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Hey there, my fiance is in the air force and someone on another section mentioned we may be able to expedite.my fiance is active duty in USA.I was under the impression that we could only expedite if he was about to be deployed which he isn't.so I'm not sure if we would would be able to or we just have to wait patiently

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Hello there lola! Just try to expedite :) my fiance filled our petition last december and also expedited our case. He is moving in August/September in Guam and thought to give it a try... However, we are still waiting and its been almost 5mos. I think it wouldnt harm if you try it :)


AOS/EAD/AP

10/03/13 - package sent to Chicago Lockbox

10/07/13 - package received by S. Rodriguez

10/10/13 - Email Notification for AOS/EAD/AP

10/19/13 - NOA1 EAD

11/07/13 - BIOMETRICS APPOINTMENT

11/16/13 - USCIS Status for I-485: Testing and Interview

12/03/13 - USCIS Status for I-131 AP - Approved / USCIS Status for I-485 - Card/ Document Production

01/07/14 - INTERVIEW @ 1:00pm, USCIS Hagatna Guam -APPROVED

01/08/14 - Card Production Ordered

01/09/14 - Register Permanent Status

01/14/14 - For Delivery with USPS Tracking No.

1/24/14/ - GC on hand

ROC I-751

10/09/15 - Eligible for ROC

10/21/15 - I-751 Packet mailed via USPS (2 day Priority Mail)

10/23/15 - Delivered to USCIS California Service Center

10/27/15 - $590 charged to account.

10/29/15 - received NOA dated 10/23/15

11/06/15 - Biometrics received for 11/18/15 appointment

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Hey there, my fiance is in the air force and someone on another section mentioned we may be able to expedite.my fiance is active duty in USA.I was under the impression that we could only expedite if he was about to be deployed which he isn't.so I'm not sure if we would would be able to or we just have to wait patiently

Active duty military going on deployment to a combat zone is what gets you an expedite.

Hello there lola! Just try to expedite smile.png my fiance filled our petition last december and also expedited our case. He is moving in August/September in Guam and thought to give it a try... However, we are still waiting and its been almost 5mos. I think it wouldnt harm if you try it smile.png

Expedited cases are approved in 5-10 days after the expedite request. It sounds like your request was denied.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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