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IsabelleFredrick

2019 AOS applicants in San Fernando Valley, CA

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Seeing as SFV office is not on the USCIS site, so I can't track timeline, Im curious to see if anyone else has applied/went there for AOS interview, and what the timeline was from date of filing. I mailed mine off early September 2019. Interview online status changed to ready to be scheduled for interview, on 9 Nov 2019.. and now I wait. 

Please share your timeline at this office, if you've been there, or have filed and are waiting with me!

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13 minutes ago, IsabelleFredrick said:

Seeing as SFV office is not on the USCIS site, so I can't track timeline, Im curious to see if anyone else has applied/went there for AOS interview, and what the timeline was from date of filing. I mailed mine off early September 2019. Interview online status changed to ready to be scheduled for interview, on 9 Nov 2019.. and now I wait. 

Please share your timeline at this office, if you've been there, or have filed and are waiting with me!

https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/

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Not sure why you still believe that the San Fernando Valley office isn't on the USCIS website. You were referred to the correct website, and a screenshot was included, when you asked the same question in November. Unfortunately, it looks like you still have a while to go before your interview. Did you apply for an EAD, so you can at least start working soon? I feel your pain; I waited for my EAD for 6 months and I was miserable. And I was constantly searching for timelines online and it drove me crazy! 

 

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