About how many months does it take to receive a receipt number from the USCIS for a fiancee visa?
I received the I-797C on January 9, 2012. My immigration lawyer made error on the I-129F and he attempted to correct the mistake today March 13, 2012 but he does not have the receipt number from the USCIS. Does it take this long to get the receipt number? or is their a delay because their was a mistake on the I-129F? It's already more than 2 months since the USCIS filed it. Are the immigration back up? I've always thought that the lines of the immigration are a lot less now because less people are filing visa. Thanks!
I would find an immigration attorney that is competent and consult with them for an hour to get a realistic idea of what the heck is going on. I am skeptical of the error, but I do not know the facts (and you may not either), so find a competent immigration attorney.
Applications might be backed up, but receipt notices go out the door quickly. Get with a competent attorney!
I agree with my colleague. The 797 should have the receipt number on it. YOu should show an attorney the info you have to see how to best proceed You can also find the receipt number on the back of the cashed check you sent to USCIS
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I agree with my colleagues.
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