Originally Posted by samswas
Guys, please consider these before you try to reach USCIS about your case status. I did some of the things here and had seen people doing the rest. This is truly my opinion and I'm pretty sure that most of it is the way how it works
During first few weeks:
Raising a Service Request, Infopass, contacting USCIS second level on phone, contacting your congressman for help:
Please don't do any of this stuff. All these are meant to give you the current status of your application. By any means they will not help in speeding up the processing your application. For all of these, you will receive a reply with the current status 'under review', 'in que to get assigned to an officer' ....
Nobody can say what order they process the cases. Please be patient and try not to worry toomuch about it for at least first 2 weeks. USCIS will approve most of the cases with 30 days (at least 90% cases). If your case is in not approved in 30 days, they may need additional information.
If you get passed at least 3 weeks, you may consider doing one of the above to know at least the status of the application.
Thanks for the suggestion. I think I will sit tight till June 15th and see how it goes.
The woods are lovely, dark, and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.