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hi everybody

we have send our EAD and AOS file together on FEB13.

I have recieved NOA for EAD.

But still no NOA for my AOS.

Do I have to worry or is it normal?

How many days does it take to get NOA for AOS?

Thanks in advance....


Finally I am at home with my K3 visa....

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Be patient it will come eventually.


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April 25,06 started working.

Aug. 18,06 passed the colorado driving test

Sept. 28,06 got my own car

Aug. 28,12 7th year wedding anniversary

July 11,2011 became a Citizen of US

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Canada
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I received both my NOA's for AOS, EAD the same day. My son's AOS came one day, his EAD NOA came the next day. This can happen so dont worry to much yet.


PEGGY & ROGER

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K-1/K-2 VISA'S APPROVED IN MONTREAL MAY 2, 2005

K-1/K-2 AOS APPROVED IN ATLANTA MAY 17, 2006

10 year GC Approved - APRIL 16th ,2009 - Peggy and Jonathan's......

Still waiting for our cards...Had to file I-90 as they sent them to the wrong address.

March 9th, 2010, Received GC that has been lost in the mail for 10 months. Still waiting for my son's that is lost as well.

Filed Waiver for my son's 10 year GC and it was approved. He finally received his GC after its been missing for 2 years.

Thanking God this is over for 10 years.

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Ours came together, but I have read cases where they come individually. Biometrics letters are the same. Some people get them both together and others (like in our case) get them seperate. I wouldn't worry. Be patient and it should come along soon!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ghana
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The same thing has happened to us. We got the NOA for the EAD last week and are still waiting for the AOS one...

I had the same question, so I'm glad you asked!

Kanyiri


K-1 (more detail in profile):

05-25-05 - Applied for I-129F

06-07-05 - Approved

12-01-05 - Picked up visa!!

AOS:

12-25-05 - Flight lands at JFK - EAD stamp

05-15-06 - Green card received!! Woo-hoo!!!

05-09-07 - Our first son born!

Removal of Conditions

01-29-08 - Mailed Removal of Conditions Application (overnight)

02-07-08 - Check Cashed

02-08-08 - NOA1

03-12-08 - Biometrics

12-12-08 - Card production ordered! Yay!

12-30-08 - 10 year card received! Yay!

Naturalization

01-12-10 - Mailed application

01-20-10 - NOA

02-16-10 - Biometrics

04-21-10 - Interview

04-21-10 - Oath ceremony - US CITIZEN!!!

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Our's came a day apart.


I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence:

04-08-2008 Sent I-751 Joint petition for wife and stepchild

04-25-2008 Received NOA for wife stating residence extended 1 year while petition is processed

05-08-2008 Received NOA for stepdaughter stating residence extended 1 year while petition is processed.

05-08-2008 Received ASC appointment letter for wife. Biometrics scheduled for 05/16.

05-09-2008 Received ASC appointment letter for stepdaughter. Biometrics scheduled for 05/20.

05-16-2008 Biometrics for wife completed.

05-17-2008 Biometrics for stepdaughter completed.

03-19-2009 Received 10-year green card

N-400 Application for Naturalization Timeline:

02-17-2009 Sent N-400 Application for Naturalization for Wife

02-19-2009 Package received by USCIS

02-24-2009 Check cashed by USCIS

02-28-2009 NOA receipt received for N-400 payment

03-09-2009 NOA received for Biometrics appointment on 03-20

03-20-2009 Biometrics completed

04-20-2009 NOA received for Naturalization interview on 05-28

05-28-2009 Successful Naturalization interview

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