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Hi i just got the mail for the Biometrics interview but they scheduled for the day that im not going to be available since im planning on going out of the city. So im thinking about re-scheduling the appointment but im afraid they might re-schedule it for way-later since right now my process is going faster than expected.

Does anyone know what will work? Should i re-schedule it or should i just go to the appointment even though my personal appointment is very important?

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Hi i just got the mail for the Biometrics interview but they scheduled for the day that im not going to be available since im planning on going out of the city. So im thinking about re-scheduling the appointment but im afraid they might re-schedule it for way-later since right now my process is going faster than expected.

Does anyone know what will work? Should i re-schedule it or should i just go to the appointment even though my personal appointment is very important?

You could try to do a walk in before the schedule date, I've heard some centers will allow it


AOS TIMELINE
05.03.11 - Got Married

05.05.11 - Filed I-485, I-130 and I-765
06.08.11 - Biometric Done
07.27.11 - Mailed RFE to Lee's Summit MO(Express)
08.04.11 - EAD CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED!!! YAY!!!
08.12.11 - EAD IN HAND!!! WOOHOO!!
09.16.11 - INTERVIEW(No Decision on Spot, IO wrote in Passport"CR6 A# I-485 pending IO (name) USCIS LNY Section 245"
10.26.11 - Stokes Interview at 26 Federal Plaza
10.27.11 - APPROVED!!! WOOHOO!! WHAT A JOURNEY!!
11.01.11 - CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED
11.04.11 - GREEN CARD IN HAND

ROC TIMELINE

08.01.13 - Mailed ROC Packet to VSC

08.14.13 - Biometric Appointment Letter Received

09.03.13 - Biometric Completed

09.17.13 - Case Transferred to CSC

11.01.13 - CSC Transferred Case to Local Office to Schedule Interview

12.31.13 - Received Appointment Notice from Local Office (Long Island City). Interview on 01.16.14

01.16.14 - I-751 Interview

01.16.14 - Approved on Spot!! :-) Passport Stamped!

01.30.14 - CARD PRODUCTION ORDERED

N400 TIMELINE

07.29.14 - Mailed N400 Packet to TX

08.05.14 - Case Received (Text message)

08.09.14 - Received I-797C

08.16.14 - Received Biometric Appointment Letter

08.29.14 - Biometric Appointment

02.17.15 - Interview - APPROVED

02.26.15 - Naturalization Ceremony

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Peru
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it is not complicated: go to your biometrics appointment.

for my experience I read some people do walk-in and the EAD takes weeks to arrive,in my case the EAD arrived after 8 days,my aos went fast too (4 months) and mostly because I went on time to the biometrics and interview.

I would recommend you avoid re-schedule and go for the biometrics appointment

good luck :thumbs:

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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Hi i just got the mail for the Biometrics interview but they scheduled for the day that im not going to be available since im planning on going out of the city. So im thinking about re-scheduling the appointment but im afraid they might re-schedule it for way-later since right now my process is going faster than expected.

Does anyone know what will work? Should i re-schedule it or should i just go to the appointment even though my personal appointment is very important?

I also suggest trying a walk-in. Basically go to the biometrics center (on the appointment letter) with your appointment letter (and passport and marriage cert) and ask them whether they would accept you now as you have plans the actual day of the appointment. Some will be fine, some will say no. If they say no then you'll have to either re-schedule you're appointment, or re-schedule your plans... I personally would re-schedule the plans as your status is more important than a trip.. also because sometimes it can take months to get another appointment letter and because sometimes they don't re-schedule it properly and instead say you missed it and your AOS is denied. Up to you of course though :D

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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Do the walk-in appointment. But if they won't allow you, My biometrics was re-scheduled. The next appointment was about 1 month later. But I guess it didn't make much of a difference because i'm still waiting for interview.


7/20/09 - When we met
9/16/09 - When we started dating
1/15/10 - Moved in together
9/3/10 - Marriage
11/10/10 - Filed AOS at Chicago lockbox
11/12/10 - AOS package received
11/17/10 - NOA1
12/27/10 - Biometrics --> canceled due to snow condition
1/18/11 - Advance Parole approved
1/26/11 - Biometrics Completed
1/31/11 - EAD in production
2/7/11 - EAD Recieved
2/18/11 - Applied for SSN
2/28/11 - Received SS Card
8/5/11 - Interview letter mailed
9/8/11 - Interview @9am
9/9/11 - Card Production
9/20/11 - Received Green Card

7/2013 - Submitted Removal of Condition

9/2013 - Biometrics Completed

11/20/2013 - NOA1 - Request for Evidence

12/20/2013 - RFE returned

1/2014 - 10 year green card approved.

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