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Case Transferred and no Biometrics

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Hi all,

My husband and I applied for AOS, EAD and AP back in mid-March for him from a K-1 visa. In early April we got a letter stating that the case had been transferred to California. We haven't gotten any notification for biometrics yet. I've looked at others timelines that are similar, and many got appointments for biometrics before or around the time of the transfer. I've contacted the customer service line to ask about it, and they said they would contact the local office and we'd get a response in the next 30 days. Can anyone else give any suggestions of what to do? Can we just show up? Can I make an infopass appointment even though we haven't been given an appointment time?


K-1

I-129F NOA1 : June 1, 2010

I-129F NOA2 : June 28, 2010

Interview Date : Sept 28, 2010

Wedding: Apr 16, 2011

AOS

Approved : July 25, 2011

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Hi all,

My husband and I applied for AOS, EAD and AP back in mid-March for him from a K-1 visa. In early April we got a letter stating that the case had been transferred to California. We haven't gotten any notification for biometrics yet. I've looked at others timelines that are similar, and many got appointments for biometrics before or around the time of the transfer. I've contacted the customer service line to ask about it, and they said they would contact the local office and we'd get a response in the next 30 days. Can anyone else give any suggestions of what to do? Can we just show up? Can I make an infopass appointment even though we haven't been given an appointment time?

Can't do biometrics without an appointment letter BUT I have read of some people going into the office and them generating the biometrics letter then and there because of the ridiculous waiting period (which I think fits in your case!). You could make an infopass for the same thing I think. If your biometrics office isn't that far away it certainly can't hurt to try to go in, talk to a manager there. Take your NOA1 and transfer letter and tell them that you still haven't received a biometrics appointment and are they able to help you. hopefully they can.

Good luck!

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