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hi all

i'm a k-1 visa holder and have filed for my aos. I have my biometrics appt in a couple weeks. I was wondering what happens after the biometrics? do i have to go to an interview with my hubby? or do i just get the greencard in the mail??

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I just had my biometrics...I think the next step is for your EAD to be approved (and AP if you filed that also)...Once approved it will be mailed to you, then another wait for Interview (some people receive one some don't depends on which office has your case if transferred)...if no interview then your AOS case will be approved and greencard mailed.

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hi all

i'm a k-1 visa holder and have filed for my aos. I have my biometrics appt in a couple weeks. I was wondering what happens after the biometrics? do i have to go to an interview with my hubby? or do i just get the greencard in the mail??

smiles!

It depends, it's not the same for everybody. Some people get transferred to the California Service Center (CSC), and then are usually approved without an interview. Other cases are transferred to the local office for interview. Nobody knows how they choose who gets transferred where, it's the luck of the draw. It's like playing lotto, except that we all win in the end, but some have an easier and quicker time with it. :thumbs:

The common denominator is that we all wait until we hear something.

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hi all

i'm a k-1 visa holder and have filed for my aos. I have my biometrics appt in a couple weeks. I was wondering what happens after the biometrics? do i have to go to an interview with my hubby? or do i just get the greencard in the mail??

smiles!

It depends, it's not the same for everybody. Some people get transferred to the California Service Center (CSC), and then are usually approved without an interview. Other cases are transferred to the local office for interview. Nobody knows how they choose who gets transferred where, it's the luck of the draw. It's like playing lotto, except that we all win in the end, but some have an easier and quicker time with it. :thumbs:

The common denominator is that we all wait until we hear something.

any idea what typical wait time is after biometrics from green card?

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hi all

i'm a k-1 visa holder and have filed for my aos. I have my biometrics appt in a couple weeks. I was wondering what happens after the biometrics? do i have to go to an interview with my hubby? or do i just get the greencard in the mail??

smiles!

I was wondering what happens after the biometrics? you wait

do i have to go to an interview with my hubby? Maybe

or do i just get the greencard in the mail?? Maybe

Edited by fwaguy

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hi all

i'm a k-1 visa holder and have filed for my aos. I have my biometrics appt in a couple weeks. I was wondering what happens after the biometrics? do i have to go to an interview with my hubby? or do i just get the greencard in the mail??

smiles!

It depends, it's not the same for everybody. Some people get transferred to the California Service Center (CSC), and then are usually approved without an interview. Other cases are transferred to the local office for interview. Nobody knows how they choose who gets transferred where, it's the luck of the draw. It's like playing lotto, except that we all win in the end, but some have an easier and quicker time with it. :thumbs:

The common denominator is that we all wait until we hear something.

any idea what typical wait time is after biometrics from green card?

Ours was a six-month wait until the interview which is later this month.

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