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ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS BASED ON APPROVED I 360

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HI EVERYBODY,

IT'S BEEN A LONG TIME SINCE I'VE BEEN ON THIS SITE, SO CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYBODY WHO HAS BEEN APPROVED AND WHO IS WAITING FOR APPROVALS I WISH YOU GOOD LUCK!!!

I AM WAITING FOR THE INTERVIEW FOR I485 BASED ON APPROVED I360, IT'S BEEN ALMOST 4 MONTHS SINCE THEY RECEIVED MY CASE, AND I WAS WONDERING IF ANYBODY HAS SAME SITUATION PLZ WRITE ME BACK, I LITTLE WORRIED, HOW LONG IT'S USUALLY TAKES TO PROCESS THE I 485??? I CHECKED THE TIMETABLE ON USCIS SITE AND IT'S 4 MONTH.

THANKS

NATASHKA

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HI EVERYBODY,

IT'S BEEN A LONG TIME SINCE I'VE BEEN ON THIS SITE, SO CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYBODY WHO HAS BEEN APPROVED AND WHO IS WAITING FOR APPROVALS I WISH YOU GOOD LUCK!!!

I AM WAITING FOR THE INTERVIEW FOR I485 BASED ON APPROVED I360, IT'S BEEN ALMOST 4 MONTHS SINCE THEY RECEIVED MY CASE, AND I WAS WONDERING IF ANYBODY HAS SAME SITUATION PLZ WRITE ME BACK, I LITTLE WORRIED, HOW LONG IT'S USUALLY TAKES TO PROCESS THE I 485??? I CHECKED THE TIMETABLE ON USCIS SITE AND IT'S 4 MONTH.

THANKS

NATASHKA

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Congrats on your 1-360 approval.

I went through the same process in 2006 and I just became a US Citizen beginning of 2011....what a journey!!

After my I-360 was approved I only waited say 3 months if not less for my I-485 interview and the interview was so easy (I thought I would be grilled about the marriage, etc) and the I.O was very nice. I was so scared of course but it only lasted about 10 minutes most. The I.O. only asked me questions on the I-485 (mostly the questions relating to me and my background none about my abusive spouse or the marriage). So it shouldn't be too long for you before you are called in for your interview. At the interview answer what you have been asked truthfully and to the point (Yes or No) and don't start going into story-telling unless asked specifically to explain. Remember you are being recorded, there is a camera in each I.O's office. As I always say, each case is different and also depends on who is interviewing you. If you get approved and you get your greencard, remember that under VAWA you are eligible to apply for Citizenship after 3 years of becoming a permanent resident (I applied after 3 years and 11 months only because I didn't have enough money at 3 years to apply).

Please feel free to email me privately if you have specific questions.

GOOD LUCK AND ALL THE BEST. I HOPE THIS HELPS TO CALM YOUR NERVES :)

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how long did it take for ur i360 to be approved.mine is nine month now,it killing me!!! God plse help me.


FILED UNDER THREE YEARS RULE (319A)

MAILED N400 - APRIL 17 2015

CHECK CASHED - APRIL 28 2015

RECEIVED NOA IN THE MAIL - MAY-01-2015 (PRIORITY DATE APRIL-23-2015) WHAT THE HECK THAT IS

NOA FOR BIOMETRICS RECEIVED MAY-15-2015 - APPOINTMENT MAY-29-2015 ( EARLY BIOMETRICS MAY-19-2015)

TESTING AND INTERVIEW - MAY-21-2015

INTERVIEW DATE- 07-24-2015 :goofy:

OATH CEREMONY MAILED ON- 08-03-2015 :goofy: :idea: :goofy: :idea: :idea:

OATH CEREMONY- 08-18-2015

I-130 JOURNEY FOR MOM

I-130 MAILED- MARCH-4-2016

I-130 NOA RECEIVED -MARCH 19-2016

I-130 APPROVED- APRIL-26-2016(WOW THAT WAS REALLY QUICK ANYWAY THANKS USCIS TEXAS) (L)

I-130 NOA2 RECEIVED IN MAIL-APRIL30-2016

I-130 SENT TO DEPARTMENT OF STATE - APRIL-29-2016

I-130 RECEIVED NVC-MAY-6-2016

l-130 CASE ASSIGNED- MAY 23-2016

I-130 PAYED AOS FEE- JUNE 1-2016 ($120)

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how long did it take for ur i360 to be approved.mine is nine month now,it killing me!!! God plse help me.

Look at my signature for how long it took mine to be approved.

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May 20, 2008: Green card approved

N-400

February 22, 2011: Sent N-400 VAWA package

February 23, 2011: FedEx package signed for and delivered

March 15, 2011: Email NOA

March 15, 2011: Check cashed

March 17, 2011: Email re: Fingerprint Notice mailed out

March 18, 2011: NOA received (Notice Date 03/14; Priority Date: 02/23)

March 23, 2011: Biometrics notice received for 03/31

March 31, 2011: Biometrics completed

July 5, 2011: Online status: Now scheduled for interview

July 12, 2011: Received interview letter finally!

August 11, 2011: Interview Date (Garden City) - PASSED!!!

August 15, 2011: In line to be scheduled for Oath

August 16, 2011: Oath scheduled, notice sent

August 20, 2011: Oath notice received

September 15, 2011: Oath ceremony @ 8:30 AM

September 17, 20011: Passport application

September 21, 2011: Passport received

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My i360 was approved today.am soo happpy.what a journey.but it not done yet am stil waiting for my i485.


FILED UNDER THREE YEARS RULE (319A)

MAILED N400 - APRIL 17 2015

CHECK CASHED - APRIL 28 2015

RECEIVED NOA IN THE MAIL - MAY-01-2015 (PRIORITY DATE APRIL-23-2015) WHAT THE HECK THAT IS

NOA FOR BIOMETRICS RECEIVED MAY-15-2015 - APPOINTMENT MAY-29-2015 ( EARLY BIOMETRICS MAY-19-2015)

TESTING AND INTERVIEW - MAY-21-2015

INTERVIEW DATE- 07-24-2015 :goofy:

OATH CEREMONY MAILED ON- 08-03-2015 :goofy: :idea: :goofy: :idea: :idea:

OATH CEREMONY- 08-18-2015

I-130 JOURNEY FOR MOM

I-130 MAILED- MARCH-4-2016

I-130 NOA RECEIVED -MARCH 19-2016

I-130 APPROVED- APRIL-26-2016(WOW THAT WAS REALLY QUICK ANYWAY THANKS USCIS TEXAS) (L)

I-130 NOA2 RECEIVED IN MAIL-APRIL30-2016

I-130 SENT TO DEPARTMENT OF STATE - APRIL-29-2016

I-130 RECEIVED NVC-MAY-6-2016

l-130 CASE ASSIGNED- MAY 23-2016

I-130 PAYED AOS FEE- JUNE 1-2016 ($120)

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Did you have a lawyer with you?

Congrats on your 1-360 approval.

I went through the same process in 2006 and I just became a US Citizen beginning of 2011....what a journey!!

After my I-360 was approved I only waited say 3 months if not less for my I-485 interview and the interview was so easy (I thought I would be grilled about the marriage, etc) and the I.O was very nice. I was so scared of course but it only lasted about 10 minutes most. The I.O. only asked me questions on the I-485 (mostly the questions relating to me and my background none about my abusive spouse or the marriage). So it shouldn't be too long for you before you are called in for your interview. At the interview answer what you have been asked truthfully and to the point (Yes or No) and don't start going into story-telling unless asked specifically to explain. Remember you are being recorded, there is a camera in each I.O's office. As I always say, each case is different and also depends on who is interviewing you. If you get approved and you get your greencard, remember that under VAWA you are eligible to apply for Citizenship after 3 years of becoming a permanent resident (I applied after 3 years and 11 months only because I didn't have enough money at 3 years to apply).

Please feel free to email me privately if you have specific questions.

GOOD LUCK AND ALL THE BEST. I HOPE THIS HELPS TO CALM YOUR NERVES :)

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