Discuss outsmart8493's I-140 USCIS Case

I-140 case: Approved in 389 days (-212 days more than average)
United States
12 Dec 2007
29 Feb 2008
03 Mar 2008
03 Mar 2008
24 Mar 2009
389 days
30 Nov -0001
25 Mar 2009
Finally - got an email from CRIS that my case has been approved :-)

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Posted by mom1975
25 Mar 2009 #1
sorry that i have to ask. i can see that there was no RFE in your updates but some just forget to update the profile. so, is there actually no RFE in your case?
Posted by outsmart8493
25 Mar 2009 #2
Correct - No RFE. I just received an approval email (the notice has still not reached my attorney).
Posted by mom1975
25 Mar 2009 #3
thanks! i hope my case goes just as well as yours...wish me luck!
Posted by outsmart8493
25 Mar 2009 #4
:) Good luck, edelitha. Looks like you are not too far behind me - you should expect to hear in a couple of months.

I will now wait endlessly for my PD to become current......
Posted by mom1975
25 Mar 2009 #5
if it's any consolation, there's a long line behind you...

you still deserve a to be congratulated for having this one out of the way...at least you can get EAD and everything else soon...
Posted by outsmart8493
20 Sep 2010 #6
Alright. So I am *almost* done preparing and gathering all the documents, including certified duplicates of Birth and Marriage certificates. I have one final question:

My wife's name on greencard & SSN does not have any middle name. However, her passport has my name as her middle name. What name should I use when I fill form I-130 and G-325A?

Thanks again for helping out!
Posted by horizon1012
05 Oct 2012 #7
I would like to know if your case was directly filed at CSC or if it was transferred from some other center. My I-140 was filed at TSC on Aug 3, 2 weeks back it got transferred to CSC. I thought CSC does not process I-140, just wanted to know your thoughts on the same.


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