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I applied for a waiver beginning this year. my time frame was pretty
good (better than the estimates)
it took me 1month to get the case number so that I was able to apply
for the waiver, afterwards it was a little bit more than a month to
get the recommendation letter from the department of state and after
two additional weeks I got the waiver.
from three other cases (not Swiss) I know it took them between 3-4
month to get the waiver.
one thing is for sure a lot depends of the goodwill of the officer.
and it is faster since the number of H1's is limited.
On Fri, 22 Oct 2004 13:06:04 -0400, Marc Audard
> Does anybody have recent experience with respect to the processing time
> for the 2-year home rule waiver with no objection for Swiss citizens?
> The official estimate is 12-16 weeks, but ...
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Received on Fri Nov 12 2004 - 10:11:46 PST