Posted 08 January 2013 - 11:52 PM
Wow, that saves some cash.... I'm surprised they don't inform us of that on the I-765! I wonder if they would have returned the money if I did send it in!
Thanks for the quick reply.
Yes they would have returned the fee.I overpaid and they sent back the amount that would have been for the i-765.They are very ethical
Day 1 December 19,2012 - Mailed Package (i-130,i-485,i-765)
Day 3 December 21,2012 - PO tracking number says package delivered
Day 6 December 24,2012 - application received by USCIS(this is also the priority date)
Day 20 Jan 7, 2012 - received an NOA dated Dec 24th,2012 stating that I sent too much money so they returned a money order:)(there was no case#)
Day 21 Jan 8, 2013 -received NOA1- with receipt/case numbers for(i-130,i-485)notice date was Jan 2,2013.
(case is being processed at the National Benefits Center)
Day 25 Jan 12,2013- received NOA biometric appointment for Jan 23rd! notice date was Jan 7th
Day26 Jan 13,2013- received NOA1 receipt number for i-765(was sent to my neighbours due to wrong address)
Day 27 Jan 14,2013- got an email notification that a request for evidence has been mailed out for my i-485
Day 31 Jan 18,3013- received RFE letter for i-485 in the mail dated jan 11(i have 87days to send in docs)
Day 36 Jan 23,2013- Biometrics Done!
Day 41 Jan 28,2013- Mailed RFE
Day 48 Feb 4,2013- USCIS received my RFE
Day 59 Feb 15,2013- USCIS approved my i-765 work permit!!!
Day 64 Feb 20,2013 - interview will be scheduled soon/ work permit card production in process!!!
Day 71 Feb 27,2013 - got work permit card today!
Day 81 Mar 9, 2013- got letter with interview notice for April 10th
Day 113 Apr 10, 2013 - APPROVED I-130/ I-485 interview day!!!
Day 121 Apr 18,2013 - Got GREEN CARD!!!!! God is good!