Jbesson wrote: ↑
Tue Feb 02, 2021 5:43 pm
manamak wrote: ↑
Mon Feb 01, 2021 12:32 pm
parrraxitamoan wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 29, 2021 8:01 pm
Your application has been moving pretty fast
East Asian, other info. exactly the same with you 2013 - 2017 on B, then A, married to Finnish national of same Asian background, both have office work and uni degrees, proved identity on 3.11.2020, place in queue 3090 as of today
Same for me I did the identity prove at 8.12 and my queue number is 3847, I have also noticed the queue number is reduced around 20 per day. I am from middle east.
Hi! I actually wrote before that I made a silly typo, the queue number is not 1760 but it was 3760. I just didn’t figure out how to use these old school forums and sent it as a totally separate message
Today it’s been 3650, didn’t move from Friday.
Thank you for clarifying. I am going to repost my findings from the 2020 threads because I think some people might not have read it and I am pretty confident about my findings
So if you check this link https://statistics.migri.fi/#decisions/ ... ?start=611
and filter the graph by decisions for citizenship applications, you will see that Migri produced roughly 700 decisions last month (Jan 2021). Apparently they used to be more productive like last year October around 850 decisions, or April 2020 around 1000, and least productive during July 2020 (probably summer holiday) but still 400 applications were processed. That means a queue number of 3000 would translate to roughly around 3.5 months of further waiting, unless the processing of your application is stuck somewhere that requires further clarification
If I recall correctly, when I proved my identity last November, my queue number was something 6000+ so I believe it has been moving up the queue as it should.
By the way when my partner received his decision, there was a name of the person who processed his application. After a quick googling, it turned out the officer had time living, traveling or overseas missions that is related to the region of the world that we are from (East Asia). That might suggest if there are more people of similar background with you in the queue, it would likely take more time to wait until your turn, and that also explains why some people already get their decisions while the queue number indicates it is not yet their turns. From previous posts by others, I have a strong feeling that the top 500 - 1000 applications in the queue are actually stuck applications so you might get your decision within a month if your queue number is in the range 1000 - 1700.