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Could anyone answer at what stage does USCIS officer ajudicate on AOS case. Is it after they recieve the biometrics results or do they make up their mind before that.

Does the officer pick up the file after they receive the Biometric results?

What stage do they check our application for errors or missing documents, fraud etc? RFE

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Could anyone answer at what stage does USCIS officer ajudicate on AOS case. Is it after they recieve the biometrics results or do they make up their mind before that.

Does the officer pick up the file after they receive the Biometric results?

What stage do they check our application for errors or missing documents, fraud etc? RFE

Yes, approval of the I-485 is done after the biometrics. How long after is not something anyone can answer for you. The EAD/AP is approved at on average of about 2-3 months, and the green card is around 3-6 months. You can receive an RFE anytime though, even at the interview, if you have one.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Can I assume that beneficiaries file sits in their cabinets waiting for biometrics, once the results are out it is attached to the file and the file awaits it turn as it was recieved. So let's say CSC is processing febraury month applicants are being picked up from the cabinet and beneficiary's file gets picked up. The officer opens the file and sees all the forms in the file with biometric results. IS this the time the officer makes the decision on the case after looking at all the paper work ie i864, paystubs, certificate of marriage, or things I send afterwards like letter to withdraw my i864 affdivat of support? Do they thoroughly review the file or do they become content that biometrics passed and then gladly issue green card?

are they like in a rush to approve AOS based on marriage to US citizen thinking they got married in USA?

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I am not really sure what exactly you are wanting to know. The file will sit waiting until the adjudicator gets around to it. They are not in a rush to approve. They look at the evidence presented in the file and then send an RFE, approve or deny. If you sent in a letter to withdraw your I-864, then call USCIS and ask about whether or not it was received, and if it shows in your case that it was withdrawn or not. If not, ask them what you should do to make sure it gets done before an approval happens.

are they like in a rush to approve AOS based on marriage to US citizen thinking they got married in USA?

I am not following you at all on this one. Explaining your case and asking clear, direct questions would make it easier for others to help you.

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Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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