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  1. If you are looking for the table like people here are posting, you unfortunately will not find that. Instead you'll have to check the correspondence with your lawyers to see exactly when you received each Form. However, when you log in to egov.uscis.gov and click on your case status in the bottom left there should be things that happened before the current update. Again, not all these will be listed but the majority should.
  2. You'd have to go to the my.uscis.gov and check your profile. If you don't have a profile, you can create one and check there.
  3. No worries! I have no issues discussing this here - the thread helped me as well, and I know the info we share here will help others in the future. I left pretty much after getting denied since my OPT expired and I couldn't work in the US anymore. Consulats in Europe (at least the ones I'm aware of) are still closed and there's no new info on when they might resume regular visa processing, but I expect to be back in the US shortly after they reopen given that I get an interview. And to answer to the person above, I applied for COS so it's pretty odd that I got i797b but as I said it's not a big deal for me.
  4. I see. I also got i797b, but I already left the country a while ago so it's not a big deal for me, but thay really does suck. Have you talked to your lawyers about applying for cos?
  5. Just last Friday, August 14th. So a month later than originally expected.
  6. I'm still waiting on mine. Was supposed to get it on the 16th this month.
  7. I am either one of the unlucky ones or the hard copy delivery is taking longer than expected. My case status says that the i797 was supposed to be delivered on the 16th, but my lawyers haven't received anything so they're reaching out to the USCIS today to see when we can expect the hard copy. Will keep you posted!
  8. Almost 12 months after the initial denial, my H1B was finally approved. I don't know what this means in terms of embassy stamping and entering the US, but I'll keep updating the thread as I find out more information. Here is my timeline: May 2019 - petition selected July 2019 - RFE request received/responded to August 2019 - H1B denied September 2019 - Appeal filed October 2019 - AAO received the appeal March 2020 - denial overturned and AAO decision sent back to the USCIS June 30th - USCIS approved the petition
  9. Here's something after 3.5 months of nothing. The previous status was "Case was relocated from AAO..."
  10. Nope - still waiting to hear from the USCIS. I'll make sure to post here when I hear back!
  11. Hi, My H1-B got denied last year, and my company decided to file an appeal with Administrative Appeals Office last September. I just saw that my case status got updated with the following and I was wondering if anyone knows whether this is positive or negative? Yes, I do understand it's not possible to tell from this and that my best bet is to wait for an official notice, but I was hoping someone saw this case status before and I can learn something about it before I hear back from the processing center. Thank you for taking the time to read this! Case Was Relocated From Administrative Appeals Office To USCIS Originating Office On March 13, 2020, the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) transferred your Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker, Receipt Number EACxxxxxxxxxx, to the USCIS office that made the original decision on your case. That office will mail you our decision or send you a request if it needs something from you. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address.
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