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I'm in the final stages of my AOS; awaiting the interview. I want to travel back home to Canada to attend a wedding, but am fearful that I'd have to cut it short or change the date once I get my interview. My question is simple, do you get notified online for the interview date, or does a letter simply show up with the information. What I can see from other posts is in many cases a letter for the interview shows up shortly after your EAD and AP have been granted. I can't find anyone who has posted that they got notified through email, then the letter showed up shortly after that. I have received both my AP and EAD, so I am hopeful that I'll have a date soon. Can anyone share their experiences?

Adjustment of Status

September 2009 Married

July 27, 2010 Point Of Entry Dulles Airport

September 21, 2010 Medical

All information sent to immigration lawyer in Atlanta

October 15, 2010 I485 Adjustment of Status Filed

October 15, 2010 I765 Employment Authorization Filed

October 15, 2010 I131 - Advance Parole Filed– Processing at National Benefits Center

October 21, 2010 NOA I485 Adjustment of Status – Processing at National Benefits Center

October 21, 2010 NOA I765 Employment Authorization– Processing at National Benefits Center

October 21, 2010 NOA I131 Advance Parole

November 5, 2010 RFE for AOS

November 24, 2010 Message Re Undeliverable Mail

November 29, 2010 RFE for AOS Filed

November 29, 2010 Called USCIS Re Undeliverable Mail, correct address was on file, unsure of issue

December 3, 2010 RFE for AOS Received by USCIS

December 16, 2010 Biometrics Appointment received for December 30, 2010

December 20, 2010 Advance Parole granted.

Approval Date is 75 days from date of initial filing

December 27, 2010 Advance Parole received

December 30, 2010 Biometrics Appointment Wheaton, MD, 10:00. Appointment took less than 45 min

January 3, 2011 Notification, EAD Approved – “On December 30, 2010, we ordered production of your new card”.

Approval Date is 85 days from date of initial filing.

January 6, 2011 Anxiously awaiting interview!!

January 11, 2011 EAD Card arrives in mail


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There is no email notification or touches. Only a letter. Usually the letter tells you you have a date a month in advance, so you have time to schedule and plan. Good luck.

EDIT: Also, the interview letter is on a different timeline from your EAD and AP. The EAD and AP are processed at the National Benefits Center, but your interview and overall adjudication takes place at your local office. The interview will be scheduled as soon as your local office has an available appointment, regardless of what has happened or is happening with your EAD/AP.

Edited by Harpa Timsah

AOS for my husband
8/17/10: INTERVIEW DAY (day 123) APPROVED!!

5/23/12: Sent out package
2/06/13: APPROVED!

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