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ok, so my entry here in the US is K1 fiance visa, biometrics AOS everything has been sent and all done and we were originally scheduled for an interview for Adjustment of status since March 17,2020. But then COVID happened and the offices closed. Now, upon checking uscis case status, my case is still " Ready to be scheduled for an interview". It's now August 9 and Im just worried, is this normal or should I just wait for them to reschedule my interview? Or should I do anything to resched it? Any thoughts on this? any one who has the same situation? Please let me know. It sucks because the interview was like supposed to be just the day after and then covid happened and closed offices. 

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2 hours ago, Khagen88 said:

ok, so my entry here in the US is K1 fiance visa, biometrics AOS everything has been sent and all done and we were originally scheduled for an interview for Adjustment of status since March 17,2020. But then COVID happened and the offices closed. Now, upon checking uscis case status, my case is still " Ready to be scheduled for an interview". It's now August 9 and Im just worried, is this normal or should I just wait for them to reschedule my interview? Or should I do anything to resched it? Any thoughts on this? any one who has the same situation? Please let me know. It sucks because the interview was like supposed to be just the day after and then covid happened and closed offices. 

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On 8/9/2020 at 10:16 AM, Khagen88 said:

ok, so my entry here in the US is K1 fiance visa, biometrics AOS everything has been sent and all done and we were originally scheduled for an interview for Adjustment of status since March 17,2020. But then COVID happened and the offices closed. Now, upon checking uscis case status, my case is still " Ready to be scheduled for an interview". It's now August 9 and Im just worried, is this normal or should I just wait for them to reschedule my interview? Or should I do anything to resched it? Any thoughts on this? any one who has the same situation? Please let me know. It sucks because the interview was like supposed to be just the day after and then covid happened and closed offices. 

I'm the the same position as you. We were supposed to interview (also in Las Vegas) on April 21 but it got canceled and changed to "ready to be scheduled for an interview." We've heard nothing since then. Please keep us posted on whether you hear anything, I assume you'll get you interview before I do as you were a month ahead.

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