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Hey! We applied for GC in 18th July after we get married in Michigan till now we didn’t receive any letter from USCIS saying they received it and our lawyer don’t wanna answer the phone to see if he really sent it to lockbox. I’m wondering if that’s normal taking all this time waiting for it. 

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23 minutes ago, Soon2019 said:

Hey! We applied for GC in 18th July after we get married in Michigan till now we didn’t receive any letter from USCIS saying they received it and our lawyer don’t wanna answer the phone to see if he really sent it to lockbox. I’m wondering if that’s normal taking all this time waiting for it. 

I can't speak for you, but in our case, we filed for AOS (i-485) on the 15th of March, 2018, and got our NOA 30th of March,  2018.  So yeah, 2 weeks, and I would think maybe 3 weeks tops.  The Biometrics was 4-25-2018, so you are at about 2 months from filing.  Did you file on line with some lawyer or dealt in person?  I would be calling USCIS  (others here will guide you to do that with more info than I can give.  )  I will private message you.

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5 hours ago, K1visaHopeful said:

Call USCIS within 30 days of filing and ask what's going on. You should have received it within 30 days.

We called them many times and they don’t have any new alien number for me and they don’t have anything yet. We just made an inquiry with them on the phone today we should wait another 30 days its just wast of the time. The crazy thing we didn’t know what the lawyer did and it’s been two months he didn’t want to answer the emails or the phone.

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12 hours ago, Soon2019 said:

Hey! We applied for GC in 18th July after we get married in Michigan till now we didn’t receive any letter from USCIS saying they received it and our lawyer don’t wanna answer the phone to see if he really sent it to lockbox. I’m wondering if that’s normal taking all this time waiting for it. 

Do you have a tracking number for your submission?


YMMV

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2 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Do you have a tracking number for your submission?

☝️☝️this.

Its a possibility your lawyer was lax in filing for you if they filed for you at all. Can you go to their office and demand an answer with proof they sent your application?

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2 minutes ago, K1visaHopeful said:

☝️☝️this.

Its a possibility your lawyer was lax in filing for you if they filed for you at all. Can you go to their office and demand an answer with proof they sent your application?

In addition,  once you know the tracking number you can see if it was delivered,  if it was then contact lockboxsupport@uscis.dhs.gov and have them trace it


YMMV

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25 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Do you have a tracking number for your submission?

We were waiting for the lawyer to give us the trucking number and unfortunately he didn’t and he don’t want to answer the emails when we asked them. 

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1 minute ago, Soon2019 said:

We were waiting for the lawyer to give us the trucking number and unfortunately he didn’t and he don’t want to answer the emails when we asked them. 

I think you have identified your problem 


YMMV

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23 minutes ago, K1visaHopeful said:

☝️☝️this.

Its a possibility your lawyer was lax in filing for you if they filed for you at all. Can you go to their office and demand an answer with proof they sent your application?

Yeah when we went to his office to file it we did it ourselves on his laptop and he didn’t do anything all he said to ask if we need to know about any questions. Then we gave him all the documents and paperwork the check for the USCIS then now when it takes forever to know he doesn’t want to answer us.

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23 minutes ago, payxibka said:

In addition,  once you know the tracking number you can see if it was delivered,  if it was then contact lockboxsupport@uscis.dhs.gov and have them trace it

Can we email them even if we don’t have the tracking number?

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6 minutes ago, Soon2019 said:

Can we email them even if we don’t have the tracking number?

Can you?  Of course you can.  The question is  will it be successful considering that you can't give them much to go on.  No tracking number,  no delivery method,  no delivery date, nothing.   Remember,  this is a facility that receives thousands of applications.   


YMMV

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6 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Can you?  Of course you can.  The question is  will it be successful considering that you can't give them much to go on.  No tracking number,  no delivery method,  no delivery date, nothing.   Remember,  this is a facility that receives thousands of applications.   

I will let my husband know about that too I’m not sure what I will write in the email for information we don’t have any tracking number or what’s the date the lawyer sent it. We will go see another lawyer this week to do it again then we know this time is there and my husband said he’ll take the lawyer to the court because he got thousands of money and he didn’t even want to track it or stay on the top of it.

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If the check has been cashed, then your application was accepted. 


K1 Timeline

5/17/2017: I-129F sent to USCIS Lewisville, Texas via FedEx Ground Shipping

5/22/2017: Received by USCIS

5/26/2017: Check was cashed; Received text (but no email) from USCIS; case being transferred to CSC
11/17/2017: NOA2 Hard Copy Received 
01/03/2018: NVC Received I-129F 
01/03/2018: Case Number Received

01/23/2018: Embassy Received
01/30/2018: Received NVC letter hard copy from NVC
02/09/2018: Medical
03/19/2018: Interview 
03/19/2018: APPROVED!
03/21/2018: Visa in Hand

06/16/2018: POE (San Francisco) 

08/04/2018:  MARRIED!

 

***************************

AOS Timeline

08/29/2018: AOS/EAD/AP sent to USCIS Chicago Lockbox via FedEx

08/31/2018: Received by USCIS 

09/04/2018: Received 3 texts from USCIS with 3 case numbers 

09/05/2018: Check was cashed

09/12/2018: Received our NOA1 hard copy via mail

09/24/2018: Biometrics Appointment

10/11/2018: Case Status updated to Ready to Schedule Interview

12/27/2018: AOS Interview Scheduled by USCIS

02/13/2019: Interview

02/14/2019: AOS APPROVED!!!

02/20/2019: GREEN CARD ISSUED!!!

02/21/2019: GREEN CARD IN HAND!!!

 

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