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I found the address of the nearest ASC to us;

in the online data they say "appointments only"

but I have heard of successful walk-ins.

Does she have to wait for an actual biometrics

appointment at a specific location or can a

walk-in be done at any time before the

interview? There would be 2 possible locations

to which she may be invited for biometrics.


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I found the address of the nearest ASC to us;

in the online data they say "appointments only"

but I have heard of successful walk-ins.

Does she have to wait for an actual biometrics

appointment at a specific location or can a

walk-in be done at any time before the

interview? There would be 2 possible locations

to which she may be invited for biometrics.

Normally you have to have at least the appt letter before they will accomodate you. Wait for the letter and then go. When I had my N400 bio I picked Friday around 2-3 to go and the ASC was deserted - no one but ASC staff.

(N400 people from military and their family members can pick which ASC they want to go to (even if their notice sends them to a different ASC) and can walk in even without bio notice - new rules)


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Normally you have to have at least the appt letter before they will accomodate you. Wait for the letter and then go. When I had my N400 bio I picked Friday around 2-3 to go and the ASC was deserted - no one but ASC staff.

(N400 people from military and their family members can pick which ASC they want to go to (even if their notice sends them to a different ASC) and can walk in even without bio notice - new rules)

Thanks, we got the appt. letter today, for May 7.

She will have to go early because she has a

medical procedure on her foot scheduled for May 4.

I'll keep that time in mind - looks like a good time

to go, after the noon rush when people go there

on their lunch hour.


02/2003 - Met

08/24/09 I-129F; 09/02 NOA1; 10/14 NOA2; 11/24 interview; 11/30 K-1 VISA (92 d); 12/29 POE 12/31/09 Marriage

03/29/-04/06/10 - AOS sent/rcd; 04/13 NOA1; AOS 2 NBC

04/14 $1010 cashed; 04/19 NOA1

04/28 Biom.

06/16 EAD/AP

06/24 Infops; AP mail

06/28 EAD mail; travel 2 BKK; return 07/17

07/20/10 interview, 4d. b4 I-129F anniv. APPROVAL!*

08/02/10 GC

08/09/10 SSN

2012-05-16 Lifting Cond. - I-751 sent

2012-06-27 Biom,

2013-01-10 7 Mo, 2 Wks. & 5 days - 10 Yr. PR Card (no interview)

*2013-04-22 Apply for citizenship (if she desires at that time) 90 days prior to 3yr anniversary of P. Residence

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Thanks, we got the appt. letter today, for May 7.

She will have to go early because she has a

medical procedure on her foot scheduled for May 4.

I'll keep that time in mind - looks like a good time

to go, after the noon rush when people go there

on their lunch hour.

PS - she will have podiatrist's note (will do operation May4)

to show them that she will have difficulty getting around

on May 7. That should encourage them to take her on an

earlier day without rescheduling. They have a box on

the notice form for rescheduling but I'm guessing it would

be put off 2-3 weeks that way. We hope she can get the

GC before going to Thailand in July; in any case she

should have the AP certificate by then.


02/2003 - Met

08/24/09 I-129F; 09/02 NOA1; 10/14 NOA2; 11/24 interview; 11/30 K-1 VISA (92 d); 12/29 POE 12/31/09 Marriage

03/29/-04/06/10 - AOS sent/rcd; 04/13 NOA1; AOS 2 NBC

04/14 $1010 cashed; 04/19 NOA1

04/28 Biom.

06/16 EAD/AP

06/24 Infops; AP mail

06/28 EAD mail; travel 2 BKK; return 07/17

07/20/10 interview, 4d. b4 I-129F anniv. APPROVAL!*

08/02/10 GC

08/09/10 SSN

2012-05-16 Lifting Cond. - I-751 sent

2012-06-27 Biom,

2013-01-10 7 Mo, 2 Wks. & 5 days - 10 Yr. PR Card (no interview)

*2013-04-22 Apply for citizenship (if she desires at that time) 90 days prior to 3yr anniversary of P. Residence

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