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Hello, we filed for ROC for my husband in March 2019. We’ve been sitting at ‘ready to schedule for an interview, for a year now. Our office is Minneapolis so of course it’s the slowest. 🤦🏼‍♀️. Since his extension letter is expiring next month and there is no way to do infopass, what do we do? 

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His status won't change. If he needs evidence of his status (for travel, etc), he can call USCIS and get an appointment for a stamp.  We filed my wife's I-751 in March 2019 also........Still waiting for an interview since May 2019.........


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4 hours ago, mrath5 said:

Hello, we filed for ROC for my husband in March 2019. We’ve been sitting at ‘ready to schedule for an interview, for a year now. Our office is Minneapolis so of course it’s the slowest. 🤦🏼‍♀️.

 
 

Sorry for asking a question bit off-topic:

 

I have seen, in my posts, people talking about this field office is faster or that field office is slower. How do you actually check it? (When I use the Case Processing Time tool on USCIS website for I-751, they only have options for service centers or "all field offices")

 

And I-751 isn't being processed in one of 5 service centers? It is subsequently transferred to local office?

 

I am currently preparing my package to send, as a result, I have some questions. Thanks again! 

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Google Sheet for I-751 September 2020 filer: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qxXZIxr2N7TtyEx8adtSQ2D9Z9GuG7fmjXc0sZMAAt8/edit?usp=sharing

 

I-751 --> Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence (September 2020) - MM/DD/YYYY

  • 09/11/2020 First of 90-day window
  • 09/14/2020 : Sent to USCIS Arizona Lockbox by UPS
  • 09/15/2020 : Arrived at Arizona Lockbox
  • 09/23/2020 : Receipt Msg, Service center: EAC
  • 09/25/2020 : NOA Received, dated 09/18/2020
  • 10/03/2020 : Biometrics waived. Fingerprints from previous petition are applied

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11 hours ago, Lucky Cat said:

His status won't change. If he needs evidence of his status (for travel, etc), he can call USCIS and get an appointment for a stamp.  We filed my wife's I-751 in March 2019 also........Still waiting for an interview since May 2019.........

Great thank you! He might have to prove it for work since we work with confidential gun parts. Sadly with COVID we haven’t been able to travel this year. Maybe I’ll call and try to get the stamp anyways in case it’s not approved by the time we do get to travel. 

7 hours ago, frank19910210 said:

Sorry for asking a question bit off-topic:

 

I have seen, in my posts, people talking about this field office is faster or that field office is slower. How do you actually check it? (When I use the Case Processing Time tool on USCIS website for I-751, they only have options for service centers or "all field offices")

 

And I-751 isn't being processed in one of 5 service centers? It is subsequently transferred to local office?

 

I am currently preparing my package to send, as a result, I have some questions. Thanks again! 

Sorry I don’t have that answer. I saw it on a spreadsheet on a thread in the ROC forum 🙂

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4 hours ago, mrath5 said:

Great thank you! He might have to prove it for work since we work with confidential gun parts. Sadly with COVID we haven’t been able to travel this year. Maybe I’ll call and try to get the stamp anyways in case it’s not approved by the time we do get to travel. 

Sorry I don’t have that answer. I saw it on a spreadsheet on a thread in the ROC forum 🙂

Oh it is fine! I will just create a new topic, thanks!

 


Google Sheet for I-751 September 2020 filer: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qxXZIxr2N7TtyEx8adtSQ2D9Z9GuG7fmjXc0sZMAAt8/edit?usp=sharing

 

I-751 --> Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence (September 2020) - MM/DD/YYYY

  • 09/11/2020 First of 90-day window
  • 09/14/2020 : Sent to USCIS Arizona Lockbox by UPS
  • 09/15/2020 : Arrived at Arizona Lockbox
  • 09/23/2020 : Receipt Msg, Service center: EAC
  • 09/25/2020 : NOA Received, dated 09/18/2020
  • 10/03/2020 : Biometrics waived. Fingerprints from previous petition are applied

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