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Old 02-11-2014, 02:16 AM
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I have a few questions. If we get a email of request for more information does that mean we have been assigned our co. and how long after this request til visa is generally granted. Its and offshore at Washington. We only submitted it online on the 30th December and have my husbands medical tomorrow

Hi Breiza, Did you actually get an e-mail requesting for more info? Is it the "Acknowledgement letter"? that asks you to send in your Medical, police, etc…? If not, I am wondering what additional info are they asking for? If that's ok to ask.

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Hi all - I'm so glad to have finally stumbled upon this threat after 9+ agonizing months of waiting.

My case officer is RM as well (switched over from ML); I submitted my front-loaded application back on May 5, 2013. It's great to hear that people are finally hearing back after 9-10 months - gives me some encouragement. As far as you guys know, is 10 months the upper limit of waiting times, or has anyone here made it to 11?

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The subject line for email said requesting more info but it really didnt specify anything that we needed. And there was a checklist. The email mentioned that we should check everything was submited as our file would soon be asigned for assesment. Is this just an acknowledgment email?


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The subject line for email said requesting more info but it really didnt specify anything that we needed. And there was a checklist. The email mentioned that we should check everything was submited as our file would soon be asigned for assesment. Is this just an acknowledgment email?

** since you applied online im not sure if its different now. When i applied via paper. My first email was my acknowledgement letter which they let you know they recieved your application..please submit medical,police if you havent already and they give you a reference # and in that email i had my CO assigned to me......but thats interesting they said your app will be assessed soon...which is good... I just emailed my CO today and surprisingly i got a response back 10 minutes later....she told me my app was still in the queue and will be contacted ones it has been assessed thoroughly. And im almost at 4 months..
** i would just suggest to go through the checklist they provided since you said they sent you one and make sure you have sent all of them in just so you know you aren't missing anything...If they said To provide more info...maybe you did miss something from the list***

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the new online system is great to use but it does get a bit confusing when the instructions are still tailored more towards the paper copy.it ask us for statements from my husband and I, our back story. yet there isn't really anywhere for that online. there is just a short space to answer specific topics. so now we aren't sure if we have to do both. but I guess we will find out. and im not to sure if we got an acknowledgment email. I think we got something the day we submitted but this is the first email that has had CO on it. I hope it comes thru quick cause my green card expires on the 15th march and I really don't want to have to renew it


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Hi all - I'm so glad to have finally stumbled upon this threat after 9+ agonizing months of waiting.

My case officer is RM as well (switched over from ML); I submitted my front-loaded application back on May 5, 2013. It's great to hear that people are finally hearing back after 9-10 months - gives me some encouragement. As far as you guys know, is 10 months the upper limit of waiting times, or has anyone here made it to 11?
Actually, I just updated the first post in this thread (the timeline post) and SonyafromAus has made it to 11 months.

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Hi Collegegirl -
ours was actually RM and then MW - probably doesn't make much difference but thought I'd let you know in case it does for somebody

DC2AU - we submitted ours May 3rd so hang in there

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Actually, I just updated the first post in this thread (the timeline post) and SonyafromAus has made it to 11 months.
That is not right! Hopefully its a case of Sonya having forgotten to mention on the board that she got granted already!

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Hi Collegegirl -
ours was actually RM and then MW - probably doesn't make much difference but thought I'd let you know in case it does for somebody

DC2AU - we submitted ours May 3rd so hang in there
Thanks, I'm keeping my fingers crossed!!

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So, I got an email from ML requesting proof of my husband's status while in the US (green card, etc) since we met there. Has anyone else had to do this? Did you send them docs as attachments to an email or as hard copies? So excited I at least heard back from them!!

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