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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: England

OK here is the deal. On the NOA for our AOS interview the address is wrong (it was a typo on their part) (FYI we are adjusting status for K-1 and 2 K-2s) Now the misinformation line is telling us to send the AR-11 to two diffent places. The first time we called is was kentucky the second time they said to mail it to our local USCIS. Any one have any idea or had the same thing happen. The reason we are so concerned it because we have allready received 2 of the 3 biometrics letters and the biometrics letter we are missing is for the K-2 whos address is wrong...

05/25/05 Mailed I-129F to TSC

06/08/05 CSC Recv's I-129F per USCIS website (Day14)

06/13/05 Recvd' NOA1 from CSC (Day19)

06/22/05 Petition Approved, NOA2 by email! (Day28)

06/25/05 Peter posts Police Cert Request (Day 31)

06/27/05 Recv'd NOA2 snail mail (Day 33)

06/30/05 NVC Recv'd Petition from CSC (Day 36)

07/06/05 NVC Forwards petition to London (Day 42)

07/09/05 Snail mail from NVC stating they recv'd petition/being forwarded to London (Day 45)

07/15/05 Peter recv's Police Report (Day 51)

07/18/05 Peter recv's packet 3 and schedules medical (Day 54)

07/25/05 Mail Packet 3!!! (Day 61)

08/04/05 Medical in Endinburgh (Day 71)

08/06/05 Received Packet 4 (Day 73)

08/10/05 Received medical in post (Day 77)


11/08/05 He's Home

11/18/05 Wedding Day

D.O.R.A. Time Line

01/05/06 AOS Appointment

02/10/06 Bio metrics letter #1

02/14/06 Boimetrics letter #2

07/03/06 Email Update - Welcome letter is on it's way (5 months and 29 days)

07/05/06 Email Update - GC is ordered and on its way

07/10/06 Email Update - Case was aproved on July 10

07/11/06 2 Greencards arrived in post!!!

02/07/07 Final Greencard arrives...England here we come!

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My husband and I changed our address just last month. We sent both AR-11's and I-865's (sponsor change of address form) accompanied by a cover letter that included his A # and case #'s to the following places:

  • The Kentucky Address on the AR-11 Form
  • The Lee's Summit Office, where our case was last known to be (address found on the bottom of the last correspondence we received from USCIS)
  • The California Service Center, as noted by the I-865
  • Our former local District Office (though this letter was returned to sender....)

All of this accompanied by calling the Change of Address in to the 1-800 #. So far, it seems to have gone smoothly. We just received an interview notice at our new address!

Hopefully that helps you, and good luck! :thumbs:

Edited by CarpetFuzz

11/11/2005 -- Chris Arrived in US on K-1 Visa

11/21/2005 -- Married in Vegas!

12/05/2005 -- Mailed AOS/EAD

04/05/2006 -- AOS Interview and Bio (issued at the interview)

06/10/2006 -- Welcome letter arrives

06/23/2006 -- Green Card Arrives

Lifting Conditions

03/10/2008 -- Mailed I-751 Packet to USCIS

03/14/2008 -- NOA Arrives!! (also check is cashed)

04/07/2008 -- Bio Appt Letter Arrives!

04/17/2008 -- Bio Appt

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