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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: South Korea
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Hello everyone,

 

It's that time again to deal with USCIS to move my wife into the next stage of her immigration process. We filed our I-751 and USPS indicated they received our documents on 04/22. However, we have not yet received an NOA1 indicating that our documents were received or that a case was opened with USCIS. Normally, this is supposed to take 10 business days to acknowledge receipt of the documents, so I am getting quite nervous with her green card expiring at the end of June. I tried emailing the lockbox support, but, apparently, they won't respond for an I-751 notice. I also tried calling the call center, which directs me either to an automated system that either hangs up on me or tells me to email lockbox. Is anyone else having a similar experience with a delay with receiving their NOA1? Does anyone have any advice for what to do if my wife's green card expires before we get one? Any tips for getting through to a live agent with the call center? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks and best of luck to everyone who is also filing.

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Country: Cuba
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CA filer here. Sent my package out on 2/11/21 by USPS, delivered on 2/12 to the Arizona PO Box, USCIS received my case on 2/16, didn't hear anything until 4/5 I received my NOA in mail, my NOA date marked as 3/31 on the paperwork. I didn't even know when did they process my fees lol. I was told by my attorney to be patient since California Service Center is blah, swamped. She originally told me that it might take 60-90 days to get the NOA in mail, if it doesn't arrive after 90 days, then it's an abnormal situation which needs to look into. So when I got it on 4/5, I was overly thrilled lol, cuz I was not even expecting it al all.

 

I know it sucks, but sigh, all we can say to ourselves is, hang in there!


I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence with Waivers

wait...ING......

California Service Center

 

📊 I-751 February Filers Google Sheet 📅   https://bit.ly/2OWQ8KT 

                       📊 I-751 Filers Google Sheet by Service Centers 📅   https://bit.ly/33uPGr5  (non-editable)

 

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It is taking 4 to 6 weeks on average to get the NOA1.

If you included a G-1145 with your packet, when your case is accepted, you'll receive a message on your phone with your case number. The NOA1 should arrive a few days after that. 

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Just now, SignorMagnifico said:

Thanks for the replies, everyone. I'll keep hanging in there, then.

Hello, here's the April filers spreadsheet where you can see how other April filers are faring. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1uJwpaHzGIuuvbVMXK5h-F8KH3hCh88kMxpxC4uOJOk8/edit#gid=0

 

Also, feel free to reply to the April filers thread and join hands to get through this misery of waiting for RoC! :D


N-400

04-13-2022: Applied online; case received

04-15-2022: Biometric reused; case being actively reviewed

 

RoC

04-14-2021: Package mailed

04-16-2021: Package delivered

05-04-2021: Text received (LIN)

05-05-2021: Check cashed

05-07-2021: I-797 received , GC extended by 18 months

05-28-2021: Biometrics waived -|- Case updated to Fingerprints taken
06-04-2021: Biometrics letter received (dated 05-28-2021)

05-10-2022: New card being produced

05-11-2022: Case approved

05-12-2022: Card mailed

05-16-2022: Card received; also received approval notice letter

 

Marriage based AoS
07-14-2018: Priority date
07-31-2018: Biometric review complete
07-31-2018: RFIE (I-864 related)
11-29-2018: Case ready for interview; EAD card being produced
06-04-2019: Interview scheduled
07-11-2019: Interview; new card being produced

07-18-2019: Card delivered

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13 hours ago, SignorMagnifico said:

I got my NOA1 today!

Awesome. Time to relax a bit and wait it out then :D


N-400

04-13-2022: Applied online; case received

04-15-2022: Biometric reused; case being actively reviewed

 

RoC

04-14-2021: Package mailed

04-16-2021: Package delivered

05-04-2021: Text received (LIN)

05-05-2021: Check cashed

05-07-2021: I-797 received , GC extended by 18 months

05-28-2021: Biometrics waived -|- Case updated to Fingerprints taken
06-04-2021: Biometrics letter received (dated 05-28-2021)

05-10-2022: New card being produced

05-11-2022: Case approved

05-12-2022: Card mailed

05-16-2022: Card received; also received approval notice letter

 

Marriage based AoS
07-14-2018: Priority date
07-31-2018: Biometric review complete
07-31-2018: RFIE (I-864 related)
11-29-2018: Case ready for interview; EAD card being produced
06-04-2019: Interview scheduled
07-11-2019: Interview; new card being produced

07-18-2019: Card delivered

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