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What happens 60 Days After USCIS Receives your RFE Evidence?

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Hi All,

After receiving our RFE late this summer, my husband and I sent additional evidence (tons, though most of it "soft evidence" like greeting cards, affidavits, and photos) 60 days ago come November 23rd. We never got any confirmation that this was received from USCIS, though we got confirmation from the shipping company. My husband's been calling USCIS, but in true form, they say they can't tell us anything until 60 days is up. Does anyone know what the options are for what they'll tell us? I.e. can they say they're still working on it at that point, or will it go straight to either interview or approval?

Thanks!

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Most of visajourney members receive nothing after RFE response is delivered. Yes, it is either approval or interview. After you haven't heard anything from them for more than 60 days, it is most likely you would have an interview. Someone called in to enquery about RFE response after long wait, they received approval right away too so it varies case to case. My RFE response was approved in 10 days. Good luck.


N400

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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If they decide to interview you, you should get about 3 weeks notice.


Spouse-based AOS from out-of-status H-1B, May - Aug 2012

Removal of conditions, Aug - Nov 2014

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Just thought I'd bump this in case anybody else was in a similar situation. We called after 60 days, got elevated, and they told us that though 60 days was up the decision was still pending and couldn't tell us anything about the case. So I guess it does happen.... 78 days and counting.

We speculate that USCIS has gotten slammed with bureacratic chaos with Obama's most recent immigration "reform" and will be temporarily useless on backlog. We also speculate that perhaps two four-inch binders of additional "evidence" may have been overkill.

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