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I have not received my biometric appointment yet. I can now track my case online but I am a bit worried now. I found out that my applications were now forwarded to lee's summit, Missouri. I live in NY, and my field office is NYC. Also they are currently working on october 10th 2015. I received obviously just the receipt


B1/B2 Visa since 2012 > traveled 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 > Marriage > AOS

AOS Sent July 20th > PD > July 26th 2016

EAD approved in (87 days)

Received EAD Combo Card (101 days)

Interview May 30th 2017 (308 days) 

Case Approved May 30th 2017 (308 days)

Greencard received June 7th 2017 (316 days)

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All family based AOS applications are sent to the NBC(National Benefits Center) in Missouri. It used to be known as the Missouri Service Center, so that is why your case numbers will begin with MSC. You should receive your biometrics appointment letter fairly soon. It will have the case number for the I-485 and I-765 listed on it to cover the biometrics for the EAD and green card at the same time. The letter will tell you which USCIS office to appear at, which will be the local USCIS office for your location.

~ Moved from K-1 Progress Reports to AOS from Family Based Visas Case Filing and Progress Reports- topic is AOS filing/case status, not K-1 ~


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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All family based AOS applications are sent to the NBC(National Benefits Center) in Missouri. It used to be known as the Missouri Service Center, so that is why your case numbers will begin with MSC. You should receive your biometrics appointment letter fairly soon. It will have the case number for the I-485 and I-765 listed on it to cover the biometrics for the EAD and green card at the same time. The letter will tell you which USCIS office to appear at, which will be the local USCIS office for your location.

~ Moved from K-1 Progress Reports to AOS from Family Based Visas Case Filing and Progress Reports- topic is AOS filing/case status, not K-1 ~

Thank you so much for feedback.

I guess the reason for my worry is because I am seeing on here that people receive their biometric appointment in 2-3 weeks on here.. and it has been 6 weeks and 3 days and absolutely nothing...


B1/B2 Visa since 2012 > traveled 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 > Marriage > AOS

AOS Sent July 20th > PD > July 26th 2016

EAD approved in (87 days)

Received EAD Combo Card (101 days)

Interview May 30th 2017 (308 days) 

Case Approved May 30th 2017 (308 days)

Greencard received June 7th 2017 (316 days)

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