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My case is 'ready for scheduling' and i wanted to know what kind of paperwork did you guys bring to interview.

should i grab everything i sent to USCIS? just wanted to see what has been done in past or will be doing.


Day 11/14 Mailed AOS Package

Day 11/16 AOS Package Accepted

Day 11/20 Received Text with receipt numbers

Day 11/21 Checks cashed

Day 11/26 -Letter for Biometrix - its on 12/20

Day 12/20/ went to do biometrics, turn away as wife has a cut on thumb - will try to walk in next week

Day 12/28 - bio metrics done ! - walked in San Diego as we were visiting my in laws.

Day 1/4/2013 - received text/email that case is ready to be scheduled for interview !

Day 1/15/2013 - received hard copy letter to let us know interview is on 2/12 !

Day 1/17/2013 - received text/email that EAD has been approved

Day 1/26/2013 - received EAD card

Day 2/12 - interview done - approved on spot!

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After you get the email for interview scheduling .how long before you actually get the letter in the mail from the email?


Day 00: Nov/20/12: AOS Package sent(all Forms)

Nov/23/12: at 9:27 A.M.Package signed and recieved

Nov/29/12: Check cashed

Dec/03/12: Recieved Receipts and Biometrics appointment

Dec/20/12: Biometrics appointment

Jan/2/13. : received email an text. Ready for Testing and interview

Jan/23/13: text and email that EAD and AP approved!!!! Yes!!!!!!!

Day 70: Jan/29/13: Card/Document Production

Day 73: Feb/01/13: Recieved EAD card.

Day 101: recieved text/email that AOS interview is April 2nd.

Day--- : AOS approved for green card. Got stamp in passport.

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After you get the email for interview scheduling .how long before you actually get the letter in the mail from the email?

Don't recall if we did get an email regarding interview scheduling. We did receive the interview appointment letter about a month before the interview date. It seemed to go pretty fast.

Good luck.

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The US embassy in Amman has certain requirements that are not needed for other countries, and isn't sent to the NVC. If you go to the consulate website it will give you a list of everything they require. Amman is 100% electronic,so everything you sent to the NVC would have been only scanned copies of the originals, you must bring all all of the originals plus one photocopy of each, they will look at the originals, keep the photocopies, and return the originals to you. One thing that is not on the NVC list is the record of personal information, this is consulate specific to Amman, This you obtain at the Civil Status department in the area you live in Jordan, I think it costs like 6 jds. Like I said go to the US embassy in Amman site and look at the list, it lists everything you need. I went to the interview with my husband in Amman and we brought pictures and other evidence too, they didn't ask for any of it. Good luck!!

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