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how come some people get their green card without an interview and some people have to get an interview done? does it mean anything?

the reason for that is that some people pray harder than others...

just kidding, it just happens that a lot of people who's files get transfered to the california service center (CSC) get their GC without an interview. nobody really knows why some get transfered there and others do not.

good luck with ur process


01/03/2007: Received NOA dated December 29th

01/09/2007: Touched (I-485, I-130, I-765)

01/17/2007: Biometrics appointment

01/16/2007: Touched (I-485, I-130, I-765)

01/16/2007: 8 emails for RFE

01/17/2007: Touched (I-485, I-765)

01/18/2007: Touched (I-485, I-130, I-765)

01/20/2007: Touched (I-485, I-765)

01/25/2007: Touched (I-485)

01/25/2007: Email for Receipt of RFE

01/28/2007: Touched (I-485)

03/11/2007: Touched (I-765)

03/12/2007: EAD Production Email

03/13/2007: Touched (I-765)

03/15/2007: EAD Approval notice sent Email

03/16/2007: EAD Received

03/17/2007: Touched (I-765)

04/03/2007: AOS Interview Letter Received

04/27/2007: Touched (I-485, I-130)

05/10/2007: AOS Interview - APPROVED

05/10/2007: Touched (I-130, I-485) - Registered Permanent Resident

05/15/2007: Touched (I-485) - Card Production Ordered

05/16/2007: Touched (I-485)

05/21/2007: Touched (I-485)

05/21/2007: Green Card Received

05/21/2007: Touched (I-485)

05/21/2007: Touched (I-485)

05/21/2007: Touched (I-485)

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how come some people get their green card without an interview and some people have to get an interview done? does it mean anything?

the reason for that is that some people pray harder than others...

just kidding, it just happens that a lot of people who's files get transfered to the california service center (CSC) get their GC without an interview. nobody really knows why some get transfered there and others do not.

good luck with ur process

True. I filed mine in August 2004, interviewed in Oct. 2005 and received my CGC after that. Yes, we waited for over a year for that and we still had to do an interview. Before my interview, I've read about some VJ members who filed their AOS in the same district office but their case was transferred to CSC and was approved w/o interview. I asked the adjudicating officer about this and she said that they've been swamped with AOS cases lately that they had to transfer the load to somewhere else.

I guess I didn't make that cut-off, but I'm not complaining, because later on when I filed my N-400 it took only about 2.5 months from the day I filed it to my oath, I was told they weren't as busy when it comes to N-400 applications.


*** My Mom's N-400 Journey ***

05/09/2015 - Mailed N-400 application packet to the Phoenix, AZ lockbox

05/11/2015 - Delivered per USPS tracking

05/14/2015 - Check cashed

05/19/2015 - Received NOA

06/02/2015 - Biometrics Appointment

06/04/2015 - In line

08/06/2015 - Interview scheduled per USCIS website

09/11/2015 - Interview - PASSED!

09/18/2015 - Received oath letter

09/22/2015 - Oath Ceremony

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