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Hi

I am going for my citizenship mid January 2013.

While a permanent resident I petitioned for my eldest son to join us in America. Once I have citizenship, what must I do to expedite his application?

Thanks for your very kind consideration and assistance!

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After you get naturalized you can either call USCIS customer service and tell them to update your case status since you became USC or you can directly email the service center where your application is currently pending. Sometimes the service centers will ask you to fax them your citizenship certificate. Good luck with your Journey on Naturalization.

Hi

I am going for my citizenship mid January 2013.

While a permanent resident I petitioned for my eldest son to join us in America. Once I have citizenship, what must I do to expedite his application?

Thanks for your very kind consideration and assistance!


Wife's CR1 Visa Journey:

Feb 17, 2012: Mailed I-130 Petition.

Feb 20, 2012: Received NOA 1 ( Priority Date Feb 18, 2012).

July 12, 2013: Requested USCIS to Upgrade petition from F2A to CR1.

July 27, 2013: USCIS sent confirmation email regarding upgrade.

July 29, 2013: I-130 Petition Approved dancin5hr.gifwow.gifdancin5hr.gifstar_smile.gifsmile.png

August 02, 2013: NOA 2 Received.

August 12, 2013: NVC Received the Petition

August 29, 2013: NVC Assigned the Case Number

September 4, 2013: AOS Bill Invoiced.

September 4, 2013: NVC requested to fill DS-261 via email.

September 4, 2013: Filed DS-261 online.

September 4, 2013: Paid AOS bill online.

September 6, 2013: NVC Accepted AOS bill payment.

September 6, 2013: Mailed I-864Ez to NVC

September 11, 2013: NVC Entered AOS Documents into their system for Review ( NVC Says it may take 30 business days to review)

September 16, 2013: IV Bill Invoiced.

September 16, 2013: IV Bill Paid.

September 17, 2013: NVC Accepted IV Bill Payment.

September 19, 2013: Filed DS-260 Online

September 20, 2013: Mailed Civil Documents for IV application

September 23 ,2013 : NVC Entered Civil Documents into their system for Review ( NVC Says it may take 30 business days to review)

October 1, 2013 : NVC Accepted AOS. smile.png

October 17, 2013: Case Complete smile.png

October 28, 2013: Interview Scheduled wow.gifdancin5hr.gif

December 11, 2013: Interview

December 26, 2013: Visa Received

January 4, 2014: POE, Chicago

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After you get naturalized you can either call USCIS customer service and tell them to update your case status since you became USC or you can directly email the service center where your application is currently pending. Sometimes the service centers will ask you to fax them your citizenship certificate. Good luck with your Journey on Naturalization.

Thank you and once again, thank you! :D

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