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Check out this page: http://www.visajourney.com/content/times It tells how far behind each service center is based on each application type.. For i751 the California Service Center is currently processing applications that were received on April 21st 2016 and Vermont is currently processing applications from December 12, 2015

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^ timelines here are not super accurate to relay on actually. I thought processing vould take up to +1 year

From the way things are going it looks like it. I sent my in on February and still waiting to hear something back......the 1 year extension letter is almost expired.

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From the way things are going it looks like it. I sent my in on February and still waiting to hear something back......the 1 year extension letter is almost expired.

Yeah Vermont seems to be more than 1 year behind on processing ROC applications.. There's also this website https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/processTimesDisplayInit.do from uscis which should be more accurate.. according to that California is currently taking 6 months to process i751 while Vermont is currently processing applications from November 2015.. again this can never be very accurate since each application might take longer than others so you can never know for sure

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I filed december 2015 at vermont.... so far nothing :(. Your extension letter is vailid for a year from the date your green card expired I belive. My green card expired March 2016 so I am ok for another few months. Its frustrating but hopefully we will all receive some good news soon.

Edited by QueenComley

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Just a question, for those who are close to their 1 year ROC filing anniversary, are you considering sending your N400 while your ROC is still pending? Just trying to gage as I will be in that situation next year.

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Just a question, for those who are close to their 1 year ROC filing anniversary, are you considering sending your N400 while your ROC is still pending? Just trying to gage as I will be in that situation next year.

Great question.. interested to find out about that too ! technically you should be able to send in your n400 since you have been a permanent resident for the past 3 years.. I'm not sure if the USCIS has any requirement that you can only have 1 application pending but it's certainly an interesting question..

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Just a question, for those who are close to their 1 year ROC filing anniversary, are you considering sending your N400 while your ROC is still pending? Just trying to gage as I will be in that situation next year.

Yes, you can apply for the citizenship (N-400) if your ROC has not been approved yet and you are eligible for citizenship. If you search N-400 while ROC pending you may be able to find out what to include in the package in place of a 10 year green card. I think you send a copy of your 2 year green card and the 1 year extension letter, but not 100% sure.

Edited by CDN(ON)-USA(VT)

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People file for citizenship while their ROC is processing all the time. Sometimes they find it kicks USCIS into gear and they process the ROC in order to get started on the N400. Some people even have their ROC and N400 interviews combined into one.

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