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Pappu, what do you mean by "this may have delayed your greencard since July"? What is his mistake? I too have been trying all means since mid Aug. Is there something wrong with that?
Let me give you an example and you would understand my point. USCIS Customer Services Directorate received 16 million calls from the public and 300,000 from Members of Congress. Add to it, all other items people do to get attention for their case and think that by sending an email or a phone call from Senator or by a lawyer, the officer will realize his mistake and quickly open the file and approve it. If you look at the responses people post to their inquiries, you would see that most responses are standard. USCIS is not just approving 140K greencards but more than a million greencards, hundreds of thousands of H1 and other visa types, EADs etc...every year. Greencards do not get issued on the day date gets current. It is not a automatic process. There is lot of human work involved and many people do not understand that or spend time understanding it. They would rather waste their time either on useless task of tracking or calling customer service every single day.
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Finally, we got the approval emails for self & wife.

I had got an email from TSC.Ncscfollowup@dhs.gov last friday (09/17/2010) with the update below-

1: The review was complete
2: Visa numbers were requested 2 months ago and all security/prints are current
3: Files have been forwarded to officers for completion.

In my case the email to SCOPSSCATA@dhs.gov helped a lot. They in turn sent an email to TSC.Ncscfollowup@dhs.gov to step up the processing.

As others have mentioned IV has played a big part throughout this journey. Thank you again.
HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS to you and your family! It has been a long journey.
I agree with SKIDUDE, sending e-mail to SCOPSSCATA helps (but please send an e-mail to this, only if you have not received a response from TSC Followup for at least 3 weeks)
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Let me give you an example and you would understand my point. USCIS Customer Services Directorate received 16 million calls from the public and 300,000 from Members of Congress. Add to it, all other items people do to get attention for their case and think that by sending an email or a phone call from Senator or by a lawyer, the officer will realize his mistake and quickly open the file and approve it. If you look at the responses people post to their inquiries, you would see that most responses are standard. USCIS is not just approving 140K greencards but more than a million greencards, hundreds of thousands of H1 and other visa types, EADs etc...every year. Greencards do not get issued on the day date gets current. It is not a automatic process. There is lot of human work involved and many people do not understand that or spend time understanding it. They would rather waste their time either on useless task of tracking or calling customer service every single day.
i understand everybit you explained here but your missing human anxiousness whether it is GC or OC(no meaning) people willnot stop doing enquiry i think you might did to and being hypocritic that everyone is anxious about doing so the explaination looks like your working in uscis customer care and taking care of all this everyone knows that uscis doesnot only deals GC and not only we are calling them
take it easy brother
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What Pappu says is right. Ppl have been so impatient that they're bombarding USCIS with SRs, emails, letters from attorneys, Infopass etc..etc...etc...I understand the anxiety but isnt this a bit 2 much? I was no exception to this. I raised an SR on the very first day my date got current and on trying to followup on the SR the very next week, I stumbled upon a clearly tired second level IO who didn't like the way I was pushing for it. He clearly explained to me that there was no need to worry as the dates were current and everyone who was current and cleared of security would be approved as there were several visa numbers available and he also told me that there have been thousands of calls received everyday and its becoming really hard for them to handle the situation. I could see how tired and frustrated he was. I immediately understood their plight and just waited without any further action and within a span of 15 days after that call, I got my approval. My attorney also advised me to wait as he was sure the dates were gonna be current the next month as well and followups would only result in delays.

Well I'm not saying its wrong to be anxious. Ofcourse, its an important milestone, one that secures our future in this country and yes, its only natural to be anxious. But being anxious doesn't mean that by calling or emailing or Ombudsman etc...ur case will be approved. Try and put yourselves in the IO's shoes as well. For a moment think what it wud be like to be an USCIS first lvl/second lvl IO receiving the same call every minute from a diff person and each one trying to reach the second lvl IO with lies such as my A# on file is diff than the one on 140 OR address change etc...etc...This is ridiculous. After years of wait we resort to such shameful behavior towards the end.

Yes when others with later PDs are getting approved and u r still waiting, it does bring out frustration in u. But u should also put in thought as to why that could be. Maybe one of the security checks in ur case is awaited or maybe ur file is on some table waiting to be picked up etc...I was venting out my anger and frustration during my wait on this forum and ppl were only asking me to do that, do this blah blah blah. I just waited nevertheless as I knew the moment I spoke with the IO that there was really no point in following up as cases were getting approved and USCIS was definitely WORKING as hard as they could (even on weekends) to clear all current cases.

There was one dumb idiot who called and spoke to the second level IO (per his own words "just to confirm") even after getting the CPO email. I mean how foolish and idiotic is that. Check this out...I'm not kidding:http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/fo...5-pending.html (Conflicting info - CPO email but 485 pending ?)

Guys, just trust USCIS now that they've been approving left and right before u login to ur email to followup or pick up ur phone to check ur status. EB2 has not moved ahead for the Oct bulletin but ppl who were current from July will still be current in Oct. What does that mean??? It simply means that USCIS is hell bent on clearing all the cases which have been current since July and my best guess is until the last of the "current" cases has been approved, the dates will be not be retrogressed.

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i understand everybit you explained here but your missing human anxiousness whether it is GC or OC(no meaning) people willnot stop doing enquiry i think you might did to and being hypocritic that everyone is anxious about doing so the explaination looks like your working in uscis customer care and taking care of all this everyone knows that uscis doesnot only deals GC and not only we are calling them
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Let me give you an example and you would understand my point. USCIS Customer Services Directorate received 16 million calls from the public and 300,000 from Members of Congress. Add to it, all other items people do to get attention for their case and think that by sending an email or a phone call from Senator or by a lawyer, the officer will realize his mistake and quickly open the file and approve it. If you look at the responses people post to their inquiries, you would see that most responses are standard. USCIS is not just approving 140K greencards but more than a million greencards, hundreds of thousands of H1 and other visa types, EADs etc...every year. Greencards do not get issued on the day date gets current. It is not a automatic process. There is lot of human work involved and many people do not understand that or spend time understanding it. They would rather waste their time either on useless task of tracking or calling customer service every single day.
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I went to infopass on Aug 31s1, when my date was about to be current.
IO told me preadjudicated and I should come back in 2-3 weeks if I dont hear anything.
So I went yeaterday. Same IO. Told me everything looks ok and case is being "moved" Apparently she saw something in the system and told me that on sep 16th, your case was "moved". Couldnt tell me moved where, but still in TSC.
Again told me to come back in 2-3 weeks to get status update.
WTF. Anyone else with similar expirience?
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What Pappu says is right. Ppl have been so impatient that they're bombarding USCIS with SRs, emails, letters from attorneys, Infopass etc..etc...etc...I understand the anxiety but isnt this a bit 2 much? I was no exception to this. I raised an SR on the very first day my date got current and on trying to followup on the SR the very next week, I stumbled upon a clearly tired second level IO who didn't like the way I was pushing for it. He clearly explained to me that there was no need to worry as the dates were current and everyone who was current and cleared of security would be approved as there were several visa numbers available and he also told me that there have been thousands of calls received everyday and its becoming really hard for them to handle the situation. I could see how tired and frustrated he was. I immediately understood their plight and just waited without any further action and within a span of 15 days after that call, I got my approval. My attorney also advised me to wait as he was sure the dates were gonna be current the next month as well and followups would only result in delays.

Well I'm not saying its wrong to be anxious. Ofcourse, its an important milestone, one that secures our future in this country and yes, its only natural to be anxious. But being anxious doesn't mean that by calling or emailing or Ombudsman etc...ur case will be approved. Try and put yourselves in the IO's shoes as well. For a moment think what it wud be like to be an USCIS first lvl/second lvl IO receiving the same call every minute from a diff person and each one trying to reach the second lvl IO with lies such as my A# on file is diff than the one on 140 OR address change etc...etc...This is ridiculous. After years of wait we resort to such shameful behavior towards the end.

Yes when others with later PDs are getting approved and u r still waiting, it does bring out frustration in u. But u should also put in thought as to why that could be. Maybe one of the security checks in ur case is awaited or maybe ur file is on some table waiting to be picked up etc...I was venting out my anger and frustration during my wait on this forum and ppl were only asking me to do that, do this blah blah blah. I just waited nevertheless as I knew the moment I spoke with the IO that there was really no point in following up as cases were getting approved and USCIS was definitely WORKING as hard as they could (even on weekends) to clear all current cases.

There was one dumb idiot who called and spoke to the second level IO (per his own words "just to confirm") even after getting the CPO email. I mean how foolish and idiotic is that. Check this out...I'm not kidding:http://immigrationvoice.org/forum/fo...5-pending.html (Conflicting info - CPO email but 485 pending ?)

Guys, just trust USCIS now that they've been approving left and right before u login to ur email to followup or pick up ur phone to check ur status. EB2 has not moved ahead for the Oct bulletin but ppl who were current from July will still be current in Oct. What does that mean??? It simply means that USCIS is hell bent on clearing all the cases which have been current since July and my best guess is until the last of the "current" cases has been approved, the dates will be not be retrogressed.

It is fine for you NOW that you received your GC now and "see" the plight of IO. You are drinking cool aid now under the awnings of Green card. It is now tough for you to understand the plight of the people on "this" side as you crossed over to the "other"side. It is the same old story of people who got their GC and Citizenship dont care about the people who are going to wait for dog long years. Imagine what would have you done, if you didn't receive your GC in 15 days time, i am sure that by this time you would have shaked the earth from heaven to hell by calling your senators, ombudsman, alderman, congressmen etc. Instead of giving advice to others to understand the plight of IO's, keep your emotions under check and encourage others to do their best. Do not post unnecessary comments.
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My priority date is current this month (Sep. 2010). An InfoPass appointment inquiry on Sep. 3 and a congressional inquiry on Sep. 9 answered that my case is being actively worked on by an immigration officer since Sep. 1. SR on Sep. 10 responded that visa numbers are not available for my case. SR response was dated Sep. 10 same date when it was initiated. On Sep. 15 my I-485 got approved. And here is the funniest part. I received the I-485 approval notice and the SR response that said no visa numbers available on Sep. 20 both on the same day by snail mail. What a contradiction? Such are the ways of USCIS. Why do we not want to question them? Would raising this issue with the Ombudsman be of any use? Can this be presented as a proof of a hideously mismanaged government entity?

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Let me give you an example and you would understand my point. USCIS Customer Services Directorate received 16 million calls from the public and 300,000 from Members of Congress. Add to it, all other items people do to get attention for their case and think that by sending an email or a phone call from Senator or by a lawyer, the officer will realize his mistake and quickly open the file and approve it. If you look at the responses people post to their inquiries, you would see that most responses are standard. USCIS is not just approving 140K greencards but more than a million greencards, hundreds of thousands of H1 and other visa types, EADs etc...every year. Greencards do not get issued on the day date gets current. It is not a automatic process. There is lot of human work involved and many people do not understand that or spend time understanding it. They would rather waste their time either on useless task of tracking or calling customer service every single day.
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It is fine for you NOW that you received your GC now and "see" the plight of IO. You are drinking cool aid now under the awnings of Green card. It is now tough for you to understand the plight of the people on "this" side as you crossed over to the "other"side. It is the same old story of people who got their GC and Citizenship dont care about the people who are going to wait for dog long years. Imagine what would have you done, if you didn't receive your GC in 15 days time, i am sure that by this time you would have shaked the earth from heaven to hell by calling your senators, ombudsman, alderman, congressmen etc. Instead of giving advice to others to understand the plight of IO's, keep your emotions under check and encourage others to do their best. Do not post unnecessary comments.
buddyinsd is a crap. dont even bother responding to him... his grey matter sends him a signal to go to any thread and vomit. when put in ignore he starts barking to gain attention.

On the other hand i would strongly encourage people to do what they can do. in my example i have done what a person can do maximum and got positive results. I have even got a phone call from secretary janet's office. loosers like buddyinsd will discourage people to take action for there green card but you guys dont have to stop. it is your fight not this losser's fight.
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According to the report of AILA, State Department had exhausted FY 2010 immigrant visa numbers as of 09/16/2010 for the following preference categories and the State Department would not allocate any immigrant visa numbers to the visa posts and the USCIS for these categories during the period. The affected preference categories include all family-based preference categories, employment-based preference categories of EB-2, EB-3, EB-EW, EB-4 and eertain Religious Worker categories. The State Department will keep taking immigrant visa number requests from the visa posts and the USCIS even during the gap period but the State Department will not be able to allocate the numbers until October 1, 2010 or thereafter when the new FY 2011 immigrant visa numbers will become available for these preference categories. There may be some cases for which the USCIS has requested and the State Department has already allocated the visa numbers before 09/16/2010 and these I-485 cases will receive approvals even during the cap-gap period. However, in general, I-485 applicants will witness either a slow-down or vacuum in receiving I-485 approval notices and news until October 1 or thereafter because of the gap. The gap will last only for about two weeks and I-485 applicants should keep patience during the period.


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Got RFE (sept 10, 2010). was working on RFE (medical report needed)..

Today I spent around $300 to start medical exam report. I've to still to do lab work and may need x-ray. I was working with my swollen arm and got this message..

Your Case Status: Card/ Document Production On September 22, 2010 we mailed the document to the address we have on file. You should receive the new document within 30 days. If you do not, or if you move before you get it, call customer service at 1-800-375-5283.

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Now I have to wait.. I will skip tomorrow's lab and talk to my attorney. Confused yet happy
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