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    Does anybody know how long it could take to get an aos interview after filing
    in New York City if one is NOT lucky enough to get into the 4 month approx.
    pilot program we read about in this group? We thought it could be over two
    years but no really sure. Many thanks Robin & Jim



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    New York City aos time

    Does anybody know how long it could take to get an aos interview after filing in New York City if one is NOT lucky enough to get into the 4 month approx. pilot program we read about in this group? We thought it could be over two years but no really sure. Many thanks Robin & Jim
    For applications received before the launch of the pilot program, 2
    years seems an average figure. Not every application is the same,
    however, and times will vary.

    Our application has been pending for 2 years, 2 months, thus far. We'll
    be writing to our congressperson's immigration liason officer soon, to
    see what's going on.

    A recent immigration article by Allan Wernick seems to imply you can
    refile to try and speed up your application by getting it into the pilot
    program. Why anyone would want to pay again is beyond me. [link to
    article (http://www.nydailynews.com/city_life/advice/wernick/v-
    advicecol/story/246975p-211365c.html)]

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      New York City aos time

      << Subject: Re: New York City aos time
      From: nathan barley [email protected]_expats.com
      Date: Sun, Dec 12, 2004 11:34 AM
      Message-id: <[email protected]>

      Does anybody know how long it could take to get an aos interview after filing in New York City if one is NOT lucky enough to get into the 4 month approx. pilot program we read about in this group? We thought it could be over two years but no really sure. Many thanks Robin & Jim
      For applications received before the launch of the pilot program, 2
      years seems an average figure. Not every application is the same,
      however, and times will vary.

      Our application has been pending for 2 years, 2 months, thus far. We'll
      be writing to our congressperson's immigration liason officer soon, to
      see what's going on.

      A recent immigration article by Allan Wernick seems to imply you can
      refile to try and speed up your application by getting it into the pilot
      program. Why anyone would want to pay again is beyond me. >


      Thank you for the information Nathan.
      Robin and Jim

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