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I-129F Processing Time Forecast Drops to 8 Months
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the USCIS processing time for I-129F applications jumped significantly. The agency’s ability to process cases was hindered and USCIS was no longer able to keep up with the incoming cases. The backlog grew and grew.
Many unlucky filers thought they were in for a 6 month processing time, but they slowly realized their expectations were far from accurate as their wait time ticked well past the one year mark.
How Much Delay Can I Expect From an I-129F Request for Evidence (RFE)?
Many applicants are concerned about the potential delay caused by a Request for Evidence (RFE). After months of waiting to hear back from USCIS, realizing you have more wait time ahead of you is frustrating, especially when you don't know how long to expect. This blog post will take a look at the RFE cycle, from the moment you receive the RFE to the final outcome, and help you determine how long of a wait this additional step will add to the process.
How Many I-129F Requests for Evidence (RFEs) Turn Into Denials?
One common concern among applicants is the fear of receiving a Request for Evidence (RFE). Are those concerns justified? They might be. In this blog post, we shed light into the RFE process by analyzing I-129F case data.
Rejections: Exploring the Most Common (and Easy to Avoid) Mistakes
Visa applications must be carefully prepared, but, sometimes, even the most careful filers make small mistakes that lead to a rejection. In this blog post, we will take a look at the common mistakes made by applicants. The good news is - most of them are easy to avoid. We recommend re-reading this article (and the accompanying checklist) before you send out any application.
Which Service Center Should I Choose for My K-1/K-2 Visa Application?
Which Service Center should I choose? This is the question most of us ask ourselves at the beginning of our visa application journey. It's only natural to wonder, especially when USCIS publishes different wait times for each service center. However, when it comes to I-129F (K-1/K-2) visa applications, the choice of Service Center lies beyond the control of applicants.