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USCIS still hasn't cashed the check.... should we be worried?

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My husband's GC expired at the end of May and we submitted his removal of conditions paperwork the first week of May. I know it was delivered, but I haven't received any communication from USCIS and they still haven't cashed the check. Should I be worried?


------------------------ K1 Visa ------------------------------------
February 29th, 2016 - I-129F sent to Dallas Lockbox
March 1st, 2016 - I-129F received by CSC
March 3rd, 2016 - NOA1
June 9th, 2016 - NOA2
June 30th, 2016 - NVC received and case number assigned
July 5th, 2016 - Case forwarded to Frankfurt consulate in Germany
July 13th, 2016 - Case received at Frankfurt consulate in Germany
(Beneficiary also received I-134 packet). Packet 3 checklist available through state department website.
July 20th, 2016 - Packet 3 received from Frankfurt consulate
July 27th, 2016 - Packet 3 sent to Frankfurt consulate with regular mail
August 3rd, 2016 - Email notification to schedule interview
August 8th, 2016 - Medical interview in Munich
August 22nd, 2016 - Interview.... APPROVED!
September 10th, 2016 - POE at LAX
December 6th, 2016 - MARRIED!
 
------------------------ AOS ---------------------------------------
February 1st, 2017 - Filed AOS, EAD and AP
February 6th, 2017 - NOA1 (we received paper notice in early March)
March 7th, 2017 - RFE for AOS, Rejection notice for AP
March 20th, 2017 - Biometrics appointment
March 27th, 2017 - Mailed back RFE response, re-filed AP
April 24th, 2017 - Received second rejection notice for AP
April 28th, 2017 - AOS Interview Scheduled
May 31st, 2017 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!
 
 
 

 

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Nope!

CSC is backed up. So far only four May filers have had their checks cashed. CSC is still working on late April right now.

You can follow other May filers here: 

 


*More detailed timeline in profile!*
 
Relationship:     Friends since 2010, Together since 2013

The K-1 Process:    Done in 208 days                                               
 

Spoiler

04/27/15- NOA1 Recieved                                                    
06/02/15 - NOA2 Recieved
09/22/15 - Interview       (221g for more documents (a SECOND cosponsor), see profile for more details!)                                            
11/09/15 -  ISSUED!!                                                              
11/10/15 - Passport received                                                
02/20/16 - Wedding!              


                                                
 AOS   Done in 77 days                                                                            
 

Spoiler

04/08/16 - I-485, I-765, I-131 AOS Application recieved by USCIS
04/12/16 - 3 NOA1's received in mail
05/14/16 - Biometrics for AOS and EAD
06/27/16 - I-485 Case to changed to "New Card being produced"  (Day 77)
06/27/16 - I-485 Case changed to Approved! (Day 77)
06/30/16 - I-485 Case changed to "My Card has been mailed to me!"
07/05/16 - Green Card received in mail! 

 



ROC 

05/09/18 - Mailed out ROC to CSC

05/10/18 - CSC Signed and received ROC package
06/07/28 - NOA1 

06/11/18 - Check cashed

06/15/18 - NOA received in the mail
08/27/18 - 18 month extension received (Courtesy Copy)

09/18/18 - Request for official 18 month extension
10/22/18 - Official 18 month extension received 

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12 minutes ago, muffin17 said:

My husband's GC expired at the end of May and we submitted his removal of conditions paperwork the first week of May. I know it was delivered, but I haven't received any communication from USCIS and they still haven't cashed the check. Should I be worried?

No. Don't be worried. Things are slow in jsut about every category with immigration. Some people are even reporting not having their checks cashed at over 30 days after sending their packages.

 

It sucks but all you can do is continue to wait.


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