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N400 Online Status Confusing! Please help.

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I have a few questions that are really very confusing for my wives N400 online Status. When we log onto USCIS case status online, other cases we have, show last updated not N400!, Why?

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Receipt no.      Last updated   Form

WAC-----             12/21/2018   I-751

YSC-------            12/06/2018  I-130

IOE---------                                  N-400

Shouldn't there be a date like every other cases? What do you guys see in yours?

 

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When we click on the case(N400) we are able to see a note saying "as of July, 2018, we are actively reviewing your form....., Our records show nothing is outstanding at this time. We will let you know if we need anything from you".

Is this just all needed in this case then and no need to worry about the last updated being blank?

Worth to note that when we call the automated system, it says "we can't find this case at this time"...we are confused!

Part two of this confusion is that we applied I-751, the ROC in May 2017 to WAC and it looks like we are out of processing time which has a Max of 19.5 months. Then they transferred it to Benefit Center, Lee Sumit on December 21, 2018! What does all this indicate? Thank you everyone on this journey.

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The I-751 is not approved yet right? So possibly they will call both of you in for I751/N400 combo interview. So watch for the mail notice. I wouldn’t worry too much about the online status. That thing is full of glitches.

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3 minutes ago, USS_Voyager said:

The I-751 is not approved yet right? So possibly they will call both of you in for I751/N400 combo interview. So watch for the mail notice. I wouldn’t worry too much about the online status. That thing is full of glitches.

Right, I-751 is not yet approved. I just hope some mail comes sooner. We will call them tomorrow and  push them a bit on the I-751 and see what they say. Thanks a lot.

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