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Nikolet Kamenov

Interview was Cancelled

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Hi guys,

So i had my interview scheduled for th 19th of September in Johnston,RI but i recieved a notice on the 11th of september that my interview is cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. My letter came very unofficial (my name was handwritten and it was typed up on word), so i went in the Johnston office on the 12th to find out if its real. The IO told me that indeed my notice is real and that the Boston office which im supposed to be at is very busy so they transferred my case to RI, but not my file (keep in mind these offices are 1h30min drive from eachother). He also told me that they cant cancel my appointment on the main computer because theirs didnt work with the main one ...something stupid like that, so my status still says my interview was scheduled.

Now i wonder if anyone has ever been in this situation and what should i do? Should i make an infopass and bug them or should i just wait? Should i call? 


09/12/17          Married my love

01/28/18          AOS Sent

02/01/18          AOS Recieved

02/10/18          NOA1 Text E-mail Notification recieved

02/15/18          NOA1 Hard Copies recieved

02/24/18          Biometrics Letter Received (Scheduled for March 9th)

03/02/18          RFIE Letter Received (I-864 form)

03/09/18          Biometrics Appointment Done!

03/15/18          Sent RFIE Response with Joint Sponsor

03/22/18          RFIE Received by USCIS (Email notification)

07/21/18          New Card is Being Produced (Notification)

08/14/18          Interview was scheduled

08/17/18          Received Notice Interview for 09/19/18

09/11/18          Received Cancellation Notice :( 

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13 minutes ago, saguaroz said:

Call the USCIS number 1-800-375-5283 and talk to someone about this. IMHO you don't need to worry as they will transfer your file to RI and within some time you will get your interview notice in RI. Good Luck!

I have a friend that has been waiting for over 3 months ...


09/12/17          Married my love

01/28/18          AOS Sent

02/01/18          AOS Recieved

02/10/18          NOA1 Text E-mail Notification recieved

02/15/18          NOA1 Hard Copies recieved

02/24/18          Biometrics Letter Received (Scheduled for March 9th)

03/02/18          RFIE Letter Received (I-864 form)

03/09/18          Biometrics Appointment Done!

03/15/18          Sent RFIE Response with Joint Sponsor

03/22/18          RFIE Received by USCIS (Email notification)

07/21/18          New Card is Being Produced (Notification)

08/14/18          Interview was scheduled

08/17/18          Received Notice Interview for 09/19/18

09/11/18          Received Cancellation Notice :( 

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10 minutes ago, Nikolet Kamenov said:

I have a friend that has been waiting for over 3 months ...

Yeah it might take them a while. AOS is generally taking about 16-17 months for high volume offices. You might hear something in 2-3 months regarding the interview. In the meantime, call them and ask specifically to transfer your file to the RI office. When you do that, you will get a confirmation letter stating the same.

 

Here's what the Boston office is up to

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