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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
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Hello everyone,

I am in Tampa and new to this forum and need a little help. I already apologize if I am not in the right category to ask that questions.

I filed for my AP (among others), last January and been looking at the website ever since. The message is the same, case received and pending.

As per a message i read this morning on this forum, i registered for a portfolio on the USCIS website.

My questions are: If on the portfolio it says (for the AP), last updated 18 January, does that mean that my file has been sitting on someone's desk for almost 3 months?

And will I receive updated emails from them only when it is "touched"?

Thanks for help.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hello everyone,

I am in Tampa and new to this forum and need a little help. I already apologize if I am not in the right category to ask that questions.

I filed for my AP (among others), last January and been looking at the website ever since. The message is the same, case received and pending.

As per a message i read this morning on this forum, i registered for a portfolio on the USCIS website.

My questions are: If on the portfolio it says (for the AP), last updated 18 January, does that mean that my file has been sitting on someone's desk for almost 3 months?

And will I receive updated emails from them only when it is "touched"?

Thanks for help.

It means that USCIS system has no subsequent scan of the barcode on the application file since that date. It could be on someone's desk or most likely it is sitting in a box on a shelf.

Have you had biometrics yet?

Edited by fwaguy

YMMV

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
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Thanks for your reply fwaguy.

Yes I have done the biometrics about 1 month ago. As i was reading different posts, it just made me wonder if 3 months without an update for the AP was "normal"

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