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As of 10th May, the average processing time at New York Hub has increased to 12 days, which is just short of 3 weeks. I know there have been some holidays, but I suspect the real reason is applicants trying to beat the clock for expected rules change in June.
 

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Do you know if any of the rule changes will affect ancestry? I am gathering my documents to apply hopefully before the end of May...just waiting on all birth certificates, marriage, etc to be sent over from UK...and letter from my bank...
 

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Do you know if any of the rule changes will affect ancestry? I am gathering my documents to apply hopefully before the end of May...just waiting on all birth certificates, marriage, etc to be sent over from UK...and letter from my bank...
Ancestry visa isn't specifically targeted in the revision currently under way. Its abolition has been speculated from time to time, but the government seems happy to let it stand, at least for the time being.
 

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Good to know. Thanks.

After almost a year of compiling all the right documents for my visa (Exercise the rights of access to a child) I just paid the fee, $458 and it looks like it will be heading to NY.

I hope the gods are with me.
 
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