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After Biometrics application and having your signature,photo and fingerprint taken what is the process?

I checked online account and they updated the date to today's date but when I click each case number the details are same as it was when they sent notice of receipt for petitions.

Is it normal?why didn't they mention about biometrics and whether successful or not?

Can we know if our biometrics application is successful or not?

In case they want me to go again for biometrics (as my digital signature took 5-6 times and the lady was irritated.)

Our digital signature they take from us during biometrics does come on our green card and/or EAD?

what if our signature is not as we usually do?(its difficult use that type of pad and pen)

after biometrics what are the steps from them?

if biometrics is successful do they transfer it to CSC?

what do we have to now after biometrics?

how much time it takes usually to take get EAD or AOS after that?

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After Biometrics application and having your signature,photo and fingerprint taken what is the process?

I checked online account and they updated the date to today's date but when I click each case number the details are same as it was when they sent notice of receipt for petitions.

Is it normal?why didn't they mention about biometrics and whether successful or not? Normally you'll see no change of status online - often though, within a few days, you'll see a 'touch.' (Don't be terribly concerned if you don't or it takes a few days more.

Can we know if our biometrics application is successful or not? No but generally it is just fine.

In case they want me to go again for biometrics (as my digital signature took 5-6 times and the lady was irritated.)

Our digital signature they take from us during biometrics does come on our green card and/or EAD? Yes

what if our signature is not as we usually do?(its difficult use that type of pad and pen) It's no big deal.

after biometrics what are the steps from them? AOS/EAD and AP Process as normal.

if biometrics is successful do they transfer it to CSC? Not always - only if they determine an interview is not necessary.

what do we have to now after biometrics? Wait

how much time it takes usually to take get EAD or AOS after that? (EAD takes 70-90 days - AOS can be longer)

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The FBI will tell you if your fingerprints are accepted....meaning were taken successfully.

304-625-5590


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: India
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After biometrics you just wait to get your EAD & AP, which usually takes a month or so. They don't wait to see if your biometrics are successful or not to transfer to CSC, our was transferred even before biometrics.

after biometrics what are the steps from them?

if biometrics is successful do they transfer it to CSC?

what do we have to now after biometrics?

how much time it takes usually to take get EAD or AOS after that?


AOS/ROC/Citizenship Timeline

DO - Baltimore

2010/2011

Day 0 - Nov. 29: I-751(ROC) Package Sent

Day 1 - Nov. 30: I-751(ROC) Package Delivered @ VSC

Day 4 - Dec. 03: I-751(ROC) Check Cashed

Day 34 - Jan. 13-2011: I-751(ROC) Biometrics Appointment Letter for 1/31/11

Day 46 - Jan. 31-2011: I-751(ROC) Biometrics Completed

Day 138 - Jun. 09-2011: I-751(ROC) Approval Letter Received

2011

Day 0 - Oct. 26 '11: N400 Package Sent

Day 1 - Oct. 27 '11: N400 Package Delivered @ Lewisville, TX

Day 5 - Oct. 31 '11: N400 NOA-1

Day 34 - Nov. 28 '11: Email: Placed in line for interview

Day 57 - Dec. 22 '11: Received yellow letter

Day 144 - Mar. 17 '12: Received fingerprinting letter

Day 147 - Mar. 20 '12: Biometrics completed

Day 156 - Mar. 29 '12: Email: Interview scheduled, letter in mail

Day 190 - May. 02 '12: Interview Completed, Passed, Oath same day

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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The FBI will tell you if your fingerprints are accepted....meaning were taken successfully.

304-625-5590

Can I use that contact number to reach the FBI and ask them if my biometric fingerprints are ok or not? What would be my inquiry just in case I want to call them?


"Have faith in God, Jesus answered. I'll tell you the truth. if anyone says to this mountain, Go, throw yourself to the sea, and that does not doubt in his heart but believes that what he says will happen. it will be done for him. Therefore I'll tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours" (MARK 11:22-24)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: India
Timeline

Yes, as the previous poster mentioned, you can call that number and they will tell you if your finger prints were accepted or not. They will not tell you anything more than that, as I called them after our biometrics to find out what the status was...

The FBI will tell you if your fingerprints are accepted....meaning were taken successfully.

304-625-5590

Can I use that contact number to reach the FBI and ask them if my biometric fingerprints are ok or not? What would be my inquiry just in case I want to call them?


AOS/ROC/Citizenship Timeline

DO - Baltimore

2010/2011

Day 0 - Nov. 29: I-751(ROC) Package Sent

Day 1 - Nov. 30: I-751(ROC) Package Delivered @ VSC

Day 4 - Dec. 03: I-751(ROC) Check Cashed

Day 34 - Jan. 13-2011: I-751(ROC) Biometrics Appointment Letter for 1/31/11

Day 46 - Jan. 31-2011: I-751(ROC) Biometrics Completed

Day 138 - Jun. 09-2011: I-751(ROC) Approval Letter Received

2011

Day 0 - Oct. 26 '11: N400 Package Sent

Day 1 - Oct. 27 '11: N400 Package Delivered @ Lewisville, TX

Day 5 - Oct. 31 '11: N400 NOA-1

Day 34 - Nov. 28 '11: Email: Placed in line for interview

Day 57 - Dec. 22 '11: Received yellow letter

Day 144 - Mar. 17 '12: Received fingerprinting letter

Day 147 - Mar. 20 '12: Biometrics completed

Day 156 - Mar. 29 '12: Email: Interview scheduled, letter in mail

Day 190 - May. 02 '12: Interview Completed, Passed, Oath same day

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