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Hello everyone my husband just had his biometrics done on Tuesday, so i was wondering what is next? will we receive a letter or something? If need we are under K-1 visa and filed for form I-485 and I-765.

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Next is your EAD card (Work permit), and then, they're going to send the letter for the interview.

Hello everyone my husband just had his biometrics done on Tuesday, so i was wondering what is next? will we receive a letter or something? If need we are under K-1 visa and filed for form I-485 and I-765.

Thank you


K-1 Visa process

11/05/2010 - I-129F Sent

11/08/2010 - NOA1

11/11/2010 - Touched

02/19/2011 - Medical exam

03/15/2011 - Touched

04/19/2011 - RFE (email/textmsg)

04/22/2011 - RFE hardcopy

04/25/2011 - RFE reply sent

05/03/2011 - Touched (RFE response under review)

05/16/2011 - NOA2 (Finally, after 6 months - exactly 189 days)

05/25/2011 - NVC received our case

05/31/2011 - Got our new case number (NVC sent a letter)

06/01/2011 - The U.S. Embassy in Rio de Janeiro received our case

06/07/2011 - Received our interview date

08/09/2011 - INTERVIEW!!! (Approved)

08/13/2011 - Received my passport

08/15/2011 - POE Detroit

09/22/2011 - GOT MARRIED!!!!!!!!!

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Hello everyone my husband just had his biometrics done on Tuesday, so i was wondering what is next? will we receive a letter or something? If need we are under K-1 visa and filed for form I-485 and I-765.

Thank you

You wait for either a letter scheduling you for an interview or a letter stating your case has been transfered to the Service Center serving your area. If an interview is required, you will gather up more proof of the marriage being legit and go for the interview when scheduled. If no interview the GC will come when they are done with the processing. Did you file for AP/EAD at the same time as AOS? I you did then the EAD/AP card will arive soonish.

Good luck,

Dave

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