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    Question Recent Timelines for El Salvador

    Hello all Although I've been a member for quite some time now, this is my 1st official post . This site has helped me a ton going through this whole tedious process to petition for my husband so thanks in advance to all! Anyway, I have been searching through this forum for recent timelines for El Salvador and they are all pretty much older dates and dates that go back to before the I-601A came into effect, for all countries as a matter of fact . My husband and I just mailed off out I-601A waiver packet yesterday (3/20/2017) and hopefully all goes well and we get approved . Anyone who has gone through the process that can post a timeline for El Salvador that filed a I-601A? I will post mine shortly, I need to get to my info I'm at work right now (shhh) . Thanks in advance for whoever decides to share!!! I am looking forward to getting feedback and more information!!

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    I have also petitioned for my husband from El Salvador and his I-601A was just approved last week!! Timeline below.

    Application sent: 12/29/16
    Lockbox receipt:
    MSC receipt:01/04/17
    Biometrics letter received: 01//21/17
    Biometrics scheduled for: 02/08/17
    Biometrics done *: 02/08/17
    RFE received?: none
    Waiver decision date: 04/26/17
    Waiver decision: APPROVED!!
    Filing country: El Salvador
    NVC Case Closed Date:
    Visa interview date:
    Visa received:
    Extra information:

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlisaO View Post
    I have also petitioned for my husband from El Salvador and his I-601A was just approved last week!! Timeline below.

    Application sent: 12/29/16
    Lockbox receipt:
    MSC receipt:01/04/17
    Biometrics letter received: 01//21/17
    Biometrics scheduled for: 02/08/17
    Biometrics done *: 02/08/17
    RFE received?: none
    Waiver decision date: 04/26/17
    Waiver decision: APPROVED!!
    Filing country: El Salvador
    NVC Case Closed Date:
    Visa interview date:
    Visa received:
    Extra information:
    whoa only took 4 months for the approval?? thats good!! congrats to you both!! My hubby and I are still waiting.. he went 4/27/17 for his biometrics so hopefully the process goes by fast for us also!! I'm wondering if the process is faster for someone that has a clear background with no criminal record?

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    Quote Originally Posted by queenisabel View Post
    :I'm wondering if the process is faster for someone that has a clear background with no criminal record?
    My husband has no criminal record, hopefully your husband will get approval in July? Keep me updated.
    We sent in the DS-260/864 paperwork and are now just waiting for that approval! Hoping for an interview date in August!

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    hopefully by july *fingers crossed*.. I've seen where some people get an interview appt within a month from their waiver approval date, most people on this forum say it is usually 8 weeks wait time. Good luck with everything and keep me posted also!! I know how dreadful and tedious this process is and knowing that youre one step closer gives relief

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    I had my 601-a approved.
    sent ds-260 and waiting for interview appointment.

    good luck to you both.
    Go here to see my timeline, (currently waiting for the P.W)
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