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Estimated completion time vs Estimate Wait time... Whats the difference between the both?

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Hey all. Hope all is well with everyone and that you and your families are safe. Not sure if this question was answered before on this forum but i was wondering if there is a difference between both times. Does the wait time mean that i have to wait that long till the next step to be taken on my case or does it the wait time fall inline with with the estimated case completion timeline?

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On 6/8/2020 at 4:01 PM, Comic said:

Hey all. Hope all is well with everyone and that you and your families are safe. Not sure if this question was answered before on this forum but i was wondering if there is a difference between both times. Does the wait time mean that i have to wait that long till the next step to be taken on my case or does it the wait time fall inline with with the estimated case completion timeline?

I think the wait time is when you case will be completed. but with these circumstances nothing became measurable anymore. Mine was April and i just got the oath ceremony finally.

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4 minutes ago, winouiss said:

I think the wait time is when you case will be completed. but with these circumstances nothing became measurable anymore. Mine was April and i just got the oath ceremony finally.

So true, because with all the cancellations i expect things to be delayed a lot if it wasn't already so to begin with

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6 minutes ago, Comic said:

So true, because with all the cancellations i expect things to be delayed a lot if it wasn't already so to begin with

Exactly idk which step you are in now you just have to have patience and wait, I actually just got notification about my oath ceremony finally :) I think they are working on cases now

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