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Hi, I finally received the interview notice, its on Nov 13th. 6:45 am in Downtown Los Angeles. I have some questions, hopefully someone who had interview over there could help me

 

First, I filed LA filed office, not LA county field office. I guess there is the difference over here ( different officers?)

 

My room is 8509, is any office assigned to that room or just random room with computer? does anyone who interview in that room, could you tell me how is the process like?

 

Most likely they will conduct my i751 first because mine is still pending now ( has been almost 21 months)

 

Thanks for any help

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On ‎10‎/‎2‎/‎2018 at 6:09 PM, asdfzc said:

Hi, I finally received the interview notice, its on Nov 13th. 6:45 am in Downtown Los Angeles. I have some questions, hopefully someone who had interview over there could help me

 

First, I filed LA filed office, not LA county field office. I guess there is the difference over here ( different officers?)

 

My room is 8509, is any office assigned to that room or just random room with computer? does anyone who interview in that room, could you tell me how is the process like?

 

Most likely they will conduct my i751 first because mine is still pending now ( has been almost 21 months)

 

Thanks for any help

Hey @asdfzc

 

Regarding your I-751, I think you can submit Inquire about a case outside normal processing time 

 

Take a look

https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/

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3 hours ago, Husbandandwife said:

Hey @asdfzc

 

Regarding your I-751, I think you can submit Inquire about a case outside normal processing time 

 

Take a look

https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/

Thank you. At the beginning of May, I received a notice that my case was transferred to NBC due to I applied N400

I applied I751 on Jan 2017, the CSC processing time is up to 21.5 months. 

 

Lets wait for my interview first, if they not conduct i751 interview, I may do the inquire. 

 

so i guess is N400 will slow down the I751 but speed up the whole N400 process. 

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