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Preparing for tomorrow's Citizenship appt @SFO

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
Timeline

Wife is getting very nervous by the minute, all 100 questions have been memorized, reading and writing piece is fine, don't know how to explain to her that it is not that difficult and that she must be calm and take deep breaths. Will post her experience afterwards.

Wish us luck .....


MIL's I-130 Timeline

03.10.2010: NOA-1 Notice Date

03.17.2010: $355.00 check for I-130 cashed

05.21.2010: $1,010.00 check for I-485 cashed

05.26.2010: I-797 Notice for Biometrics rcvd

06.17.2010: Biometrics taken

08.03.2010: Interview at USCIS San Francisco office

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Wife is getting very nervous by the minute, all 100 questions have been memorized, reading and writing piece is fine, don't know how to explain to her that it is not that difficult and that she must be calm and take deep breaths. Will post her experience afterwards.

Wish us luck .....

I've been in this country for almost half of my life. I arrived here in 1980 and five years later I became a US citizen. I did not have a problem with the test even though back then I was pretty young and sharp at taking tests. I don't think she should worry so much, and if you are God's children, then God will be with you always until the end of time. God will not abandon His children, and He will surely bless your wife.

Best wishes and God bless you...


Pat's Husband

K-1 visa

Bogotá, Colombia

Interview Date :............2008-05-15, VISA APPROVED

Visa Received :.............2008-05-20

U.S.A.

POE Date :..................2008-08-30 Saturday, Miami FL (awful - more than 5 hours)

Wedding Date : .............2008-09-11 Thursday

AOS:

Interview Appt:.............2009-02-05

GC approved:................2009-02-05

GC arrived:.................2009-02-17 (END)

GC expires:.................2011-02-05**

Removing of conditions (ROC):

ROC will be filed with:.....CSC

ROC filing date:............2010-11-13 (ACTUAL SENDING DATE, SATURDAY)

ROC filing received by CSC..2010-11-15 (CONFIRMED VIA EMAIL)

ROC check cashed by CSC.....2010-11-17

ROC NOA date received:......2010-11-20

ROC NOA date printed:.......2010-11-15

ROC RFE dates(if any):......(none so far)

ROC Bio Appt Date(if any):..2010-12-22

ROC Interview Date(if any):.None

ROC GC approved Date:.......2011-02-16

ROC GC received Date:.......2011-02-22 (END)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Germany
Timeline

Good luck!!!!


06/02/2006 - filed I-129F

12/16/2006 - Enter States thru Atlanta

01/13/2007 - Marriage

01/19/2007 - Filed AOS and EAD to Chicago

02/06/2007 - NOA that AOS has been forwarded to CSC

02/12/2007 - Fingerprinting in St. Louis

03/28/2007 - email notification that card production ordered!!!! (Day 68)

04/20/2007 - GC in the mail.....no more USCIS for 2 years!!!!!

12/29/08 - Filed I-751 to VSC

01/12/09 - NOA in mail

01/24/09 - received ASC notice

02/06/09 - biometrics appointment in Orlando

02/09/09 - touch

06/01/09 - approval letter in mail

12/11/09 - Filed N-400 to NSC

12/14/09 - Package arrived at NSC

12/26/09 - NOA in mail

01/22/10 - Fingerprinting in Orlando

03/08/10 - Interview in Orlando (passed)

03/12/10 - Oath Ceremony

Matthew Quoc-Minh *11/29/08*

7 lbs 6 oz. (3.35 kg) and 20" (51cm)

01/29/09 (2-month-check-up): 11.9 lbs (5.4 kg) and 22" (56cm)

03/30/09 (4-month-check-up): 16.5 lbs (7.5 kg) and 25" (63cm)

05/29/09 (6-month-check-up): 19.2 lbs (8.7 kg) and 26" (66cm)

12/1/09 (12-month-check-up): 22 lbs (10 kg) and 30.3" (77cm)

06/11/10 (18-month-check-up): 27.5 lbs (12.5 kg) and 33.5" (85cm)

12/13/10 (24-month-check-up): 31.7 lbs (14.4 kg) and 35.8" (91cm)

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Filed: Other Country: Thailand
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Good luck!! I just went through the interview last week (4/15) and already got the letter for Oath ceremony. She will be worried (because I was very worried and nervous).. just tell her to stay positive. Plus I think if she gets the first 6 questions right.. they will stop at that. She wouldn't have to do 10 of them. The writing and reading is also very simple. The officer that interview me only went through the application that I sent in to make sure everything was up to date. It's nothing like job interview.

Anyways.. good luck!!! :thumbs:

Tena


I'm going to travel the world when I get my US passport

Arrived to the US: 09 Jul, 1997

Permanent Resident since: 09 Jul, 1997

Mailed N-400: 07/24/07

NSC Received N-400: 07/26/07

Date Green Domestic Return Receipt Request returned: 08/01/07

Check cashed: 08/01/07

NOA1 date: 09/10/07

Recieved NOA1: 09/14/07

FP notice received: 09/14/07

FP date: 10/03/07

Interview letter received: 03/15/08

Interview date: 04/15/08

Oath date: 05/07/08

It took 288 days for me to complete my journey

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