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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil
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So i got a letter from USCIS with my date and hour of my biometrics appointment (which is tomorrow)... All I have to do is go there with that letter and my passport right?

no need to register or go in any site before or to bring anything else right?

In the form that they gonna give me there, since i filled concurrently I-485 I-131 -130 AND I-765

I should put in the form ''application type'' I-485 and I-765 OR just adjustment of application?

Thanks a lot for anyone that can help

Also what type of form i gonna fill there? anyone has a sample?

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Appointment letter and any valid picture ID. Receptionist at support center will guide you how to fill the form.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Brazil
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thanks a lot just the marriage certificate and passport plus the letter worked

I already did the biometrics now I am not sure I did something wrong there? please help me?

I was reading that when I get the stamp in my appointment notice after doing the biometrics appointment I should give a copy of it to the staff member handling my I-485
So, I only got ONE of my letter stamped from the guy that did my fingerprint and took my photo..... Did I had to give it to the guy that was on the central table giving people numbers and helping them file their forms? so he would take a copy and keep somewhere? Or the guy handling my I-485 was actually the guy that took my fingerprints and photo and he kept a copy for himself already and gave me back the original letter that I should keep ????
I am desperate now....
Cause I only got one stamped letter on my hands and a yellow paper(to fill about quality of the place) and the guy said after doing my fingerprints ''drop it at the table''
But I only dropped the yellow paper that was about quality of the place not my letter stamped ...........???? should i come back and drop my letter stamped for the guy that was giving people numbers and giving them forms to fill take a copy of it?
should i just wait for some USCIS letter? Or should I go back and give that letter stamped to someone?

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That stamped letter is proof you have taken biometrics. You are fine, it is only beginning and you are paranoid already, USCIS people knows what's up.

The paper you dropped off is just a survey flier. Don't sweat, you need to relax. If you keep being paranoid like this, you will fall before the result comes in. You need to learn how to calm yourself.


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12/06/2014: Package filed

12/31/2014: Fingerprinted

02/06/2015: In-Line for Interview

04/15/2015: Passed Interview

05/05/2015: Oath letter was sent

05/22/2015: Oath Ceremony

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thank you very muchjust one thing that i have doubt..... in my passport and visa says given name: A### surname: S### L###

but in my other documents like birth certificate it only says the entire name ''A### S### L###'' And i grew up teached by my parents that S### was my middle name and L### my last name.(I am from brazil)

So in my marriage certificate it says Given: A### Middle name: S### Last name: L###

Is it going to be a problem when i go to my biometrics appointment tomorrow? cause in my passport S### is as surname and in my marriage certificate is as middle name....

Even tho All my AOS package got approved and had no problem, they sent me letters stating my name as ''A### S. L###'' and the biometrics appointment letter is as ''A### S### L###''

I used in my AOS forms the new name stated as new name on the marriage certificate Given: A### Middle: S### Surname: K### (from my hubby)

and in the fields other names used i put ''L### A### S### '' and '' L### S### A###'' (format of my passport and how the old name was stated on marriage certificate

Would I have an issue on biometrics appointment? I am thinking in bring my passport, marriage certificate,birth certificate and the copy of the page of form I-131 that state that i used my name in both ways

They will match your alien number. You will be fine, don't sweat too much, your journey is still long to go. Good luck.


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September 17, 2013: Mailed I-751 to CSC

September 23, 2013: Received NOA1 in mail (receipt date September 19th)

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