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Hi everyone,

We just had our check cashed for the AOS paperwork. I'm assuming like all of the oringinal paperwork, if they cash your check, your case has been opened. I can view my check online and can see some of the numbers on the back. Can I follow my case on the USCIS site like before? If so, is the case number on my check? What am I looking for? Thank you!!

Meg


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10/11/2005 We met!

K-1

10/27/2007 Sent I-129F to VSC

05/09/2008 Interview. Approved.

06/23/2008 Point of Entry

07/02/2008 JP Wedding Date

AOS Paperwork

08/21/2008 Mailed AOS Paperwork

08/27/2008 Check Cashed/Case Opened

10/11/2008 Church Wedding

03/05/2009 Greencard Arrived!

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Hi everyone,

We just had our check cashed for the AOS paperwork. I'm assuming like all of the oringinal paperwork, if they cash your check, your case has been opened. I can view my check online and can see some of the numbers on the back. Can I follow my case on the USCIS site like before? If so, is the case number on my check? What am I looking for? Thank you!!

Meg

Your case number would not be on the reverse of the check. It will come when you get the USCIS notice of action (NOA). Then it may, or may not, be possible to check your case status on the website.

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Hi everyone,

We just had our check cashed for the AOS paperwork. I'm assuming like all of the oringinal paperwork, if they cash your check, your case has been opened. I can view my check online and can see some of the numbers on the back. Can I follow my case on the USCIS site like before? If so, is the case number on my check? What am I looking for? Thank you!!

Meg

Your case number would not be on the reverse of the check. It will come when you get the USCIS notice of action (NOA). Then it may, or may not, be possible to check your case status on the website.

Alright, thank you! I was hoping it was like with the K-1 paperwork where I could get the case number off the check and follow it online.


unitedkingdom-.gif

newzealand-.gifunitedstates-.gif

10/11/2005 We met!

K-1

10/27/2007 Sent I-129F to VSC

05/09/2008 Interview. Approved.

06/23/2008 Point of Entry

07/02/2008 JP Wedding Date

AOS Paperwork

08/21/2008 Mailed AOS Paperwork

08/27/2008 Check Cashed/Case Opened

10/11/2008 Church Wedding

03/05/2009 Greencard Arrived!

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Hi everyone,

We just had our check cashed for the AOS paperwork. I'm assuming like all of the oringinal paperwork, if they cash your check, your case has been opened. I can view my check online and can see some of the numbers on the back. Can I follow my case on the USCIS site like before? If so, is the case number on my check? What am I looking for? Thank you!!

Meg

Your case number would not be on the reverse of the check. It will come when you get the USCIS notice of action (NOA). Then it may, or may not, be possible to check your case status on the website.

Alright, thank you! I was hoping it was like with the K-1 paperwork where I could get the case number off the check and follow it online.

The problem remains that the USCIS website isn't being kept up to date in so many cases. Our AOS interview took place this past week, but the website still reports its NOA as of January 9, 2008. This is a common experience, according to other VJ readers.

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Even if you had your receipt number, you probably wouldn't see your application's progress yet.

Receipts are issued before the application is entered in the system.

Once you get your receipt, you can check online. It may take some time before your receipt number shows up as valid. Don't panic.

One of mine didn't show up until I changed my address 6+ months after receipt was issued. :)

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