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12 months and no word from VSC

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
Timeline

Anybody in same situation? I checked out the processing time and it said December 20, 2007 - and mine was received December 17, 2007. USCIS did not even send anything saying that they are aware that the one-year extension expired and this is what's going to happen next or it's been extended for one more year. I have to go back and read the letter again - it might have said "valid for 12 months or when application is approved"?

What should I do now?

Also, USCIS customer service is no help. I can't seem to get a person to talk to me... I press 0 and it hangs up. Any advise?

Thanks!


This is NOT the official timeline for Lifting of Conditions processing, use as reference only:

06.22.09-received both son's & wife's 10-year GC.

06.05.09-I-751 APPROVED

02.26.09-passport stamped temporary GC.

01.12.09-son's biometrics taken, after 12 months.

12.18.08-still no word from VSC

12.17.08-extended expiration date of conditional status

01.12.08-wife's biometrics taken, waiting for son's appt.

12.19.07-received NOA and EAC#

12.17.07-check cleared my account, cashed on 12.13.07

12.04.07-submitted Form I-751

01.26.06-day 150 (432): son's case approved... no interview. GC rec'd 02/11/06

12.29.05-day 121 (403): wife's case approved... no interview. GC rec'd 01/09/06

11.29.05-day 091 (373): wife's AOS & EAD biometrics done.

11.02.05-day 064 (346): EAD approved, card rec'd 12/05/05

10.15.05-day 046 (328): son's AOS biometrics done

09.09.05-day 010 (292): NOA's received

09.06.05-day 007 (289): AOS & EAD papers received by MSC

08.30.05-day 001 (282): filed AOS/EAD papers

07.12.05-day 233: "JUST MARRIED!"

see my timeline for K1 processing...

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
Timeline

Info pass and request an I-551 stamp in your passport.

You can also file an N-400 for citizenship, I-751 can be pending while you file the N-400, this has the effect of jumpstarting the I-751. N-400 process cannot start until I-751 is approved.

How about adding removal of conditions to your timeline? http://www.visajourney.com/timeline/profile.php?id=6936

Edited by YuAndDan

OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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