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InfoPass. Has anyone used it??

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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Hello, I was wondering about the InfoPass section at USCIS page. HAs anyone used it? My fiance, thinks it could work for us, since he is a federal worker. He is thinking maybe if he get noticed to USCIS that he works for the federal government, the won't need to check in-depth his background, and our paper will come up faster. Do you think he's right??

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10-24-2012: AOS, EAD, AP Sent

11-04-2012: NOA1 AOS, EAD, AP

11-06-2012: Biometrics App Letter

11-16-2012: My baby boy was born

11-19-2012: Biometrics Appointment

12-29-2012: AP Approved

01-04-2013: EAD Approved

01-10-2013: Combo Card Arrived

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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EVERYONE even military persons get background checks.

You cant get out of it and you cant " make it go faster " it takes them as long as it takes.


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infopass (at least my experience with it ) was completely useless - they knew no more than the folks on the phone BUT no matter what your SO will have to undergo a background check and there is no way to personally speed it up.

good luck

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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Hello, I was wondering about the InfoPass section at USCIS page. HAs anyone used it? My fiance, thinks it could work for us, since he is a federal worker. He is thinking maybe if he get noticed to USCIS that he works for the federal government, the won't need to check in-depth his background, and our paper will come up faster. Do you think he's right??

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InfoPass really just allows you to get answers to common questions or to schedule an appointment with your local immigration office. I used it back in March to go over an RFE we had received and the meeting was very helpful. However, sorry to tell you but I seriously doubt your husbands federal worker status will have any sway with or get any special treatment from USCIS in regards to processing of your petition. Good try though :blush:

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We went to an InfoPass appointment.

I seriously doubt that it will speed anything up, and it's certainly easier to get the answers to your questions here on VJ.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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InfoPass really just allows you to get answers to common questions or to schedule an appointment with your local immigration office. I used it back in March to go over an RFE we had received and the meeting was very helpful. However, sorry to tell you but I seriously doubt your husbands federal worker status will have any sway with or get any special treatment from USCIS in regards to processing of your petition. Good try though :blush:

Well thanks. I just was wondering... I know everything has a timing, we're just trying everything we can. I'm not saying that this will definitely expedite our petition. But federal workers has exhaustive background checks when they are hired, so what I was saying is that maybe if USCIS get noticed of that, they just will check up on his background check which is definitely on the system and perform another for the past year (he's been working a year now for DOL) I wasn't saying they can leave behind background check. Although maybe we just have a little luck and expedite things up, you never know until you do it!!

Besides my fiance is a stubborn army-veteran, so he will try anything just to take me with him as soon as possible

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10-24-2012: AOS, EAD, AP Sent

11-04-2012: NOA1 AOS, EAD, AP

11-06-2012: Biometrics App Letter

11-16-2012: My baby boy was born

11-19-2012: Biometrics Appointment

12-29-2012: AP Approved

01-04-2013: EAD Approved

01-10-2013: Combo Card Arrived

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