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Hello VJ members,

I finally got my NOA1 from USCIS (National Benefits Center PO Box 648003, Lee s Summit,MO).

My question is:

1) What come next?

2) Where do I have to give my biometric appointment?

3)I currently lives in Albany,NY so do I have to give my biometric signature here at USCIS,Albany office?

4) Does that USCIS Lee summit office is correlated with St louis,MO field office or Kansas City,MO office?The reason I am asking is to know how long does it take to process my case based on USCIS field office processing time ?

4) Finally, How long does it take to get my green card?Any time framework?

Thank you

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1) What come next? and 2) Where do I have to give my biometric appointment? 3) I currently lives in Albany,NY so do I have to give my biometric signature here at USCIS,Albany office?



--- You will be receiving a mail after a week to a month or more for your biometrics appointment. It will state which USCIS office will you be assigned to and other details pertaining to the appointment. Might be the Albany or not, but it will always be the nearest USCIS office to you. If they need more evidence for your case, they will send out an RFE.



4) Does that USCIS Lee summit office is correlated with St louis,MO field office or Kansas City,MO office?The reason I am asking is to know how long does it take to process my case based on USCIS field office processing time?



--- I am actually not sure but I think it goes with Kansas. Your case's timeframe will actually depend if its gonna be transferred to your local office or not.



5) Finally, How (long) does it take to get my green card? Any time framework?



--- I can't give you a solid time frame but it usually takes 6 months to a year or more. Mine took about two months as I was not interviewed, so it's a case to case basis.




Just be patient and good luck, Happy Holidays! :)


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