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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: France
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Hi!

I had a k1 visa before i got married, which i did last october. Today i had the biometrics appointment.

Here are my questions...

-what is the next step before i get my permanent resident thing?

-how long do i still have to wait for the EAD?

-i had a medical exam in France, do i have to have another one in the US?

Hope someone can answer. Thanks a lot for the time you're watsing with me :blush:

Have a great day!

SuperMuffMuff

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Ireland
Timeline

Well, since you've had your biometrics I'm presuming you have already sent off all the paper-work, so now you just sit it out and wait like the rest of us :)

The EAD can take up to 90 days from the USCIS receipt date to obtain, some get it a lot faster. It depends on where you're going through. Have a look at the timelines above.

Regarding your medical, your package is all sent off, so it should be ok I think, but here's what they say

Medical Info for AOS Applicants


03.04.2009......Posted I-130 to U.S. Embassy

03.04.2009......Ordered Police Certificate for Visa Purposes from Local Garda Office (ordered over the phone)

03.05.2009......I-130 received at Embassy

03.06.2009......Received Police Cert

03.18.2009......I-130 Approved

09.10.2009......Medical Exam

09.23.2009......Embassy receives Notice of Readiness

10.13.2009......Received our interview date

10.29.2009......Successful interview!

11.5.2009........Visa received in post

11.7.2009........All the family flew to the US together :)

12.20.2009......Received Welcome to America letter

12.24.2009......10 year Greencard received in the mail

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: India
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You should really check out the AOS guide on this site. It can probably answer a lot of your questions, but I'll try to as well.

It sounds like you've already applied for your AOS and EAD. My understanding is that you should receive your EAD approval shortly after giving biometrics. I don't know if you've given biometrics for AOS yet. Sometimes they do them for both AOS and EAD at the same time.

You should be receiving an interview appointment letter for your AOS interview. Some lucky people are transferred to the California Service Center and are approved without interview. If you do have an interview and are approved, you should receive your Green Card shortly thereafter. Some people get their passport stamped right away, but others don't.

You will be issued a 2-year conditional Green Card. Before your GC expires, you will have to apply to lift conditions at which point you will be issued a 10-year GC.

That's about as much I can tell you now :)


K1 Visa Saga

7/27/2005 Went to India to see Sowmya

7/31/2005 Proposed and she said "yes"!

08/05/2005 Held official engagement ceremony

08/07/2005 Returned to US

08/26/2005 Sent in I-129F petition

08/31/2005 Received online NOA1

09/02/2005 Received NOA1 through snail mail

11/22/2005 Received online NOA2!!! (Day 88)

11/26/2005 Received NOA2 through snail mail.

11/28/2005 NVC receives case

12/1/2005 Case sent to Chennai consulate via DHL

1/12/2006 Interview date - Visa approved!!!

1/16/2006 Received visa by courier

1/20/2006 Arrival in US - Chicago O'hare POE (Reunited at last!!!)

1/21/2006 Returned home to Birmingham together.

2/10/2006 Married!!!

AOS

2/15/2006 Sent in AOS/EAD application

2/27/2006 Received NOA1 for EAD

3/2/2006 Received NOA1 for AOS

3/20/2006 Received Biometrics appointment letter for AOS/EAD (4/11/2006)

3/30/2006 EAD application touched

4/11/2006 Biometrics appointment (AOS/EAD)

4/13/2006 AOS/EAD applications touched

5/3/2006 AOS application transferred to CSC

5/5/2006 EAD touched

5/8/2006 AOS application received by CSC

5/9/2006 EAD approved!!!

5/10/2006 AOS touched

5/13/2006 EAD card received

6/6/2006 AOS approved without interview!!!

6/9/2006 Received Welcome Letter

6/29/2006 Green Card received!!!

2/30/2008 - File to lift conditions on Green Card

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