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Can I go to biometrics without an original NOA?

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Hello, it would be helpful, if anyone would advise.

On Sep 2, I e-filed my I-90 and they seemed to issue and mailed two notices which were receipt notice and biometrics appointment.

From my accouunt page, I could review what was mentioned such as appointment date, time, place and requirements in the appointment scheduled notice.

However, I haven't received both of original letters (NOA) by mail, yet. Hopefully, they reached me in time (by next Friday as my appointment is Sep 19), but if not, can I still visit the USCIS office they scheduled at the arranged time with a copy of content notice printed out from my account? It lookes the same content as NOA without its letter head.

I would not like to re-schedule my appointment by not receiving an original NOA, since I know already my appointment time and place for biometrics.

Any advice appreciated!

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No dear, you have to wait for the appointment letter.. But once you receive the letter you can do a walk in. You have to walk with the appointment letter along with other evidence.... Good Luck to you.. I'm also waiting on my biometric letter


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Hello, it would be helpful, if anyone would advise.

On Sep 2, I e-filed my I-90 and they seemed to issue and mailed two notices which were receipt notice and biometrics appointment.

From my accouunt page, I could review what was mentioned such as appointment date, time, place and requirements in the appointment scheduled notice.

However, I haven't received both of original letters (NOA) by mail, yet. Hopefully, they reached me in time (by next Friday as my appointment is Sep 19), but if not, can I still visit the USCIS office they scheduled at the arranged time with a copy of content notice printed out from my account? It lookes the same content as NOA without its letter head.

I would not like to re-schedule my appointment by not receiving an original NOA, since I know already my appointment time and place for biometrics.

Any advice appreciated!

oh wait.. I apologize. I only read the subject. Now I read your body of text.

Hopefully someone can help you.


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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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Japan
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I would call the hospital nearest to you that qualifies to perform biometric exams. Ask them what they need from you to make an appoint and explain your story to them.

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