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Filed: Country: Philippines
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hello everyone :) .....just done my biometrics this morning and I am confuse to what will I do next :( ...and also I am waiting for my EAD..uhmm... after biometrics..what will I do now? ..

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Service Center :California Service Center

Consulate :Manilla, Philipines

I-129F Sent :August 04, 2009

I-129F NOA1 :August 05, 2009

I-129F NOA2 :October 27, 2009

NVC Received :November 04, 2009

NVC Left :November 04, 2009

Medical Exam: December 01, 2009

Interview: December 16,2009

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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According to your timeline you entered on a K-1 visa and have filed your Adjustment of Status forms. Having received your biometrics notice, shown up, and completed your biometrics .. you don't really have anything to do at all. Ain't that a kick? :) The ball is totally back in their court, so to speak. The next thing that will happen is that you will receive your EAD and AP documents at some point, and somewhat later (or earlier, who knows these days?) either an interview notice, or a notice of transfer to the California Service Center, which would be good news if it happens because it would mean you probably wouldn't get an interview.

You don't have to do anything right now, except watch your mailbox carefully and obsessively log in to the USCIS system to check your case everyday :lol:

Coming here frequently to relate your experiences and help people who're going through the steps you've completed is a good idea too! :)

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DON'T PANIC

"It says wonderful things about the two countries [Canada and the US] that neither one feels itself being inundated by each other's immigrants."

-Douglas Coupland

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Filed: Country: Philippines
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Thank you so much :) ... the biometrics was quite easy.. but they are strict inside the office..they wont allow you to have your cellphones ..if you did brought it with you, just keep it and turn it off...and...to those who are goin to have their biometrics done.. Bring with you your marriage certificate and Social Security because in the form there is a blank which you will provide your SS./ Alien #..


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Service Center :California Service Center

Consulate :Manilla, Philipines

I-129F Sent :August 04, 2009

I-129F NOA1 :August 05, 2009

I-129F NOA2 :October 27, 2009

NVC Received :November 04, 2009

NVC Left :November 04, 2009

Medical Exam: December 01, 2009

Interview: December 16,2009

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