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If you file for n400 with pending i751 then It’s becomes more likely that you would be called for both interviews i751 and n400 is that correct?i mean sometime i751 gets approved without USCIS calling you for the interview 

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16 hours ago, Z@f said:

If you file for n400 with pending i751 then It’s becomes more likely that you would be called for both interviews i751 and n400 is that correct?i mean sometime i751 gets approved without USCIS calling you for the interview 

It MAY happen that your applications get combined, because in order for your n400 to be approved, you need I-751 approved. The officer that has your ROC case may approve it before or send it to be combined since some officers can make a decision on n400 and i751 together. if your cases do get combined, you will be called for a combo interview where you bring your spouse -- i751 gets conducted first usually with your spouse (similar to AOS) and then your n400. Ive read where cases got combined but they didn't notify that your i751 interview will be happening and that you need to bring your spouse. You should come together for an interview regardless. 

 

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AOS i-130, i-485 & i-765 in New York (Queens field office)

12/29/2014 - Priority Date; receipt number starting with MSC

1/2/2015 - Fingerprint fee accepted

1/26/2015 - Case suspended - RFE sent out

2/3/2015 - Fingerprint done at Jamaica Center, Queens

2/11/2015 - RFE received - Case resumed

3/2/2015 - EAD ordered

3/13/2015- EAD card mailed out -- received it 3 days later

7/8/2015 - AOS interview ready to be scheduled for an interview

9/27/2015 - AOS Interview scheduled for Nov 3

11/3/2015 - AOS interview

12/11/2015 - APPROVED!!!

ROC (Vermont Service Center)

10/3/2017 - Sent out ROC package to VCS

10/6/2017 - Date on NOA (Received NOA on 10/16/2017)

11/6/2017 - Biometrics done

8/15/2018 - Extension letter for 18 months received

Now waiting patiently... :whistle:B-)

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