Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Update on Our Application

Our letter from the New York City consulate office stated "do not request status of this application within 90 days of the date of this letter."

Needless to say, when my Palm Pilot beeped to remind me of the 90 days passing, I fired off an email to our immigration attorney's office requesting them to find out what's going on.

According to eCAS not much:

Permanent Residence
We started processing your application on November 7, 2005.
We transferred your application to the New York office on November 15, 2006. The New York office may contact you.

Our processor sent a fax to the consulate to inquire if they needed further information, etc. Hopefully this will spur them to at least take a look at the file.


Can you tell I'm getting a little anxious for some news? ? ? ?


5 comments:

Daniel wbc said...

I can imagine. I hope you hear something soon. One would think that three months is plenty of time!

Canada Calling said...

It is frustrating, I know. It will be over before you know it and you will have less than a week (gulp:!) until you are in your new home.

West End Bound said...

Daniel:
Yes, one would think so. I hope the "nudge" works!

CC:
How is that packing going, Girls? The moving adventure continues, eh?

MSEH said...

New York is supposed to be faster than Detroit. It was almost exactly five months to the day between our transfer and the IA/request for meds. So, if you were transferred in November and they took five months (which they should not) that would be, uh, April. I'm guessing you'll hear something soon!

West End Bound said...

mseh:
New York is supposed to be faster than Detroit.

Sure hope you're right . . . Where did you get that information - Trackitt?