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Las Vegas, NV AOS filers!! Interview notice in under 7 months!!

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As the title states, I just received my interview notice for the Las Vegas,NV USCIS office. Filed my AOS on February 8th,2019, and received the interview appointment notice today 8/31/2019. Interview is scheduled for October 3rd, 2019. This is a interview in less than 8 months from date of filing. Not too bad for a office that was estimating 12-14 months the last time I checked. I have most of the stuff ready other than we are taking a trip to Texas next weekend so I will add evidence of that, and then update all the joint bank and credit card information for proof of co mingled finances a few days before the interview as I should get all the new statements on October 1st. Looks like things are moving along a little faster. hopefully this is true for all the offices, and everyone can start getting their green card in a reasonable amount of time.

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Consider moving to K1/K3 AOS Progress Forum, at that stage of the process.


Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

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On 8/31/2019 at 7:05 PM, Loren Y said:

As the title states, I just received my interview notice for the Las Vegas,NV USCIS office. Filed my AOS on February 8th,2019, and received the interview appointment notice today 8/31/2019. Interview is scheduled for October 3rd, 2019. This is a interview in less than 8 months from date of filing. Not too bad for a office that was estimating 12-14 months the last time I checked. I have most of the stuff ready other than we are taking a trip to Texas next weekend so I will add evidence of that, and then update all the joint bank and credit card information for proof of co mingled finances a few days before the interview as I should get all the new statements on October 1st. Looks like things are moving along a little faster. hopefully this is true for all the offices, and everyone can start getting their green card in a reasonable amount of time.

Awesome! congrats!


Luflolady

 

Jan 26th: Mailed I-129F

Jan 29th NOA1

Feb 2nd: rcvd txt and email case received

Feb 2nd: Check Cashed

Feb 9th: rcvd hard copy of NOA1

Aug. 28th Notified of RFE being mailed

Sept. 1st received hard copy of RFE in the mail

Sept. 4th mailed response to RFE

Sept. 10th received txt that my response to RFE was received

Oct. 10th Received txt that we were approved (NOA2) 30days after RFE response

Oct. 13th received hard copy of NOA2

Oct. 31st case arrived at NVC

Nov 2nd received case number

Nov. 13th case in transit to embassy

Nov. 19th Case is "ready" to schedule an interview

Feb. 14th Interview (2019) APPROVED!!!!!!

 

AOS

July 24th: mailed AOS pkt

July 31st: received txt msg of receipt numbers for all documents

Aug 5th received NOA hard copies dated July 31st

Aug. 9th received Biometrics letter in the mail

Aug. 19th Biometrics appt.

 




 

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