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I-751 June 2012 filers - any news?

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I filed I-751 for the 10-year green card in June 2012 through Vermont Center and I still haven't heard anything. Just wonder whether anyone has got any progress?

I appreciate if you could let me know if there is already such a thread in this forum...

Happy New Year! :)

AOS Storyline:

---------- I-751 ----------

[July 11, 2012]: Biometrics appointment. [Day 42]

[June 27, 2012]: Received biometrics appointment notice. [Day 28]

[June 9, 2012]: Two-year green card expired. Driver's licence expired, too. Apply I-751 early, Folks! [Day 12]

[June 7, 2012]: Check cashed. [Day 10]

[June 1, 2012]: Package delivered to the Vermont office. USPS Priority is fast enough. [Day 4]

[May 29, 2012]: Sent I-751 package to Vermont office via Certified USPS Priority. [Day 1]

A long and short two-year. Time really flies!

---------- I-485 ----------

[June 9, 2010]: Interview Day! Very smooth after a long wait (2-3 hours wait). Got Green Card! [Day 89]

[May 7, 2010]: Received interview appointment - June 9th. No EAD yet though. [Day 56]

[April 20, 2010]: Biometric. About one hour wait time. [Day 39]

[April 7, 2010]: Walk-in biometric rejected. They didn't want to do it. [Day 26]

[April 4, 2010]: Received biometric appointment notice - April 20th. Dated March 30th. [Day 23]

[March 26, 2010]: Received NOAs for I-485, I-130, I-756, I-131. [Day 14]

[March 23, 2010]: Checks cashed. Case established on USCIS website. [Day 11]

[March 22, 2010]: Received texts and emails for receipt # for all 4 applications [Day 10]

[March 15, 2010]: Package received and signed by USCIS [Day 3]

[March 12, 2010]: Sent AOS package to Chicago office via USPS Express [Day 1]

[February, 2010]: Married.

[January, 2010]: Engaged.

[May 2008]: Met my husband.

[May 2006]: Changed to H1-B.

[Dec 2003]: Arrived as F-1.

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