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Hi guys! My husband and I recently filed our I-130, I-485, and my I-765. I received NOAs for all of them in the mail, but when I filed them, I did not file G-1145. Is there any other way that I can still receive E-notifications, even though I did not file the form G-1145 with my papers? I checked my status online and saw a "sign-up" link for case updates on the USCIS website where one can check the status of their petition. In which it was written there:

https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/jsps/selectusertype.jsp

My Case Status Sign-up for Case Updates

USCIS Customers (applicants or petitioners) and Representatives (such as lawyers, charitable groups, or corporations) who require regular access to status information about multiple cases can create an account to more conveniently access this information. The services provided to both account types are identical, except Representatives may also enter their own internal office tracking number with each receipt number.

In addition, USCIS Customers and Representatives can choose to receive automatic case status updates, which will be sent via e-mail. A new pilot program provides the additional option to receive a text message notification that a case status update has occurred, which will be sent to a United States mobile phone number. USCIS Customers and Representatives that select the option to receive the text message notification acknowledge that Standard Messaging Rates or other charges related to these notifications may apply.

Please enlighten me with this, as I just want to receive updates via text and e-mail as well. I just wasn't aware of the form G-1145 when we filed our papers… Thank you very much!


Spoiler

08092014: Got married!
09122014 (Day 0): Sent our package to Chicago Lockbox Office (I-485, 130, 765)
09162014 (Day 4): Arrived at Chicago Lockbox Office
09222014 (Day 10): Cashier's Checks en-cashed
09292014 (Day 17): Received NOA for I-765
09302014 (Day 18): Received NOAs for I485 & I130
10272014 (Day 45): Called USCIS to update status (still no biometrics appointment after 45 days)

10312014 (Day 49): Received a letter about my inquiry; Suggested to do walk-in biometrics
11122014 (Day 61): Walk-in biometrics SUCCESSFUL! (Anchorage USCIS)
11202014 (Day 68): Received letter for AOS Interview!
11242014 (Day 72): Received a text/email that EAD status was changed; Employment Authorization Card is under production!
12082014 (Day 86): Applied SSN
12132014 (Day 92): Received SSN Card on PO Box
12172014 (Day 95): Adjustment of Status Interview! -- APPROVED!!!

12282014 (Day 106): Received Green Card in the mail!

ROC:

092216: Received reminder letter to remove conditions in mail

100716 (Day 0): Mailed our I-751 Application packet to the California Service Center (CSC)

101316 (Day 6): Checks en-cashed ($590 total)

101916 (Day 12): Received NOA for I-751 

010517 (Day 78): Biometrics appointment

091317 (Day 341): I-551 passport stamp from local field office (Anchorage, AK)

031418 (Day 523): Approval Letter Date

032018 (Day 529): Received Approval Letter in the mail

040618 (Day 546): Received Green Card in the mail!

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The OP filed AOS therefore her forms were sent to the lockbox. Submitting a G-1145 usually gives case status update- at least when I was adjusting.

Since you received your NOAs, you can sign up for case status on the USCIS website and enter the receipt numbers on each form. You also have the option of receiving your updates via text, email or both.

Edited by Newbie608

AOS from F-1(Married to USC
06.08.12 - AOS mailed
09.18.12 - Interview.....Approved!!

ROC- Divorce Waiver
05/09/14- I-751 packet mailed to CSC
05/12/14- NOA1 Receipt date
07/01/14- Biometrics Appt

08/11/14- RFE received

09/08/14- RFE response received by USCIS

09/22/14- 10yrs GC Approved!!

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Filed: F-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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I signed up for email and text updates and the only update I ever got was that they received my packet. I found that it was easiest to just log on to USCIS case status and search using your receipt numbers.

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