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Hi Does anyone is or has been stuck in a local office for 5 less, or more months??? My situacion now is that I´m hanging in there since February 2015 and nothing happend, Is anyone in the same boat? please share your experience here. Thanks.

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We were in the same boat...we filed May 2014, received Potential Interview Waiver letter in late 2014 with it in the local office. Finally, in May 2015 we received an RFE asking for a certified copy of his divorce decree. Instead of mailing it to the local office, they wanted it sent to Guam. After we complied, his green card was produced. The time from AOS application to green card was 1 year and 1/2 a month.


ROC

3.6.2017     Mailed I-751

3.7.2017     NOA sent

3.23.2017   Biometrics Appointment

2.26.2018   I-751 Transferred to Local Office

3.5.2018     I-751 Received in Local Office

5.1.2018     Case Transferred; Preliminary Review Done; transferred to NBC in Lee's Summit, MO

5.3.2018     Case Transferred

7.24.2018   Joint interview approved

7.30.2018   Green Card received

Naturalization

3.15.2018   Filed N 400 Online

3.15.2018   USCIS sent the receipt

3.16.2018   USCIS sent biometrics letter

6.14.2018   Interview Notice sent

7.24.2018   Naturalization Interview; approved

9.26.2018   Oath Ceremony Scheduled

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Many field offices have processing times longer than 5 months. My local office is Portland OR and theirs is 8+ :( It sucks, but just hang in there!

You can look up the processing time for your local field office here. It's about 8 months for NYC as well, so you might not interview until October.


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Many field offices have processing times longer than 5 months. My local office is Portland OR and theirs is 8+ :( It sucks, but just hang in there!

You can look up the processing time for your local field office here. It's about 8 months for NYC as well, so you might not interview until October.

Wow thats a lot of time!!! I hope hear something soon!!!!

We were in the same boat...we filed May 2014, received Potential Interview Waiver letter in late 2014 with it in the local office. Finally, in May 2015 we received an RFE asking for a certified copy of his divorce decree. Instead of mailing it to the local office, they wanted it sent to Guam. After we complied, his green card was produced. The time from AOS application to green card was 1 year and 1/2 a month.

Wow! Congrats!!!! I´m still waiting..... :clock:

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