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Filed: Country: Philippines
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Hi Everyone!!

This morning at 7:30 was our scheduled interview. We left our house around 6:10 and arrived in the USCIS bldg. at just a couple minutes to 7. The security was a breeze and there were quite a lot of people in the waiting room already. We were seated at around 7:10 and waited around 30-35 minutes before we were called.

Our interviewer was unbelievably pleasant [we readied ourselves for an interviewer that may be harsh and devoid of emotions] and engaging, she was smiling all the time and sometimes would apologize for being blunt. She made us take an oath and said that she wasn't going to ask us about our married life as we have submitted sufficient evidence, the wedding, the photos etc.. She wants to talk about my daughter. This caught us a little off guard because my husband didn't know much about my daughter in terms of interaction, being that she's in the Philippines lives with her father and just 9 years old. He saw her only on photos but have not really spoken to her. Anyway, he asked my husband[uSC], does he know if I have a daughter?, how many? several or 1? What does he know about my daughter? She seemed not satisfied with my husband's answer and pressed for more. She then tells him that he is petitioning her and my husband said yes and went into a bit of detail what our plans are once I get my greencard and she gets hers. She seemed satisfied with his answer. After this, she told me that I was in a difficult situation being that my daughter is away. She asked me how committed I am to my husband, am I sure I won't leave my husband when I get my greencard and my daughter, that I may just be using my husband now to get a greencard to bring my daughter and her father to which I answered, absolutely not. AT this point I felt like I had to tell her the reason why I separated from my ex-husband briefly and after telling her and this satisfied her.She asked us where we met and to confirm our home address, then she asked me the I-485 questions to which I all answered no, and she asked for my passport and told me she will make sure that my daughter and I will see each other soon. This touched me so much, it made me teary-eyed. She explained to us that I can travel internationally with the stamped on my passport as it's good as a greencard, the greencard itself will arrive in a month and the process of removing conditions and asked us to wait in the waiting room for another 15 minutes while she get my passport stamped. We were extremely happy. When she handed me my passport, she hugged me, told me to give my daughetr a hug for her when I see her and shook my husband's hand and said we're a beautiful couple. :)

Overall, the interview wasn't structured, it was kind of a friendly conversation with the necessary questions thrown into it. She is of Irish ancestry and my husband is originally from Dublin, they exchanged notes on that and she's planning to go to Dublin. We talked about business and stocks and the company that my husband is working for because she bought their stocks. She mentioned some immigration stories about husbands reteruning their wives and vice versa, to which we all just laughed. ALthough, we were caught off-guard we still did not panic and we answered truthfully to her questions. We brought in a small roller bag to put in our documents and photos, none were touched. She just took my passport & I-94.

You cannot really prepare for the interview, all you can prepare for are documents substantiating your marriage and life together. If you have a legit marriage and you really know each other, you 'll encounter bumps but it will be easy to overcome it.No matter what happens be honest, they will see through you whether or not you're telling the truth or not.

I'm sorry for the lengthy and discombobulated post. I am still overwhelmed and very happy and we have a flight to catch at 4pm.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH VJ COMMUNITY!!! WE DID IT!!! On to 2012 for ROC, at least we will have a good amount of breathing space before that starts!!


AOS from B1B2

06/14/10 – Mailed I-130, 485,765,824

06/16/10 – Delivered to Chicago Lockbox

06/22/10 – Received texts & email routed to NBC

06/24/10 – Checks cashed for I-130, 485, 765, 824

06/26/10 – NOA1 for I-130, 485,765, 824

07/17/10 – Received hard copy of RFE 485

08/16/10 – Sent RFE response

08/19/10 – RFE delivered to NBC

08/20/10 – Case resumed online

09/24/10 – Called USCIS Biometrics Service Request

10/04/10 – Received Service request letter

10/27/10 – Infopass Appt. for Biometrics

11/05/10 – Called USCIS for Biometrics

11/22/10 – Called USCIS Biometrics Service Request

11/23/10 – Wrote & Mail Letter to Congresswoman

12/06/10 – Received Biometrics Letter after 5 months…FINALLY!!!

12/14/10 – Biometrics Done!!

12/15/10 - Card Production Ordered - Online Status-YEHEYY!!!:))

12/28/10 - Received EAD Card!!! Yahoo!! :))

12/30/10 - Applied for SSN

01/03/11 - Received SSN

01/06/11 - Received Interview Letter!! Yahoo!! Feb. 8 it is!!

01/08/11 - Interview Approved!Green Card Stamped on Passport!!

01/14/11 - Approval Notice I-130 & Welcome Letter!

01/18/11 - Received Green Card in the mail..

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Daughter's CR-2 Timeline http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?app=core&module=usercp&tab=members&area=aboutme

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Jamaica
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congrats..!


Current cut off date F2A - Current 

Brother's Journey (F2A) - PD Dec 30, 2010


Dec 30 2010 - Notice of Action 1 (NOA1)
May 12 2011 - Notice of Action 2 (NOA2)
May 23 2011 - NVC case # Assigned
Nov 17 2011 - COA / I-864 received
Nov 18 2011 - Sent COA
Apr 30 2012 - Pay AOS fee

Oct 15 2012 - Pay IV fee
Oct 25 2012 - Sent AOS/IV Package

Oct 29 2012 - Pkg Delivered
Dec 24 2012 - Case Complete

May 17 2013 - Interview-Approved

July 19 2013 - Enter the USA

"... Answer when you are called..."

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Ukraine
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congrats

I am having my wife read this it will help her out a lot especially with her interview in 2 days


AOS:

Green Card APPROVAL for wife and stepson 02/10/2011

Revd'd Green Cards for wife and stepson today 02/19/2011

My timeline gives all the information

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Hi Everyone!!

This morning at 7:30 was our scheduled interview. We left our house around 6:10 and arrived in the USCIS bldg. at just a couple minutes to 7. The security was a breeze and there were quite a lot of people in the waiting room already. We were seated at around 7:10 and waited around 30-35 minutes before we were called.

Our interviewer was unbelievably pleasant [we readied ourselves for an interviewer that may be harsh and devoid of emotions] and engaging, she was smiling all the time and sometimes would apologize for being blunt. She made us take an oath and said that she wasn't going to ask us about our married life as we have submitted sufficient evidence, the wedding, the photos etc.. She wants to talk about my daughter. This caught us a little off guard because my husband didn't know much about my daughter in terms of interaction, being that she's in the Philippines lives with her father and just 9 years old. He saw her only on photos but have not really spoken to her. Anyway, he asked my husband[uSC], does he know if I have a daughter?, how many? several or 1? What does he know about my daughter? She seemed not satisfied with my husband's answer and pressed for more. She then tells him that he is petitioning her and my husband said yes and went into a bit of detail what our plans are once I get my greencard and she gets hers. She seemed satisfied with his answer. After this, she told me that I was in a difficult situation being that my daughter is away. She asked me how committed I am to my husband, am I sure I won't leave my husband when I get my greencard and my daughter, that I may just be using my husband now to get a greencard to bring my daughter and her father to which I answered, absolutely not. AT this point I felt like I had to tell her the reason why I separated from my ex-husband briefly and after telling her and this satisfied her.She asked us where we met and to confirm our home address, then she asked me the I-485 questions to which I all answered no, and she asked for my passport and told me she will make sure that my daughter and I will see each other soon. This touched me so much, it made me teary-eyed. She explained to us that I can travel internationally with the stamped on my passport as it's good as a greencard, the greencard itself will arrive in a month and the process of removing conditions and asked us to wait in the waiting room for another 15 minutes while she get my passport stamped. We were extremely happy. When she handed me my passport, she hugged me, told me to give my daughetr a hug for her when I see her and shook my husband's hand and said we're a beautiful couple. :)

Overall, the interview wasn't structured, it was kind of a friendly conversation with the necessary questions thrown into it. She is of Irish ancestry and my husband is originally from Dublin, they exchanged notes on that and she's planning to go to Dublin. We talked about business and stocks and the company that my husband is working for because she bought their stocks. She mentioned some immigration stories about husbands reteruning their wives and vice versa, to which we all just laughed. ALthough, we were caught off-guard we still did not panic and we answered truthfully to her questions. We brought in a small roller bag to put in our documents and photos, none were touched. She just took my passport & I-94.

You cannot really prepare for the interview, all you can prepare for are documents substantiating your marriage and life together. If you have a legit marriage and you really know each other, you 'll encounter bumps but it will be easy to overcome it.No matter what happens be honest, they will see through you whether or not you're telling the truth or not.

I'm sorry for the lengthy and discombobulated post. I am still overwhelmed and very happy and we have a flight to catch at 4pm.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH VJ COMMUNITY!!! WE DID IT!!! On to 2012 for ROC, at least we will have a good amount of breathing space before that starts!!

Congratulations! I hope you have a good trip, too!


August 23, 2010 - I-129 F package sent via USPS priority mail with delivery confirmation.

August 30, 2010 - Per Department of Homeland Security (DHS) e-mail, petition received and routed to California Service Center for processing. Check cashed. I-797C Notice of Action by mail (NOA 1) - Received date 08/25/2010. Notice date 08/27/2010.

After 150 days of imposed anxious patience...

January 24, 2011 - Per USCIS website, petition approved and notice mailed.

January 31, 2011 - Approval receipt notice (NOA 2) received by mail. Called NVC, given Santo Domingo case number, and informed that petition was sent same day to consulate.

Called Visa Specialist at the Department of State every day for a case update. Informed of interview date on February, 16 2011. Informed that packet was mailed to fiance on February, 15 2011.

February 21, 2011 - Fiance has not yet received packet. Called 1-877-804-5402 (Visa Information Center of the United States Embassy) to request a duplicate packet in person pick-up at the US consulate in Santo Domingo. Packet can be picked-up by fiance on 02/28.

March 1, 2011 - Medical exam completed at Consultorios de Visa in Santo Domingo.

March 9, 2011 at 6 AM - Interview, approved!

March 18, 2011 - POE together. JFK and O'Hare airports. Legal wedding: May 16, 2011.

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.

-Henry David Thoreau

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Congratulations!!!


2005---We met by friend/Church member that was living in Nigeria

2006---We begin to talk about getting married

2007---I was going to met him face to face, but hurt my back couldn't walk..

2009---Was able to see each for the first time.. I got my engagement ring (WOW).. :wow:

2010-01-22 mailed I129f

2010-01-26 got NOA1

2010-05-12 called to see why no NOA2, I was told that our case is not being processed yet!!!!! No notes in the computer

other then the mailing of the NOA1!!!!!!! :angry:

2010-05-18 called SERVICE CENTER again to see what's going on with our case.. NOT BEING PROCESSED YET I WAS TOLD AGAIN!!!

2010-06-16 Got notice that NOA2 was approved 141 days after NOA1. We got our approval on Ossy's Birthday.. Happy birthday honey, I love you!!!!

2010-06-21 got NOA2 in hand

2010-06-22 called NVC to see if papers was there, but was told that my DOB was not right in the system. Just mailed a letter along with a copy of my birth certificate asking to change my DOB.. Way to go VCS..

2010-06-22 NVC received the case

2010-06-23 Case sent to Embassy in Barbados

2010-06-28 Embassy received our case

2010-08-09 Interview Administrative Review

2010-11-15 Approved for Visa (I was on the mission to make sure the INTERVIEWER that we had never interviewed anyone else and I did it).. Know that you have right and don't let the interviewer cross the line..

2010-12-10 Visa and Passport in hand!!! Thank God!!!

2010-12-19 Ossy will enter the States!!

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thanks for the info, and congratulations!!!


K1 Visa Timeline

10/11/2010 - I-129F sent via USPS

10/19/2010 - NOA1 hard copy received, dated 10/15/2010

04/08/2011- received NOA2 hard copy, dated 04/05/2011

04/12/2011- NVC received petition

04/18/2011- received letter from NVC

04/18/2011- Manila embassy received petition

04/27/2011- medical exam passed

05/04/2011- appointment letter received dated 06/01/2011

06/01/2011- appointment date, put on administrative review

06/24/2011- visa granted

06/29/2011- received visa

07/18/2011- cfo class

07/21/2011- arrived in America

09/02/2011- happily married!

AOS Timeline

12/01/2011- AOS packet sent

12/06/2011- received email and text from USCIS with MSC number

12/07/2011- check was cashed

12/10/2011- received NOA hard copy dated 12/05/2011

12/12/2011- received NOA hard copy for biometrics appointment for 12/28/2011

12/24/2011- received NOA hard copy stating that our case was transfered to CSC on 12/20/2011

12/28/2011- biometrics appointment completed

06/25/2012- put in service request

09/12/2012- AOS approved

09/17/2012- card production

09/21/2012- greencard in hand

ROC Timeline

08/04/2014 - sent ROC packet

08/13/2014 - received I-797, NOA, dated 08/08/2014

08/28/2014 - received biometric appt. letter for 09/11/2014

02/25/2015- ROC approved

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Filed: F-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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congratulations ,

i am really happy for you cause i am stuck and i am about to cry cause i am an F1 visa and i got married about a year ago my husband just got his citizenship we want to apply for my green card but i don't really know what forms to file and what documents do i need to send with them i am really confused. can anyone help me plzzzzzzzzz

thank you

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Pakistan
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Congrats :)


I-360:
08. 24. 10 - (XX) - I-360 Filed
09. 15. 10 - (22) - Receipt Notice
10. 15. 10 - (52) - Approval Notice Received

Adjustment of Status:
11. 03. 10 - (XX) - Package Mailed via USPS
11. 04. 10 - (01) - Package Received, Email Alert for I-797
11. 08. 10 - (05) - Received I-797, Check Cashed
11. 19. 10 - (16) - Touch (I-485, I-765, I-131)
12. 03. 10 - (30) - Called USCIS about Biometrics and to expedite AP
12. 08. 10 - (35) - Email from USCIS, "Your application to expedite I-131 is under review and we'll inform you about our decision shortly."
12. 15. 10 - (42) - I-765 Approved and Card Production Ordered
12. 21. 10 - (48) - EAD card received
12. 24. 10 - (51) - Biometrics Appt letter for Jan 14th
12. 27. 10 - (54) - Successful walk in biometrics DONE
01. 18. 11 - (75) - Welcome notice received (NO Interview)
01. 19. 11 - (76) - I-551 stamp on passport (Walk in Infopass appointment, told them I need to travel in EMERGENCY)
01. 20. 11 - (77) - Green Card Received - Valid till Jan 2021 (Green Card Issue Date: 01. 14. 11)
01. 22. 11 - (79) - Email & SMS received - YOUR I-485 REQUEST HAS BEEN UPDATED

N-400:
GC Date: 01. 14. 11
10. 19. 15 - (XX) - Package mailed to Dallas, TX
10. 20. 15 - (01) - Package received (USPS Confirmation)
10. 23. 15 - (04) - Package received (Text & Email by USCIS), Check Cashed
10. 26. 15 - (07) - NOA received (Received & Priority Date 10. 20. 2015)
11. 06. 15 - (18) - Biometrics Appt letter for Nov 17th, 2015 (Notice Date: 10. 30. 2015)
11. 09. 15 - (21) - Walk In biometrics
01. 14. 16 - (87) - In Line for Interview
02. 09. 16 - (113) - Online Notification "Interview was scheduled", wait for the snail mail begins
02. 16. 16 - (120) - Letter received, Intv on March 18th, 2016
03. 18. 16 - (151) - Passed the interview
03. 28. 16 - (161) - Online status changed to "In line for Oath"
04. 27. 16 - (191) - Online status changed to "Scheduled for an Oath Ceremony"

05. 21. 16 - (215) - Took the oath and became a US citizen

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Jamaica
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Hi Everyone!!

This morning at 7:30 was our scheduled interview. We left our house around 6:10 and arrived in the USCIS bldg. at just a couple minutes to 7. The security was a breeze and there were quite a lot of people in the waiting room already. We were seated at around 7:10 and waited around 30-35 minutes before we were called.

Our interviewer was unbelievably pleasant [we readied ourselves for an interviewer that may be harsh and devoid of emotions] and engaging, she was smiling all the time and sometimes would apologize for being blunt. She made us take an oath and said that she wasn't going to ask us about our married life as we have submitted sufficient evidence, the wedding, the photos etc.. She wants to talk about my daughter. This caught us a little off guard because my husband didn't know much about my daughter in terms of interaction, being that she's in the Philippines lives with her father and just 9 years old. He saw her only on photos but have not really spoken to her. Anyway, he asked my husband[uSC], does he know if I have a daughter?, how many? several or 1? What does he know about my daughter? She seemed not satisfied with my husband's answer and pressed for more. She then tells him that he is petitioning her and my husband said yes and went into a bit of detail what our plans are once I get my greencard and she gets hers. She seemed satisfied with his answer. After this, she told me that I was in a difficult situation being that my daughter is away. She asked me how committed I am to my husband, am I sure I won't leave my husband when I get my greencard and my daughter, that I may just be using my husband now to get a greencard to bring my daughter and her father to which I answered, absolutely not. AT this point I felt like I had to tell her the reason why I separated from my ex-husband briefly and after telling her and this satisfied her.She asked us where we met and to confirm our home address, then she asked me the I-485 questions to which I all answered no, and she asked for my passport and told me she will make sure that my daughter and I will see each other soon. This touched me so much, it made me teary-eyed. She explained to us that I can travel internationally with the stamped on my passport as it's good as a greencard, the greencard itself will arrive in a month and the process of removing conditions and asked us to wait in the waiting room for another 15 minutes while she get my passport stamped. We were extremely happy. When she handed me my passport, she hugged me, told me to give my daughetr a hug for her when I see her and shook my husband's hand and said we're a beautiful couple. :)

Overall, the interview wasn't structured, it was kind of a friendly conversation with the necessary questions thrown into it. She is of Irish ancestry and my husband is originally from Dublin, they exchanged notes on that and she's planning to go to Dublin. We talked about business and stocks and the company that my husband is working for because she bought their stocks. She mentioned some immigration stories about husbands reteruning their wives and vice versa, to which we all just laughed. ALthough, we were caught off-guard we still did not panic and we answered truthfully to her questions. We brought in a small roller bag to put in our documents and photos, none were touched. She just took my passport & I-94.

You cannot really prepare for the interview, all you can prepare for are documents substantiating your marriage and life together. If you have a legit marriage and you really know each other, you 'll encounter bumps but it will be easy to overcome it.No matter what happens be honest, they will see through you whether or not you're telling the truth or not.

I'm sorry for the lengthy and discombobulated post. I am still overwhelmed and very happy and we have a flight to catch at 4pm.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH VJ COMMUNITY!!! WE DID IT!!! On to 2012 for ROC, at least we will have a good amount of breathing space before that starts!!

Congrats!!!! :thumbs:


AOS Timeline

01/28/11 - Day 0 - Mailed off paperwork

01/31/11 - Day 3 - Paperwork received

02/08/11 - Day 10 - Email/Text notification of applications processed

02/08/11 - Day 10 - NOA and Checks cashed

02/14/11 - Day 16 - Biometrics letter received (dated 2/9/11) (apt 3/7/11)

03/01/11 - Day 31 - Biometrics done early

03/14/11 - Day 44 - Interview date received (April 14, 2011)

03/29/11 - Day 59 - EAD/AP card production ordered

04/07/11 - Day 68 - Received EAD/AP card

04/14/11 - Day 75 - Interview - APPROVED

04/23/11 - Day 84 - Green Card received

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: China
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Praise the lord! CONGRATULATIONS GUYS !!!! :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance:

Welcome to the club :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:


05/02/08 -- MET ONLINE

06/27/10 -- ARRIVED IN USA ON B2 TOURING VISA

08/09/10 -- GOT MARRIED

11/02/10 -- FILED FOR A.O.S

11/09/10 -- N.O.A

11/10/10 -- CHECKS CASHED

11/20/10 -- RECEIVED BIOMETRICS APT.

12/03/10 -- R.F.E

12/03/10 -- MAILED OUT RESPONSE FOR R.F.E

12/10/10 -- BIOMETRICS COMPLETED

01/03/11 -- RECEIVED INTERVIEW LETTER

01/14/11 -- E.A.D APPROVED

01/19/11 -- E.A.D RECEIVED IN MAIL

01/20/11 -- FILED FOR SOCIAL SECURITY

01/28/11 -- SOCIAL SECURITY RECEIVED IN MAIL

02/02/11 -- INTERVIEW DAY - IN & OUT IN EXACTLY 5 MIN - "PRAISE GOD" - GREEN-CARD APPROVED - CARD MAILED OUT

02/11/11 -- GREEN CARD ARRIVED IN MAIL TODAY 9 DAYS AFTER INTERVIEW, HE SAID IT WOULD BE HERE IN 7 BUT IT TOOK 9, WHO CARES RIGHT :)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Romania
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Congratulations! :thumbs:


My N-400 Journey

06-02-2017 - N-400 package mailed to Dallas Lockbox

06-06-2017 - Credit card charged; received text and email confirming that application was received and NOA is on its way

06-10-2017 - Received NOA letter from NBC dated 06-05-2017

06-16-2017 - Received Biometrics Appointment Letter for 06-28-2017

01-19-2018 - Interview Letter sent

02-27-18 - Interview and Oath Ceremony. Finally US CITIZEN! 

My ROC Journey

03-08-2012 - I-751 package mailed to VSC

03-10-2012 - I-751 package delivered

03-14-2012 - Check cashed

03-15-2012 - NOA received, dated 03-12-2012

04-27-2012 - Biometrics appointment

11-23-2012 - ROC approved

11-28-2012 - Approval letter received

12-06-2012 - 10 years Green Card received

My AOS Journey

04-17-09 I-130&I-485&I-765 received by USCIS

04-19-10 AOS Approved

04-29-10 Green Card received

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WOOOHOOO!!! CONGRATS !!!!! :) ....now that sure sounded like a pleasant experience one can have on this important day - thank you for sharing !!

Maxximus


10/13/2010 - Mailed in The Package (AOS, I-765, I-130)

10/17/2010 - USPS confirms delivery to USCIS

10/25/2010 - Check cashed

10/26/2010 - All applications been worked on aka touched

10/28/2010 - NOA1 Receipts for applications received

11/24/2010 - Received appointment for biometrics in the mail for 12/17 *yay*

12/17/2010 - 9.25 a.m. - 9.45 a.m. Biometrics done !!

12/23/2010 - EAD Approved and Card on its way - Email notification received *yay*

01/03/2011 - WOOOHOOO ...EAD Card in Hand!

01/04/2011 - Oh boy....Received Interview Letter today - February 3rd is the day! :)

02/03/2011 - Interview scheduled 12:45 p.m. - out of there before 1:30 p.m. - further review

Coming home, checking for touches at 5:30 p.m. - CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED !!!!

Thank you All on Visajourney for your inputs, experiences and thoughts!!!

02/09/2011 - Yup another e-mail saying that my card production was ordered.

02/10/2011 - E-mail notification "Approval letter was sent today"

02/14/2011 - Welcome Letter / Approval NOA and Card (separate envelope) received!!! :D

Late November 2012 (have to look up my receipts ;) - mailed in ROC I-751

12/12/2012 - NOA 1, status extension received

12/18/2012 - Biometrics appointment letter received

01/08/2013 - Biometrics done

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