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Marriage based AOS seemed to have gone well, but no decision

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Entered in 2010 with F1. Dropped out in 2012. Didn't finish school. Married USC in 2016. 


My timeline:


PD: 4/24/2016

Biometric: 6/19/2016

EAD: 8/20/2016

Interview scheduled: 5/16/2016


So as you can see the interview (Detroit Office) was scheduled over a year after the PD. So I was quite happy when we got the interview. Unfortunately didnt get a spot apporval.


Here'swhat happened:


- We went and checked in at reception and was called in by the IO almost immediately. He was a very young gentleman.
- The interviewer was really warm and asked us very minimal questions. He asked Bree the basic questions like what her name, adress, dob, parents' names, in laws names are. 
- Then he asked me the same basic questions and then asked me those standard yes/no terorism, espionage questions. He then took my new medical report.
He went into some detail and took a lot of notes about what I did when I stopped attending school.
- Then he asked us how we met.
He didnt ask us anything else. After this he explained in a lot of detail how I should file for removal of conditions after 1 year and 9 months and had me and Bree sign a letter that pretty much said the same thing. 
-After this, he basically just gave us restaurant and things to do recommendations to go around town (Detroit) since we were travelling from outside.
- Lastly, he said he is convinced everything is legit, but another officer has to look at everything before approval.
Its been 2 days since then, but no change i the online case status.
Let me know you thoughts if you had a similar experience 



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**** Moving from AOS from Family Visa to AOS from Student Visa forum ****

Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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