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USCIS online account - I 130 status explain

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden

It means your case has been touched. It could mean: your case was transferred to another center (a bunch of us got the date change back in Feb 23/24 when they did the mass transfers), you uploaded additional documents and they were added to your file, or someone at USCIS did something to your case (the tier 2 officer I spoke to didn’t specify what preliminary checks they do, but others have said there are background checks; I’d guess they’re checking the validity of your documents).


Overall, it should be a good thing. It’s a sign of movement on your case. Most people tend to get approved within a week of date changes. Others get an approval weeks or months later. Some don’t get a date change at all before getting approved. You’ll just have to wait and see. :)


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