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I started reading a book I borrowed from a coworker around 0445. I have about until 0525 until I need to clock in for work and my husband always clocks in @ 0455. I received a text @ 0452 and I thought it's my husband but when I took a quick glanced it's numbers. I checked and first word I saw is USCIS. Didn't even bother to open the text itself since I know the drill and pretty much memorize the wordage - went straight to 'New' site of USCIS, logged in and as my heart was beating faster I saw the amazing line of 'Your Case was approved' :)

October 2 - His arrival to USA

October 15 - Sent Application for I-485
November 13 - Biometrics
February 2 - Green Card Interview Date Received in the mail
March 6 - Adjustment of Status Interview

Our appointment was @ 1020. Started waiting @ 0955. Called @ 1041. Done by 1105.
Interviewing Officer was so nice. Not a hint of doubt at all. Only problem is that they haven't received my husband's medical file. I have no idea where it should came from but it should've been with his papers from where he entered USA. She assured us there's nothing for us to do except to wait and she even mentioned I hope it won't take long and if I remember correctly even apologized for it. Our IO was the sweetest.
She took a copy of my naturalization that I prepared then made a copy of our Marriage Certificate. After that she said, that's it you're pretty much done. Followed by let me ask you a few questions - How did you meet? My husband shared a summary of our story and explained our struggles of long distance relationship at a young age. After a few sentences of her writing, that was it. Said our thanks and was out thinking we're grateful it was smooth but the waiting game begins for that paper. I sure hoped it wasn't lost because if it did, it's us who will pay for another medical and it isn't cheap.
I even remember when we were signing our marriage license 9 days before our wedding and the lady who was helping us said - Who will file for your adjustment? I said, Me. She replied - Brave girl. I got a little bit scared but nevertheless conquered that fear and carefully prepared everything. Hard work paid off <3

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2 minutes ago, Najee & Maan said:

I started reading a book I borrowed from a coworker around 0445. I have about until 0525 until I need to clock in for work and my husband always clocks in @ 0455. I received a text @ 0452 and I thought it's my husband but when I took a quick glanced it's numbers. I checked and first word I saw is USCIS. Didn't even bother to open the text itself since I know the drill and pretty much memorize the wordage - went straight to 'New' site of USCIS, logged in and as my heart was beating faster I saw the amazing line of 'Your Case was approved' :)

October 2 - His arrival to USA

October 15 - Sent Application for I-485
November 13 - Biometrics
February 2 - Green Card Interview Date Received in the mail
March 6 - Adjustment of Status Interview

Our appointment was @ 1020. Started waiting @ 0955. Called @ 1041. Done by 1105.
Interviewing Officer was so nice. Not a hint of doubt at all. Only problem is that they haven't received my husband's medical file. I have no idea where it should came from but it should've been with his papers from where he entered USA. She assured us there's nothing for us to do except to wait and she even mentioned I hope it won't take long and if I remember correctly even apologized for it. Our IO was the sweetest.
She took a copy of my naturalization that I prepared then made a copy of our Marriage Certificate. After that she said, that's it you're pretty much done. Followed by let me ask you a few questions - How did you meet? My husband shared a summary of our story and explained our struggles of long distance relationship at a young age. After a few sentences of her writing, that was it. Said our thanks and was out thinking we're grateful it was smooth but the waiting game begins for that paper. I sure hoped it wasn't lost because if it did, it's us who will pay for another medical and it isn't cheap.
I even remember when we were signing our marriage license 9 days before our wedding and the lady who was helping us said - Who will file for your adjustment? I said, Me. She replied - Brave girl. I got a little bit scared but nevertheless conquered that fear and carefully prepared everything. Hard work paid off ❤️

Congratulations!!  Enjoy the next 2 years.......


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  • Texas Service Center after transfer from Nebraska
  • Consulate :Taipei, Taiwan
  • Marriage: 7/30/2015
  • I-130 NOA1 : 4/27/2016
  • I-130 Approved :9/8/2016
  • Case received at NVC: 10/11/2016                               
  • Case # and IIN#: 10/24/2016
  • AOS Fee Invoiced:10/24/2016  
  • AOS Fee Paid:10/25/2016
  • IV Fee Invoiced:10/24/2016  
  • IV Fee Paid:10/25/2016
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  • Scan Date:11/9/2016
  • Supervisor review: 12/21/16 
  • Checklist: 1/13/17 
  • Case Complete: 4/10/17
  • Interview Date: 5/8/17 
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  • Visa and Passport in hand/Flight to USA Booked!!!: 5/12/17  
  • POE Dallas DFW on June 22, 2017
  • SS Card received : 7/3/2017
  • 2-year Green Card received in mail: 7/15/17
  • I751 mailed to Dallas PO Box: 3/28/2019
  • I-797 extension letter  for ROC dated 4/2/2019  MSCxxxxxxxxxx received: 4/6/2019
  • Biometrics apt received for 4/25/2019: on 4/12/2019
 

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1 hour ago, Najee & Maan said:

I started reading a book I borrowed from a coworker around 0445. I have about until 0525 until I need to clock in for work and my husband always clocks in @ 0455. I received a text @ 0452 and I thought it's my husband but when I took a quick glanced it's numbers. I checked and first word I saw is USCIS. Didn't even bother to open the text itself since I know the drill and pretty much memorize the wordage - went straight to 'New' site of USCIS, logged in and as my heart was beating faster I saw the amazing line of 'Your Case was approved' :)

October 2 - His arrival to USA

October 15 - Sent Application for I-485
November 13 - Biometrics
February 2 - Green Card Interview Date Received in the mail
March 6 - Adjustment of Status Interview

Our appointment was @ 1020. Started waiting @ 0955. Called @ 1041. Done by 1105.
Interviewing Officer was so nice. Not a hint of doubt at all. Only problem is that they haven't received my husband's medical file. I have no idea where it should came from but it should've been with his papers from where he entered USA. She assured us there's nothing for us to do except to wait and she even mentioned I hope it won't take long and if I remember correctly even apologized for it. Our IO was the sweetest.
She took a copy of my naturalization that I prepared then made a copy of our Marriage Certificate. After that she said, that's it you're pretty much done. Followed by let me ask you a few questions - How did you meet? My husband shared a summary of our story and explained our struggles of long distance relationship at a young age. After a few sentences of her writing, that was it. Said our thanks and was out thinking we're grateful it was smooth but the waiting game begins for that paper. I sure hoped it wasn't lost because if it did, it's us who will pay for another medical and it isn't cheap.
I even remember when we were signing our marriage license 9 days before our wedding and the lady who was helping us said - Who will file for your adjustment? I said, Me. She replied - Brave girl. I got a little bit scared but nevertheless conquered that fear and carefully prepared everything. Hard work paid off ❤️

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