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1 minute ago, Eugenia2017 said:

A Citizen's spouse petitions from Florida can you tell which office they send to process?

Not regionally determined,   you send to the lockbox and they assign based on their criteria 


YMMV

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22 minutes ago, Eugenia2017 said:

If I understand, checking the time to process some big differences between offices

Doesn't matter until you file.   Until then it doesn't get inline.

 

Even if it goes to a slow center, cases will get moved around to help processing times.


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1 hour ago, Eugenia2017 said:

If I understand, checking the time to process some big differences between offices

Yes, but you have no control over this.  File and find out where it goes.  That's the process.


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On 8/14/2019 at 8:35 AM, Eugenia2017 said:

It's true. I will. Thanks 

If you get assigned Nebraska. File for the k-3 visa and you might (not a sure thing but it's an effort) get ahead in the line. Check the progress ir1/cr2 forum for more details. (Sub forum of this one)


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1 hour ago, JMPM said:

If you get assigned Nebraska. File for the k-3 visa and you might (not a sure thing but it's an effort) get ahead in the line. Check the progress ir1/cr2 forum for more details. (Sub forum of this one)

Really bad advice.  K3 is dead, and they've been joining the two petitions and dealing with them the same day for the last 13 years anyway.


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2 hours ago, pushbrk said:

Really bad advice.  K3 is dead, and they've been joining the two petitions and dealing with them the same day for the last 13 years anyway.

Really bad advice to give advice without reading and researching current events pushbrk as noted as said it pushes your i130 petition ahead of the line at Nebraska. Come read what's happening. It's not guaranteed but it's free and possibly shortens waiting. 

 

So as a petitioner if you want your spouse here sooner try it. Yes your k-3 visa will be denied. It cost nothing but the reward potentially will be that your i130 lands on someone's desk and gets approved within a month of filing the i129f for your spouse. Or USCIS Nebraska realizes that their case management queue system has a loop hole and closes it. Take advantage. Or wait 12-15 months. 

 

That's good advice right there. Informed decision making. 

 

Edit  Again it only applies to those assigned to Nebraska. Follow the Nebraska part 4/5 threads in the progress forum. 

Edited by JMPM

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