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AOS IN PHOENIX, AZ
Posted 02 February 2006 - 11:23 PM
Soon Yi and I had the AOS interview today. Scheduled for 3:15pm, and fools that we are we showed up at 1:45pm. The guards at the front told us being early was no problem, we really did not need to wait as long to come in, we could have come in any time today and complete the interview. Seems this information did not make it to the case officers, because we waited until 3:45pm before being called in for the interview anyway. Oh well, we waited this long, so another two hours was not going to kill us.
The interview was a snap, after being sworn in the case officer went over the Bio info on the I-485 and checked off the names of parents, asking Soon Yi the names of her parents, her date of birth, what our wedding date is, asking our current address and phone number. We turned over lease papers, insurance, utility bills, etc to show cohabitation, and the case officer never asked to see our stack of photos taken over the last year together here in Arizona.
The case officer was friendly, was pleased to see we had everything organized and our document copies collated for quick reference. She asked a few questions about how we met in Korea, how we communicate with each other, i.e: any language barrier, how I was accepted by my Korean in-laws. The whole process was under 15 minutes once we were called into the offices.
Before we left, she stamped Soon Yi's passport with the I-551, and asked if there were any questions, she confirmed our timeliness for filing to lift the LPR conditions and the steps to citizenship. The feeling was much more comfortable than the K-1 interview at the US Embassy in Seoul, ROK.
Now we start the 21 month countdown to apply for lifting the conditions on Son Yi's resident status.
Pusan, Rep. of Korea to AZ, USA
First Met in April 1997
Engaged March 27, 2003
NOA1 March 31, 2004
NOA2 August 6, 2004
Packet 3 Recieved September 7, 2004
Visa Interview, US Embassy Seoul, November 5, 2004
2nd Interview, US Embassy Seoul, December 22, 2004
VISA GRANTED, December 22, 2004
US Entry, Los Angeles, CA-LAX, December 29, 2004
Wedding, Scottsdale, AZ, February 18, 2005
Submit I-485 AOS, March, 31, 2005
Submit I-765 EAD, March, 31, 2005
Received I-797C for AOS and EAD, April 8, 205
RFE--BCIS asking or Proof of K-1 filing, Original Korean Bith Certificate and AOS Medical, April 28, 2007
Submit response to RFE, including AOS Medical Exam, May 31, 2005
Biometrics Completed, June 7, 2005
EAD Received, August 18, 2005
SSN Obtained, September 22, 2005
AOS Interview Appointment notice received, January 19, 2006
AOS Interview, February 2, 2006--APPROVED--I-551 STAMP IN PASSPORT
Welcom to USA Letter arrives, February 13, 2006
1st Wedding Anniversary, February 18, 2006
21 Month Countdown begins to file for lifting of conditions...
Birth of our son, March 31, 2007
Lifting of Conditions
Mailed I-751 and supporting docs to CSC, November 8, 2007
Posted 02 February 2006 - 11:29 PM
I see that some people still get the stamp in the passport, which is cool.
10-21-2005 AOS fingerprint notice for 12-08-2005
11-07-2005 AP approved
12-05-2005 Infopass appt at San Jose office for interim EAD -- Refused, because it is already approved by MSC on 11-07-2005
12-07-2005 Attempt at interim EAD at San Francisco office -- no go. Back to San Jose, where CSO (chief station officer) tells they will contact MSC via email to request permission to issue interim EAD
12-08-2005 Biometrics for AOS and EAD. Having no EAD appt letter was no problem (used EAD NOA)
12-15-2005 EAD arrived in the mail
12-24-2005 Received interview letter; interview scheduled 03-01-2006
01-28-2006 Received replacement SSN card in married name (5 wks since application)
03-01-2006 AOS interview -- approved; received stamp in the passport
03-13-2006 Green card arrived in the mail
Filing for removal of conditions
Posted 03 February 2006 - 06:03 AM
United States & Republic of the Philippines
"Life is hard; it's harder if you're stupid." John Wayne
Posted 03 February 2006 - 08:01 AM
Posted 03 February 2006 - 08:23 AM
Posted 03 February 2006 - 08:33 AM
~~DCF KL Timeline~~
Dec 06 - Filed I-130 & G-235A
- Approved same day
- Received packet 3
Dec 14 - Applied for Police Certificate
Feb 28 - Sent off Checklist & DS-230-1 to U.S Embassy (KL)
Mar 01 - Received Police Certificate
Mar 10 - Received packet 4
Mar 17 - Medical Exams
April 07 - INTERVIEW DATE ~APPROVED!~
April 08 - CR1 VISA IN HAND!
April 29 - Husband arrives in Malaysia
May 04 - Flew home together!
May 24 - Green Card arrived in mail box
May 27 - Re-applied SSN
June 06 - SS card arrived in mail box
~REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS~
02/06/07 - I-751 Mailed to TSC
02/08/07 - TSC received my case
02/12/07 - Checks Cashed
02/14/07 - Receipt for Biometrics Fee Received
03/01/07 - I-797 NOA Received, Green Card Extended 12 Months
03/02/07 - Biometrics appointment received (for 03/13 at 2:00 PM)
03/13/07 - Biometrics taken in Dallas
03/15/07 - Touched
12/04/07 - Case Approved - Card production ordered
12/07/07 - Approval notice sent
12/10/07 - 10 year card received in the mail
Posted 03 February 2006 - 11:20 AM
May 5th 05 - K1 petition sent to CSC
August 23rd 05 - Visa Approved!!!
AOS and EAD
December 5th 05 - AOS and EAD sent
December 16th 05 - NOA's received for both AOS and EAD
December 31st 05 - Receive letter for AOS interview
February 6th 06 - AOS Interview - APPROVED
February 16th 06 - Biometrics Appointment
February 22nd 06 - EAD Approved via e mail
February 27th 06 - EAD card in mail!!!
March 6th 06 - Got a job!
March 17th 06 - Green Card Approval via e mail
March 18th 06 - 'Welcome to America' letter arrives
March 24th 06 - Green Card Arrives!
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