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My N-400 was recently mailed and received by Lewisville TX address via FedEx on April 29th (monday). How long should I wait to see a check being cashed/to receive the NOA? Also, how long does it take to schedule biometrics if the application was done via mail rather than online? I'm applying from New York city.

 

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On 5/7/2019 at 11:54 AM, h2o15 said:

My N-400 was recently mailed and received by Lewisville TX address via FedEx on April 29th (monday). How long should I wait to see a check being cashed/to receive the NOA? Also, how long does it take to schedule biometrics if the application was done via mail rather than online? I'm applying from New York city.

 

Here is my timeline - you should be around same. 

 

Application sent via mail - April 15th  (Field office Dallas, TX)

NOA Receipt date - April 17th

Biometrics receipt - April 22th (appointment scheduled for May 14th)

Biometrics completed - May 7th (Early Walk-in)


N-400 Application Timeline :

Application sent via mail - April 15th  (Field office Dallas, TX)

NOA Receipt date - April 17th

Biometrics receipt - April 22th (appointment scheduled for May 14th)

Biometrics completed - May 7th (Early Walk-in)

 

Estimation - September 2020 (Field office Dallas, TX)

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35 minutes ago, sharin said:

Here is my timeline - you should be around same. 

 

Application sent via mail - April 15th  (Field office Dallas, TX)

NOA Receipt date - April 17th

Biometrics receipt - April 22th (appointment scheduled for May 14th)

Biometrics completed - May 7th (Early Walk-in)

Thanks for letting me know. When did you physically receive the NOA? Do you remember? I think it's going to be a longer wait for me since it's been more than 10 days since my application got delivered to Lewisville lock box. 

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10 minutes ago, h2o15 said:

Thanks for letting me know. When did you physically receive the NOA? Do you remember? I think it's going to be a longer wait for me since it's been more than 10 days since my application got delivered to Lewisville lock box. 

I believe either on April 24 or 25th. 


N-400 Application Timeline :

Application sent via mail - April 15th  (Field office Dallas, TX)

NOA Receipt date - April 17th

Biometrics receipt - April 22th (appointment scheduled for May 14th)

Biometrics completed - May 7th (Early Walk-in)

 

Estimation - September 2020 (Field office Dallas, TX)

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Just as an update, nothing has been processed yet (no check, no text message, no email). It's been 24 days since they received my application. I've contacted Lewisville lockbox through their email address and haven't heard anything back, and when I call USCIS, they told me that nothing has been processed yet. Please let me know if anyone else is in a similar boat! 

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2 hours ago, h2o15 said:

Just as an update, nothing has been processed yet (no check, no text message, no email). It's been 24 days since they received my application. I've contacted Lewisville lockbox through their email address and haven't heard anything back, and when I call USCIS, they told me that nothing has been processed yet. Please let me know if anyone else is in a similar boat! 

Was there a specific requirement for u to file on paper. Why didn't you file online. You could have avoided all this delay!

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Just now, love_my_wife said:

Was there a specific requirement for u to file on paper. Why didn't you file online. You could have avoided all this delay!

Yes I know. I filed on paper because I'm using a lawyer because my work paid for my lawyer and my citizenship filing fee. So I would have liked to avoid the delay, but now it's too late. 

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17 hours ago, h2o15 said:

Yes I know. I filed on paper because I'm using a lawyer because my work paid for my lawyer and my citizenship filing fee. So I would have liked to avoid the delay, but now it's too late. 

Ok, do you have proof that your application packet was received by them?

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30 minutes ago, h2o15 said:

Yes, my lawyer mailed it via FedEx so I have the FedEx tracking that says it was received and signed on April 29th by L. Sauls. 

Ok, so since you have hired your lawyer,  you should be asking him/her to take care of it then.... What's then the purpose of having a lawyer!

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Just now, love_my_wife said:

Ok, so since you have hired your lawyer,  you should be asking him/her to take care of it then.... What's then the purpose of having a lawyer!

Yeah I know. But trying to gather more information from other people in this forum since it's one of the more reliable ways to figure things out for a timeline rather than relying on my lawyer solely. 

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32 minutes ago, h2o15 said:

Yeah I know. But trying to gather more information from other people in this forum since it's one of the more reliable ways to figure things out for a timeline rather than relying on my lawyer solely. 

Ok, to answer your original question, even if you do paper filing, it only takes few days (less than a week) to get the check cashed and receive NOA1.

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