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This morning, I've checked our case status online using the USCIS website to see if they've already updated it and reflected that both our I-130 and I-129F were already approved sometime during the week of March 17. But to my surprise, our I-130 got another touched yesterday, April 13 :blink: This is soooo peculiar! :wacko: I just can't believe my eyes and it got me confused for a while. But anyhow, I hope they straighten things out because this online updates just doesn't make sense and instead of the applicant being well-informed of their real case status, what happens is that it becomes more complicated and perplex.

Anyhow, our online status for both I-130 and I-129 still has the infamous "case received and pending" status. So outdated :ranting:


AOS:

07/16/08 - filed AOS application

07/18/08 - received by USCIS

07/22/08 - USCIS mailed our NOA

07/24/08 - touched

07/25/08 - received NOA (AOS, EAD, AP)

07/29/08 - received ASC Appointment Notice (Biometrics)

08/09/08 - biometrics appointment

08/11/08 - I485 and I765 touched

09/17/08 - AP approved

09/19/08 - EAD approved, card already in production

09/24/08 - EAD card received

09/25/08 - SSN application

10/01/08 - received letter re: SSN card delivery in 2 weeks

10/06/08 - SSN Card received

02/17/09 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!

ROC:

11/19/10 - Submit requirements for Lifting of Conditions

11/22/10 - NOA1 received

12/22/10 - Biometrics Appointment

02/09/11 - ROC APPROVED!

02/10/11 - Green Card Received

US CITIZENSHIP:

12/19/11 - Submit requirements for US Citizenship

12/22/11 - NOA1 received

"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans not to harm you but to prosper you. Plans to give you hope and a better future."

- Jeremiah 29:11

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I am recently seeing a lot of people who seem to share your sentiments...

But don't stress out about that USCIS online status as long as you have the NOA2 hardcopy your good :thumbs:

Hope you will get your interview soonest.

Good luck Cass and may God be with you always.


ROC

still waiting for GC replacement

N-400

04/23/2012...... N-400 packet sent to Lewisville, TX via USPS express mail

04/24/2012...... N-400 delivered signed for by J. Arthur; priority date according to NOA1

04/27/2012...... Check cashed

04/30/2012...... Received NOA 1 dated April 26, 2012

06/01/2012...... Received notice for biometrics dated May 29, 2012

06/20/2012...... Biometrics schedule (early bio June 05, 2012)

06/18/2012...... Email notification, N400 placed in line for interview

06/29/2012...... Email notification, N400 scheduled for interview

07/05/2012...... Interview Letter Received

08/07/2012...... Interview (PASSED)

Link to: Full timeline

God is in CONTROL. His time is always better than mine: never too early yet never late, always the perfect time.

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Ohh yeah, USCIS web isnt reliable. We got our NOA2 sometime in Febuary and whenever I check our case status it still appears to be pending. I hope they can change their system or update their web from time to time.

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This morning, I've checked our case status online using the USCIS website to see if they've already updated it and reflected that both our I-130 and I-129F were already approved sometime during the week of March 17. But to my surprise, our I-130 got another touched yesterday, April 13 :blink: This is soooo peculiar! :wacko: I just can't believe my eyes and it got me confused for a while. But anyhow, I hope they straighten things out because this online updates just doesn't make sense and instead of the applicant being well-informed of their real case status, what happens is that it becomes more complicated and perplex.

Anyhow, our online status for both I-130 and I-129 still has the infamous "case received and pending" status. So outdated :ranting:

If you think that's strange then ....read this :

I applied to remove the conditions on my Permanent Residency (I751) more then a year ago and two months ago I received my Green Card and a letter from my Senator that my case has been approved (three e-mails from USCIS also )

When I checked my status on line it shows that my case was transferred to the local office and is PENDING

HELLLLOOOOO.......I got the stupid card already ...what is still pending

Anybody speaks USCIS language?????

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"YOU HAVE CONNECTED TO A U.S. GOVERNMENT COMPUTER. IF YOU ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO ACCESS THIS SYSTEM, DISCONNECT NOW. All attempts to access and use this system and/or its resources are subject to keystroke monitoring and recording. Everyone using this system expressly consents to such monitoring and is advised that if such reveals possible evidence of criminal activity or abuse of authority, the information will be reported to authorities for action. Unauthorized access attempts or use in excess of documented authority may subject you to a fine and/or imprisonment in accordance with Title 18, USC, Section 1030 or administrative penalties or dismissal."

Wasn't aware of online case status when my wife and daughter first came here, hired a good immigration attorney, and wasn't the least bit concerned. Just got involved recently with no word from the USCIS on our I-751 status that is tantamount to getting a winning lottery ticket number.

Ha, will be nice to return to a normal life where as long as you pay your taxes, they will leave you alone. But expecting a tiny piece of paper from them seems to be too much.

And that a government of the people, by the people, for the people, seems to be asking for too much.

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