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Oath Ceremony after case transfering. ETA accurate?
12:52 pm October 16, 2019


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I have found myself in a tough spot, entirely my fault by the way... but this is where I am and I was hoping someone out there might have some advice.

I had my citizenship interview on October 7th, 2019. My case was transfered from Seattle, WA to Portland, OR due to USCIS' attempt to even case loads. Everything went smoothly, I got approved and was offered a sameday Oath but if I chose not to, he said the Oath would be scheduled in Seattle.

About, 30 mins before the Ceremony I got a call, as it turned out their certificate machine was not working and they had to cancel the ceremony.

The estimate case completition time now says January (3 months) on the website, the status also shows as 'We approved your application' and hasn't even changed to 'You are in line for the Oath Ceremony'. I have also seen someone who had an interview in Seattle (not Portland) on the same day as me already received their Oath Ceremony date, and also someone who also got transfered to Portland have to wait around 3 month until their Oath Ceremony date.

Well, here is the deal. I had bough some plane tickets on my married name. The airline is saying that to change the name to my maiden name (non-US passport) I have to pay a fee and then they'd re-issue the ticket and I'd have to pay the difference (the trip is around Christmas time so you can imagine that prices are getting higher the closer we get to the date).

I have tried calling USCIS to request an appointment at my local office and the lady I spoke to was very short from the begining, I don't even think she was listening to anything I was saying, and basically told me 'yeah, tough luck'.

So here I am wondering if there is anything I can do, other than wait to see if I get lucky (though as you have seen my luck is pretty lacking). The fact that all this is happening because a printing machine broke is frustrating beyond I can express. I am not sure what to do, or if there is even anything I CAN do, besides beating myself over not buying the ticket on my maiden name.

Anyway, if any of you have some words of advice I'd be very greatful!


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Vaccines - AOS
11:40 pm October 14, 2019


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I am currently waiting for my NOA2 and meanwhile I am trying to get information about the vaccines I should take in my country before traveling to united states (I was told it is better to do that , than additional procedure in U.S to have my list complete for AOS)

So my question are:

  1. All the vaccines in the following list should be completed?
  2. If I don't have record of the vaccines I took can doctor make and imunization exam to discover the ones I took? I had influenza shot some months ago but the doctor didn't gave me a card about it (Can't contact them either because they came to my work and I really don't know which hospital they were from, I just know it was given by the goverment. I already contacted them and they gave me 6 numbers to call (The possibilities to find that record are 10%)
  3. Does anybody know what the "A", "B", "C"... "H" mean on this? (I got the image from the internet)

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birth certificate last name has accent mark but passport and visa stamp donít.
2:22 am October 3, 2019

Cecilia sernaque

Cecilia sernaque

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My peruvian birth certificate has an accent mark in my last name but my passport and visa stamp don t, and this is because my another country ID was print everything in capital letters which means no accent marks. In order to get the passport and visa i had to use that ID and no my birth certificate.
So I wonder if this would be an issue when I apply for the AOS.
Thanks so much in advanced! ?

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DCF in Lima, Peru for I-130 Petition
3:40 am September 21, 2019


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My (Peruvian) husband and I went to Lima and successfully filed our I-130 Petition for Alien Relative on June 27, 2019 . When we consulted at the embassy earlier in the week they gave us this list of requirements to file for the I-130 specifically at the Lima embassy. I am attaching an image of it below.

On August 2nd, 2019 I received an email from UCSIS saying:

"We are pleased to inform you that the USCIS Lima Field Office approved the I-130 Petition that you filed on June 27, 2019. Attached you will find the Notice of Approval. The U.S. Consulate General in Lima, Peru has been notified of this decision and they will be sending further instructions to your home address."

On September 4th, 2019 we received a mailed letter from the embassy to our address in Pucallpa (the one you put as your current address on the I-130 form) with the physical letter form of the email from UCSIS and the letter from the consulate saying we have our code to make our visa appointment! That's the second photo I attached below.

Feel free to ask me any questions. We currently live in Pucallpa, Peru so I can provide information on getting certain documents in Pucallpa ;).

Hope this helps someone!


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Question about medical exam with no vaccines records
11:53 pm September 13, 2019



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hi everyone! i have to do the medical exams before my interview but i have no vaccines records. I had all my vaccines when i was little and i lost my record. Any idea what am i supposed to do? how much does it cost? is there a way to get free vaccines? I live in queens NYC, i know i need to find an autorized doctor in my area but i want to know whats the best way to do all of this.


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