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Hi everyone! This is my first post. I had N-400 interview on Aug 4, 2017. I passed the test of English and US history and government but the officer requested me about my husband first divorce decree 35 years ago. I mailed the divorce decree to the USCIS on Aug 5,2017.

I checked the status of application online it still not change still show" Request for initial Evidence was mailed " 28 days since last status change. I'm not sure the USCIS receive my mailed or not . In the notice shows please respond by September 6,2017.

Has that happened to anyone? How long my case will approve? Has anyone been in this situation?  Thank you. 

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Does the tracking say that the envelope was delivered? If so, they have most likely received it. The case status tracker isn't reliable, sometimes it never updates even if it should.


K-1: 12-22-2015 - 09-07-2016 (260 days)

AP: 12-20-2016 - 04-07-2017 (108 days)

EAD: 01-18-2017 - 05-30-2017 (132 days)

AOS: 12-20-2016 - 07-26-2017 (217 days)

 

ROC: 04-19-2019 earliest filing date

 

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As stated above as long as you have a receipt that your info was delivered you should be ok. But I am curious why the officer was asking about a 35 year old divorce which most likely was answered in previous paperwork, and really should have nothing to do with citizenship.

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Does the tracking say that the envelope was delivered? If so, they have most likely received it. The case status tracker isn't reliable, sometimes it never updates even if it should.


 

Yes, the mail was delivered but I curious why my case status nothing changed.

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10 minutes ago, Natty09 said:

Does the tracking say that the envelope was delivered? If so, they have most likely received it. The case status tracker isn't reliable, sometimes it never updates even if it should.


 

Yes, the mail was delivered but I curious why my case status nothing changed.

Deliveried status means they have received your evidence, it does not mean they viewed your evidence. 

I believe what to do now is to wait. 


N-400 Naturalization Journey SAN FRANCISCO FIELD OFFICE

Total processing time from last successful submission to Oath Ceremony: 253 days (8 months and 11 days)

Spoiler

02/26/2012: Arrived SF airport. 

11/28/2016: Eligible for early-filling.

Day 00 - 12/23/2016: Sent N-400 + I-942 to Phoenix, AZ lockbox via USPS.

Day 03 - 12/26/2016: N-400 application marked delivered.

Day 25 - 01/17/2017: Sent email to support regards to application.

Day 26 - 01/18/2017: N-400 rejected because incorrect payment amount.

Day 32 - 01/24/2017: N-400 + I-942 resent.

Day 34 - 01/26/2017: N-400 application marked delivered.

Day 49 - 02/10/2017: N-400 rejected again because incorrect payment amount.

Day 52 - 02/13/2017: Email form USCIS support responded package was rejected in error (!?) for the first and second time submissions, they requested 3rd resubmission + tracking number in order to apply my earliest priority date. 

Day 52 - 02/13/2017: N-400 + I-942 resent on the same day, also sent a response to Lockbox to provide information to USCIS.

Day 54 (Day 0) - 02/15/2017: N-400 application marked delivered.

Day 62 (Day 8) - 02/23/2017: E-notification, E-mail from USCIS, E-mail from Support announced Resubmission was accepted.

Day 66 (Day 12)- 02/27/2017: Notice of Acceptance as Fees Waiver Approval received. (All fees were waived instead of reduced by half as supposed by filing form I-942)

Day 69 (Day 15) - 03/02/2017: Online Status Update: Fingerprint Appointment was scheduled. 

Day 70  (Day 16) - 03/03/2017: Fingerprint Appointment Letter received. Biometric will be on 3/15/17. 

Day 70  (Day 16) - 03/03/2017: Early Walked-In for Biometric at 3:45 PM.

Day 87 (Day 33) - 03/20/2017: Online Status Update: Case was placed in line for interview. 

Day 234 (Day 180) - 08/14/2017: Online Status Update: Interview has been scheduled.

Day 239 (Day 185) - 08/19/2017: Interview Letter received.

Day 269 (Day 215) - 09/18/2017: Interview 2:30 PM at USCIS SF Field Office. Recommended For Approval. 

Day 280 (Day 226) - 09/29/2017: Oath Ceremony Letter received. N400 is approved.

Day 291 (Day 237) - 10/10/2017: Last Online Status Update: Oath Letter was mailed. Too late!

Day 307 (Day 253) - 10/26/2017: Oath Ceremony in Oakland, CA. Citizenship granted.

Day 307 (Day 253) - 10/26/2017: Passport applied.

Day 321 (Day 267) - 11/09/2017: Passport Booklet received. 

Day 321 (Day 267) - 11/09/2017: Naturalization Certificate received. Journey done.

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I'm in the same boat,my online status currently shows RFE was mailed despite the fact I went to FO & delivered the requested document by hand(Infopass appointment) and didn't get delivery notice. I'm regularly checking the mail in case they are asking for additional docts but nothing yet.

did you receive anything by mail based on your status change?

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I'm in the same boat,my online status currently shows RFE was mailed despite the fact I went to FO & delivered the requested document by hand(Infopass appointment) and didn't get delivery notice. I'm regularly checking the mail in case they are asking for additional docts but nothing yet.

did you receive anything by mail based on your status change?

 

Hi N400USA!

No,I didn't get anything. My case status still the same" RFE"& nothing change.

 I called customer service and asked him about my case he told me to  waiting for 60 days .

Now I have to wait and wait only.

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I would recommend getting a congressional inquiry.  Between your congressman and senators, find the most pro-immigrant person and contact their constituent services folks.  Speak to all of them, find the one caseworker who is the most experienced and compassionate.  Make sure they know they can get actual answers and not canned bs answers.  Then go with them.

 

Sometimes you have to take things into your own hands vs just passively wait.  Certainly won't hurt anything.

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