Since 2013, there have been extensive adjudication delays of certain interview-waivable, family-based adjustment of status cases held at the National Benefits Center (NBC), with no real relief available while the case waits. Interview-waivable cases are those that the USCIS determines a personal interview at a USCIS field office is not required for adjustment adjudication. While in theory this is a benefit because the individual is not required to appear for an interview, in practice delayed cases are often adjudicated after a year or even longer whereas individuals scheduled for an interview at a USCIS field office normally obtain a decision and their green card within 6–8 months of filing. For the past two years, USCIS has repeatedly stated that it is trying to resolve this problem; however, delays continue. According to the latest USCIS update released on April 16, 2015, USCIS hopes to bring these cases within the regular four-month NBC processing time by the end of this fiscal year – September 30, 2015. We can only hope this means all delayed cases will be adjudicated by this date and going forward all interview-waivable cases will be processed within four months.