in the NOA1. Not in the text message but in the mailed paper. Its in the bottom. I got an IOE receipt Texas Service Center. From what I "heard", approval time is faster. Hope thats true for all of us.

Approval time is faster in Texas? Or in general IOE approval time is faster than others? 

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