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Hi to all VJ members,

my wife and I are having an interview scheduled for next month (AOS from B1/B2). We live in Orlando and our local USCIS field office is in Orlando too. The interview is scheduled to take place at the NATIONAL BENEFITS CENTER??? :( Is that normal? Looking at other posts, AOS interviews seem to be scheduled at a local USCIS field office. Does that mean we'll have to fly out all the way to Missouri?? Our whole case has been processing at NBC, never made it to a service center (TCS, CSC, ....). We are very confused! and a little worried?! Anyone's got any input? THANKS!

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Hi to all VJ members,

my wife and I are having an interview scheduled for next month (AOS from B1/B2). We live in Orlando and our local USCIS field office is in Orlando too. The interview is scheduled to take place at the NATIONAL BENEFITS CENTER??? :( Is that normal? Looking at other posts, AOS interviews seem to be scheduled at a local USCIS field office. Does that mean we'll have to fly out all the way to Missouri?? Our whole case has been processing at NBC, never made it to a service center (TCS, CSC, ....). We are very confused! and a little worried?! Anyone's got any input? THANKS!

Is that what it says on your status update online, or in the actual letter you will receive in the mail? Most of the notifications through the USCIS status updates online initially read that way, but when you get your actual letter in the mail it states what local office you are to attend. You will need to bring that letter with you to the interview as well.


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In my case, IO approved I-485 on the spot and I got the stamp even without asking for it. Later that day, update on I-485 and then my I-130 and I-485 got updated seperately on different day.


Doing good deeds shall bring happiness

09/05/2005 - Entered US with J-1

04/16/2006 - Met my husband

04/11/2007 - AOS from J-1 to B-2

07/10/2007 - Out of Status

08/26/2011 - Husband became USC through naturalization

10/12/2011 - We got married!

12/03/2011 - Sent AOS package(I-130, I-485, I-765) to Chicago Lockbox

12/05/2011 - Delivery confirmation via USPS

12/16/2011 - Received emails for I-130, I-485

12/22/2011 - Received NOA in mail for I-130, I-485 dated 12/16/2011

12/23/2011 - Received rejected I-765 due to missing signature

12/24/2011 - Received biometrics appointment on 01/09/2012 dated 12/20/2011

12/27/2011 - Reapplied I-765

12/29/2011 - I-765 has been delivered by USPS confirmation

01/04/2012 - Walk-in biometrics done

01/11/2012 - Received NOA in mail for I-765 dated 12/30/2011

02/01/2012 - Received text/email for I-765, Card/Document Production

02/06/2012 - Received EAD card in mail. YAY!

02/07/2012 - Received text/email for interview date, 03/15/2012

02/08/2012 - Received interview letter in mail

03/15/2012 - Interview at San Antonio, approved on spot and got a stamp!

03/23/2012 - Green card in hand! :^D

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