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  1. In the first cell when moving from left to right, key in a WAC number, for example WAC2190070000. In the second cell key in how many you want to search. The most you can search is 500. Then click search. Once the search is complete it will give you all results. You may click on I-129F to view only those results. Click the chart to view a chart but remember to narrow down to I-129F again. Or you can export it to csv.
  2. Congratulations!!!!!!!!! So happy to see movement coming to April
  3. I found this yesterday on boundless and thought I would share. If you have already seen this, my apologies. Here is the link to the article. https://www.boundless.com/blog/uscis-wastes-200k-green-cards-backlog-triples/ I have been tracking the March K-1 filers group and approvals are significantly slowing. We are hoping that this week brings greater progress but currently it has not happened. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently released processing and case completion data on all Forms, including family-, fiancé(e)-, and employment– based petitions, green card, and naturalization applications for fiscal year 2021. This data set contains new statistics for the fourth quarter of 2021, as well as the full FY2021, which for USCIS ran from October 2020 through September 2021. According to USCIS, the agency had a net backlog of 2.5 million cases at the end of FY2019. By the end of FY2020, USCIS’ own Forms and policies, fiscal and staffing problems, pandemic-related office closures, and an inability to receive or process most application types electronically resulted in an explosion in the backlog, which more than doubled to 6.1 million pending cases in the space of a year. 2021 saw the USCIS backlog continue to grow, though not at the astronomical rate seen in 2020. Roughly 69% of the 8.84 million immigration applications submitted to USCIS in FY2021 were approved, while a little more than 808,000 were denied. However, despite USCIS completing nearly 80% of the cases it received in FY2021, the processing backlog at the agency grew to more than 8 million pending cases at the end of FY2021. This means that in just two years the backlog has more than tripled: from 2.5 million to more than 8 million pending cases. FIANCÉ(E) VISAS The fiancé(e) visa — officially a K-1 visa — allows the engaged partner of a U.S. citizen to enter the United States, as long as the couple gets married no more than 90 days later. The newly married spouse can then apply for permanent residence (a “green card”) based on marriage to a U.S. citizen sponsor, who files the K-1 petition for their partner on Form I-129F. Despite only a 2.6% decrease in I-129F petitions received by USCIS in FY2021, the number of petitions USCIS completed in 2021 fell by nearly 16%, from 36,913 to 31,084. This resulted in a 44% increase in the K-1 backlog, from 21,060 petitions at the close of FY2020 to 30,408 pending at the end of FY2021. Adding insult to injury, the closure of U.S. Embassies and consulates around the world due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020 has led to a second, separate backlog as beneficiaries with approved I-129F petitions from USCIS move into the Department of State’s consular interview backlog. For more information on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the K-1 and consular processes, see our article here.
  4. The USCIS website now states the "estimated time range" for I-129f is 6 to 8 months https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/
  5. Thank you for sharing! I am not sure if anyone else is experiencing this, but the current wait time to receive an interview after NOA2 in Colombia is more than one year. Any other embassies seeing the same?
  6. Just received our text from USCIS at 21:46 EDT!! 4/08/21 - Packet Sent 4/9/21 - delivered at lockbox 4/23/21 - the day case tracker app showed 4/9/21 petitions 4/26/21 - received text from USCIS NOA1 Check still not showing cashed
  7. As of today they are working cases received on April 8th, you aren't too far off. Congratulations and thank you for sharing!
  8. Congratulations!!! Very Exciting! Ours was received 4/9/21, hoping to know something soon
  9. If you have the Case Tracker app you can begin searching WAC2190069400 showing 500 results. As of 4/19 they are processing I 129F applications from April 1st 2021 for NOA1
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