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Which date should I use for counting processing time?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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We submitted a form 824 in October and it was received November 2, 2020. Due to the backlog at the lockboxes, the date of the NOA1 is January 29, 2021. 

As we are nearing the 6 month mark for the actual submission, should I be expecting action in the next 2 or 3 months, or should I be counting the wait time from the NOA1 date (in which case we have probably a six month wait still)? I'm not getting impatient, just looking to understand what timeline I should be expecting.

 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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29 minutes ago, davidvs said:

We submitted a form 824 in October and it was received November 2, 2020. Due to the backlog at the lockboxes, the date of the NOA1 is January 29, 2021. 

As we are nearing the 6 month mark for the actual submission, should I be expecting action in the next 2 or 3 months, or should I be counting the wait time from the NOA1 date (in which case we have probably a six month wait still)? I'm not getting impatient, just looking to understand what timeline I should be expecting.

 

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Receipt date NOT the notice date


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2 minutes ago, davidvs said:

That's what I thought, just didn't want to get my hopes up.

I think you misunderstood.    Go back and look at your notice.   The receipt date is November and the notice date is January 


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Holy Moley!

I just checked processing times for the I-824... it says 6 to 89 months!

I guess there are different times for different circumstances, but if it is going to take 89 months just to have them send our I-130 to NVC, we might as well resubmit a new I-130 and check the box the lawyer didn't... I must be missing something...image.png.6f5fc1fa096bac0da4eb0471009c4d4c.png

 

 

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