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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: England
Timeline

Hi everyone,

My husband got his bio-metrics taken in October. We just got another letter in the mail saying he has a bio-metrics appointment April 13. Why?? I didn't think we had to go TWICE.

Any thoughts?

Thanx

Jen

My visa timeline - Bringing my british fiance into the US

2005

01/27 Sent off the I-129F, priority mail w/confirmation

01/29 Application received by VSC

02/01 Processing of application begins

02/04 Receive I-797C Notice of Action

30-45 day wait....

03/23 I-129F is approved (email notify)

03/25 Receive I-797 Notice of Action (speedy!)

03/30 Receive letter from The State Dept's National Visa Center

notifying me that fiance petition will be sent to American

Embassy in London within a week. Package 3 coming soon

4/15 Fiance receives Package 3

4/28 Sends back what is required from Package 3

5/12 Receives Interview date - May 25

5/18 Medical exam

5/25 Interview!!! - Approved for visa

5/27 Moved over to the United States

7/06 Get married in simple ceremony w/ JOP

7/19 Apply for social security number (immigration had printed A# wrong on the back of the I-94 so we were hassled a bit)

7/28 Receive SS card

8/02 Ordered tax transcripts from IRS

8/05 Received transcripts in mail

8/06 Mail off AOS & applications - priority mail/deliv confirm

8/08 Chicago lockbox receives package

8/15 Receive NOA for AOS

9/15 Receive RFE for vaccinations

10/19 Biometrics Appt

11/17 EAD approved!!!

2006

6/15 Received conditional perm residence status

p.s. I am not a lawyer, please don't sue me! thanx :)

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Probably the one appointment that you got in october was for EAD application and the one that you got now is for AOS application. Sometimes people get 1 appointment for both, and sometimes it's 2 appointments separatedly. Dependa on what's available at your ASC I guess, how busy they are, etc'.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
Timeline

Really? I didn't know some people got two. Unusual. Learn something new everyday. :)

26 January 2005 - Entered US as visitor from Canada.
16 May 2005 - Assembled health package, W2s.
27 June 2005 - Sent package off to Chicago lockbox.
28 June 2005 - Package received at Chicago lockbox.
11 July 2005 - RFE: cheques inappropriately placed.
18 July 2005 - NOA 1: I-485, I-131, I-765 received!
19 July 2005 - NOA 1: I-130 received!
24 August 2005 - Biometrics appointment (Naperville, IL).
25 August 2005 - AOS touched.
29 August 2005 - AP, EAD, I-485 touched.
15 September 2005 - AP and EAD approved!
03 February 2006 - SSN arrives (150 days later)
27 February 2006 - NOA 2: Interview for 27 April!!
27 April 2006 - AOS Interview, approved after 10 minutes!
19 May 2006 - 2 year conditional green card.
01 May 2008 - 10 year green card arrives.
09 December 2012 - Assembled N-400 package.
15 January 2013 - Sent package off to Phoenix.
28 January 2013 - RFE: signature missing.
06 February 2013 - NOA 1: N-400 received!
27 February 2013 - Biometrics appointment (Detroit, MI).
01 April 2013 - NOA 2: Interview assigned.

15 May 2013 - Naturalization Interview, approved after 15 minutes.

10 June 2013 - Naturalized.

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