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Raduga

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    Adjustment of Status (approved)
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  • Local Office
    Chicago IL
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    Belarus

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  1. You shouldn't have done it. Now the process starts over again as you belong to another category. Even though IR1 is much faster than F2A, it is considered a different category. I hope they can move you along faster.
  2. Congratulations! That's great news. 🎉 I'm still at fingerprint fee excepted. I submitted an online inquiry and should receive an answer by the end of this week. But it looks like it will be another generic response.
  3. Out of 30 cases filed on the same day with me: 5 have pending RFIE 9 Ready for Interview 1 Interview Scheduled 15 Fee Received
  4. From what date do you calculate 60 days?
  5. @mrs.felicia @lleaka Where do you guys see 75 days? I went online and couldn't find it. All I see is this: "Do you have a case pending with USCIS that is outside the normal processing time? USCIS usually processes cases in the order we receive them. You can get an idea of how long it will take to process your case from the processing time table available on our website. For most applications, you can send us an inquiry if your case has been pending longer than the processing time posted on our website. If you are a DACA renewal applicant please contact the USCIS National Customer Service Center at (1-800) 375-5283 to inquire on a case pending longer than 105 days. NOTE: We are actively processing your case if, in the past 60 days, you: Received a notice from us about your case, Responded to a request for evidence, OR Received an online update to your case status. If your application type is not listed in the processing time table on our website, our goal is to make a decision on your application within 6 months of filing. Please wait six months before submitting an inquiry"
  6. Thanks! I'll check on the website then.
  7. Same story! Can't wait. Also, people in Chicago got their interview dates and filed the same day as I did. So hopefully I'll get it moving.
  8. Do you know after how many days we can file a SR? Is it 75?
  9. I see that some people do follow-up calls to USCIS after submitting a case inquiry online. Is it necessary or will e-request be enough? Any advice would be great. Today is 60 days with no update for me.
  10. Hi Jabbie, Could you please let me know where you called? Local Chicago office of general USCIS help line? Thank you!
  11. I calculated an interview time slot for myself May - August. Your will most likely be June - September. I wouldn't travel if I were you. It's such a high chance you will miss your interview. They only give you a 3-4 week-notice for an interview. If you must travel, ask someone to check your mail and then they will have to send a reschedule letter back to USCIS (there is a check box on the interview letter that asks to reschedule) and USCIS will reschedule but people say it takes another 3-5 months. I hope you will get your interview early so you get to travel! That would be awesome.
  12. Probably! I'm so happy that it's 3 months in reality. Let's hope this will be the case for us. We only applied for I-130 and I-485 and have no plans to travel until October so hopefully the green card will be in hand by that time. Congrats!
  13. Nice! According to USCIS processing times we are looking at August for an interview but I was researching a lot and folks from Chicago get interviews in 3 months so it's May. Also, Friday is the day when people get notifications like "ready for an interview" or "interview is scheduled for". Very few get it on Wed and Sat. So I always can't wait for Friday to come.
  14. Thank you! I found January group but it's mixed with K1 as well and those folks have a different timeline. Most of them don't get interviews at all.
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