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06/24/2006 I129F PETITION FOR FIANCE(E) (why would they 'touch' this when I have been here since 12-06?)

08/12/2006 I485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status (aos interview was august 1, still says they will let me know when the appointment is even though touched afterwards)

10/09/2006 I765 APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION (have had the EAD since end of may, why touch this now?)

07/13/2006 I131 APPLICATION FOR USCIS TRAVEL DOCUMENT (I have had the travel document since april or so why touch it?)

10/11/2006 I485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status (my sons aos interview was yesterday, they touched it today)

Ok so why is it they are checking stuff i already have but havent touched the aos which is the one thing Im waiting for? THe guy yesterday said my sons security clearance came back and he was reccommending him for approval but my security clearance is still pending.....and they wont touch the aos file

SHEESH!

o ya know what else he said....that in his experience, people who have had many border crossings take longer for thier FBI checks than those who dont ??!! anyone else hear this?


12/25/2001 : Met on telephone thanks to mutual friend

03/02/2001 : Met face to face at a concert in Sault Ste Marie Michigan

07/06/2004 : I-129F Sent

07/19/2004 : I-129F NOA1 (Receipt)

10/20/2004 : I-129F NOA2 (Approved)

11/01/2004 : Package Received By NVC

11/04/2004 : Rec'd Instructions (Pkt 3)

07/01/2005 : Completed Instructions (Pkt 3)

09/01/2005 : Rec'd Appointment Letter (Pkt 4)

11/07/2005 : Interview!!!

11/20/2005 : Visa Received

12/03/2005 : US Entry, finally home

02/04/2006 : Wedding !!!

02/13/2006 : AOS, AP & EAD filed

02/16/2006 : AOS, EAD & AP rec'd

02/24/2006 : NOA for AP rejected (I ticked wrong box duh0

02/27/2006 : NOA for AOS, EAD

03/13/2006 : Biometrics appt

03/05/2006 : amended AP application rec'd

03/09/2006 : NOA for AP

04/06/2006 : RFE for AOS (co-sponsor affidavit)

04/07/2006 : AP approved

04/13/2006 : AP recieved

05/25/2006 : EAD approved

05/29/2006 : used AP for the first time

06/01/2006 : EAD rec'd

07/04/2006 : AP used again to pick up my son, activated his visa (he was a follow to join)

07/13/2006 : AP touched ??? (possibly because I used it july 4th?)

08/01/2006 : Interview date

08/12/2006 : AOS touched

08/14/2006 : Gerrys biometrics

10/10/2006 : AOS interview for Gerry

10/28/2006, 11/11/2006, 11/18/2006, my AOS touched ; 10/12/2006,12/04/2006 : Gerry's AOS touched

12/07/2006 : AOS APPROVED !!!!!!!

12/16/2006 : GREEN CARDS IN HAND!

09/24/2008 : Apply for Removal of Conditions

09/26/2008 : 1 Yr Conditional Resident Extention

11/01/2008 : Biometrics for both of us

01/??/2009 : 10 Year Green Cards!!!

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hmmm, yes, I have heard something about them checking out the times listed for crossing the border. My AOS took an incredibly long time to process - nearly 2 years, and now I wonder if a lot of that was waiting for security checks since I did indeed have a lot of border crossings over the years. Interesting.

I think the touches just mean they may just have been checking the status of the files they have connected to you and your son's files. I wouldn't worry about it:-). Hope your security clearance comes in soon and you both receive your AOSs.


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My son crossed 2 times b4 moving here. I crossed every 2 weeks on average for 2-3 years.

The only thing that worries me is....when I would go back to canada, there wont be a record for each time I went back because rarely did they even LOOK at my ID let alone scan it or enter it into any system.

Bah, its frustrating.

SO, since my status isnt technically adjusted until i get my 2 year green card, tHEN I am in conditonal status, so that means I still have to wait the nearly 2 years in conditional before i can apply to remove these conditions, potentially pushing everything back correct?


12/25/2001 : Met on telephone thanks to mutual friend

03/02/2001 : Met face to face at a concert in Sault Ste Marie Michigan

07/06/2004 : I-129F Sent

07/19/2004 : I-129F NOA1 (Receipt)

10/20/2004 : I-129F NOA2 (Approved)

11/01/2004 : Package Received By NVC

11/04/2004 : Rec'd Instructions (Pkt 3)

07/01/2005 : Completed Instructions (Pkt 3)

09/01/2005 : Rec'd Appointment Letter (Pkt 4)

11/07/2005 : Interview!!!

11/20/2005 : Visa Received

12/03/2005 : US Entry, finally home

02/04/2006 : Wedding !!!

02/13/2006 : AOS, AP & EAD filed

02/16/2006 : AOS, EAD & AP rec'd

02/24/2006 : NOA for AP rejected (I ticked wrong box duh0

02/27/2006 : NOA for AOS, EAD

03/13/2006 : Biometrics appt

03/05/2006 : amended AP application rec'd

03/09/2006 : NOA for AP

04/06/2006 : RFE for AOS (co-sponsor affidavit)

04/07/2006 : AP approved

04/13/2006 : AP recieved

05/25/2006 : EAD approved

05/29/2006 : used AP for the first time

06/01/2006 : EAD rec'd

07/04/2006 : AP used again to pick up my son, activated his visa (he was a follow to join)

07/13/2006 : AP touched ??? (possibly because I used it july 4th?)

08/01/2006 : Interview date

08/12/2006 : AOS touched

08/14/2006 : Gerrys biometrics

10/10/2006 : AOS interview for Gerry

10/28/2006, 11/11/2006, 11/18/2006, my AOS touched ; 10/12/2006,12/04/2006 : Gerry's AOS touched

12/07/2006 : AOS APPROVED !!!!!!!

12/16/2006 : GREEN CARDS IN HAND!

09/24/2008 : Apply for Removal of Conditions

09/26/2008 : 1 Yr Conditional Resident Extention

11/01/2008 : Biometrics for both of us

01/??/2009 : 10 Year Green Cards!!!

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