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its been a year now since we got married.. but my husband's AOS is still pending. We receive a letter from Nebraska office last september 2014 for an interview waiver, it says there we have to wait another 6 months for a decision its been almost 7 months but we still havent received any letter. we tried to call but the infos given to us is not helpful. is anyone in the same or has been in this situation?

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Yes, some with their interviews being waived are waiting over a year for the green card approval. Check the threads in the AOS Progress Reports forum.

~ Moved from AOS from Family Based main forum to Progress Reports sub-forum - topic is case status | Duplicate topic removed ~


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Spoiler

 

K1

15 November 2013: Sent I-129F Package 

21 November 2013: NOA1 

20 December 2013: NOA2

23 January 2014: Medical (London)

11 April 2014: Interview - Approved!

29 April 2014: POE Chicago

20 June 2014: Married in DC

AOS

7 July 2014: Mailed AOSEAD & AP forms via USPS

10 July 2014:USPS shows package delivered to lockbox

14 July 2014: NOA1 Text & E-Mails (x3) received at 23:52hrs (Received Date: 07/11/2014)

14 July 2014: Cheque cashed & I-485 transferred to Nebraska Service Centre

18 July 2014: NOA1 hardcopy received (x3)

22 July 2014: Biometrics Letter rec'd (Appointment 07/31/2014)

23 July 2014: Early Biometrics walk-in at Cincinnati office successful!

05 September 2014: EAD & AP approved! (texts rec'd 16:45hrs)

11 September 2014: EAD/AP card mailed

12 September 2014: EAD/AP card in hand (delivered 9:54am)

18 October 2014: Potential interview waiver letter rec'd (Dated: 10/15/2014)

19 May 2015: I-485 approved! (No interview) Welcome letter mailed!

23 May 2015: I-797 (NOA2) Welcome notice received

27 May 2015: Green card received

 

ROC

ROC filing window opens 18 February 2017

16 February 2017: ROC packet mailed to CSC

18 February 2017: USPS Tracking - Ready for collection from PO Box

21 February 2017: Delivered at 11:28am. Signed for By: J.Siplivy

23 February 2017: Cheque cashed

25 February 2017: NOA1 received dated 02/21/2017

03 March 2017: Received biometrics appointment letter dated 25th February 2017. Appointment on 16 March 2017.

16 March 2017: Biometrics completed

08 March 2018: Case (allegedly) transferred to the National Benefits Center (presumably for a combo interview)

N-400

18 February 2018: N-400 Application submitted online

21 February 2018: NOA1 Rreceived

23 February 2018: Biometrics appointment letter received. Appointment 13 March 2018. 

27 April 2018: Interview notice received. Interview Date: June 5, 2018. Request to reschedule sent as out of the country at that time.

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Is it a year counting from the time we filed it or a year after we received the potential interview waiver?

Yes, some with their interviews being waived are waiting over a year for the green card approval. Check the threads in the AOS Progress Reports forum.

~ Moved from AOS from Family Based main forum to Progress Reports sub-forum - topic is case status | Duplicate topic removed ~

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