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I have just replied to an RFE about a week or two ago. Now my case status has been finally updated online with this:

"On January 27, 2012, we transferred this case I485 APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS to another office for processing and sent you a notice explaining this action."

Obviously I don't have the notice yet but I can't imagine it would be bad if they accepted the information I send because i'm back to the initial review stage. So through experience or protocol do any of you know what this means or could mean?

I'm hoping something really good!! and NOT just that because I sent my RFE to Missouri that it's been transferred back to Chicago or something -_-.

Edited by JasonLeitch

K-1 Visa Process

2011

2/3 Petitioned K-1 Visa I-129F I-134 G-325A x2 E-1145 & supporting evidence + $350 to VT

9/3 Petition Approved

29/6 Case now in the hands of local consulate

28/7 Filed DS-230 DS-156 x2 DS-157 x2 DS-156k DS-2001 & supporting evidence to London

22/8 K-1 Interview scheduled! Setup medical appointment

10/9 Medical examination in London + $350

14/9 Medical results sent to US Embassy London

26/9 Attended K-1 Approval Interview in London

7/10 Passport/Visa!!! BOOKED FLIGHT!


Adjustment of Status

2011

11/7 Vaccination records with I-693 paid $50

11/18 Filed AOS I-458 I-765 I-864 I-864A I-693 G-325A E-1145 & supporting evidence + $1070 to Chicago

12/7 Emailed with case numbers and delivery date for I-797C

12/10 NOA1 Physical copy I-797C for EAD & I-485 received

12/15 Biometrics Appointment letter received appointment scheduled

12/24 RFE for AOS: More tax return information

12/27 IRS Transcripts ordered

2012

1/6 Biometrics appointment in ATL

1/17 Received Transcripts

1/19 Transcripts sent to MO

1/27 RFE accepted, case transferred to CSC

1/30 EAD moved into production

2/6 EAD arrives applied for SSN number

2/13 SSN number arrives

5/16 GC moved into production!

5/22 GC arrived Valid from 5-12-12


Removal of Conditions

2014

22/4 overnighted ROC I-751 + $590

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It is just a step in the process. It is not a bad sign, just a step (well it is kind of a good sign because you are on to the next step). We received this notice 5 days after responding to our RFE on I485, then were approved EAD in about 2 weeks. Depending on your local office, you will get an interview letter, we received our letter informing us of our interview a little over a month later.

Edited by sjt

07/18/2011 Concurrent I130/I485/I765

09/05/2011 EAD approved

11/03/2011 AOS Interview

12/28/2011 I130 Approved

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It is just a step in the process. It is not a bad sign, just a step (well it is kind of a good sign because you are on to the next step). We received this notice 5 days after responding to our RFE on I485, then were approved EAD in about 2 weeks. Depending on your local office, you will get an interview letter, we received our letter informing us of our interview a little over a month later.

***Our case just went to our local office where we had to interview, there apparently are cases that get transferred to CSC, a lot of those don't seem to result in having an interview.

(PS I did try to edit so I would not have two posts, I am sorry but my computer locked up and then it wouldn't let me). Take care!


07/18/2011 Concurrent I130/I485/I765

09/05/2011 EAD approved

11/03/2011 AOS Interview

12/28/2011 I130 Approved

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Time to prepare for an interview It sounds like. Keep an eye on your mail, gather your papers.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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I have just replied to an RFE about a week or two ago. Now my case status has been finally updated online with this:

"On January 27, 2012, we transferred this case I485 APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR TO ADJUST STATUS to another office for processing and sent you a notice explaining this action."

Obviously I don't have the notice yet but I can't imagine it would be bad if they accepted the information I send because i'm back to the initial review stage. So through experience or protocol do any of you know what this means or could mean?

I'm hoping something really good!! and NOT just that because I sent my RFE to Missouri that it's been transferred back to Chicago or something -_-.

This is perfectly normal. Our case transferred to the CSC, also, and there was no interview. The path was Chicago lockbox -> Missouri -> CSC

Edited by Lisa and Ian

K1 Filed: 4-1-2009 * Interview (approved): 10-21-2009 * POE: 11-1-2009 * Married: 11-29-2009

http://www.visajourn...009-k-1-filers/

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AOS Filed: 12-7-2009

AOS APPROVED! 2-27-2010 (no interview)

Greencard in hand: 3-4-2010

http://www.visajourn...ead/page__st__0

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ROC mailed to CSC 11-22-2011

Check cleared the bank 11-29-2011 (our 2nd anniversary) :)

Greencard received 6/15/2012 :)

November 2011 ROC Filers

N400 Filing (Citizenship for Ian) - Here we go!

Mailed 12-03-2012

Arrived at Phoenix SC 12-6-2012

Check cashed 12-11-2012

12-11-2012 NOA

12-26-2012 Biometrics

1-25-2013 Notice - Interview Scheduled for 3-4-2013

Oath 3-4-2013 Omaha Field Office

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***Our case just went to our local office where we had to interview, there apparently are cases that get transferred to CSC, a lot of those don't seem to result in having an interview.

(PS I did try to edit so I would not have two posts, I am sorry but my computer locked up and then it wouldn't let me). Take care!

Yes, ours was transferred to CSC and no interview. However, this may be true for most cases but not the result for everyone. I see it as a positive sign.


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