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USCIS Case Status Tracking

By Erika Presson
Last Updated: December 13, 2013


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There are 2 separate stages where you use the Online USCIS My Case Status Tracker to track your petition / application:

NOTE: It’s a different tracker that you use to check if your case is already at your local U.S. Embassy and/or waiting for status changes regarding Visa Issuance.

Please read these instead:

 

USCIS My Case Status

You use this online tool from USCIS to track progress on your cases.

USCIS Case Status Account Homepage | USCIS Case Status Tracking | ©2015, USCIS.gov, Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

USCIS Case Status Account Homepage | USCIS Case Status Tracking | ©2015, USCIS.gov, Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

  • The USCIS has a tool for tracking your petitions.
  • Input your 13-Character Receipt Number on the field provided.
  • It usually begins with three letters – EAC, WAC, LIN, or SRC.
  • Dashes should be omitted.
  • All characters that are part of your receipt number included in your notice must be typed out.

They also offer an account sign-up where you input your email address and/or phone number so you get notified of status changes, and so you don’t have to check online everyday. All you have to do is add your receipt numbers to your account and set the emails and contact numbers you want to get notified on.

 

USCIS Case Status: I-129F Petition for Alien Fiancé(e) Approved | I-129F Petition Process | ©2015, USCIS.gov, Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

USCIS Case Status: I-129F Petition for Alien Fiancé(e) Approved | I-129F Petition Process | ©2015, USCIS.gov, Life As Mrs. Presson (www.mrspresson.com)

Please visit the USCIS My Case Status here: https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/landing.do



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  1. DaveK says:

    Good — What happens when you do NOT receive the ROC reminder notice 120 days prior to arriving at your ROC filing period? We never received that notice — yes we moved but we filed the AR-11 and the I-861 pronto! And sure we are aware we must file soon but it seems weird that this was never sent.

    • Doesn’t matter if you do not receive the notice. At this point, everyone knows that not all mail from USCIS comes through. ;) As always, the burden of responsibility is on the applicant to know the rules and when to file it.


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