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Jan 07 filers about?

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Just wondering if there are any Jan 07 filers around, mine has a receipt date of January 25th. Nearly there *bites fingernails*


I-751 sent to NSC: 01/--/07

NOA1: 01/25/07

Biometrics: 02/23/07

Tick..tock

Contacted congressman, ombudsman late March

Got 1 yr stamp and case moved to CSC: 04/02/08

Approved: 04/08/08. Done with USCIS for a few years. :)

Card received: 04/14/08

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I filled in December 06 and I'm still waiting.


TIMELINE

I-751 (removing conditions on residency):

December 17, 2006: Sent I-751 to NSC

December 27, 2006: NOA1 date

January 20, 2007: Biometrics appointment

January 29, 2008: Card production ordered

February 5, 2008: New card received.

N-400 (Citizenship):

December 18, 2007: Sent N-400 to NSC

December 19, 2007: Received date & Priority date

December 26, 2007: Notice date - 100 days

January 24, 2008: Biometrics appointment

February 25, 2008: Interview notice received

May 28, 2008: Interview (Chicago, IL) - PASSED

June 24, 2008: Oath letter received

July 1, 2008: Oath ceremony, application for US Passport filled at local post office

July 11, 2008: Passport received.

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL VJERS FOR THEIR HELP AND SUPPORT!

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Just wondering if there are any Jan 07 filers around, mine has a receipt date of January 25th. Nearly there *bites fingernails*
We filed on Jan 17 and we are finished with the I-751 process. It was approved on March 16 & received green card on March 20. Your case is very long.

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Just wondering if there are any Jan 07 filers around, mine has a receipt date of January 25th. Nearly there *bites fingernails*
We filed on Jan 17 and we are finished with the I-751 process. It was approved on March 16 & received green card on March 20. Your case is very long.

NO, her or his case is not "very long". Nebraska usually process the I-751 within 8 months.


TIMELINE

I-751 (removing conditions on residency):

December 17, 2006: Sent I-751 to NSC

December 27, 2006: NOA1 date

January 20, 2007: Biometrics appointment

January 29, 2008: Card production ordered

February 5, 2008: New card received.

N-400 (Citizenship):

December 18, 2007: Sent N-400 to NSC

December 19, 2007: Received date & Priority date

December 26, 2007: Notice date - 100 days

January 24, 2008: Biometrics appointment

February 25, 2008: Interview notice received

May 28, 2008: Interview (Chicago, IL) - PASSED

June 24, 2008: Oath letter received

July 1, 2008: Oath ceremony, application for US Passport filled at local post office

July 11, 2008: Passport received.

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL VJERS FOR THEIR HELP AND SUPPORT!

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