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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Hi,

 

Has someone received their fingerprint appointment that filled the NOA on May? I applied through K1 (i dont know if depends on what type of visa you are)

On May 23th they accepted my fingerprint fee and so far Im still waiting for my appointment.

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6 hours ago, Mih said:

Hi,

 

Has someone received their fingerprint appointment that filled the NOA on May? I applied through K1 (i dont know if depends on what type of visa you are)

On May 23th they accepted my fingerprint fee and so far Im still waiting for my appointment.

Yes! i filed in June 2020 and ive done Biometric

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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On 9/12/2020 at 2:37 PM, Mih said:

Hi,

 

Has someone received their fingerprint appointment that filled the NOA on May? I applied through K1 (i dont know if depends on what type of visa you are)

On May 23th they accepted my fingerprint fee and so far Im still waiting for my appointment.

nope still waiting- were out of the Buffalo location so who knows when it will happen, Good Luck!!!

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I'm still waiting since April 7 (Noa1 date).

 

I've heard absolutely nothing since they recieved my petition. No RFE, no Biometrics, etc.

 

I see several others are in the same situation even from March, unfortunately.

 

We are located in South Florida.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Brazil
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We are in the same boat here!

NOA1 dated May, 26, 2020 and absolutely nothing happened since NOA1.

Our local office is Seattle-WA.

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Applied in early April, got NOAs late april.  We JUST got our biometrics appt NOA early October, and our appt is october 21st.  No word on EAD and social security card.  Our biometrics appt is in Philadelphia.

 

Any tips for biometric appt?  Bring photo ID, marriage license, NOA paperwork.  Anything else?

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My husband filed for AOS on June 16th and we received NOA1 on June 23rd. We received an RFE on July 1st and sent in the requested evidence and they received it on July 20th. My husband still hasn't received his biometrics appointment. I submitted an e-request for an update on his case because it's starting to concern me a little bit and my husband is getting bored not being able to work. We moved and I updated my address with the post office and with USCIS and I received a notice that our address has been changed in the USCIS system. Also can my husband travel by plane in the US? Technically his K-1 visa is expired. 

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1 hour ago, Madison Mengueme said:

can my husband travel by plane in the US? Technically his K-1 visa is expired. 

 

K1 is a single-entry visa, so it was invalidated the moment your husband entered the US.  He does not need a visa to fly domestically within the US.  He does need an ID accepted by TSA, like his passport.

 

https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/identification

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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4 hours ago, Madison Mengueme said:

My husband filed for AOS on June 16th and we received NOA1 on June 23rd. We received an RFE on July 1st and sent in the requested evidence and they received it on July 20th. My husband still hasn't received his biometrics appointment. I submitted an e-request for an update on his case because it's starting to concern me a little bit and my husband is getting bored not being able to work. We moved and I updated my address with the post office and with USCIS and I received a notice that our address has been changed in the USCIS system. Also can my husband travel by plane in the US? Technically his K-1 visa is expired. 

Yes, your husband can travel inside US only. Im in the same situation as his and I have traveled already couple of times inside US. Just show the passport as his ID and everything will be fine. 

I''m also bored of not being able to work but there is nothing we can do besides waiting for the work permit. 

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