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9 minutes ago, Vincent Chu said:

BTW, has anyone been having issues getting to the my.uscis.gov still?  I'm still seeing the error page.

It was working perfectly fine today in the morning. Haven't checked since then, but I think they are still dealing with issues from the scheduled maintenance. 


ROC Timeline:

Package sent - 02/06/18

NOA1 Received by USCIS - 02/09/18

NOA2 Biometrics Scheduled - 03/10/18

Biometrics Done - 03/30/18

Fingerprint Review completed - 04/02/18

Case Transferred from VSC to TSC - 02/13/19

RFE was received- 04/22/19

RFE response sent - 05/09/19

New Card is Being Produced - 06/03/19

10-year Green Card Received - 06/07/19 :dance:

 

N-400 Timeline:

Applied online - 07/01/19 

Receipt notice - 07/02/19

Biometrics notice online - 07/05/19

Biometrics - Scheduled for 07/23/19

Biometrics Done (Walk-in) - 07/09/19

 

 

July 2019 N-400 spread sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19rv0w-Ls_-225a0AqzhsTObXb2DcT07oACpdIHhn9dE/edit

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1 hour ago, Vincent Chu said:

Awesome thanks for the clarification, makes sense.  Will wait for the paper notice to confirm receipt date.

 

Thanks as well.  We did file online but yes will wait for the receipt notice since the payment notice is not quite the NOA.

 

BTW, has anyone been having issues getting to the my.uscis.gov still?  I'm still seeing the error page.

@Vincent Chu if you filed online the receipt should already be there under the document section. I filed after you and mine is already there.

 

 

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K1 Visa Journey


Event Date
Service Center: Vermont Service Center
Consulate: Montreal, Canada
I-129F Sent: 2012-12-27
I-129F NOA1: 2013-01-17
I-129F RFE(s): 2013-05-31
RFE Reply(s): 2013-06-04
I-129F NOA2: 2013-12-19

Consulate Received: 2014-04-17
Packet 3 Received: 2014-06-13
Packet 3 Sent: 2014-06-17
Packet 4 Received: 2014-08-27
Interview Date: 2014-10-24

Interview Result: Administrative Review
Second Interview
(If Required): No
Approved: 2014-07-17
Visa in hand: 2014-07-21



Adjustment of Status


Event Date
CIS Office: Chicago Lockbox/Tampa FL
Date Filed: 2015-12-07
NOA Date: 2015-12-16
NOA Hardcopy: 2015-12-21
RFE(s):
Bio. Appt.:
AOS Transfer**:
Interview Date:
Approval / Denial Date:
Approved:
Got I551 Stamp:
Green card Received:
Comments: Angry white men be like


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3 minutes ago, neoblast said:

@Vincent Chu if you filed online the receipt should already be there under the document section. I filed after you and mine is already there.

Thanks @neoblast, finally was able to get logged in and see the documents tab now indeed with that receipt notice.  The case status also has a little "countdown" on background check.  Was 6 days at first and day by day has been counting down, currently at 4 days.  

 

Maybe I'm taking down the website cause I log in too often at the edge of my seat wondering on next update... 🤣


D&V Chu

 

K-1 Journey:
D (Hong Kong applicant) & V (US Citizen Petitioner) @ Seattle
2013 Jul 25 - Initial meeting

2014 Nov 23 - She said yes! We are engaged.
***Commenced K-1 Fiance Visa Process on 11/28/14

2015 Apr 02 - Passport and K-1 Visa issuance complete and ready for pickup at courier S.F. Express TST - 2 days
***Completed K-1 Fiance Visa Process on 04/02/2015 - Timespan for K-1 Visa = 125 days (4 months)

 

2015 May 12 - D enters U.S at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, applied for marriage license
2015 May 22 - D & V get married
***Commenced Adjustment of Status (AOS) Process on 06/09/2015
2016 Feb 03 - D received I-551 Permanent Resident (Green) card via USPS - 6 days
***Completed Adjustment of Status (AOS) Process on 02/03/2016 - Timespan for I-551 = 240 days (8 months)

 

2017 Oct 03 - D received reminder letter via mail

***Commenced Removal of Conditions (ROC) Process on 10/25/2017
2017 Oct 25 - D & V Filed and Postmarked I-751 petition packet to CSC
2017 Oct 28 - I-751 packet arrived via USPS. Tracking: 70170660000102617569 - 3 days

2017 Oct 31 - CSC postmarked official I-797C, Notice of Action for NOA1 with Receipt Date 10/30/2017 - 3 days from receipt of packet
2018 Jan 25 - Due to delayed NOA ASC Biometrics Letter, Scheduled INFOPASS at USCIS ASC Seattle (Tukwila, WA) - 27 days

2018 Feb 08 - INFOPASS for status update, escalated Biometrics Notice and Fingerprints expedited for D - 14 days

2019 Feb 26 - D received RFE - 7 days

2019 May 10 - D & V Filed and Postmarked I-751 ROC RFE response packet to CSC - 73 days

2019 Jul 12 - ASC Biometrics appointment for I-751A - Code 5: biometrics and fingerprints for D - 22 days

TBD - I-751: Still Pending

 

***Commenced Naturalization N-400 Process on 07/14/2019

2019 Jul 14 - N-400: D submited N-400 application, paid filing fee on USCIS Online Filing website.  IOE Receipt number issued.
TBD - N-400: Awaiting Receipt

 

July 2019 N-400 spread sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19rv0w-Ls_-225a0AqzhsTObXb2DcT07oACpdIHhn9dE/edit

 

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@Vincent Chu Awesome!

 

I am at day 5 now, but counting down to what exactly? 


K1 Visa Journey


Event Date
Service Center: Vermont Service Center
Consulate: Montreal, Canada
I-129F Sent: 2012-12-27
I-129F NOA1: 2013-01-17
I-129F RFE(s): 2013-05-31
RFE Reply(s): 2013-06-04
I-129F NOA2: 2013-12-19

Consulate Received: 2014-04-17
Packet 3 Received: 2014-06-13
Packet 3 Sent: 2014-06-17
Packet 4 Received: 2014-08-27
Interview Date: 2014-10-24

Interview Result: Administrative Review
Second Interview
(If Required): No
Approved: 2014-07-17
Visa in hand: 2014-07-21



Adjustment of Status


Event Date
CIS Office: Chicago Lockbox/Tampa FL
Date Filed: 2015-12-07
NOA Date: 2015-12-16
NOA Hardcopy: 2015-12-21
RFE(s):
Bio. Appt.:
AOS Transfer**:
Interview Date:
Approval / Denial Date:
Approved:
Got I551 Stamp:
Green card Received:
Comments: Angry white men be like


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Just filed today, the website is acting very weird since their update on the 15th of July.

What I did is keep refreshing the page that gives error, tons of time until it worked!!

Good luck to everybody, let the countdown begin!! :)


03/28/2014 - Married in New York Clerks Office

 

Adjusting from H1B

5/28/2014 - Sent AOS package
5/30/2014 - AOS Package Delivered
6/06/2014 - Text and email notification received
6/10/2014 - 4 Hard copies of NOA1 received
6/13/2014 - Biometrics appointment letter in the mail

6/17/2014 - Walk-in biometrics at Varick Street
6/27/2014 - Scheduled appointment for biometrics

6/30/2014 - Notification from USCIS, Testing & Interview

8/13/2014 - EAD and AP approved

8/18/2014 - EAD received

10/15/2014 - Interview at New York Federal Plaza and APPROVED email and text at the end of day

10/21/2014 - Green card in the mail

 

ROC

07/16/2016 - Sent I-751 to VSC

07/18/2016 - Package delivered

07/21/2016 - Check cashed

07/29/2016 - Received NOA1 dated 07/19/2016

08/08/2016 - Biometrics walk-in successfull

08/17/2016 - Scheduled appointment for biometrics

07/10/2017 - Approval Letter received dated 07/06/2017

07/20/2017 - Green card in the mail

03/28/2018 - Divorce granted
 
CITIZENSHIP

07/17/2019 - Sent N400 Online -  5 years residency rule

07/23/2019 - Received NOA for biometrics

08/05/2019 - Biometrics appointment 

 

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6 minutes ago, neoblast said:

I am at day 5 now, but counting down to what exactly? 

For a squeaky clean background we hope.  😇


D&V Chu

 

K-1 Journey:
D (Hong Kong applicant) & V (US Citizen Petitioner) @ Seattle
2013 Jul 25 - Initial meeting

2014 Nov 23 - She said yes! We are engaged.
***Commenced K-1 Fiance Visa Process on 11/28/14

2015 Apr 02 - Passport and K-1 Visa issuance complete and ready for pickup at courier S.F. Express TST - 2 days
***Completed K-1 Fiance Visa Process on 04/02/2015 - Timespan for K-1 Visa = 125 days (4 months)

 

2015 May 12 - D enters U.S at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, applied for marriage license
2015 May 22 - D & V get married
***Commenced Adjustment of Status (AOS) Process on 06/09/2015
2016 Feb 03 - D received I-551 Permanent Resident (Green) card via USPS - 6 days
***Completed Adjustment of Status (AOS) Process on 02/03/2016 - Timespan for I-551 = 240 days (8 months)

 

2017 Oct 03 - D received reminder letter via mail

***Commenced Removal of Conditions (ROC) Process on 10/25/2017
2017 Oct 25 - D & V Filed and Postmarked I-751 petition packet to CSC
2017 Oct 28 - I-751 packet arrived via USPS. Tracking: 70170660000102617569 - 3 days

2017 Oct 31 - CSC postmarked official I-797C, Notice of Action for NOA1 with Receipt Date 10/30/2017 - 3 days from receipt of packet
2018 Jan 25 - Due to delayed NOA ASC Biometrics Letter, Scheduled INFOPASS at USCIS ASC Seattle (Tukwila, WA) - 27 days

2018 Feb 08 - INFOPASS for status update, escalated Biometrics Notice and Fingerprints expedited for D - 14 days

2019 Feb 26 - D received RFE - 7 days

2019 May 10 - D & V Filed and Postmarked I-751 ROC RFE response packet to CSC - 73 days

2019 Jul 12 - ASC Biometrics appointment for I-751A - Code 5: biometrics and fingerprints for D - 22 days

TBD - I-751: Still Pending

 

***Commenced Naturalization N-400 Process on 07/14/2019

2019 Jul 14 - N-400: D submited N-400 application, paid filing fee on USCIS Online Filing website.  IOE Receipt number issued.
TBD - N-400: Awaiting Receipt

 

July 2019 N-400 spread sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19rv0w-Ls_-225a0AqzhsTObXb2DcT07oACpdIHhn9dE/edit

 

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We can hope. 😅 Hopefully I don't get waiver, wait a year, and the be asked to do biometrics like last time.


K1 Visa Journey


Event Date
Service Center: Vermont Service Center
Consulate: Montreal, Canada
I-129F Sent: 2012-12-27
I-129F NOA1: 2013-01-17
I-129F RFE(s): 2013-05-31
RFE Reply(s): 2013-06-04
I-129F NOA2: 2013-12-19

Consulate Received: 2014-04-17
Packet 3 Received: 2014-06-13
Packet 3 Sent: 2014-06-17
Packet 4 Received: 2014-08-27
Interview Date: 2014-10-24

Interview Result: Administrative Review
Second Interview
(If Required): No
Approved: 2014-07-17
Visa in hand: 2014-07-21



Adjustment of Status


Event Date
CIS Office: Chicago Lockbox/Tampa FL
Date Filed: 2015-12-07
NOA Date: 2015-12-16
NOA Hardcopy: 2015-12-21
RFE(s):
Bio. Appt.:
AOS Transfer**:
Interview Date:
Approval / Denial Date:
Approved:
Got I551 Stamp:
Green card Received:
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On 7/15/2019 at 8:23 PM, CRB said:

I used the step by step process and checklist that is posted on the USCIS website.

Every case is different, so people add to that as they see neccessary. 

The actual N-400 online application will guide you through step by step and if something is missing on the form it will let you know.

 

Thank you CRB,

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Hello July 2019 filers!

 

I'm filling the form online right now and have a couple of questions. I hope you can help:

 

1. My full name is Ha Thuy Nguyen. This is what I put in where they ask for the full name that is on birth certificate. However, on the green card, under Surname it shows Nguyen, and under Given Name it shows Ha T. So they combined the first name and the initial of the middle name as the Given Name on the green card. Now it's getting confusing: the N-400 form also asks for the name that appears on green card, but they have all 3 spaces: Last, Middle, First. My question is: on the form do I put Nguyen as Last Name, Ha T as First Name and skip the middle name altogether? Do I make sense? Lol

 

2. Apparently I had to create an USCIS online account to be able to file online. Now they asked for USCIS Account Number (they also note I can find the number in my profile on my account- which I cannot find). Do I have one actually? This is the first online form I have ever filed with USCIS.

 

These 2 are so far what I've encountered. Your inputs will be greatly appreciated!

 

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Adjusting from F1

AOS

02/10/2014: Mailed AOS package to USCIS

02/14/2014: NOA

02/27/2014: We moved. Updated new address with USCIS using AR11 (online and call). Received letter confirmation at the new address.

02/28/2014: USCIS mailed biometrics notice to the old address.

03/05/2014: RFE asking for USC spouse's W2

03/19/2014: Online status updated to "undeliverable notice". Called and spoke to L2 IO and found out I missed the biometrics appointment on 3/17

03/26/2014: received new biometrics appointment at new address for 4/29/14.

04/29/2014: completed biometrics.

04/29/2014: EAD approved

05/02/2014: EAD card sent.

05/06/2014: received EAD/AP combo card.

09/14/2014: received interview notice for 10/14/2014.

10/14/2014: Interview. Approved on the spot. Online status changed to Card Production Order.

10/21/2014: Green card in hand :star::star::star:

ROC:

07/20/2016: Mailed package to USCIS (California Service Center)

07/26/2016: received NOA1 dated 07/22

09/19/2016: submitted service request for biometrics appointment

09/29/2016: received biometrics appointment letter for 10/13

09/28/2017: INFOPass appointment and got a stamp on my passport

10/23/2017: APPROVED. Received text msg and email from USCIS notifying that new card is being produced

10/25/2017: Online Status changed to Card Being Mailed

10/30/2017: Received 10 year card.

N-400:

07/19/2019: Applied online

07/23/2019: Biometrics scheduled for 8/7/2019

 

 

 

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26 minutes ago, SilverLake said:

Hello July 2019 filers!

 

I'm filling the form online right now and have a couple of questions. I hope you can help:

 

1. My full name is Ha Thuy Nguyen. This is what I put in where they ask for the full name that is on birth certificate. However, on the green card, under Surname it shows Nguyen, and under Given Name it shows Ha T. So they combined the first name and the initial of the middle name as the Given Name on the green card. Now it's getting confusing: the N-400 form also asks for the name that appears on green card, but they have all 3 spaces: Last, Middle, First. My question is: on the form do I put Nguyen as Last Name, Ha T as First Name and skip the middle name altogether? Do I make sense? Lol

 

2. Apparently I had to create an USCIS online account to be able to file online. Now they asked for USCIS Account Number (they also note I can find the number in my profile on my account- which I cannot find). Do I have one actually? This is the first online form I have ever filed with USCIS.

 

These 2 are so far what I've encountered. Your inputs will be greatly appreciated!

 

1. You should complete the form as you would any normal form. Middle name are usually initialed, not written in full but you should wright it as it show on your birth certificate or like you did for AOC and ROC. 

 

2. The USCIS Account Number can be left blank, as I did. I do not have one. I think that might for lawyers (just guessing here).


K1 Visa Journey


Event Date
Service Center: Vermont Service Center
Consulate: Montreal, Canada
I-129F Sent: 2012-12-27
I-129F NOA1: 2013-01-17
I-129F RFE(s): 2013-05-31
RFE Reply(s): 2013-06-04
I-129F NOA2: 2013-12-19

Consulate Received: 2014-04-17
Packet 3 Received: 2014-06-13
Packet 3 Sent: 2014-06-17
Packet 4 Received: 2014-08-27
Interview Date: 2014-10-24

Interview Result: Administrative Review
Second Interview
(If Required): No
Approved: 2014-07-17
Visa in hand: 2014-07-21



Adjustment of Status


Event Date
CIS Office: Chicago Lockbox/Tampa FL
Date Filed: 2015-12-07
NOA Date: 2015-12-16
NOA Hardcopy: 2015-12-21
RFE(s):
Bio. Appt.:
AOS Transfer**:
Interview Date:
Approval / Denial Date:
Approved:
Got I551 Stamp:
Green card Received:
Comments: Angry white men be like


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42 minutes ago, neoblast said:

1. You should complete the form as you would any normal form. Middle name are usually initialed, not written in full but you should wright it as it show on your birth certificate or like you did for AOC and ROC. 

 

2. The USCIS Account Number can be left blank, as I did. I do not have one. I think that might for lawyers (just guessing here).

Thanks for your reply but let me clarify my first question. Form N-400 asks for your name twice, one as it appears on birth certificate (which I have no problem with), and one as it appears on your green card. In both cases they leave 3 boxes for inputs (Last/ Middle/ First). The first case is straight forward, but I’m confused in the second case where my first name and initial of middle name were combined into Given Name on the green card.

 

So my question is, in the second case, should I put Ha T as First Name and leave the box for middle name blank; or should I put Ha as First Name, T as Middle Name?


Adjusting from F1

AOS

02/10/2014: Mailed AOS package to USCIS

02/14/2014: NOA

02/27/2014: We moved. Updated new address with USCIS using AR11 (online and call). Received letter confirmation at the new address.

02/28/2014: USCIS mailed biometrics notice to the old address.

03/05/2014: RFE asking for USC spouse's W2

03/19/2014: Online status updated to "undeliverable notice". Called and spoke to L2 IO and found out I missed the biometrics appointment on 3/17

03/26/2014: received new biometrics appointment at new address for 4/29/14.

04/29/2014: completed biometrics.

04/29/2014: EAD approved

05/02/2014: EAD card sent.

05/06/2014: received EAD/AP combo card.

09/14/2014: received interview notice for 10/14/2014.

10/14/2014: Interview. Approved on the spot. Online status changed to Card Production Order.

10/21/2014: Green card in hand :star::star::star:

ROC:

07/20/2016: Mailed package to USCIS (California Service Center)

07/26/2016: received NOA1 dated 07/22

09/19/2016: submitted service request for biometrics appointment

09/29/2016: received biometrics appointment letter for 10/13

09/28/2017: INFOPass appointment and got a stamp on my passport

10/23/2017: APPROVED. Received text msg and email from USCIS notifying that new card is being produced

10/25/2017: Online Status changed to Card Being Mailed

10/30/2017: Received 10 year card.

N-400:

07/19/2019: Applied online

07/23/2019: Biometrics scheduled for 8/7/2019

 

 

 

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19 minutes ago, SilverLake said:

Thanks for your reply but let me clarify my first question. Form N-400 asks for your name twice, one as it appears on birth certificate (which I have no problem with), and one as it appears on your green card. In both cases they leave 3 boxes for inputs (Last/ Middle/ First). The first case is straight forward, but I’m confused in the second case where my first name and initial of middle name were combined into Given Name on the green card.

 

So my question is, in the second case, should I put Ha T as First Name and leave the box for middle name blank; or should I put Ha as First Name, T as Middle Name?

I think they are wrong the way they put on your green card, but you did not correct it. That's an oversight on your part. I would say write your name the way it's supposed to be written (they will have a copy of your gc anyhow), first, middle, last. Otherwise, you would just be continuing with an correctly written form of your name. 


K1 Visa Journey


Event Date
Service Center: Vermont Service Center
Consulate: Montreal, Canada
I-129F Sent: 2012-12-27
I-129F NOA1: 2013-01-17
I-129F RFE(s): 2013-05-31
RFE Reply(s): 2013-06-04
I-129F NOA2: 2013-12-19

Consulate Received: 2014-04-17
Packet 3 Received: 2014-06-13
Packet 3 Sent: 2014-06-17
Packet 4 Received: 2014-08-27
Interview Date: 2014-10-24

Interview Result: Administrative Review
Second Interview
(If Required): No
Approved: 2014-07-17
Visa in hand: 2014-07-21



Adjustment of Status


Event Date
CIS Office: Chicago Lockbox/Tampa FL
Date Filed: 2015-12-07
NOA Date: 2015-12-16
NOA Hardcopy: 2015-12-21
RFE(s):
Bio. Appt.:
AOS Transfer**:
Interview Date:
Approval / Denial Date:
Approved:
Got I551 Stamp:
Green card Received:
Comments: Angry white men be like


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3 hours ago, Vincent Chu said:

Maybe I'm taking down the website cause I log in too often at the edge of my seat wondering on next update... 🤣

😂   You got a background countdown? I didn’t even see that. Now that my biometrics are done there’s no point even checking for a few months so my plan is to hang out here and annoy all of you 😁


Lee & William

8/2/2014 - Sent I-129F Petition with USPS by Express Mail    
8/4/2014 - I-129F delivered to dropbox    8/6/2014 - NOA1 Text/E-Mail received    8/11/2014 - Alien Registration Number Changed (Text/E-Mail) / NOA1 Letter received by Mail    3/16/2015 - NOA2 Text/E-Mail received (224 days)    3/20/2015 - Sent to NVC    3/31/2015 - NVC Received    4/1/2015 - Case Number Assigned       4/7/2015 - NVC Sent to Embassy    4/10/2015 - London Embassy Received    4/11/2015 - Medical     4/15/2015 - Packet 3 Received    4/12/2015 - Packet 3 Sent    4/23/2015 - Packet 4 Received    5/18/2015 - Interview - APPROVED     5/30/2015 - Visa collected from courier    6/1/2015 - POE    6/14/2015 - Wedding 💍💍
 
N400
06/30/2019 - Filed online
06/30/2019 - NOA1
07/16/2019 - Biometrics completed (early walk in - successful) 
⏱⏱⏱ ....

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1 hour ago, SilverLake said:

Thanks for your reply but let me clarify my first question. Form N-400 asks for your name twice, one as it appears on birth certificate (which I have no problem with), and one as it appears on your green card. In both cases they leave 3 boxes for inputs (Last/ Middle/ First). The first case is straight forward, but I’m confused in the second case where my first name and initial of middle name were combined into Given Name on the green card.

 

So my question is, in the second case, should I put Ha T as First Name and leave the box for middle name blank; or should I put Ha as First Name, T as Middle Name?

@SilverLake, here's some further insight, we ran into something similar for my wife with her unmarried name (which has a 2 "part" given name).  Even at PoE on K-1 visa, the initial I-94 issued completely omitted the second part of her given name -- it was frustrating but we ended up doing a court ordered name change after marriage and re-did the whole name with western Given/First name, her unmarried name all within the Middle name and my Last name.  Anyways, on to my point...

 

The Form N-400 has three fields that asks for names (excluding field 4 for optional name change as part of naturalization process):

  1. Legal Name = as y'all have discussed on birth certificate unless already officially changes
  2. Name on PR Card
  3. Other Names

Commonly western culture typically has [First Middle Last] , hence it looks like USCIS misinterpreted the "Thuy" portion of your name.  And although they treat Legal Name as [First Middle Last], the formatting on the PR Card seems to be [First MI Last].  If my assumption is correct that "Thuy" is the second part of your given name, then I think you should proceed in the latter approach for second case.  Unless someone can answer... Its anyones guess whether they use field (1) or (2) for your naturalization certificate.  Here's my reasoning for the latter approach:

  • Since field (2) says exactly you don't wanna mess that up.  Hopefully the IO is smart enough to see the mistake but you never know.
  • If you put "Ha T" as the Given/First Name field, (a) that could be flagged as wrong for name checks and (b) you willingly deleted "huy" from "Thuy" further more exacerbating the mistake.
  • The source of truth really is the Legal Name which is what I would guess they'd use for naturalization, so ensure that one is exactly what you want in the end.

My recommendation is to ensure fields (1) and (2) are handled properly and any additional potential names but put in the (3) other section as well to ensure no permutation is left unchecked.  See below where colons (;) seperate the fields [First Middle Last]:

  1. Legal Name = once again -- my assumption = "Ha Thuy; ;Nguyen"
    1. [Last] = Nguyen
    2. [First] = Ha Thuy
    3. [Middle] = 
  2. Name on PR Card = EXACTLY on PR Card = "Ha; T; Nguyen"
    1. [Last] = Nguyen
    2. [First] = Ha
    3. [MI] = T
  3. Other Names = Any other variations like "Ha T; ;Nguyen", "Ha; ;Nguyen", etc. <<< these other names likely wouldn't be used for official documentation but in case they've ever come up that way -- including the USCIS PR Card mistake.

Hope that helps and has not made it more confusing haha.  Feel free to DM me and I'd be happy to share the specifics of the fiasco with my wifes full name, name change, other names if you'd like the examples.  Just don't wanna publish her whole name here.

 

 

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D&V Chu

 

K-1 Journey:
D (Hong Kong applicant) & V (US Citizen Petitioner) @ Seattle
2013 Jul 25 - Initial meeting

2014 Nov 23 - She said yes! We are engaged.
***Commenced K-1 Fiance Visa Process on 11/28/14

2015 Apr 02 - Passport and K-1 Visa issuance complete and ready for pickup at courier S.F. Express TST - 2 days
***Completed K-1 Fiance Visa Process on 04/02/2015 - Timespan for K-1 Visa = 125 days (4 months)

 

2015 May 12 - D enters U.S at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, applied for marriage license
2015 May 22 - D & V get married
***Commenced Adjustment of Status (AOS) Process on 06/09/2015
2016 Feb 03 - D received I-551 Permanent Resident (Green) card via USPS - 6 days
***Completed Adjustment of Status (AOS) Process on 02/03/2016 - Timespan for I-551 = 240 days (8 months)

 

2017 Oct 03 - D received reminder letter via mail

***Commenced Removal of Conditions (ROC) Process on 10/25/2017
2017 Oct 25 - D & V Filed and Postmarked I-751 petition packet to CSC
2017 Oct 28 - I-751 packet arrived via USPS. Tracking: 70170660000102617569 - 3 days

2017 Oct 31 - CSC postmarked official I-797C, Notice of Action for NOA1 with Receipt Date 10/30/2017 - 3 days from receipt of packet
2018 Jan 25 - Due to delayed NOA ASC Biometrics Letter, Scheduled INFOPASS at USCIS ASC Seattle (Tukwila, WA) - 27 days

2018 Feb 08 - INFOPASS for status update, escalated Biometrics Notice and Fingerprints expedited for D - 14 days

2019 Feb 26 - D received RFE - 7 days

2019 May 10 - D & V Filed and Postmarked I-751 ROC RFE response packet to CSC - 73 days

2019 Jul 12 - ASC Biometrics appointment for I-751A - Code 5: biometrics and fingerprints for D - 22 days

TBD - I-751: Still Pending

 

***Commenced Naturalization N-400 Process on 07/14/2019

2019 Jul 14 - N-400: D submited N-400 application, paid filing fee on USCIS Online Filing website.  IOE Receipt number issued.
TBD - N-400: Awaiting Receipt

 

July 2019 N-400 spread sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19rv0w-Ls_-225a0AqzhsTObXb2DcT07oACpdIHhn9dE/edit

 

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