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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hello guys,

We did reeived the Biometrics Appt Letter today 6/17/10 via mail, stamped 6/14/ but notified date on 6/11. We are schedule this coming July in San Francisco but trying to walk-in by early next week.

My question is, have anyone tried to walk-in their Biometric in San Francisco with any problems? I havent seen anyone who went to San Francisco USCIS in this forum.

Thanks...later.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: Japan
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Hi crisbess,

My husband did walk-in Biometrics at SF USCIS without problem 2 months ago. Just make sure to get there early :)


~Our ROC Timeline~

04/27/2012 - Sent I-751 to CSC

04/30/2012 - I-751 is delivered at CSC

05/10/2012 - I-751 check is cashed

05/10/2012 - I-751 NOA1 received! :)

05/15/2012 - Biometrics letter received

06/08/2012 - Scheduled Biometrics date - DONE! :D

11/24/2012 - I-751 NOA Approval Letter received - Dated 11/19/2012!!!

11/26/2012 - 10 year Green Card received today! WE ARE FINALLY DONE! :D

~See our K1 Visa & AOS timeline in "About Me" section~

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Hi crisbess,

My husband did walk-in Biometrics at SF USCIS without problem 2 months ago. Just make sure to get there early :)

You can just go earlier than the date you got in the mail with no problems? Does it speed your application?

I'm also SF.

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You can just go earlier than the date you got in the mail with no problems? Does it speed your application?

I'm also SF.

Yes you can go earlier than your scheduled date by doing walk-in. I'm not entirely positive that it speeds up your application but we did get touches after our walk-in and we got it out of the way :)


~Our ROC Timeline~

04/27/2012 - Sent I-751 to CSC

04/30/2012 - I-751 is delivered at CSC

05/10/2012 - I-751 check is cashed

05/10/2012 - I-751 NOA1 received! :)

05/15/2012 - Biometrics letter received

06/08/2012 - Scheduled Biometrics date - DONE! :D

11/24/2012 - I-751 NOA Approval Letter received - Dated 11/19/2012!!!

11/26/2012 - 10 year Green Card received today! WE ARE FINALLY DONE! :D

~See our K1 Visa & AOS timeline in "About Me" section~

an1cHjukw2B0810MDAwMTUwbHwyNTY0MzkxbGF8RGF5cyBzaW5jZSB3ZSBnb3QgbWFycmllZCEgLSA.gif

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Yes you can go earlier than your scheduled date by doing walk-in. I'm not entirely positive that it speeds up your application but we did get touches after our walk-in and we got it out of the way :)

Thanks for your quick response. We are planning to have her biometric, most likely early next week. By the way, I saw yout timeframe and that you were approved recently June 16 on your AOS Interview. CONGRATULATIONS!!! I would assume that your AOS interview was done is San Francisco. I hope if you dont mind, what was your AOS experience in SF? What were the documents you bring? And importantly, what were the questions? Was the IO, nice? Was the over-all AOS interview process hard or smooth-sailing?

Thanks in advance and CONGRATS again!! :thumbs::)

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Thanks for your quick response. We are planning to have her biometric, most likely early next week. By the way, I saw yout timeframe and that you were approved recently June 16 on your AOS Interview. CONGRATULATIONS!!! I would assume that your AOS interview was done is San Francisco. I hope if you dont mind, what was your AOS experience in SF? What were the documents you bring? And importantly, what were the questions? Was the IO, nice? Was the over-all AOS interview process hard or smooth-sailing?

Thanks in advance and CONGRATS again!! :thumbs::)

Thank you! Yes we had the interview in SF. It was a very quick experience. We brought a big binder with all our documents requested in the interview letter (originals & copies), 3 photo albums of us throughout relationship plus wedding, and folders with more secondary evidence if needed (cards, receipts, etc.) Before you go in have your ID & notice letter ready. Once inside you go through security which is like the airport security. After that we went to check in at the 2nd floor - Adjustment of Status. Then we waited on the 3rd floor for about 5-10 minutes before being called. We were interviewed by a guy. He was polite & serious at the same time. Told us to pledge we are speaking the truth and then proceeded to ask questions. He just ask my husband his current address, current cell phone#, birthdate, and then read the criminal questions/communist questions (all answered "no" lol). After that he just asked us how we met, what my job is, what our major was (we met in University), our photos, and then said we were approved. :dance: It was easy even though I was still nervous haha. Interview time was about 10 minutes. Parking is available in front.

Don't forget to leave all electronics in your car (cell phone/etc.) or they won't let you in!

Good luck on your AOS! :thumbs:

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~Our ROC Timeline~

04/27/2012 - Sent I-751 to CSC

04/30/2012 - I-751 is delivered at CSC

05/10/2012 - I-751 check is cashed

05/10/2012 - I-751 NOA1 received! :)

05/15/2012 - Biometrics letter received

06/08/2012 - Scheduled Biometrics date - DONE! :D

11/24/2012 - I-751 NOA Approval Letter received - Dated 11/19/2012!!!

11/26/2012 - 10 year Green Card received today! WE ARE FINALLY DONE! :D

~See our K1 Visa & AOS timeline in "About Me" section~

an1cHjukw2B0810MDAwMTUwbHwyNTY0MzkxbGF8RGF5cyBzaW5jZSB3ZSBnb3QgbWFycmllZCEgLSA.gif

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Thank you! Yes we had the interview in SF. It was a very quick experience. We brought a big binder with all our documents requested in the interview letter (originals & copies), 3 photo albums of us throughout relationship plus wedding, and folders with more secondary evidence if needed (cards, receipts, etc.) Before you go in have your ID & notice letter ready. Once inside you go through security which is like the airport security. After that we went to check in at the 2nd floor - Adjustment of Status. Then we waited on the 3rd floor for about 5-10 minutes before being called. We were interviewed by a guy. He was polite & serious at the same time. Told us to pledge we are speaking the truth and then proceeded to ask questions. He just ask my husband his current address, current cell phone#, birthdate, and then read the criminal questions/communist questions (all answered "no" lol). After that he just asked us how we met, what my job is, what our major was (we met in University), our photos, and then said we were approved. :dance: It was easy even though I was still nervous haha. Interview time was about 10 minutes. Parking is available in front.

Don't forget to leave all electronics in your car (cell phone/etc.) or they won't let you in!

Good luck on your AOS! :thumbs:

Thanks for your quick and immediate response. It was very informative. I am just wondering if you can reschedule your AOS Interview Date. Most likely I will be out of country by the end of July and 1st week of august.

Thanks again

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