iamwhatiam80

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  1. Congratulations!!! Your field office does not have same day oath ?
  2. I am very positive that it wont take that long to get interviewed. Based on what I have heard, if people get late in getting to the in line status, they get an early interview date. And don't entirely rely on the USCIS processing times, I don't think they are that reliable. Now if the first interview gets screwed up for some reason and then you are required a second interview, then Yes, you will have to think about your trip.
  3. Nobody can predict that. It all depends on the people in front of you and how busy the local field office is. Since its Dallas, I am assuming 2-3 months easily as its a big city. Check other threads and get an estimate.
  4. What does IOE really mean ? I just checked the timelines in July forum.
  5. Hi there, Did you get interviewed at the Manhattan Federal plaza field office ? How much was the time gap between moving in line to interview status and the actual interview date ? I dont see the date on your timeline so i am asking. Reply is much appreciated.
  6. 180 days i think is what USCIS is aiming for counting from NOA date. So she still has 27 days. Hopefully something positive will come in the next 3 weeks.
  7. That's unacceptable and I don't think anyone can do anything about it. 2 months max should be the waiting time to get the interview after getting in line.
  8. I am not sure why. I saw a couple of people get the in line notice 1 to 2 days after the pre 1 month anniversary date. Maybe you'll get in this week sometime.
  9. That was my initial estimate. Late August or early September. I am just being optimistic. But my gut feeling is August/September unless they start expediting which i think chances are Nil. We should assume that interview date is 6 months from NOA Date printed on our Receipt as per current processing standards for big cities/metro areas. Just my opinion.
  10. I would consider ourselves lucky if we get it within 2 months from the day we get in line.
  11. Thats not what we are talking about. We are talking about getting in line for interview not the actual interview itself. Most early filers who apply within 90 days from the date of their GC anniversary get into in line status for interview 1 month before their GC anniversary date. Its great you are in line for an interview. Now you just have to wait for the interview letter. This wait could be from 1 to 3 months depending on the backlog of your field office.
  12. I've always said that. Barring a few exceptions, early filers are put 1 month before their GC anniversary date into the in line for interview status.
  13. LOL. You'll get inline hopefully in the next 7-10 days.