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I requested an infopass because my residency expires 11/30/20.  Shortly an email response advising me that my case was at the atl field office, in response to my case inquiry.  I called USCIS and the agent advised me that my case was at vermont, i asked her if she could not see the email that was sent to me earlier that day 11/19/20.  I then told her about the email, and she stuttered and her response was that it is still in vermont but they requested an interview at the Atl field office.

I was told when I got the temporary I-551 stamp 11/20/20, yesterday, that my case is indeed at the Atlanta field office.

 

I did indeed do an AOS interview.  But my question is for anyone else who has had the samething or is going through the same thing right now.

 

They were unable to tell me how long it has been at the ATL field office and how much longer to expect to hear something.  What I was advised however that I would never get mail that it transferred to the field office only when an interview is scheduled.

 

Can anyone who has had this experience share?


B1/B2 Visa since 2012 > traveled 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 > Marriage > AOS

AOS Sent July 20th > PD > July 26th 2016

EAD approved in (87 days)

Received EAD Combo Card (101 days)

Interview May 30th 2017 (308 days) 

Case Approved May 30th 2017 (308 days)

Greencard received June 7th 2017 (316 days)

 

ROC 

Received Date - 5/14/2019

NOA - 5/17/2019

Conditional Greencard with ext expiration date 11/30/2020

Biometrics - 6/18/2019

Transfer to NBC - 4/20/20

Transfer back to Vermont Center - 4/21/20 (Never received that letter but USCIS agents over the phone advises this and have no explanation as to why it was transferred nor transferred back)

InfoPass - 11/20/20 (to get I-551 Stamp in Valid Passport)

 

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On 11/21/2020 at 5:51 PM, Nipperswife said:

I requested an infopass because my residency expires 11/30/20.  Shortly an email response advising me that my case was at the atl field office, in response to my case inquiry.  I called USCIS and the agent advised me that my case was at vermont, i asked her if she could not see the email that was sent to me earlier that day 11/19/20.  I then told her about the email, and she stuttered and her response was that it is still in vermont but they requested an interview at the Atl field office.

I was told when I got the temporary I-551 stamp 11/20/20, yesterday, that my case is indeed at the Atlanta field office.

 

I did indeed do an AOS interview.  But my question is for anyone else who has had the samething or is going through the same thing right now.

 

They were unable to tell me how long it has been at the ATL field office and how much longer to expect to hear something.  What I was advised however that I would never get mail that it transferred to the field office only when an interview is scheduled.

 

Can anyone who has had this experience share?

Nobody? 😩


B1/B2 Visa since 2012 > traveled 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 > Marriage > AOS

AOS Sent July 20th > PD > July 26th 2016

EAD approved in (87 days)

Received EAD Combo Card (101 days)

Interview May 30th 2017 (308 days) 

Case Approved May 30th 2017 (308 days)

Greencard received June 7th 2017 (316 days)

 

ROC 

Received Date - 5/14/2019

NOA - 5/17/2019

Conditional Greencard with ext expiration date 11/30/2020

Biometrics - 6/18/2019

Transfer to NBC - 4/20/20

Transfer back to Vermont Center - 4/21/20 (Never received that letter but USCIS agents over the phone advises this and have no explanation as to why it was transferred nor transferred back)

InfoPass - 11/20/20 (to get I-551 Stamp in Valid Passport)

 

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