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AOS Interview Approved... But no Card Update

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Hi VJ!

Our AOS Interview was May 13 and went very well. We were approved, gave me my welcome letter, and it was easy. I'm very happy I'm approved, but my online USCIS case status hasn't updated at all. It still tells me that my interview has been scheduled.

I've read so many stories about the status updating right away and the card being produced the next day... What's going on?

I've made an infopass appointment for next Friday to get a stamp just in case there's a really long delay.

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Your approval is pending with supervisor approval, IO recommended your case for approval but supervisor hasn't approved it yet.


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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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Your approval is pending with supervisor approval, IO recommended your case for approval but supervisor hasn't approved it yet.

How long does superior's approval usually takes? We have a similar situation with only difference that the interview took place 3 weeks ago and still no updates but during the interview we were told that my green card was approved. Is there anything I can do at the moment?

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How long does superior's approval usually takes? We have a similar situation with only difference that the interview took place 3 weeks ago and still no updates but during the interview we were told that my green card was approved. Is there anything I can do at the moment?

My backup plan was to make an Infopass appointment to inquire and ask about getting a stamp in my passport instead.

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My backup plan was to make an Infopass appointment to inquire and ask about getting a stamp in my passport instead.

Well, I dont really need any stamps in passport right now. The only thing I want is some certainty instead of waiting for unknown crazy amounts of time while other people are approved on the spot

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