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Filed in August and already got my interview scheduled for Oct 31st. I'm not under any special circumstance (military and etc)  to be that fast.
As much as I want to be happy about it, under 3 months from filling to interview is freaking me out. Any thoughts? Anyone seen this before?

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Congrats, you live somewhere with very few immigrants. :) Shorter line, shorter wait! 


05-04-2018: Married :jest:

 

AOS/EAD:

05-07-2018: Packet mailed via USPS

05-10-2018: Official NOA1 date

05-17-2018: NOA1 email/text

05-22-2018: NOA1 letter received

06-01-2018: RFE issued

06-13-2018: RFE received in the mail

06-25-2018: Response to RFE sent

06-27-2018: Response to RFE arrived at USCIS

07-07-2018: Change in online status: RFE response received 

07-10-2018: Biometrics (went before appointment & to a different office)

07-12-2018: AOS case status updated to "Case is Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview”

09-29-2018: EAD case status updated to "New card is being produced"

09-30-2018: EAD case status updated to "Case was approved"

10-01-2018: EAD case status updated to "Card was mailed to me"

10-05-2018: EAD card received in the mail

10-12-2018: SSN card received in the mail

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9 hours ago, whatever18 said:

Filed in August and already got my interview scheduled for Oct 31st. I'm not under any special circumstance (military and etc)  to be that fast.
As much as I want to be happy about it, under 3 months from filling to interview is freaking me out. Any thoughts? Anyone seen this before?

Just FYI

 

AOS NOA 1: 08/16/2018.

Interview: 10/12/2018

Approval Notice: 10/15/2018

Currently awaiting green card delivery.

 

I am in Boston. Very grateful for having this process done so soon (tho my K-1 petition was nightmare long).

Yet I do know how you feel when you say it freaks you out. I am still freaking out because now it means go get a job while I am not ready for that yet....

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On 10/18/2018 at 11:24 AM, Tiny Cloud said:

Just FYI

 

AOS NOA 1: 08/16/2018.

Interview: 10/12/2018

Approval Notice: 10/15/2018

Currently awaiting green card delivery.

 

I am in Boston. Very grateful for having this process done so soon (tho my K-1 petition was nightmare long).

Yet I do know how you feel when you say it freaks you out. I am still freaking out because now it means go get a job while I am not ready for that yet....

Thats very encouraging, especially since im in Boston! 

How long between sending in your i485 and NOA 1? 

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2 hours ago, Umka36 said:

We will never know in the end.

Lol we wont but it sounds "Bean-ish". 

Blessed is the poster who had to wait for their K1 soooo long to have a quick turn around for their GC. I'm done being jealous.😊

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