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As per Visajourney timelines the California Center is currently processing I129F applications dated May 2019. My NOA1 date is March 4,2019. I did receive an RFE on June 15,2019, my reply was received by them on JUly 23,2019. When may I expect my NOA2 to be sent to the NVC ? Thanks for anyone who may give me some good news and advice.

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Have you tried to call them?

I think it's the best way to find out what happens and make the process move if it is stuck for some reasons.

There is their phone number in Instructions for I-129F.

Good luck!

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