GoPats's US Immigration Timeline
Petitioner's Name: Caitlin
Beneficiary's Name: Marceau
VJ Member: GoPats
Last Updated: 2020-03-23
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Timeline Comments: 5
Mteely on 2019-01-23 said:
Hi! Do you guys do a consular processing? Usually you have to interview and get an RFE sent to you. Why was your processing so short? Thank you in advance.
Licorne on 2019-01-25 said:
My husband is more knowledgeable in this subject but my understanding of the process is that: An RFE is sent only if more evidence in required for the application to be approved. The interview is scheduled after the NOA2. The consulate will need to contact my husband for an interview now that our application has been approved. Looking at similar timelines, I feel that our processing time is similar to others in our scenario who applied around the same time. We did not get an RFE, which definitely hastened the process--- but on average our processing time seemed to only be about 10 days shorter give or take than others with similar timelines the last I checked.
MrsMRB786 on 2019-08-09 said:
By submitting your documents on different dates do you think they will review each at a different time or all together since it’s about 2-3weeks to review submitted documents by the date submitted
FranciscoAndrew on 2019-10-13 said:
Is applicant of this PETTION an US citizen or permanent resident card holder?
GoPats on 2019-10-24 said:
@FranciscoAndrew: Wife is US Citizen. Husband is Canadian Citizen.
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