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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Indonesia
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My wife was approved and received her EAD after our AOS application. We took her passport, certified marriage certificate and the EAD card with the letter showing it was processed 9/17/09 to our local SS ofc. Of course we were shocked to here the agent tell us that they can't proceed because USCIS didn't communicate this to SS computer system.

We visited the SS ofc. on Sept. 28th and they said they will check every few days to see if their computers show this

updated information. Then they said it could take 6-8 weeks before we receive the card in the mail.

Please advise, my top is ready to blow!

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heyy... can you fill Iin's timeliness? thank you so much...^_^

K-1

10/6/2008: I-129F

4/14/2009: Visa in hand

5/17/2009: POE (Yaaaay!!)

AOS

9/8/2009: Sent I-765, I-485

12/7/2009: Interview

2/27/2010: GC in hands!! Thanks to GOD!!

ROC

11/21/2011: Sent I-751

11/23/2011: Package received

11/28/2011: Check cashed

11/23/2011: NOA dated

12/1/2011 : NOA received

1/03/2012 : Called USCIS for bio letter

1/16/2012 : Biometrics Notice Date

1/21/2012 : Biometrics Letter

2/13/2012 : Biometrics Appointment

4/27/2012 : Decision of Date

5/3/2012 : Notice of Approval

6/1/2012 : GC in hand :-D

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Congrats and I think you will receive SS card sooner than 6-8 weeks...more like 2 weeks. That's how long it took my wife. :thumbs: :thumbs:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico
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they gave me a hard time because i did not have my original bc but after i got it i went to the SSA and applied for it, the nice lady that attended me said it would be in the mail by two weeks i hope it's here this weekend that is how long it looks like it took most people that have that annotaded in their timelines

AOS AUGUST 2009 FILERS SPREADSHEET

OUR TIMELINE

11-19-2008 Married Edward and became Mrs. Negron

08-11-2009 Received four NOA (I-130, I-485, EAD, and AP)

09-10-2009 AP Received

09-11-2009 Biometrics Appt 9.AM

09-19-2009 EAD RECIEVED

09-25-2009 Applied for SSN

09-25-2009 received interview letter for 10-22-2009 at 10:30 am

10-03-2009 received SSN

10-05-2009 applied for CA ID

10-15-2009 received CA id

10-22-2009 Interview APPROVED

10-29-2009 received welcome letter and I130 NOA2

10-31-2009 Received conditional GC

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Malaysia
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Definitely not 6-8 weeks!! I applied got my card in less than 2 weeks and the application was a breeze. So no worries.....

Cheers..

“You need to be aware of what others are doing, applaud their efforts, acknowledge their successes, and encourage them in their pursuits. When we all help one another, everybody wins.” - Jim Stovall -

Our Journey

2008-08-15 .......... Married on K-1!!!!

2009-08-28 .......... Sent AOS (I-485 and I-765) Application to Chicago

2009-09-11 .......... NOA 1 for I-485 and I-765

2009-09-25 .......... Biometrics Appointment in Charlotte, NC (walk-in)

2009-10-08 .......... EAD Approved (CRIS update)

2009-10-08 .......... I-485 Touched, I-485 Case transferred to CSC (CRIS update)

2009-10-09 .......... Biometrics Appointment #2 in Charlotte, NC (walk-in)

2009-10-15 .......... I-485 Case transferred to USCIS office

2009-10-16 .......... I-485 Touched, EAD card arrived in the mail

2009-10-19 .......... I-485 Touched

2009-11-04 .......... I-485 Touched

2009-11-05 .......... I-485 RFE (CRIS update)

2009-11-06 .......... I-485 Touched

2009-11-10 .......... RFE arrived in the mail

2009-11-12 .......... RFE response sent back to CSC

2009-11-17 .......... RFE Received at CSC (CRIS update)

2009-11-18 .......... I-485 Touched

2009-11-23 .......... I-485 Notice that new permanent resident status has been registered

2009-11-24 .......... I-485 Card production ordered

2009-11-25 .......... I-485 Touched

2009-11-30 .......... I-485 Approval Notice sent, Permanent Resident Card in the mail!!!

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Delays in the USCIS updating the computer happens too often. If you cannot wait an option is to make an infopass appointment to see what the delay is in the computer. But, this may be a mute action.

Or you can rely on the patience the USCIS is forcing you to learn.

Naturalization

3/23/14 - N400 package sent to Phoenix

3/27/14 - N400 package delivered

4/3/14 - NOA1 receipt date

4/4/14 - check cashed

04/29/14 - biometrics date

07/01/14 - interview date

xx/xx/xx - Oath Ceremony

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