I-130 how long to biometric timeline?

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Vella Tillman asked a question: I-130 how long to biometric timeline?
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Date created: Wed, Mar 10, 2021 6:11 AM
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  • After filing Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, the approval process can take anywhere from 5 to 12 months for immediate relatives and could take several years for family preference categories. This is an approximation. It may be shorter for some and longer for others.

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Most Form I-130 petitions for immediate relatives are approved within a 5 to 9 month time frame, but they can take longer in some cases. If you are in the United States and also filed an application to adjust status, USCIS will begin reviewing Form I-485 at this point.

Filing I-130: The Timeline of Petition for Alien Relative Approval… this results in a long waiting list for certain groups of applicants seeking to obtain their green cards… I needed to issue Form I-130 “Petition for a Foreigner Relative” in order to take my wife and child with me.

So you can move onto submitting the adjustment of status application immediately after receiving I-130 Receipt Notice. This zero wait-time is expected to last until the end of July Source . ⏰ After the Waiting Period is Over (Currently 0 Days)

This time range is how long it is taking USCIS to process your case from the date we received it. We generally process cases in the order we receive them, and we will update this page each month. The estimated time range displayed is based on data captured approximately two months prior to updating the page.

March 3, 2021: RFIE response received. April 16, 2021: Biometric appointment notice received in the mail, only I-485 (no I-765 on notice) May 4, 2021: Fingerprint was taken, Code 3 (10 fingerprints, photo, and signature) May 21, 2021: New Card Is Being Produced.

First, the I-130 petition usually takes between 3-5 months for USCIS to adjudicate. My most recent I-130 was approved in 3 months. Although USCIS processing times list 5 months on their website. For a fast adjudication, a well-documented I-130 is essential. Once the I-130 is approved, the file is forwarded to the National Visa Center (NVC).

I-130 Receipt Notice. The first thing you will receive is confirmation that the USCIS received your I-130 petition. You will receive the I-797C, Notice of Action notification through the mail. If your petition is incomplete, this notification may be a rejection. It’s important to note that a rejection is NOT a denial and you have the ...

Generally the biometric appointment happens quite quickly after the initial application (3-4months) is lodged but due to COVID and the face to face requirement, I’m assuming that is where the delay is for the biometric appointment. But I am hoping this doesn’t delay the actual production of the EAD and Travel Document.

After submitting the I-130 to USCIS, your case will take several months to process. Before your case can be adjudicated, there are several reasons why it could be rejected or delayed. Hopefully, you’ve sent everything that was required for your application but if you didn’t, you can expect a request for evidence (RFE).

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