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Filed: Other Country: Ukraine
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Okie, so we had our AOS interview today, and they took my husband's I-94 and asked us to drop of a vaccination chart to them. I have a question, they took the I-94 and didn't give us any documentations or stamps or anything other than the checklist to bring vaccination. Is this normally done? Or do they usually stamp the passport and we just failed our interview? Because we have nothing stating that we had our interview or that our case is pending.... :(((((

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Vietnam
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Sounds fine to me. It appears you are more or less approved, pending your husbands vaccine checklist. My wife and I had her interview 2 weeks ago and they didn't stamp her passport or anything, just told her she was approved and to expect the green card in 2-4 weeks.

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09/24/2016 - I-129F Packet Submitted, 09/26/2016 - NOA1, 10/27/2016 - RFE Received

11/02/2016 - RFE Reply sent

11/09/2016 - NOA2

11/21/2016 - NVC Receives packet

12/12/2016 - Case left NVC for BKK Consulate

01/10/2017 - After travelling via the slowest route possible (likely via carrier pigeon) BKK Consulate receives packet

01/16/2017 - Packet 3 Instructions received 02/28/2017 - Packet 3 Instructions Completed

03/05/2017 - Packet 4 received (now the fun begins) --> 03/29/2017 - Interview disappears from the schedule on the embassy website -->03/30/2017 - She goes to her interview, is told they need to verify her documents since she is Vietnamese interviewing in Thailand, receives a 221G with 'Verification of Viet documents' as the reason. Gave back her passport.-->03/31/2017-04/04/2017 - Case is being continuously touched. We suspect that our case was approved at this point but they didn't have her passport. --> 04/10/2017 (10 days after interview) - Email emabssy to inquire about updates and if there was anything we could do to move things forward. (3h later) - She is told that she is approved and to expect her passport soon (how when they don't have it in their posession?) After clarification, instructed to send our passport to them. Ship out passport in a rush to beat Songkran (which failed) --> 04/11/2017 - Passport at embassy according to Thai Post Office --> 04/17/2017 - Emailed to confirm they received the passport. They issued an evasive answer about Songkran backlog (they love evasive non-committal answers)--> 04/24/2017  Evening - Case changes from Immigrant Visa to Non-Immigrant Visa and a new case created date is given --? 04/25/2017 morning  (less than 12h later) - Case flies through Ready -->Admin Processing --> Issued

04/26/2017 - Checks mail, passport is there. No mention of it being mailed out. 

05/02/2017 - Arrives in the USA, without Issue

06/17/2017 - Marriage!
AOS

7/01/17- Mailed AOS packet to Chicago

7/03/17- Packet received

07/07/17 - SMS and Email notification of NOA1 for AoS, EAD, and AP

07/13/17 - Received paper copies of NOA1 for AoS, EAD, and AP

07/21/17 - Received Biometrics Appointment Letter

08/02/17 - Biometrics Appointment Completed 

11/04/17 - EAD Approved - New Card Is Ready For Production

11/09/17 - AP Approved

11/09/17 - EAD - Card Produced Awaiting Mailing

11/09/17 - EAD - Card Has Been Mailed.

11/13/17 - EAD/AP Combo Card Received. 

11/05/2018 - Received SMS Notification that Interview Has Been Scheduled

11/10/2018 - Received Paper Interview Notice

12/11/2018 - Interview Date
12/12/2018 - Approved

ROC

11/18/2020 - Mailed ROC packet

11/20/2020 - Packet received

01/16/2021 - Received NOA1 

05/28/2021 - Biometrics Waived

08/04/2021 - ROC Approved

08/11/2021 - GC received


 

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Okie, so we had our AOS interview today, and they took my husband's I-94 and asked us to drop of a vaccination chart to them. I have a question, they took the I-94 and didn't give us any documentations or stamps or anything other than the checklist to bring vaccination. Is this normally done? Or do they usually stamp the passport and we just failed our interview? Because we have nothing stating that we had our interview or that our case is pending.... :(((((

Not to worry. You're good to go! Just submit as soon as you can the document that they need from you. During our interview, we were asked to submit my son's TB test result asap. She took our I-94s, no stamps on our passports but she said that we were approved. And we did submit the requirement the same day of our interview. And all went well.

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