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Petitioner can't make AOS I-485 interview. What r consequences for rescheduling?

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Hi there thanks for an advance for your responses.

I was wondering about the adjustment of status interview I just got informed it's scheduled for August 11 but I , the U.S. Citizen &the petitioner, will not be in the United States for that week. It's too expensive to change the tickets for me. So I'm wondering if I call and have them put in a service request to reschedule what are the consequences what does not having an AOS mean? And is having bought tickets to out of the country A legitimate excuse for rescheduling?

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You can put in a request to reschedule the AOS interview, However, due to the rather prolonged AOS processing times, you will put your case at the mercy of the scheduling minions at USCIS. Who knows when your next interview date will be scheduled.

Due to our perceived importance of this interview, when ours was scheduled, all of us cleared our calendars; my wife and I took the day off from work, our stepson took the day off from college. We spent a couple of "delightful" hours at the local DHS office for the interview. They got their 2-yr conditional GCs eleven days later.

Good luck on your immigration journey.

Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

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I did put in the request, nervously. I can't reschedule my international trip, as its for a school interview. Waiting to hear back from uscis It's been less than a week . I wish I would have thought about this months ago before I made the plans overseas

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