Used to be broken's US Immigration Timeline

blank avatar   Petitioner's Name: N
Beneficiary's Name: V
VJ Member: Used to be broken
Country: Belarus

Last Updated: 2010-10-19
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Immigration Checklist for N & V:

USCIS I-130 Petition:      
Dept of State IR-1/CR-1 Visa:    
USCIS I-751 Petition:  
USCIS N-400 Petition:  


IR-1/CR-1 Visa
Event Date
Service Center : Vermont Service Center
Transferred? No
Consulate : Moscow, Russia
Marriage (if applicable): 2001-04-12
I-130 Sent : 2008-11-04
I-130 NOA1 : 2008-11-19
I-130 RFE :
I-130 RFE Sent :
I-130 Approved : 2009-04-27
NVC Received :
Received DS-261 / AOS Bill :
Pay AOS Bill :
Receive I-864 Package :
Send AOS Package :
Submit DS-261 :
Receive IV Bill :
Pay IV Bill :
Send IV Package :
Receive Instruction and Interview appointment letter :
Case Completed at NVC :
NVC Left :
Consulate Received :
Packet 3 Received :
Packet 3 Sent :
Packet 4 Received :
Interview Date :
Interview Result :
Second Interview
(If Required):
Second Interview Result:
Visa Received :
US Entry :
Comments :
Processing
Estimates/Stats :
Your I-130 was approved in 159 days from your NOA1 date.


Member Reviews:

Consulate Review: Moscow, Russia
Review Topic: IR-1/CR-1 Visa
Event Description
Review Date : September 19, 2010
Embassy Review : Found the consulate staff to be very helpful and solicitous. Our case is a waiver case and typically Moscow has set dates for the waiver applications to be taken. They made and exception and allowed the waiver to be filed the same day as interview because of the travel involved to return to Moscow.
Rating : Very Good


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(documented in their timelines) for the same benefit/petition/application at the same filing location.
Individual results may vary as every case is not always 'average'. Past performance does not necessarily
predict future results. The 'as early as date' may change over time based on current reported processing
times from members. There have historically been cases where a benefit/petition/application processing
briefly slows down or stops and this can not be predicted. Use these dates as reference only and do not
rely on them for planning. As always you should check the USCIS processing times to see if your application
is past due.

** Not all cases are transfered

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