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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Costa Rica
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So I've been snooping around and it seems like Utah is one of those places that's not too relevant to have a thread on it's own so I decided to make one myself! 

Here Utah filers can discuss & share their timelines, progress, issues with their cases, etc. 

I'll start by adding my timeline so far: 

AOS sent: 10/22/2019 

NOA1: 11/06/2019

Biometrics appointment: 12/04/2019 

RFIE: 12/27/2019 

RFIE response sent: 01/07/2020

RFIE received by USCIS: 01/10/2020 

Case is ready to be scheduled for interview: 01/31/2020 

 

Best of success to everyone out there! 

Edited by oflyingbunnyo

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🐇 Sent I-129F: 03/14/2019 

🐇 I-129F NOA1: 03/22/2019 (Received The 18th)

🐇 I-129F NOA2: 06/15/2019 (85 days)

🐇Case transferred to NVC & Case# assigned: 07/10/2019 (25 days) 

🐇 NVC left: 07/23/2019 

🐇 Consulate Received: 07/26/2019 (CEAC switched to ready on the 30th) 

🐇 Interview date: 08/05/2019 (Approved :D:wub:!!!) 

 

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3 hours ago, oflyingbunnyo said:

So I've been snooping around and it seems like Utah is one of those places that's not too relevant to have a thread on it's own so I decided to make one myself! 

Here Utah filers can discuss & share their timelines, progress, issues with their cases, etc. 

I'll start by adding my timeline so far: 

AOS sent: 10/22/2019 

NOA1: 11/06/2019

Biometrics appointment: 12/04/2019 

RFIE: 12/27/2019 

RFIE response sent: 01/07/2020

RFIE received by USCIS: 01/10/2020 

Case is ready to be scheduled for interview: 01/31/2020 

 

Best of success to everyone out there! 

Note that not all Utah filers will be interviewed in SLC. It goes by zipcode and local field office. Some UT filers will be interviewed in other border states based on their location.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Costa Rica
Timeline
32 minutes ago, K1visaHopeful said:

Note that not all Utah filers will be interviewed in SLC. It goes by zipcode and local field office. Some UT filers will be interviewed in other border states based on their location.

Oh really? I didn't know that...

So if I'm close to las vegas than SLC would my interview be in Vegas for example? 

 


Spoiler

 

🐇 Sent I-129F: 03/14/2019 

🐇 I-129F NOA1: 03/22/2019 (Received The 18th)

🐇 I-129F NOA2: 06/15/2019 (85 days)

🐇Case transferred to NVC & Case# assigned: 07/10/2019 (25 days) 

🐇 NVC left: 07/23/2019 

🐇 Consulate Received: 07/26/2019 (CEAC switched to ready on the 30th) 

🐇 Interview date: 08/05/2019 (Approved :D:wub:!!!) 

 

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7 hours ago, oflyingbunnyo said:

Oh really? I didn't know that...

So if I'm close to las vegas than SLC would my interview be in Vegas for example? 

 

It goes by zip code, not always proximity.

https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/find-uscis-office/field-offices

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
Timeline

Also glad to see I’m not alone. We filed in May 2020 and received NOA in late May. We’re still waiting for my husband’s biometric appointment  and hope it happens soon. Has anyone had a biometrics appointment since covid started? I’m just surprised we still haven’t heard anything after 6 months. 

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
Timeline
On 12/7/2020 at 8:16 AM, Misskibbs said:

We did send in an email about 3-4 weeks ago for a status update and were supposed to hear back by dec 3rd. Still nothing, so we wait!

Just an update on our case. We never heard back, but we just got a letter today scheduling my husband’s biometric appointment for Feb 19. Finally feel like something is happening :)

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1 hour ago, Misskibbs said:

Just an update on our case. We never heard back, but we just got a letter today scheduling my husband’s biometric appointment for Feb 19. Finally feel like something is happening :)

Almost 9 months for Biometrics that seems like a long time. I am glad your case is moving guys

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
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4 minutes ago, Danito ut said:

Almost 9 months for Biometrics that seems like a long time. I am glad your case is moving guys

Thanks! Yes, it took forever. Covid has really slowed things down. I hope they can get everything moving quicker. 

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22 minutes ago, Adam_Sep2020 said:

That’s Awesome. I filed in Sept 2020. Same SLC office Received NOA on Oct 2020. I believe it will take me 3-4 months more to receive my Biometrics letter. 

Let us know when you receive it

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