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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hi VJ Family I received my GC last Sept 19, 2009 w/ wrong information (USCIS error) On Sept 21, 2009 I sent form I-90 including all docs to support my claim and waive the fee. They received the pocket on the 23rd. And on Oct 1st I received the NOA (notice date Sept 28,2009) for my application and said....

"THE APPLICATION HAS BEEN RECEIVED BY OUR OFFICE AND IS IN PROCESS.

PLS VERIFY YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION LISTED ABOVE AND IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE USCIS NATIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER AT THE PHONE NUMBER BELOW IF THERE ARE ANY CHANGES"

And then when I checked my CASE STATUS ONLINE heres what I saw...

On September 28, 2009, a fingerprint fee deficiency notice for this case I90 APPLICATION TO REPLACE ALIEN REGISTRATION CARD was mailed to you advising you that we have not received the finger print fee, the correct amount, or a signed check or money order. The notice provided you with instructions to follow to submit the necessary payment. Please submit the required payment as soon as possible or we will not be able to resume processing of this case.

My question is... w/c of the 2 statement is correct? The NOA letter stating verify my personal information or the status online ?Do you have any suggestion or advice that I need to do?

any suggestion and advice are greatly appreciated!

arch & cel


AOS JOURNEY

2007-05-07 (PM) Married

2007-05-09 AOS package sent

2007-05-10 AOS delivered to Chicago IL (day 1)

2007-05-15 NOA (not rcved in the mail) (day 6)

2007-06-01 Biometrics Notice in the Mail (day 23)

2007-06-27 Biometrics (day 49)

2007-06-20 Interview Notice Issued (day 42)

2007-06-23 Interview Notice in the Mail (day 45)

2007-08-10 Interview 10:00 am Sn Francisco (day 93) Approved

2007-08-21 Greencard received

Removal of Condition

2009-06-19 - sent

2009-06-25 - received

2009-06-26 - cheque cash

2009-07-17 - notice date

2009-08-14 - Biomentrics

2009-09-08 - Approved

2009-09-08 - 09-15 Card production ordered (email)(day 82)

2009-09-17 - Approval notice sent (email)

2009-09-19 - 10 year greencard received (w/wrong information)

2009-09-21 - I-90 sent

2009-11-04 - Card Production Order

2009-11-09 - Approval Notice received

2009-11-10 - Touched

1009-11-14 - Replacement 10 years greencard received (55 days)from filing expired 11/09/2019

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Hi VJ Family I received my GC last Sept 19, 2009 w/ wrong information (USCIS error) On Sept 21, 2009 I sent form I-90 including all docs to support my claim and waive the fee. They received the pocket on the 23rd. And on Oct 1st I received the NOA (notice date Sept 28,2009) for my application and said....

"THE APPLICATION HAS BEEN RECEIVED BY OUR OFFICE AND IS IN PROCESS.

PLS VERIFY YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION LISTED ABOVE AND IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE USCIS NATIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER AT THE PHONE NUMBER BELOW IF THERE ARE ANY CHANGES"

And then when I checked my CASE STATUS ONLINE heres what I saw...

On September 28, 2009, a fingerprint fee deficiency notice for this case I90 APPLICATION TO REPLACE ALIEN REGISTRATION CARD was mailed to you advising you that we have not received the finger print fee, the correct amount, or a signed check or money order. The notice provided you with instructions to follow to submit the necessary payment. Please submit the required payment as soon as possible or we will not be able to resume processing of this case.

My question is... w/c of the 2 statement is correct? The NOA letter stating verify my personal information or the status online ?Do you have any suggestion or advice that I need to do?

any suggestion and advice are greatly appreciated!

arch & cel

looks like both are. they received your application but sounds like they're not waiving the fee.

wait for the letter, it usually explains why and what you need to do.


I-129F, AOS, ROC

02-11-2008 Sent out I -129F in mail

02-13-2008 NOA 1

03-14-2008 NOA 2

04-07-2008 Medical exam passed

04-25-2008 Interview, visa aproved, no RFEs!

04-25-2008 Waiting for DELBROS/NSO

05-07-2008 Visa on hand ! Wow, less than 3 months! Thank you Lord!

05-26-2008 POE Detroit, no problems, thank God!

07-01-2008 Married 07-01-08, civil, just us w/ his parents

07-16-2008 Mailed out AOS package

07-19-2008 wedding ceremony

08-19-2008 biometrics appointment

08-25-2008 i-485 touched

09-23-2008 i-485 touched

09-30-2008 i-131 approval notice THANK YOU LORD!!!!

10-04-2008 Received my EAD

10-06-2008 Received my AP...yehey, i can go back to Phil for xmas!

11-14-2008 DMV driving test-passed! thank you Lord!

11-18-2008 Received RI driver's license

11-30-2008 Went home to PHILs for the holidays

12-21-2008 Church wedding!

01-08-2009 AOS Approved! thank you Lord! no interview required!

01-16-2009 Received GC in mail

09-02-2010 Sent out application for ROC

09-08-2010 Received NOA1

09-10-2010 Received Biometrics Notice

10-06-2010 Biometrics

12-06-2010 Approved! Thank you Lord God!

12-11-2010 Received NOA2 and 10-yr GC in the mail =)

N-400

10-03-2011 Sent N-400

10-07-2011 NOA1 date

10-25-2011 Biometrics

12-02-2011 Civics Test/Interview (passed)

04-09-2012 Oathtaking (got my little USA flag and souvenir photo!)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline
Hi VJ Family I received my GC last Sept 19, 2009 w/ wrong information (USCIS error) On Sept 21, 2009 I sent form I-90 including all docs to support my claim and waive the fee. They received the pocket on the 23rd. And on Oct 1st I received the NOA (notice date Sept 28,2009) for my application and said....

"THE APPLICATION HAS BEEN RECEIVED BY OUR OFFICE AND IS IN PROCESS.

PLS VERIFY YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION LISTED ABOVE AND IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE USCIS NATIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER AT THE PHONE NUMBER BELOW IF THERE ARE ANY CHANGES"

And then when I checked my CASE STATUS ONLINE heres what I saw...

On September 28, 2009, a fingerprint fee deficiency notice for this case I90 APPLICATION TO REPLACE ALIEN REGISTRATION CARD was mailed to you advising you that we have not received the finger print fee, the correct amount, or a signed check or money order. The notice provided you with instructions to follow to submit the necessary payment. Please submit the required payment as soon as possible or we will not be able to resume processing of this case.

My question is... w/c of the 2 statement is correct? The NOA letter stating verify my personal information or the status online ?Do you have any suggestion or advice that I need to do?

any suggestion and advice are greatly appreciated!

arch & cel

looks like both are. they received your application but sounds like they're not waiving the fee.

wait for the letter, it usually explains why and what you need to do.

Thanks Zen Den for your response...

Look at the date of my NOA and the the date of the my CASE STATUS ONLINE are the same Sept 28,2009 the status online is not tally with the receipt they said that I received. The instruction that I recieved is TO CHECK OR VERIFY only THE INFORMATION IF ITS CORRECT! w/c means that the name above is already correct, if not immediatly notify them call the number listed below

And according to the instruction we dont need to pay

or waive the fee in other words if its USCIS administraive error!

arch & cel


AOS JOURNEY

2007-05-07 (PM) Married

2007-05-09 AOS package sent

2007-05-10 AOS delivered to Chicago IL (day 1)

2007-05-15 NOA (not rcved in the mail) (day 6)

2007-06-01 Biometrics Notice in the Mail (day 23)

2007-06-27 Biometrics (day 49)

2007-06-20 Interview Notice Issued (day 42)

2007-06-23 Interview Notice in the Mail (day 45)

2007-08-10 Interview 10:00 am Sn Francisco (day 93) Approved

2007-08-21 Greencard received

Removal of Condition

2009-06-19 - sent

2009-06-25 - received

2009-06-26 - cheque cash

2009-07-17 - notice date

2009-08-14 - Biomentrics

2009-09-08 - Approved

2009-09-08 - 09-15 Card production ordered (email)(day 82)

2009-09-17 - Approval notice sent (email)

2009-09-19 - 10 year greencard received (w/wrong information)

2009-09-21 - I-90 sent

2009-11-04 - Card Production Order

2009-11-09 - Approval Notice received

2009-11-10 - Touched

1009-11-14 - Replacement 10 years greencard received (55 days)from filing expired 11/09/2019

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Thanks Zen Den for your response...

Look at the date of my NOA and the the date of the my CASE STATUS ONLINE are the same Sept 28,2009 the status online is not tally with the receipt they said that I received. The instruction that I recieved is TO CHECK OR VERIFY only THE INFORMATION IF ITS CORRECT! w/c means that the name above is already correct, if not immediatly notify them call the number listed below

And according to the instruction we dont need to pay

or waive the fee in other words if its USCIS administraive error!

arch & cel

arch and cel,

I am in the same situation, except it is 1.5 months later than your situation. Both $0-balance NOA in mail and fingerprint-fee-deficiency electronic notifications are dated as October 27. Actually the online notification was emailed 3 weeks later after October 27 but again with the same effective date of October 27. Before that the receipt number wasn't even in the database. As in your situation I never received the fingerprint-fee-deficiency notice in regular mail.

How did your situation resolve and what actions (or none) did you take?

It seems to me it is one of the scenarios:

1) Either their "cutting-edge technology" website is screwed up again and automatically sends these fee deficiency notices to everyone, even one is waived from the fee because of the administrative error on their side. And we should just ignore this electronic status.

or

2) We should believe their electronic status and they decided there were no administrative error on their side. But why they ask only for the fingerprint fee (I guess it is the biometric fee of $80), not the whole thing $290+$80=$370? If one fee is waived then the other one is waived. Otherwise there is no logic in it. If they decided it is not the mistake then why we didn't receive the same think in regular mail? And why would they ask for the fingerprint fee if they have already done so just 1-2 months ago in my case and it is still good. Something tells me that the scenario 2 is unlikely.

At the same time I don't want my I90 be sitting there for eternity. What would you suggest. Did you ultimately receive your fingerprint-fee-deficiency notice in regular mail? Or did you have to submit your payment? Did they want $80 (fingerprint fee) or the whole thing $370?

Thank you a lot.

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