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Old Jul 16th 2004, 11:21 pm
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hi,

i just looked at the timelines for denver, colorado and the I-485 has jumped back from 11th may 2004 to 24th november 2003.

why is this? it means that in effect they've only moved ahead 7 days in two months...

is this possible?
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Old Jul 17th 2004, 12:01 am
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Originally posted by tortoise
hi,

i just looked at the timelines for denver, colorado and the I-485 has jumped back from 11th may 2004 to 24th november 2003.

why is this? it means that in effect they've only moved ahead 7 days in two months...

is this possible?
Last month Minnesota was at Feb of this year. Now this month it is November 2003 I believe.
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Old Jul 17th 2004, 12:14 am
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Originally posted by tortoise
hi,

i just looked at the timelines for denver, colorado and the I-485 has jumped back from 11th may 2004 to 24th november 2003.

why is this? it means that in effect they've only moved ahead 7 days in two months...

is this possible?

Call me crazy.. but I think that's the real aging report. Candyw filed her AOS last October and as of today she hasn't got an interview date.. November 2003 sounds more credible than May 2004 to me. If not.. Candy should have got an interview already, don't you think??
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Originally posted by tortoise
hi,

i just looked at the timelines for denver, colorado and the I-485 has jumped back from 11th may 2004 to 24th november 2003.

why is this? it means that in effect they've only moved ahead 7 days in two months...

is this possible?
Hi guys - thought this might interest you guys - there's someone over on VJ who received the interview notice for her AOS interview in Denver. She filed in late Feb/early March and her stuff was forwarded to NBC.
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Hi guys - thought this might interest you guys - there's someone over on VJ who received the interview notice for her AOS interview in Denver. She filed in late Feb/early March and her stuff was forwarded to NBC.
hey, thanks for that info - that's handy to know. just wondering though, when is her interview? would there be a way to find out for me? i was just wondering how long she has to wait for her interview now.
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Originally posted by tortoise
hi,

i just looked at the timelines for denver, colorado and the I-485 has jumped back from 11th may 2004 to 24th november 2003.

why is this? it means that in effect they've only moved ahead 7 days in two months...

is this possible?
Hi:

yes, its possible. Why do think not?
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Originally posted by buffalo24
Hi guys - thought this might interest you guys - there's someone over on VJ who received the interview notice for her AOS interview in Denver. She filed in late Feb/early March and her stuff was forwarded to NBC.
Lots of local offices are forwarding AOS and EAD packages to MSC/NBC. Denver started last November
I told you that remember?
Like I said before.. Denver's aging report must have been wrong..
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yes, its possible. Why do think not?
because it's pisspoor slow and they just jumped back by 6 months. is this not a reasonable question?
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because it's pisspoor slow and they just jumped back by 6 months. is this not a reasonable question?
It is not.. like I said before the aging report was wrong. I think the real one is the one they have just released It bites but oh well.
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It is not.. like I said before the aging report was wrong. I think the real one is the one they have just released It bites but oh well.
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damn typos!

if i'd made a blunder like that where i worked, i'd have been strung up. you'd think they'd at least go back and correct it.

*roll eyes*

maybe it'll speed up over the december period...

ok, i'm kidding myself aren't i? but denial is such a great thing! hahahah
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Originally posted by tortoise
hey, thanks for that info - that's handy to know. just wondering though, when is her interview? would there be a way to find out for me? i was just wondering how long she has to wait for her interview now.
The interview is about a month away, in mid-August. Not too long at all!
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Originally posted by Hypertweeky
Lots of local offices are forwarding AOS and EAD packages to MSC/NBC. Denver started last November
I told you that remember?
Like I said before.. Denver's aging report must have been wrong..
Who? Me? I know that! I was just passing along the info since you guys were talking about Denver. Yeah, I don't put too much stock in those aging reports anyway
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Old Jul 17th 2004, 4:34 pm
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Memphis is the same way......I check ever so often....and I may have
looked at it wrong but I could have sworn that it first said Jan. 2004
and now it says March 2002................I do
believe that these dates are wrong and they
are farther ahead than they put on the website.... Brenda
 
Old Jul 17th 2004, 4:35 pm
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ours a 485 as well...we filed in March of this year and my husband's
fingerprinting was done
on May 14 and they have cleared....BB
 

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