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I checked my online case status today. I had biometrics done on March 17th.

Does the below mean I am inline and just waiting for the letter for the date? Is so does this suggest it will be soon?

Sorry if this question has been answered before?

Thanks

"On March 19, 2015 we scheduled an interview for your form N-400 application, we will mail you an interview notice"


K3 visa Approved and Received by mail June 26th/07

POE to the US on June 29th/07

AOS and EAD Process[/b]
Sent to Chiago lockbox on July 19th/07
Chiago lockbox received AOS and EAD package on July 23/07
Biometrics Appointment for both AOS and EAD completed Sept 13/07


EAD Approved Sept 21, 2007

INTERVIEW DATE JANUARY 31, 2008

GREEN CARD APPROVED FEBRUARY 04, 2008

AOS I-175 Form sent in November 2009
NOA received November 2009
Biometrics Date December 30, 2009
Approval Letter received February 2010
Received Permanant Resident Card February 24, 2010

N-400 Process

Sent Application February 16, 2015

Cheque Cashed February 18, 2015

NOA received March 06, 2015

Biometrics Appointment March 17, 2015

***INTERVIEW April 23, 2015***

APPLICATION APPROVED

OATH CEREMONY MAY 08TH

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You are very lucky, USCIS is showing that they are processing at the moment applications from August 2014 in New Orleans.

You should get the letter with the interview date pretty soon.

Edited by Buckyball

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You are very lucky, USCIS is showing that they are processing at the moment applications from August 2014 in New Orleans.

You should get the letter with the interview date pretty soon.

I'm not sure if you're talking about Trakitt data or the official processing dates. The former is quite accurate, and so is the information in the VJ monthly tables. But I just wanted to point out that some of the posted USCIS processing times are not remotely accurate for N400s... just as an example, dozens of VJ members who applied over the summer were naturalized while USCIS said their offices were still processing applications from March and April.

I'm not sure how it works; perhaps if they are still working on just one application from March (because of a prolonged background check or for some other reason) then they say they are processing March applications even though they've already approved April and May applications.

I would take the New Orleans data to mean that USCIS hasn't finished all the August applications.

Just a theory.


For a review of each step of my N-400 naturalization process, from application to oath ceremony, please click here.

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Yes, online USCIS processing time is not accurate, it is always sooner.


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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