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About JoeMc

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  1. Same here. I have left my number in the callback for Tier 2 three or four times (including today). They have never called me back.
  2. 152 days here according to the casetracker app. (If I count from the NOA1 notice date it is 142 days.) I need to be more patient.
  3. Still waiting here, too. Let me know when its time to panic. 😄
  4. I agree. Even if I did not understand what each 'milestone' was/meant, seeing that something was being done/accomplished would improve the experience.
  5. I guess this process is a proper introduction to how things work here in the US.....😄 Even better that there is two-step authentication for one of the two websites....
  6. @brandonflude1 What happened with your case status on the web site? Did it go back to 'Case Was Received'?
  7. I knew this would take many months to process. But, this is emotionally draining. Each morning I am hopeful only to have my hope fade hour by hour as the day passes. And to think this is just the first step of the process. Ugh. I am happy that I found this forum. Somehow it helps to know that I am not the only one going through this. Hang in there! Eventually, we will all hear back.
  8. Mine still says 'Case Was Received"
  9. NOA1: 10/29/19 Country: China
  10. You probably want to go to this forum/thread:
  11. Approximately 11:40am (Eastern TIme)
  12. They are having computer problems. I was on the phone with a tier1 agent when their server went down. She could not access any information and could not forward me to anyone else (could not put me in the queue for tier2). Agreed.
  13. For the 'old' site you do not need to create a login account. It is at: https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/landing.do You create an account and login to the 'new' site at: https://myaccount.uscis.dhs.gov/
  14. I can relate. I am going to visit my fiancé in 35 days. I hope that I get my NOA2 before the trip.