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Once you get your long number from the back of the cashed cheque, or from the paper NOA1, you can register on the USCIS website. This will give you updates, and tell you if they have recently looked at your case. They will also email you when you are approved.


5th February 2008 - I-129F forms sent for K1 visa (VSC)

26th March 2008 - NOA2 recieved via email

19th May 2008 - Interview............APPROVED!!!!!!

21st May 2008 - Visa in hand

29th July 2008 - POE

2nd September 2008 - Married

19th September - Mailed AOS/EAD/AP to Chicago lockbox

25th September - Check cashed $1010.00 (OUCH!!)

29th September - Received NOA's for AOS/EAD/AP

13th October - AOS Petition transferred to CSC!!!

17th October - Biometrics (Tampa Office)

17th October - AOS/EAD Touched

20th October - AOS Touched

21st October - AOS Touched

6th November - AOS/EAD/AP Touched (probably due to change of address)

10th December - EAD approved

28th January 2009 - GC approved without interview. Done with all this till 2011!!!!!!!!

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Once you get your long number from the back of the cashed cheque, or from the paper NOA1, you can register on the USCIS website. This will give you updates, and tell you if they have recently looked at your case. They will also email you when you are approved.

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You are only emailed regarding your case when you sign up with the USCIS website and tick the box to receive email notifications. You are only sent these notifications for NOA and/or RFE. When someone says they have been 'touched' it merely means the date on the uscis page has changed. You will not receive an email.


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I assume they get the email adress from one provided on the I-129F, or when you register on the USCIS site.

When you register on the site you provide your email address. Then you tick the box to say you would like email updates. If a change is made (not a touch) then you will recieve an email letting you know the update.

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Just thought i'd add that you receive an email when you need to change your password as well... and oooh what a tease that is to see in your email when you don't know it's coming! :lol:


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YES! it is possible after you create your user on the USCIS website as others explained.

You'll only receive an email when your case is approved (NOA2). For NOA1 there will no email, just the notice through regular mail.


REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS

08.01.2011 - I-751 SENT

08.05.2011 - Check cashed

08.08.2011- NOA Received

08.19.2011 - Biometrics Letter Received

09.12.2011 - Biometrics Appointment

01.27.2012 - CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED!!!

02.01.2012 - 10 year GC Received.

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