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How many days I have to send back a RFE?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil
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Hi everybody,

We will have our second aniversary in July 20. I have noticed that some cases took just 4 months to have the AOS interview aproved, in my case I sent our AOS in december and we received the NOA in January. If it take about 4 months problably we will receive the 2 years card and not 10 years and we will lose money aplying for lifting condition, then we would like to know if us received a RFE how many days we have to send it back without has the case abandoned or denied?

Please answer me, because I think we need one, If yes pray for us get a RFE.

Thank you all

Good Luck for all us

Edited by Mona Lisa

First phase:

07/20/2006 I Married with my soulmate

I-130

11/08/2006 We sent I-130

11/10/2006 Nebraska received and sent it to California

11/15/2006 California received it

11/18/2006 NOA1

02/01/2007 Aproveeeeed!!!

I-129F

12/02/2006 We sent I-129F

12/06/2006 they received it

12/11/2006 NOA1

12/15/2006 they moved our process to CSC

12/18/2006 CSC received it

02/01/2007 Aproveeeeeed!!!

02/15/2007 NVC signed our case number and sent to Rio Consulate

03/21/2007 We sent the packet 3

03/23/2007 Today we received the packet4 from Rio consulate

04/11/2007 Medical exame completed

04/16/2007 visa tax payed

04/24/2007 Interview - Visa Aproved

06/06/2007 POE!!!!!!!!!!!!! I cant wait to be with my husband!!!!!!!!

Second phase:

12/28/2007 AOS Sent

12/30/2007 AOS Received

01/04/2008 Notice Date

01/09/2008 Touch

01/23/2008 Biometric appointment (done)- They corrected my name ( I have 4 names and on the NOA they wrote just 3 names)

02/21/2008 EAD card ordered

02/26/2008 EAD card ordered (AGAIN???)

02/28/2008 EAD Aproved (it s very strange! did they order firstly and after aprove it????)

02/20/2008 interview letter sent (I just received it 5 days after the date)

03/03/2008 EAD card received

03/07/2008 SSN aplied

03/14/2008 SSN received

04/10/2008 Interview appointment - Aproveeeeeeed

04/15/2008 GC already ordered - Yahooooooooooooooooooo ooo ooooo!

ROC Sent

01/15/2010 I-751

Thank God and the VJ`s.

In God We trust!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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You have something like 87 days (a weird number like this, almost sure its 87) to have it RECEIVED by USCIS.


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July, 2011 - US Citizen

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im not sure what u were asking but if im right you were asking about RFE

1. not everyone recieves RFE (request for additional evidence/info) why do u think u will get one? if u do get one then send it back immediately

2 regardless of how long it takes.. everyone has to apply for the 2 year card BEFORE they can apply for the 10 year card

i have been living here for over a year and i still have not got my 2 year green card

just wait on someone else to come answer cuz ur questions are rather confusing to me

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Hi everybody,

We will have our second aniversary in July 20. I have noticed that some cases took just 4 months to have the AOS interview aproved, in my case I sent our AOS in december and we received the NOA in January. If it take about 4 months problably we will receive the 2 years card and not 10 years and we will lose money aplying for lifting condition, then we would like to know if us received a RFE how many days we have to send it back without has the case abandoned or denied?

Please answer me, because I think we need one, If yes pray for us get a RFE.

Thank you all

Good Luck for all us

I see you have a very confusing questions.

If you havent sent some supporting documents or have nt signed one of the forms or something that makes the USCIS to issue you a RFE then they will and its 87 days for you to send back from the date quoted on your RFE, So if you wanna hang into that RFE and send it according to your timing of 2 yrs anniv. its all upto you but the catch here is not everyone's case gets processed fast.. some are here for past 2 yrs and more and some get their interview or transfer and the GC within 3 months of applying. So its your luck and its all upto you to prolong your case or stick to it and pay an extra couple of hundred $ for renewal for 10 yrs.


10/15/2007 Mailed AOS Packet

10/16/2007 AOS Package Delivered

10/23/2007 NOA1 for I-130, I-485 and I-765

10/24/2007 Checks Cashed

11/05/2007 Biometrics Appointment Received

11/15/2007 RFE

11/21/2007 Biometrics Appointment Done!

12/18/2007 RFE Sent

01/11/2008 Interview Notice Received

01/18/2008 EAD Card Production Ordered

01/23/2008 EAD Approval Notice Sent

01/25/2008 EAD Card Received

02/21/2008 Interview: Approved

02/28/2008 I-485 Card Production Ordered

03/04/2008 I-485 Card Production Ordered again

03/05/2008 Welcome Notice and I-130 Approval Notice Received

03/07/2008 Approval Notice Mailed

03/12/2008 Received Green Card

12/26/2010 I-765 Package mailed

01/22/2010 Biometrics

03/17/2010 Card Production Ordered

03/23/2010 Card Received. Done!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Iraq
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Hi everybody,

We will have our second aniversary in July 20. I have noticed that some cases took just 4 months to have the AOS interview aproved, in my case I sent our AOS in december and we received the NOA in January. If it take about 4 months problably we will receive the 2 years card and not 10 years and we will lose money aplying for lifting condition, then we would like to know if us received a RFE how many days we have to send it back without has the case abandoned or denied?

Please answer me, because I think we need one, If yes pray for us get a RFE.

Thank you all

Good Luck for all us

I think the max allowed time to respond to RFE should not exceed 12 weeks and to a NOID 30 days.

this link might help Removal of the Standardized Request for Evidence Processing Timeframe

good luck :)


Aug 08-2011 N-400 package sent

Aug 11-2011 NOA date

Aug 12-2011 check cashed

Sep 14-2011 Biometrics

Oct 03-2011 Interview letter (Fax only)

Oct 27-2011 Interview day >>>>> PASSED

Oct 27-2011 Oath ceremony ... Journey ends here

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Germany
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Mona Lisa:

I think you are the first one ever to actually hope for a RFE ;) but I get it why you want one.

I got one and I had to submit the missing evidence in 87 days. But you have to make sure that USCIS receives the documents within those 87 days - like stated above. My AOS process took exactly 4 months to be completed - that's including the RFE (and I took my sweet a.. time replying).

I guess I wish you good luck on receiving a RFE so you might be able to get the 10year-GC right away and not have to worry about lifting of conditions upon receiving the conditional one. If USCIS approves you only 1 day before your 2year anniversary you will still receive the 2year-GC. That happened to someone on VJ here, I read about it.

@moomai:

You are wrong, not everybody has to apply for a conditional 2year GC before being able to receive a 10year GC. If the petitioner and the beneficiary are married for 2 years or longer upon AOS approval a 10year GC will be issued right away.


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1982 - 2008

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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@moomai:

You are wrong, not everybody has to apply for a conditional 2year GC before being able to receive a 10year GC. If the petitioner and the beneficiary are married for 2 years or longer upon AOS approval a 10year GC will be issued right away.

Correct.


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July, 2011 - US Citizen

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