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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Indonesia
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Don't worry, you probably would have a shorter processing time , and you might not need to have an AOS interview, so.. hang on, it could be approved any time now, Good Luck!! :thumbs:


K-1

Feb 24/2006 - NOA1 -TCS

May 12/2006 - NOA2

Jul 28/2006 - Interview : Approved!

Aug 28/2006 - Arrived in US

Nov 03/2006 - Applied for SSN

Nov 15/2006 - Married

AOS & EAD

Feb 06/2007 - NOA1 from MSC/NBC

Feb 21/2007 - AOS transferred to CSC

Feb 22/2007 - Biometric taken ( for AOS & EAD )

Mar 09/2007 - AOS approved!!! at 10.30pm :)

Mar 15/2007 - Received Welcome Letter in the mail

Mar 16/2007 - Received Permanent Resident Card !

Mar 20/2007 - Change name & status on SSN Card

Apr 07/2007 - Got learner's permit

Dec 08/2008 - File for Removing of Conditions

Dec 08/2009 - File for Naturalization

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