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Has anyone done early biometrics in Oklahoma City. I got a letter to re-take my fingerprints but I will be traveling for work and I do not find in this forum someone with early biometrics in that center. Any experience?


K1 process

20-11-06 We sent our petition I129F

28-12-06 NOA1

14-02-07 NOA2

17-03-07 Packet 4 arrived

29-05-07 Successful interview. (We waited that long because my fiance travels a lot)

AOS

15-07-07 Wedding

14-08-07 Interview in OK City, AOS, EAD and AP

15-09-07 NOA for EAD and AP.(sep 13)and on 20-09-07 NOA for AOS. (sep 13)

13-10-07 AP received

17-10-07 Biometrics.

29-10-07 EAD received

28-11-07 Card production ordered

11-12-07 Green Card on hand.

Removing conditions

4-09-09 Send papers to VSC

8-09-09 Confirmation via FedEx (Same as NOA)

07-10-09 Biometrics appointment

20-10-09 Second biometric (29 was the date)

24-12-09 Approved green card

19-01-10 Green card on hand

Citizenship

09-29-10 Send papers to Dallas lockbox

01-18-2011 Interview

04-13-2011 Oath ceremony

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Has anyone done early biometrics in Oklahoma City. I got a letter to re-take my fingerprints but I will be traveling for work and I do not find in this forum someone with early biometrics in that center. Any experience?

I am on the same-quasi situation. I also have a bio appt letter (but not a second one) that is coinciding with a trip I have to make. I hear it is case by case, sometimes they let you, sometimes they don't. I am not sure how long a drive it is for you to go to Oklahoma city for the appointment.

What I am doing tomorrow is to try to do a walk-in in Santa Rosa (about 1:30 hour driving no traffic), and I am also bringing a copy of my itinerary/ticket receipt to prove I won't be in the state on my scheduled appointment date. If they don't let me do the walk-in tomorrow, I will try again next week. If they don't allow me again for a second time, then I will submit a request to have the appointment date changed. At least that's my strategy.


02/2001 - Met in Europe

08/2004 - Moved to USA

08/2007 - Married in Brazil

09/2007 - Submitted AOS to VSC

12/2007 - AOS approved

09/2009 - Submitted I-751 to CSC

10/2009 - ROC approved (1 month 2 days from receipt date)

12/2010 - Submitted N400

01/2011 - Biometrics (twice)

02/2011 - Citizenship Interview and Civics Test

04/2011 - Oath Ceremony/American Citizen

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Has anyone done early biometrics in Oklahoma City. I got a letter to re-take my fingerprints but I will be traveling for work and I do not find in this forum someone with early biometrics in that center. Any experience?

I am on the same-quasi situation. I also have a bio appt letter (but not a second one) that is coinciding with a trip I have to make. I hear it is case by case, sometimes they let you, sometimes they don't. I am not sure how long a drive it is for you to go to Oklahoma city for the appointment.

What I am doing tomorrow is to try to do a walk-in in Santa Rosa (about 1:30 hour driving no traffic), and I am also bringing a copy of my itinerary/ticket receipt to prove I won't be in the state on my scheduled appointment date. If they don't let me do the walk-in tomorrow, I will try again next week. If they don't allow me again for a second time, then I will submit a request to have the appointment date changed. At least that's my strategy.

I was supposed to travel on the 9th, and on the 8th it was postponed to the 16th. Today i had to postponed to the 26 and when i get home i found out the appointment is for the 29. I do not want to reschedule the appointment because even if i have a return ticket if this thing (an oil well) keeps postponing, i will not be here for that time either. I will need to change the ticket again! (each time is 250 dolares!)


K1 process

20-11-06 We sent our petition I129F

28-12-06 NOA1

14-02-07 NOA2

17-03-07 Packet 4 arrived

29-05-07 Successful interview. (We waited that long because my fiance travels a lot)

AOS

15-07-07 Wedding

14-08-07 Interview in OK City, AOS, EAD and AP

15-09-07 NOA for EAD and AP.(sep 13)and on 20-09-07 NOA for AOS. (sep 13)

13-10-07 AP received

17-10-07 Biometrics.

29-10-07 EAD received

28-11-07 Card production ordered

11-12-07 Green Card on hand.

Removing conditions

4-09-09 Send papers to VSC

8-09-09 Confirmation via FedEx (Same as NOA)

07-10-09 Biometrics appointment

20-10-09 Second biometric (29 was the date)

24-12-09 Approved green card

19-01-10 Green card on hand

Citizenship

09-29-10 Send papers to Dallas lockbox

01-18-2011 Interview

04-13-2011 Oath ceremony

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