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Received Interview Date notice in mail April 23rd

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Morocco
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So we missed our interview date this past Monday since we received the notice today in the mail. We changed our address a year ago and ALL communication/notices from USCIS have been sent to the updated address over the past year. Every time we call USCIS 800# they ask if we have changed our address and want to confirm the new address and they always have the updated address. Our last infopass in January at our local office the officer asked if we had moved and wanted to verify that they had the correct address and they did.

Unfortuately, the notice that we received for the interview was sent to the OLD address. I didn't think they forwarded USCIS mail but thank God it was forwarded from our old address to our new one today. The notice was sent April 12, 2008 for an interview on April 21, 2008. That has got to be a record to scheduling an interview so quickly which would have been fantastic IF we had the notice before the actual interview date.

We will call our congressman tomorrow to see what if anything we can do. Are we screwed and denied now? Is there a chance that they will reschedule another interview? After over a freakin' year of waiting and now this... :angry:

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"True freedom and the end of suffering is living in such a way as if you had completely chosen whatever you feel or experience at this moment. This inner alignment with Now is the end of suffering. Is suffering really necessary? Yes and no. If you had not suffered as you have, there would be no depth to you as a human being, no humility, no compassion. You would not be reading this now. Suffering cracks open the shell of ego, and then comes a point when it has served its purpose. Suffering is necessary until you realize it is unnecessary." Eckhart Tolle

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I dont see how they could deny you seeing that it was their fault that they sent it to the wrong address. As you said, they have been informed for quite some time that your address had changed. Call your congressman. I have done that in reguards to me getting a SSN to get on my husbands insurance and they are working on it now for me. Hopefully things get straightened out for you and I wish you the best!

Mary


Here's my K-1 Timeline:

October 2006 - I-129F sent

10/24/2007 - INTERVIEW DATE!!!!!....APPROVED!!

10/30/2007 - Visa in hand!

AOS Timeline:

1/30/08 - Sent AOS pkg Priority Mail with USPS

3/12/08 - Biometrics taken

3/29/08 - EAD and AP in hand for me and my son

5/21/08 - Email-GC on its way!...RFE for my son's application

5/27/08 - GC arrives!!!

7/02/08 - Sons GC arrives!!!

ROC TIMELINE

3/23/10 - ROC sent!

3/29/10 - NOA1

4/22/10 - Biometrics Appt for me and my son

6/30/10 - Email saying card production ordered for me and my son

7/6/10 - Letter in the mail saying cards will arrive within 60 days

7/10/10 - Both cards received!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: India
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If it were me, I would immediately go (both of you) TODAY to the office where the interview was, show the notice and explain the situation. At the very least, call up USCIS AND schedule an Infopass for the first available moment you can. Be QUICK! I saw a similar situation and they went through MONTHS of hassle before the denial (due to not appearing for their interview, though they never got the notice) was reversed. Yes it is NOT your fault but this is the govt we are talking about!

This is one glaring defect in the online online update system, there is never any mention of a scheduled interview. :angry: They should put the interview date online and say when they send the interview notice!!! :ranting:

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***Nagaraju & Eileen***
K1 (Fiance Visa)
Oct 18, 2006: NOA1
Feb 8, 2007: NOA2
April 13, 2007: INTERVIEW in Chennai -Approved
May 25, 2007: USA Arrival! EAD at JFK
June 15, 2007: Married
AOS (Adjustment of Status)
June 21, 2007: AOS/EAD Submitted
Sept 18, 2007: AOS Interview - APPROVED!!
ROC (Removing of Conditions)
June 23, 2009: Sent in I-751 packet
Sept 11, 2009: APPROVED!!
Sept 18, 2009: Received 10-year Green Card!

Naturalization
July 15, 2010: Sent N-400 packet
July 23, 2010: NOA Notice date
Oct 15, 2010: Citizenship Interview - Passed!
Nov 15, 2010: Oath Ceremony in Fresno, CA
Nov 24, 2010: Did SSN and Applied for Passport
Dec 6, 2010: Passport Arrives
Dec 7, 2010: Sent for Indian Passport Surrender Certificate
Dec 27, 2010: Surrender Certificate Arrives
Jan 3, 2011: Sent for Overseas Citizenship of India Card
March 1, 2011: Received OCI card!

Divorce

Feb 2015:​ Found out he was cheating (prostitutes / escorts)

​May 2015: Divorce Final

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It seems like we're in a very similar situation...not with the interview notice being sent to the wrong address, but the fact that our files were in California, then sent to the local office and we're both having to get updates through our congressman's office.

Once your file was sent from California (or NSC) to your local office, how long did it take you to hear that it was actually at your local office? They told us to wait 3 weeks before contacting them again, and it's now been almost 5. We're very anxious to get an interview or...anything, really.

Good luck with getting a new interview date and keep us updated.


I-129F

10/23/2006 - I-129F approved (97 days from CSC)

AOS

03/03/2007 - Married!

03/14/2007 - I-485 + I-765 sent

03/21/2007 - NOA1, Checks cashed

06/01/2007 - EAD card production e-mail received (74 days)

07/27/2007 - EAD RECEIVED (57 days after approval)

11/29/2007 - Infopass appointment - file was sent to a storage facility before it was finished processing.

05/28/2008 - Received AOS Interview notice

07/10/2008 - AOS Interview-APPROVED pending fingerprints

09/22/2008 - GREEN CARD IN HAND!

Removing Conditions

06/04/2010 - Sent I-751

06/07/2010 - NOA1

06/09/2010 - Check cashed

07/22/2010 - Biometrics Appointment

09/08/2010 - Card production e-mail

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
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I agree with previous poster to go for an Infopass appt. I think I read something really similar to this on this forum recently, and that's what that couple did - and they ended up having their interview "on the spot" at their Infopass appointment. So I would go prepared.

(we had a similar situation for the K-1 interview - we never recieved the interview notice. thankfully, our lawyer found out about the interview 4 days ahead of time, which was the only thing of value he did for us)


Our journey:

4/30/08 - AOS/EAD/AP mailed to Chicago lockbox

5/1/08 - packaged rcvd at lockbox

5/8/08 - All 3 NOAs received (dated 5/6)

5/8/08 - check cashed

5/10/08 - Biometrics letter received

5/27/08 - Biometrics appointment

6/10/08 - case transferred to CSC - YAY!

7/11/08 - rcvd emails that EAD card ordered and AP approved!

7/18/08 - AP rcvd

7/19/08 - EAD rcvd

7/29/08 - received email: card production ordered

8/2/08 - GREEN CARD RECEIVED IN MAIL!!!

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Morocco
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It seems like we're in a very similar situation...not with the interview notice being sent to the wrong address, but the fact that our files were in California, then sent to the local office and we're both having to get updates through our congressman's office.

Once your file was sent from California (or NSC) to your local office, how long did it take you to hear that it was actually at your local office? They told us to wait 3 weeks before contacting them again, and it's now been almost 5. We're very anxious to get an interview or...anything, really.

Good luck with getting a new interview date and keep us updated.

After about 2 weeks we called our congressman's office to find out where the file was once we got the transfer letter to our local office. Their office contacted Des Moines who sent a letter requesting the file to NVC. After about 3 weeks of no response from NVC, our congressman's office called Des Moines again to have them request the file from NVC again. Finally, after a total of 8 weeks, we got the infamous letter in the mail for our interview.

lynie - I was the one that posted that we had the interview on-the-spot at the Infopass. So we were told by the officer that a decision would be made this past Monday by his supervisor about our case. The congressman's office sent me an email today saying they checked with Des Moines this morning and no decision has been made yet. :(


"True freedom and the end of suffering is living in such a way as if you had completely chosen whatever you feel or experience at this moment. This inner alignment with Now is the end of suffering. Is suffering really necessary? Yes and no. If you had not suffered as you have, there would be no depth to you as a human being, no humility, no compassion. You would not be reading this now. Suffering cracks open the shell of ego, and then comes a point when it has served its purpose. Suffering is necessary until you realize it is unnecessary." Eckhart Tolle

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