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Hey guys

is anyone is the same boat here

my parents arrived in the US June 6

greencard fee was paid June 13

card hasn’t been sent to production yet

called USCIS put an inquiry 

they asked for additional 90 days to look into the matter!

 

its been 150+ days 

anyone in the same situation?


--------------AOS------------------------------------------

03.08.2013 (Day 0) - Sent off I-130,I-485, I-765

03.09.2013 (Day 1) - Package received by USCIS Chicago

03.16.2013 (Day 7) - Received NOA texts and emails

03.20.2013 (Day 11) - 3 NOA's hardcopies in the Mail!

03.25.2013 (Day 16) - Received Biometrics appointment letter for 04/12/2013 in Santa Rosa , CA

04.08.2013 (Day 30) - Biometrics done in Santa Rosa , CA

05.07.2013 (Day 59) - Status update: Now ready for interview scheduling!

05.12.2013 (Day 64) - Status update: interview scheduled June 12!

05.13.2013 (Day 65) - Received Interview Hardcopy.

05/17/2013 (Day 69) - EAD went in production

05/25/2013 (Day 77) - EAD received

05.12.2013 (Day 93) - interview scheduled!

05.13.2013 (Day 94) - interview approved after separate interview

05.18.2013 (Day 98) - green card arrived

------- ROC ---------

03.24.2015 sent my package I-751

03.26.2015 NOA dated / 03.30 arrived

06.24.2015 biometrics done in Santa Rosa CA

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2 hours ago, purem4g1c said:

Green card usually takes 6-8 months as far as I know. This is not unusual.

OP is referring to GC after entering with IR-5 immigrant visa: https://www.uscis.gov/forms/uscis-immigrant-fee#Track Card Status

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~~moved to general immigration discussion from Bringing family members of USC to USA.  Topic is not visa specific. ~~

they should contact the ombusdman. 


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