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I've only managed to find others' reviews from this location from about two years ago. Has anyone been recently, and, if so, were cell phones permitted inside? (Obviously, our cell phones have cameras—it's 2015.)


2015-01-09 mailed AoS package

2015-01-15 e-notification received

2015-01-16 NOA Date

2015-02-04 biometric appointment

2015-03-04 EAD/AP approval email

2015-03-11 EAD mailed

2015-03-16 EAD/AP combo card received


2015-03-26 Interview scheduled online

2015-04-28 Approved for GC at AOS interview

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Yup cellphones are permitted inside the USCIS bldg in downtown Los Angeles.

Thanks! That's a relief.


2015-01-09 mailed AoS package

2015-01-15 e-notification received

2015-01-16 NOA Date

2015-02-04 biometric appointment

2015-03-04 EAD/AP approval email

2015-03-11 EAD mailed

2015-03-16 EAD/AP combo card received


2015-03-26 Interview scheduled online

2015-04-28 Approved for GC at AOS interview

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I've only managed to find others' reviews from this location from about two years ago. Has anyone been recently, and, if so, were cell phones permitted inside? (Obviously, our cell phones have cameras—it's 2015.)

yea i rmb seeing people poke on their smartphones in the waiting room. i was at the LA office in may 2014.


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yea i rmb seeing people poke on their smartphones in the waiting room. i was at the LA office in may 2014.

Great!

Love your summary, btw!


2015-01-09 mailed AoS package

2015-01-15 e-notification received

2015-01-16 NOA Date

2015-02-04 biometric appointment

2015-03-04 EAD/AP approval email

2015-03-11 EAD mailed

2015-03-16 EAD/AP combo card received


2015-03-26 Interview scheduled online

2015-04-28 Approved for GC at AOS interview

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