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Hey guys, sorry if this is in the wrong Topic. I checked my case status on Monday that said my interview has been scheduled! I just wondered how long it takes to receive the interview notice by mail as I'm already stressing I think way too much on getting everything together, that and the actual interview itself. Bothers me a lot that we are still currently living with my husband's mother, even though we plan to move to another State once we get some money saved up. Just hoping that won't be a problem if we are asked at the interview about that.

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30 minutes ago, Cultclassic92 said:

Hey guys, sorry if this is in the wrong Topic. I checked my case status on Monday that said my interview has been scheduled! I just wondered how long it takes to receive the interview notice by mail as I'm already stressing I think way too much on getting everything together, that and the actual interview itself. Bothers me a lot that we are still currently living with my husband's mother, even though we plan to move to another State once we get some money saved up. Just hoping that won't be a problem if we are asked at the interview about that.

I think it usually takes about 1-1,5 weeks to get the actual interview notice in the mail. 

Do you guys have anything joined? Like a joined bank account, you stated as a beneficiary at your husbands health insurance and (if applicable) car insurance, are you on your husbands or FIL's phone plan? That are some good proofs for people who don't have their own bills. Also, I know someone who lived with her inlaws for a few years and on top of the above they had sworn affidavits from friends and family members that their marriage was real together with an explanation from the inlaw why they lived there instead of having their own place. I'm sure if you show things like this (if they even ask for it) you'll be fine as long as your marriage is real :) 

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We have a joint bank account and I was a dependent on my husband's taxes from last year. I will be a dependent on his health insurance which kicks in start of next month. We also have a gym membership and I am under his phone plan. Is there any sort of template friends/family would need to go by when writing an affidavit?

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8 hours ago, Cultclassic92 said:

We have a joint bank account and I was a dependent on my husband's taxes from last year. I will be a dependent on his health insurance which kicks in start of next month. We also have a gym membership and I am under his phone plan. Is there any sort of template friends/family would need to go by when writing an affidavit?

You have enough without affidavits. Those don't carry that much weight.  Take some snapshots of your wedding day or the obligatory pose in front of the Christmas tree 😂. Do you have driver licenses showing living at the same address? 

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I currently have a learners card and my husband has his driver's license. Since I made my post, my interview letter arrived in the mail today, yet I was told by USCIS yesterday when I called that it had not been scheduled.

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On 2/1/2019 at 3:00 PM, Cultclassic92 said:

I currently have a learners card and my husband has his driver's license. Since I made my post, my interview letter arrived in the mail today, yet I was told by USCIS yesterday when I called that it had not been scheduled.

What’s your timeline buddy ? I notice your field office is also in Atlanta 

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Seems the Atlanta Field Office processing times are 13 and a half months to 23 and a half for 1-485. It has been 11 months now from when I first sent off my AOS application.


March 2018 - Packet sent to USCIS
3/28/18 - Form 1-797C NOA to state petition has been received and is in process
3/30/18 - Received appointment notice for Biometrics
4/17/18 - Attended Biometrics Appointment
4/23/18 - Case status updated to case is ready to be scheduled for interview
7/30/18 - Notice received for Approval of application for EAD and AP. Case status updated to my card is being produced

8/3/18 - Received EAD/AP card
1/28/19 - Case status updated to my interview was scheduled
2/1/19 - Received Interview notice in mail to state 1-485 interview scheduled for 3/4/19.

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22 minutes ago, Cultclassic92 said:

Seems the Atlanta Field Office processing times are 13 and a half months to 23 and a half for 1-485. It has been 11 months now from when I first sent off my AOS application.


March 2018 - Packet sent to USCIS
3/28/18 - Form 1-797C NOA to state petition has been received and is in process
3/30/18 - Received appointment notice for Biometrics
4/17/18 - Attended Biometrics Appointment
4/23/18 - Case status updated to case is ready to be scheduled for interview
7/30/18 - Notice received for Approval of application for EAD and AP. Case status updated to my card is being produced

8/3/18 - Received EAD/AP card
1/28/19 - Case status updated to my interview was scheduled
2/1/19 - Received Interview notice in mail to state 1-485 interview scheduled for 3/4/19.

Thanks buddy 

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