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Re just got his notice for the biometrics appointment! :dance: This is great b/c it is only two weeks from now.

The problem is, Re finally got a job, and his first day should be either Wednesday or Thursday. He had to struggle to get Friday March 10 off so that he could meet my family before the wedding. He tried for Thursday the 9th, but couldn't convince them. Well, now his biometrics appointment is on that date. So can we try to delay it by one day? What can we do?

Kanyiri


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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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Re just got his notice for the biometrics appointment! :dance: This is great b/c it is only two weeks from now.

The problem is, Re finally got a job, and his first day should be either Wednesday or Thursday. He had to struggle to get Friday March 10 off so that he could meet my family before the wedding. He tried for Thursday the 9th, but couldn't convince them. Well, now his biometrics appointment is on that date. So can we try to delay it by one day? What can we do?

Kanyiri

I dnt know that it's possible, but the letter stated that if you had an accident it's possible to cancel your appt. and re schedule it.


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Sept. 28,06 got my own car

Aug. 28,12 7th year wedding anniversary

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Re just got his notice for the biometrics appointment! :dance: This is great b/c it is only two weeks from now.

The problem is, Re finally got a job, and his first day should be either Wednesday or Thursday. He had to struggle to get Friday March 10 off so that he could meet my family before the wedding. He tried for Thursday the 9th, but couldn't convince them. Well, now his biometrics appointment is on that date. So can we try to delay it by one day? What can we do?

Kanyiri

I dnt know that it's possible, but the letter stated that if you had an accident it's possible to cancel your appt. and re schedule it.

No... You would have to arrange for another appointment... Who knows how long that will be.

Your spouse is going to have to try harder to get it off... if he explains that the US Government is requiring him to be there.. his employer may have a different opinion.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ghana
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I actually called the USCIS number to see if he could change it, and they told me that we would have to write a letter to request a date change and then they would have to write a letter back with the new date and it could be months later. So he went to his employer and showed them the letter. They told him that it wouldn't be a problem, so we breathed a sigh of relief. Now hopefully he will get his EAD before his temp EAD runs out so that he can continue working.


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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That was a good news then Goodluck.


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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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