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My !-751 (remove condition) was sent to California Service Center on Feb.  2017.  It suppose to be completed around Aug.2019.  Just now I received a transferred notice that my application was "as part of standard processing"   transferred to Nebraska service center.  Any one knew why it will be like that bad.. 

Because I checked the processing time for Nebraska service center, my application will be completed on end of 2019.  It will delay about  3 to 4 month.

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43 minutes ago, smatman999 said:

My !-751 (remove condition) was sent to California Service Center on Feb.  2018.  It suppose to be completed around Aug.2019.  Just now I received a transferred notice that my application was "as part of standard processing"   transferred to Nebraska service center.  Any one knew why it will be like that bad.. 

Because I checked the processing time for Nebraska service center, my application will be completed on end of 2019.  It will delay about  3 to 4 month.

 

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It's well known that USCIS can and does reallocate work loads to the various service centers at any time, depending on their metrics. Nothing new, just another play out of the USCIS playbook. 

 

If you want to see real positive change, get the POTUS to get behind a complete revamping of our broken and archaic immigration system and the associated ancient laws.

 

I know it is frustrating, we were quite frustrated with the whole USCIS mess by the time we got to the ROC step. You can try to enlist the aid of the CISOMB to look into your case and push your rock (file) a little bit up the hill. We tried that and managed to get an RFE. At least it was something to get them off of their duff.

 

Here is a letter from CISOMB to USCIS, dated Nov 2013, speaking about the absurd adjudication times for processing of I-751 petitions. I included it when we sent in our RFE response in 2014. It doesn't seem like much has changed in the ensuing five years. USCIS is still stringing out families while the rickety old immigration system kinda sputters along. 

 

https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/nativedocuments/Response_to_CISOMB_I-751_Recommendation_Signed_7-10-13.pdf 

 

Hang in there, it will be worth effort when it is done. 


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45 minutes ago, Pitaya said:

If you want to see real positive change, get the POTUS to get behind a complete revamping of our broken and archaic immigration system and the associated ancient laws.

Getting a little off topic here, but yes, how I wish the national immigration conversation was about actual laws and policy that currently exist and not about merely theoretical walls and whatnot...

 

:ot2:

 

Hang in there, OP. Unfortunately ROC is considered "low priority" compared to other things USCIS processes, this is because the applicant already has GC status technically. So that's just how it is. If you're planning to go the citizenship route, the N-400 can be filed while ROC is still processing as long as all other conditions are met.


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📑 I-751 Removal of Conditions (2019-???) 📝

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28-Jun-2019: Conditional GC expires

30-Mar-2019: Eligible to apply for ROC

??-???-2019: TBA...

 

 

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mine was transfer to Nebraska on the 4th.


ROC

 

03/05/2019 Notice to Transfer to Nebraska Service Center

04/05/2018 NOA from CSC (Biometrics waved) 

 

AOS

 

09/15/2016 EAD/AP Approved, Card in production, 09/23/2016 EAD/AP Received!

07/26/2015 Biometrics Notice Mailed (Appt 08/12/2015)

07/17/2015 NOA I-130/AOS/EAD/AP

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