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Courtesy letter after receiving a green card? CONFUSED?

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Hi guys, I've had my green card for 3 weeks and I've received a courtesy letter dated July 1st. It says that 'a completed and signed I-693 was not submitted' and I should wait for an interview in the mail to bring the document in or a RFE with further instructions otherwise my I-485 Application will be denied.

 

This just does not make sense! At my interview I already was told I didn't have a completed I-693 as I didn't have my chicken pox vaccination. The same day after my interview, I went to get it done and signed off by a civil surgeon. Once this was done, I went back to the office and handed it in. The next day my card said 'green card is being produced' and now I have the green card in hand. This was 3 weeks ago.

 

Have they sent this letter by accident? My I-485 has already been approved and I already have sent in a completed I-693. I'm really annoyed since I can't even call them since It's a Saturday. Please help! Thanks!


03/01/2019 - USCIS Chicago lockbox received case  for AOS/EAD/AP

03/21/2019 - NOA1 received hard copy via post (Notice date 03/14/2019)

 

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Just now, Wuozopo said:

Sounds like it. You were faster than the automated letter generating system. 

thanks for replying! It seems as though the letter should have been sent before my interview since it says I have to wait for an interview or an RFE to send the document in. I didn’t receive a courtesy letter before then so I think they’re just really behind? Thanks so much, it’s driving me crazy! 


03/01/2019 - USCIS Chicago lockbox received case  for AOS/EAD/AP

03/21/2019 - NOA1 received hard copy via post (Notice date 03/14/2019)

 

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7 minutes ago, Sailormooon said:

thanks for replying! It seems as though the letter should have been sent before my interview since it says I have to wait for an interview or an RFE to send the document in. I didn’t receive a courtesy letter before then so I think they’re just really behind? Thanks so much, it’s driving me crazy! 

It does sound like it was just a mistake. I would call them on Monday and ask to speak to a Tier 2 to confirm that you can just disregard it. Or if your office does InfoPass appointments maybe try scheduling one. I wouldn't worry too much about it though


Concurrent filing of I-130, I-485, I-765, and I-131 (USC spouse)

Adjusting From: F1 

Local USCIS office: Washington, DC

Service center: NBC

 

AOS Timeline

03/07/2019: FedEx delivery

03/07/2019: Priority / Received date

03/22/2019: Notice of action (Biometrics appointment)

04/01/2019: Completed biometrics 

04/08/2019: Case is Ready to be Scheduled for an Interview

07/05/2019: EAD Card in Production (67 days after expediting)

 

EAD Expedite Timeline: 

04/29/2019: Submitted expedite over the phone based on financial loss to company and myself

05/02/2019: Received email from USCIS requesting evidence in support

05/03/2019: Faxed evidence to USCIS

05/13/2019: Contacted congressman to expedite EAD and provided them evidence in support of request

05/24/2019: Contacted senator to expedite EAD

05/26/2019: Senator requested evidence in support, which I provided on the same day

06/03/2019: Received email from congressman that the case was expedited

06/05/ 2019: Received email from senator that the case was expedited

07/02/2019: Faxed original evidence again along with additional documents to USCIS

07/05/2019: NEW CARD IS BEING PRODUCED!!! (67 days after original expedite request)

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1 hour ago, AOSFairfax said:

It does sound like it was just a mistake. I would call them on Monday and ask to speak to a Tier 2 to confirm that you can just disregard it. Or if your office does InfoPass appointments maybe try scheduling one. I wouldn't worry too much about it though

Yeah, you’re right. I’ll give them a call on Monday! Thank you so much!


03/01/2019 - USCIS Chicago lockbox received case  for AOS/EAD/AP

03/21/2019 - NOA1 received hard copy via post (Notice date 03/14/2019)

 

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