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Hey guys

im the US citizen

My parents enter the US

on cr5 visa 

paid the green card fee when the entered the US

on June 14 2018

is been more than 7 months and 3 services request

 

and still no GC or any concrete answer on why is taking so long

 

anyone going to the same thing?

is it normal

 


--------------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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24 minutes ago, brazillian said:

Hey guys

im the US citizen

My parents enter the US

on cr5 visa 

paid the green card fee when the entered the US

on June 14 2018

is been more than 7 months and 3 services request

 

and still no GC or any concrete answer on why is taking so long

 

anyone going to the same thing?

is it normal

 

To actually recieve the Green Card it can take up to a year (12 months). It has been taking this long to get a green card for a while now. So, yes, it is normal. 

 

The service request are not going to get you anywhere because you are within the average time frame. Once it gets passed 12 months then you should start escalating.

 

In the meantime, your parents are permanent residents and can use the I551 stamp in their passports as proof.


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I’m going to disagree with nuestraunion (unusually!) - when you enter with an immigrant visa (not AOS) it should be 1-3 months. I’d suggest asking your congressperson for assistance if the service requests are getting you nowhere.

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1 hour ago, SusieQQQ said:

I’m going to disagree with nuestraunion (unusually!) - when you enter with an immigrant visa (not AOS) it should be 1-3 months. I’d suggest asking your congressperson for assistance if the service requests are getting you nowhere.

 

I keep getting this 

 

Type of service requested:
-- Non-Delivery of Permanent Resident Card


The status of this service request is:

Further research is needed in regards to your inquiry.  You should receive correspondence within the next 90 days regarding this case. If you do not receive this correspondence, please contact customer service.

 

 

when I call both representative or immigration officer says that is processing 

and we have o wait 

 

I’ll try the congressman 

to see if that helps

im wondering if any one else is in the same situation 

 

thank you guys for he response


--------------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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