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Hey @Edjan can you please share ur time line. How long did wait to e approved? Did u take some further steps to speed of case at uscis? I have been waiting for almost two years now since July 1st 2019 no decision from uscis any suggestion ?Hey everyone, who can say what this means ?
Hi, case was applied feb. 10. 2020
I filed mine since jully 1srt 2019 still waiting for ever. Nebraska centerI just file for my wife I-730 (March 08,2021)she outside the US . On the system say's "Fees are Waived" and we are waiting for approval Nebreska Center share your timeline please. I hope everyone reunite with your family soonest.
Hi SelmonDanny, Do you have any updates?
I think it depends on your embassy of your country because there are embassies that are closed due to the covid-19I've not received the welcome letter yet. I called NVC and received the case & Invoice Number. The help desk personnel told me, NVC is waiting for embassy confirmation to send me a welcome letter.
You mean your also waiting for approval? May I know are you asylum or refugee who petition derivative spouse /children? Sorry I am just trying to get info What I know is asylum and refugee are same process (I-730)only differs on case to case basis and rate of approval.I filed 7 October 2019 still waiting. Nebraska
That's good outcome. Meaning your case already approved and ready for next process. May I know are you outside the USA?Hey guys just thought of sharing this with u all
I filed for an inquiry concerning my i-730 through the uscisc website. Then i was told by email that they are waiting for my fingertips from a related case greeting card (green card).
Has anyone ever beee ask to provide biometrics for i -73o ,.
I am a petitioner, after the approval of the asylum, I filed for a familyYou mean your also waiting for approval? May I know are you asylum or refugee who petition derivative spouse /children? Sorry I am just trying to get info What I know is asylum and refugee are same process (I-730)only differs on case to case basis and rate of approval.