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Received Greencard already but received another mail informing of cancellation of interview

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Dear everyone, 

 

Please I need clarification. I already got my greencard last March 2019 also my work permit. 

But then I recently got a letter informing me that my scheduled interview for permanent resident last March is cancelled and then moved to this August 2019. 

What could be the meaning of it? 

Please help. 

By the way, things went well with me and my husband already, thank you everyone. 

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The USCIS schedules interviews through a specific software.

There have been other posts reporting similar situations, so they might be having issues with said software or the personnel is failing when inputting data in it. 

On those cases, the new interview was canceled and the beneficiaries received a notification by mail. 

If you're too concerned, you can call customer service and let them know about this mistake. 

 

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8 hours ago, Allaboutwaiting said:

The USCIS schedules interviews through a specific software.

There have been other posts reporting similar situations, so they might be having issues with said software or the personnel is failing when inputting data in it. 

On those cases, the new interview was canceled and the beneficiaries received a notification by mail. 

If you're too concerned, you can call customer service and let them know about this mistake. 

 

Can I just ignore the letter that I received? 

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Could be safer attending and letting them know in person that you already had an interview and a green card in hand. It could be useful to hand them tangible evidence of the mistake to avoid it from happening again. 

It is clear they didn't input the info on you being a resident since March in one of the many systems they use, so it is important to make sure they enter the correct data, whether by phone or in person.

 

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10 hours ago, Allaboutwaiting said:

Could be safer attending and letting them know in person that you already had an interview and a green card in hand. It could be useful to hand them tangible evidence of the mistake to avoid it from happening again. 

It is clear they didn't input the info on you being a resident since March in one of the many systems they use, so it is important to make sure they enter the correct data, whether by phone or in person.

 

Oooh..thank you so much for this...

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20 hours ago, Successful Pinky said:

Oooh..thank you so much for this...

Or... you could call them first and try sort it out over the phone so they schedule someone else in, and spend your allocated interview time on someone who is still waiting for GC..

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