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Leeandrei Cruz

i-485 AOS Norfolk VA Field Office issue

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Good day to you all!

 

I was just wondering how long they judge the process for an individual who is, to put it simply, perfect in filing and following procedures regarding Family-based AOS that started from K-1?
Matter of fact, I am referring to the events that can possibly happen after the AOS interview. As of this writing I have yet to update our timeline, but once I get my wife's documents I can edit everything and everyone will see that, what we are experiencing does not match any time averages in this field office.

 

Point is we have not gotten any mail, or I-551 stamp in her passport after the interview, and neither approval/denial of her application from this field office..

 

Furthermore, her EAD/AP is in the window for renewal and we don't even know the exact detail of her Immigration Status, if pending or expired or whatever and because we don't know, it is hard to file for renewal for any category or if we even be allowed to be in c.9 category .
https://www.uscis.gov/working-united-states/automatic-employment-authorization-document-ead-extension

 

 

The only thing that changed to her I-485 Case in any way, shape or form is this and I quote from the Online Case Status Lookup
"On June 20, 2018, we updated your name for your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, Receipt Number MSCxxxxxxxxx"


I hope someone can guide us. 

Edited by Leeandrei Cruz
added hyperlink for "timeline"

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Have you tried contacting the ombudsman, congressional representative and/or making an Infopass appointment?

 

I think you should be fine to file EAD renewal under c9. Including photocopies of your receipt notices will let them know you're c9. If your GC approval comes through, they'll cancel the EAD renewal and it'll just be dead after that.

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I see.

 

Well, we have thought about getting an infopass schedule. This will be a 2nd infopass schedule to them just to get them going regards the K1-AOS

Any other inputs is much appreciated, specially if you are near the same field office! Thank you very much in advance.

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