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Just to make sure I understand correctly, since my husband and I live in Texas, we need to send his AOS application to Chicago NOT to our local office---

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

P.O. Box 805887

Chicago, IL 60680-4120


And then we might (or might not) have to do an interview at our local office before having the GC approved?? I am unclear on this since it seems like a lot of people are getting their GC approved by the CA service center without having an interview....

Also-- any thoughts on whether or not it is worth using a lawyer for all of this?? We didn't for our K-3, but should we now?




08/30/2005 Mailed I-130 (CR-1) to TSC

09/5/2005 Checked USPS on-line-- application fwd-ed to CSC

09/08/2005 Received NOA1 from CSC via post mail

02/02/06 Got a birthday present from USCIS-- our NOA 2 (via mail)

02/15/06 AOS Bill and DS 3032 received

02/16/06 AOS Bill paid


10/14/05 Mailed I-129F

10/18/05 NOA1- Rcvd I-129F

12/2/05 NOA2- I-129F approved!

03/14/06 K-3 interview in Lima (had to postpone from original date of 2/1/06)

03/14/06-- Interview-- K-3 approved!!!

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