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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Nigeria
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It seems like most people going through the AOS are now receiving the green card without an interview, it this right or do they forget to update their timeline that they had the interview before the green card came in the mail. I have been doing a research on people's timeline here on VJ and it seems some people are not getting an interview for the AOS and all of a sudden they receive the green card in mail. Has this happened to anyone U know? Pls share what exactly happened with us.


Embassy admit having petition (interview date not known yet) 20th Oct 2005

Picked up package 4 at embassy 24 of Oct

Interview date: 19th January 2006 DENIED (221G)

Second interview: 3rd of Feb 2006 VISA APPROVED! Thank U Lord!!!

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