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Well, I called USCIS today to try to get more information. The first guy I spoke with said he didn't know, so he transferred me to someone in customer service. The second guy said maybe someone took another look at our file after the RFE was sent and decided it was complete, but he wasn't sure. He suggested I send in the requested information anyway, which I had already planned on doing. Unless we get the green card before we send the stuff, I figure it can't hurt to mail it in. If we mail it in, the worst that will happen is that we'll find out it was a waste of time and money to do so. If we don't send it in, the worst that can happen is that the AOS will be denied. We'll still go to the InfoPass appointment next week, but I'm not sure why. I'm most likely going to prepare and send the papers no matter what they say. Better safe than sorry!

Some new Advices ?!!!!!

Did I mention that this process has made me a bit paranoid????

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Date I-129F Sent : 2006-09-28

Date I-129F NOA2 : 2006-10-27

Interview Date (K1 Visa): 2006-12-12

Date K1 Visa Received :2006-12-18

Date of US Entry : 2006-12-23

Date of Wedding : 2007-01-21

Comments : For Casa, packet 3 and 4 come together, with an interview date already scheduled.

AOS Filing date : 2007-02-02

NOA date for I-485 : 2007-02-07

I-485 RFE Dates : 2007-02-16

I-485 Biometrics Appt Date: 2007-02-28

AOS Comments: Strange - we received RFE, then a few days later got email that the response had been received and the case was resumed even though we haven't sent anything yet.

I-485 Sent to CSC 2007-03-12

RFE for Medical Examination mailed 05-31-2007

medical examination sent 06-27-2007

Case resumed on 07-13-2007

email "card production ordered" 07-18-2007

email “notice mailed welcoming the new permanent resident” 07-19-2007

email “approval notice sent” and welcome letter received 07-23-2007

Green card received 07-26-2007

EAD Filed Date: 2007-02-02

EAD NOA Date : 2007-02-07

EAD Biometrics Appointment Date : 2007-02-28

EAD received 04-16-07

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You received an RFE and now you wondering if you should send in what they ask for?!!??!?

you wont get your green card unless you send them what they ask for! your case is on hold until they get back the RFE plus the requested information


Walk with the angels

let them keep you safe

we'll join you one day

in that wonderful place

stand on the clouds and never forget

we're holding on to you

in our memories and thoughts

until one day we'll meet again

Truly missed but never forgotten:


RIP 1982-08/2008


RIP 1983-03/2008




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