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Wait time for first NOA filed May 2018

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Hi all,

 

USPS shows our petition delivered to the CSC on 5/3. We haven't heard anything from USCIS yet. I usually get at least a receipt that they've received within a couple weeks, but absolutely nothing. I called yesterday and the representative told me it's taking 60+ days right now to even send out a notice of receipt. Is this accurate? Any other May filers - have you already received any paperwork from USCIS?

 

Also, my husband's GC expires next month. What do we do if we haven't heard anything by then? Can he no longer work?

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6 minutes ago, K1Hopeful22 said:

Also, my husband's GC expires next month. What do we do if we haven't heard anything by then? Can he no longer work?

You and your wife sit tight, and wait. There is nothing [else] much that you can do. She is not going to get kicked out, at least you have USPS confirmation that petition was received, and have the expired GC.

 

And, by sitting tight and waiting, it also means she doesn't step outside US borders!


AOS, ROC, N-400, & PASSPORT, FOR HUSBAND OF USC

[02/23, 2012]  - DAY 001  (day 0001) (AOS) Mailed package to Chicago Lockbox via USPS overnight
[06/01, 2012]  - 
DAY 099  (day 0099) 2-year Conditional GC in hand
[05/05, 2014]  - DAY 001  (day 0802) (ROC) Mailed package to Vermont Service Center via USPS overnight

[05/14, 2014]  - DAY 009  (day 0811) Received NOA1 (GC Extended for 1 year)

[01/14, 2016]  - DAY 620  (day 1421) 10-year GC in hand

[02/22, 2017]  - DAY 001  (day 1826) (N-400) Mailed package to Lewisville, TX, via USPS overnight

[01/10, 2018]  - DAY 323  (day 2149) (N-400) Naturalization Oath Ceremony (5 years, 10 months, 19 days)

[01/10, 2018]  - DAY 001  (day 2149) (US Passport) Applied for US Passport, regular processing

01/25, 2018]  - DAY 015  (day 2164) (US Passport) Passport in hand (5 years, 11 months, 3 days from start of Journey.)

 

AOS, N-400, & PASSPORT FOR DAUGHTER

[06/14, 2013] - DAY 001 Mailed package to Chicago Lockbox via USPS overnight
[11/21, 2013] - Day 153 SSN and 10-year GC in hand

[08/10, 2018] - Naturalization (N-400) 90-day window for daughter opens

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15 minutes ago, BlessedAssurance said:

You and your wife sit tight, and wait. There is nothing [else] much that you can do. She is not going to get kicked out, at least you have USPS confirmation that petition was received, and have the expired GC.

 

And, by sitting tight and waiting, it also means she doesn't step outside US borders!

Thanks! We are planning on staying within US borders for sure - but what about work permissions? Is he eligible to continue working during the time between his GC expiring and the extension letter being received by us? 

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1 hour ago, K1Hopeful22 said:

Thanks! We are planning on staying within US borders for sure - but what about work permissions? Is he eligible to continue working during the time between his GC expiring and the extension letter being received by us? 

Oh, it is the he? Haha.

 

Alrighty! Yes he continues to work, he has a pending case, so there is no issue there. Besides, extension letter is probably halfway to you. No employer worth their weight in soil will dismiss someone while they are waiting a couple days for the extension letter to arrive.


AOS, ROC, N-400, & PASSPORT, FOR HUSBAND OF USC

[02/23, 2012]  - DAY 001  (day 0001) (AOS) Mailed package to Chicago Lockbox via USPS overnight
[06/01, 2012]  - 
DAY 099  (day 0099) 2-year Conditional GC in hand
[05/05, 2014]  - DAY 001  (day 0802) (ROC) Mailed package to Vermont Service Center via USPS overnight

[05/14, 2014]  - DAY 009  (day 0811) Received NOA1 (GC Extended for 1 year)

[01/14, 2016]  - DAY 620  (day 1421) 10-year GC in hand

[02/22, 2017]  - DAY 001  (day 1826) (N-400) Mailed package to Lewisville, TX, via USPS overnight

[01/10, 2018]  - DAY 323  (day 2149) (N-400) Naturalization Oath Ceremony (5 years, 10 months, 19 days)

[01/10, 2018]  - DAY 001  (day 2149) (US Passport) Applied for US Passport, regular processing

01/25, 2018]  - DAY 015  (day 2164) (US Passport) Passport in hand (5 years, 11 months, 3 days from start of Journey.)

 

AOS, N-400, & PASSPORT FOR DAUGHTER

[06/14, 2013] - DAY 001 Mailed package to Chicago Lockbox via USPS overnight
[11/21, 2013] - Day 153 SSN and 10-year GC in hand

[08/10, 2018] - Naturalization (N-400) 90-day window for daughter opens

____________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain. Psalm 127:1

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2 minutes ago, BlessedAssurance said:

Oh, it is the he? Haha.

 

Alrighty! Yes he continues to work, he has a pending case, so there is no issue there. Besides, extension letter is probably halfway to you. No employer worth their weight in soil will dismiss someone while they are waiting a couple days for the extension letter to arrive.

Woo hoo! Thank you! This makes us feel so much better as this was our biggest worry.

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http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/670453-i-751-may-2018-files/?page=27


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