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Has anyone heard about any recent changes regarding Potomac I -130 processing? It looked like it takes approximately 4 months to get NOA 2, is that still true? I filed mid April and expected adjudication by mid August, now it's showing January - Feb 2020

I'd appreciate any relevant info 

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2 hours ago, girl1980 said:

Has anyone heard about any recent changes regarding Potomac I -130 processing? It looked like it takes approximately 4 months to get NOA 2, is that still true? I filed mid April and expected adjudication by mid August, now it's showing January - Feb 2020

I'd appreciate any relevant info 

We filed 08/2018 and we are still awaiting to get the NOA2.  I done 2 case inquiries to USCIS, our attorneys office has also send out requests for status and I have also involved my Congress and still nothing.   We are just 3 weeks away from it being 1 year since we filed.

 

Good luck...


 

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49 minutes ago, Jaz & JP said:

We filed 08/2018 and we are still awaiting to get the NOA2.  I done 2 case inquiries to USCIS, our attorneys office has also send out requests for status and I have also involved my Congress and still nothing.   We are just 3 weeks away from it being 1 year since we filed.

 

Good luck...

That's so awful, I'm sorry! Hope you get a decision soon!

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Yeah, my estimate has changed to April-August 2020 from November 2019 overnight. It's based on VJ user data so I'm hoping someone just entered a rogue timeline that skewed the data? That's a BIG overnight jump. 

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36 minutes ago, ayestaci said:

Yeah, my estimate has changed to April-August 2020 from November 2019 overnight. It's based on VJ user data so I'm hoping someone just entered a rogue timeline that skewed the data? That's a BIG overnight jump. 

I hope so!

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April 22, 2011: Mailed I-130 to Chicago
April 28, 2011: Received NOA1 via text/email, file routed to CSC (priority date April 25th)
April 29, 2011: Updated
May 3, 2011: Received NOA1 hardcopy in mail
July 26, 2011: Received NOA2 via text/email!!!
July 30, 2011: Received NOA2 hardcopy in mail
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13 hours ago, Jaz & JP said:

We filed 08/2018 and we are still awaiting to get the NOA2.  I done 2 case inquiries to USCIS, our attorneys office has also send out requests for status and I have also involved my Congress and still nothing.   We are just 3 weeks away from it being 1 year since we filed.

 

Good luck...

The approval period is supposed to be 6.5 months in potomac

Does this mean that the estimates on the official website are wrong?


 

 

 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
Edited by Mo Salah1

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Hello all I just called them this morning because I got a RFE for my marriage cert and sent it back quick. I see some people within days or weeks get their NOA2. Well me not so lucky because i didn't call or bother then until July 5th 61 days after my RFE. i called then they told me another 15-30 days ok no problem don't mind waiting give me time to get what i need together and funds being im applying for my husband and our 2 daughters. Well this morning makes 76 days passed so i told the lady i am not understanding if your paper is telling me 60 days and it 76 why haven't i heard anything. She said well you can look up the processing time online i told her i did that and still was clueless. she told me she didn't see in the system that they will need anything more and i am waiting to be assigned to an approval officer and she said the time frame for them to get a person on it is 6 1/2 to 8 1/2 months and since i'm at my 6 months now im just waiting. She told me to keep checking because it can change anywhere from now  and the 8 1/2. I hope this can help someone if they are waiting as well. 

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