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I got a question regarding NOS. I assume that a NOS is when the USCIS sent you back a letter confirming that they received your paper work and money. My question is will they send a letter for each AOS form separately (I-130, I765, I-495) or will they send one letter verifying that they received all the forms? My Lawyer has sent all the forms in together.


Sep. 19-06 send AOS papers

Oct. 02-06 received NOS of papers

Oct. 02-06 received Biometric appointment letter

Oct. 11-06 Biometric appointment

Oct. 12-06 RFE for I-485

Dec. 05-06 USCIS recived RFE package

Dec. 15-06 Recived Email EAD approved.

Dec. 21-06 Recived EAD card in mail

Jan. 05-07 send AR-11 to HLS

Feb. 12-07 Recived SS card in mail

Mar. 09-07 Recived USCIS updat notification on change of address (at new address)

Aug. 01-07 Interview date

Aug. 01-07 Interview in Memphis. Approved

Aug. 12-07 Conditional GC in mail

May 01 -2009 Start of Removing Conditon of Residancy send I-751 off

May. 04-09 I-751 package deliverd at USCIS Vermont

May. 16-09 NOA for I-751

May. 29-09 recived Biometric appointment letter

Jun. 09-09 Biometric Appointment

Oct. 13-09 Letter arrived. Approved

Oct. 26-09 10 Year GC in mail

May 04 - 2010 Start of Natruralization process sent N-400

May 06 - 10 N-400 delivered to Uscis Texas

May 18 - 10 recived NOA

Jun. 14 - 10 Biometric appointment

Aug. 11 - 10 Interview appointment

Spt. 29 - 10 Oath letter asrrived

Oct. 21- 10 I AM AN AMERICAN CITIZEN

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I got a question regarding NOS. I assume that a NOS is when the USCIS sent you back a letter confirming that they received your paper work and money. My question is will they send a letter for each AOS form separately (I-130, I765, I-495) or will they send one letter verifying that they received all the forms? My Lawyer has sent all the forms in together.

you will get a NOA (notice of action) for for each separate form you filled out.

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