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  1. Turn off the notifications for the case tracker. It's bugged in a way that, when I cannot retrieve the data for a case, it considers it a "change" and therefor an update. Which is obviously incorrect. Your case was most likely not updated.
  2. He doesn't have to respond if he doesn't want to... Just because you're helpful once (or a thousand times) doesn't mean people are going to be okay with arrogant responses like that. If you don't want to give an answer, that I rather have you be quiet than tell someone off and act like they're better than anyone else. But I guess that's just my opinion.
  3. You're such a kind and helpful person... 😂 I guess that "participation level" and "member since date" can really go to your head. Bye!
  4. Thanks. I never questioned your information, I was simply interested in knowing where it comes from and if it's publicly available data. I'm trying to piece together a rough timeline for my own case and if I would know that the Amsterdam consulate has a massive backlog, that would be helpful.
  5. Out of curiosity, where did you get the info that this is common in Montreal? I'm asking, because I'd like to know how this is going to be for me (Amsterdam).
  6. This one probably doesn't help: https://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=328543 NOA2 received 5 months from now? Let me ask this person about the next winning lottery numbers...
  7. So what exactly does he have to lose when trying this? Since USCIS is already aware anyway.
  8. Don't know if this has been posted already, but anyway have fun reading this... https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/hamedaleaziz/uscis-immigration-applications-backlog-ice
  9. Yeah I read what you wrote. You were acting all tough saying how risky you are by sending FU letters to employees, only later adding it to be "snail mail". Don't give that bullshit dude. And don't think your free speech is gonna do anything to help your case, but if that makes you happy go ahead.
  10. Still, that doesn't saying anything at all, whatsoever. Did you read the USCIS reports and see how many cases they're handling at any given time? A handful of approvals says nothing. On top of that, how many people do you hear from that didn't get their K3 denied and I130 approved at the same time? People speak up when they have something to say, otherwise the vast majority stays quiet. Yes, let me know how that works out for you please... What are you gonna do when one of the employees you've sent an email to happens to be handling your case, feels offended and decides to you over in every legal (or even illegal) way possible? Are you gonna stand on front of the Nebraska office with the constitution in one hand an a bullhorn in the other claiming your rights? Look, I get that you're frustrated, we all are. You can do what you wanna do, as long as you realize that some actions have consequences. Hopefully positive ones, but sending USCIS emails directly telling them they suck? I can guarantee you that, if is has any consequences, they will not be good for you. Is it worth it?
  11. The thing is, we can't change the way USCIS works. Whatever their way of processing cases is, we're stuck with it. Yes, we can try change something, but it will only benefit others years from now. Filing for a K3 now is just trying to cut the line. I don't care who's responsibility it is because we all know USCIS has issues. It's all about what matters for us petioners down the line right now.
  12. You're putting more stress on a system that's already miserably failing. Do what you want, I'm out.
  13. I don't know you're trying to convince, but for me it isn't working. It would make sense if you were actually "fighting" USCIS but we all know that's not possible. Instead, you're taking the "every man for himself approach". I'll compare it to sitting and a traffic jam, and seeing people leave the highway only to cut back in again 300 meters further down the road. Yeah it's legal, so go ahead and do it if you feel like it. But I'll still sit there in traffic thinking "what a complete dickhead". You're simply trying to find loopholes to cut the line, ###### over other people in the process.
  14. Chances are this won't help us one bit because it's only for N400 and I485. It's been done regularly, although the last time it was in 2017. https://www.uscis.gov/news/alerts/uscis-aims-decrease-processing-times-n-400-and-i-485
  15. That's interesting. The last time they've transfered any I-130 was in February '17. From Nebraska to Potomac and Texas. Ever since it's been only work related (H1B) transfers. That doesn't give much hope to be honest, considering the massive problems they're having with H1B visas and the media attention that creates. Something completely different; I've seen a lot of people writing to their political representatives, which is great. My wife's American and she lives with me abroad, waiting for our CR1 to come through. Does her not living in the US at the moment mean she doesn't have a representative we can approach?
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