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N400: I did some Maths Wait Time from Biometrics to Interview

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I have gone  through the timelines  (from 2010 till date) for my local office painstakingly and I noticed that the average wait time from biometrics to Interview is approximately 3months and a little change ( less than 2weeks)

however 30% of applicants had one month from biometrics to interview while 15% had > 1 month but < than 3months wait time

 

My question then is asides from workload does the local office have a scheduling software similar to the one the DMV uses for scheduling where the days that are "full" are grayed out or the adjudicating officers just use discretion and throw wait times around???

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19 hours ago, dilip said:

If you get interview in three months, you are lucky that you live under a good local office.    If I were you I would relax and wait for 3 months to get the interview letter.

You know USCIS is very "notorious" for making our minds think weird and crazy stuff during these wait times :rolleyes::goofy:

They got me thinking how in the world do they do the scheduling asides work load? Looks to me like in some instances within a certain month the speed of processing is dependent on work ethic of the officer in charge of a case (Putting in mind all things being equal with cases)

We see the same thing in our everyday life at the place of work, grocery store, state office etc some workers are just generally faster and smarter in dealing with same case compared to others.

Some will get up 1 Million times to go grab coffee, smoke a cigarette, chit chat on facebook, Instagram and all the other BS  SM handles out there when they should be hands on board knocking out jobs

 

Just a rambling takeaway from a waiting lad.

 

 

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