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Rescheduling AOS Interview Appt

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We have tickets to go to my husband's country for the holiday/winter break from his college program. He is adjusting from the K1 and we got our interview notice yesterday for our AOS appointment. It is the day of our flight back from Argentina -_-. Just our luck!

We immediately called the USCIS number and spoke to someone. We said we would could not attend that date and asked for a reschedule. The woman on the phone took our information, said she was making a service request, gave us a confirmation code and said we would receive a letter in 15-20 days. My mom said she will check our mailbox to look for this letter and read it to us when we are gone, so we will get the information right away. 

 

But...this seems too easy. I've read people say they have to show proof of not being able to attend and mail in things and speak to Tier 2 officers. I asked her if I needed to speak to a Tier 2 and she said that wouldn't be necessary. Everything is done and we have the confirmation code. I mentioned I am afraid of this somehow effecting advance parole when we re-enter. She said because we are doing it so far in advance, we will likely already have a new date by the time we re-enter, which is January 24th. 

 

I guess I am just worried because we leave for Argentina this Saturday and it will be a lot harder to contact them overseas. I wanted to get an infopass appointment at the local office, but there is a banner on the website that my local office no longer accepts walk in or infopasses *sigh*

 

Thoughts? Is there something else I should be doing? Or should I trust that the agent knew what she was talking about?

 

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9 minutes ago, Sarah&Facundo said:

We have tickets to go to my husband's country for the holiday/winter break from his college program. He is adjusting from the K1 and we got our interview notice yesterday for our AOS appointment. It is the day of our flight back from Argentina -_-. Just our luck!

We immediately called the USCIS number and spoke to someone. We said we would could not attend that date and asked for a reschedule. The woman on the phone took our information, said she was making a service request, gave us a confirmation code and said we would receive a letter in 15-20 days. My mom said she will check our mailbox to look for this letter and read it to us when we are gone, so we will get the information right away. 

 

But...this seems too easy. I've read people say they have to show proof of not being able to attend and mail in things and speak to Tier 2 officers. I asked her if I needed to speak to a Tier 2 and she said that wouldn't be necessary. Everything is done and we have the confirmation code. I mentioned I am afraid of this somehow effecting advance parole when we re-enter. She said because we are doing it so far in advance, we will likely already have a new date by the time we re-enter, which is January 24th. 

 

I guess I am just worried because we leave for Argentina this Saturday and it will be a lot harder to contact them overseas. I wanted to get an infopass appointment at the local office, but there is a banner on the website that my local office no longer accepts walk in or infopasses *sigh*

 

Thoughts? Is there something else I should be doing? Or should I trust that the agent knew what she was talking about?

 

Yes you have to trust that agent, why not trust her , she even gave you a reference code to conduct your appointment.

Just be calm and go through what she told you at the USCIS.

Don't forget your voice also been recorded at the time you been communicating with each other.

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