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i was thinking that can we go early for biometric finger prints, and if so how and if i receive the biometric appoim. but want to go early can it be done?

and i heard in this site that they went for early biometric appointment how can it be done, will they allow to get it done in a early date?????????????

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You dont really need to do anything rather than make a walk-in with your appointment letter and have your Bio done

Some reported they made it early, some others said their offices didnt allow early bio, so it depends on your office

i was thinking that can we go early for biometric finger prints, and if so how and if i receive the biometric appoim. but want to go early can it be done?

and i heard in this site that they went for early biometric appointment how can it be done, will they allow to get it done in a early date?????????????


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i was thinking that can we go early for biometric finger prints, and if so how and if i receive the biometric appoim. but want to go early can it be done?

and i heard in this site that they went for early biometric appointment how can it be done, will they allow to get it done in a early date?????????????

I did mine at Oxnard, Ventura. Yes it depends on your ASC office. I came there first thing in the morning, I let everyone pass ahead of me (considering that they have an appointment). When it was my turn, I showed the guard my appointment letter, no question asked, she let me in. We were like 25 on queue and I finished my form ahead of some peeps, they gave me number assignment, I got #4 and called after 10-20 mins. Should I have known they will not question my appointment date I would be in front of the line. LoL.

Btw... my original appointment would be on 07/20/2011; I did my walk-in last 07/06/2011

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I did mine at Oxnard, Ventura. Yes it depends on your ASC office. I came there first thing in the morning, I let everyone pass ahead of me (considering that they have an appointment). When it was my turn, I showed the guard my appointment letter, no question asked, she let me in. We were like 25 on queue and I finished my form ahead of some peeps, they gave me number assignment, I got #4 and called after 10-20 mins. Should I have known they will not question my appointment date I would be in front of the line. LoL.

Btw... my original appointment would be on 07/20/2011; I did my walk-in last 07/06/2011

Wow, what a coincidence! I also did a walk-in at Oxnard, CA on 6/20/2011 and my original appointment is .... 07/06/2011. ;)


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July 19, 2014 - N400 packet sent out

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July 23, 2014 - received email/text that I-797 is issued

July 26, 2014 - received I-797 in mail

August 11, 2014 - received the Biometrics notification

August 14, 2014 - biometrics walk-in (original date August 20)

August 18, 2014 - in line for interview scheduling

September 9, 2014 - yellow letter is received (letter is issued September 3)

November 3, 2014 - interview notice is issued (email/text alert)

November 10, 2014 - interview notice received with the interview date of December 11, 2014.

November 10, 2014 - request to reschedule mailed out

December 5, 2014 - interview notice is sent out (email/text alert)

December 11, 2014 - received an interview letter in mail

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