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AOS in MSC how fast is it?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Mexico
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Our AOS is in Missouri Service Center, I had a hope than it'll be send to CSC but not... Does it mean than we'll have an interview??? I have read than when the case is in CSC, the GC is approved without an interview the most the times. Who has the AOS in MSC too?

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You still haven't had your biometrics(fingerprints)....that's the next thing that you should get, an appointment letter to go to an office in your area so that biometrics can be taken. Somewhere around this time, before of after the biometrics you should get a notice of the transfer IF that happens. Otherwise, your case will get sent to your local office, and you'll have a notice to go to your interview.

Either way, you just recently received your NOA1, some more wait is in order before you see any "movement" in your case.

Good luck,

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Belgium
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Ermm... I would have asked how slow instead of how fast actually. But it's always a good thing to look at the timelines if you want to get an idea of how long you're going to have to wait. We're at the National Benefits Center and it's been over 2 months now without news. We did not get transfered unfortunatly.


K-1 Visa Service Center : California Service Center ; Consulate : Belgium

2007-04-18 = I-129F Sent

2007-05-14 = I-129F NOA1

2007-08-10 = I-129F NOA2

2007-09-17 = Consulate Received

2007-09-18 = Packet 3 Received

2007-09-19 = Packet 3 Sent

2007-09-19 = Packet 4 Received

2007-09-24 = Interview Date

2007-09-24 = Visa Received

2007-09-28 = US Entry

2007-11-10 = Marriage

Processing Estimates/Stats : I-129f was approved in 114 days from your filing date. Interview took 159 days from your I-129F filing date.

Adjustment of Status CIS Office : Las Vegas NV

2007-11-23 = Date Filed at Chicago lockbox (priority date)

2007-11-29 = NOA Date

2007-12-07 = RFE(s) IRS tax forms

2007-12-21 = Biometrics Appt.

2007-12-23 = Met with an immigration lawyer who told us how to prove income without IRS tax forms

2008-01-10 = NOA reciept of RFE at Lee's Summit, case processing resumed

2008-03-24 = Interview Date (cancelled but we will still be going)

Pending : Approval / Denial Date, Got I551 Stamp, Greencard Received

Employment Authorization Document CIS Office : Chicago National Office; Filing Method : Mail; Filing Instance : First

2007-11-23 = Date Filed (priority date)

2007-11-29 = NOA Date

2007-12-21 = Bio. Appt.

2007-12-21 = Touche

2008-02-12 = Card production ordered

2008-02-13 = Touche

2008-02-15 = Approval email

2008-02-19 = Card Received

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Ive been at MSC since beginning of December..

Like stated 100000000000 times before USICS is a mystery as to how they do things...


AOS Timeline

12/05/2007 - Mailed AOS package

07/03/2008 - Received Welcome Letter and Green Card in Mail.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Mexico
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our AOS case was at the national benefits center. it was received on 7-9-2007 and we received GC on 12-24-07. good luck!

The period of waiting sound good, anyway I wish I could have my GC now or at least my EAD. :unsure:

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Mexico
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Everyone going through family based category for AOS goes through MSC/NBC initally. You either wind up going for an interview at your local office, or transferred to CSC.

Fingers crossed for a fast GC authorization and any interview (anything else than I wish for now? hahaha)

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