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ie1059

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  1. Thank you Sir! Actually, my passport does not expire until 2024, way later than the current I-551 stamp expring. The issue is the 'maybe damaged' passport, the binding of the pages has come lose, the cover and page booklet dangling with 2 threads Not sure if that is valid or not? And if the I-551 in it is valid also or not.
  2. Hello Dear Friends, I have a valid I-551 on my passport, however, only the binding of the passport is loose, held by 2 stitches. Everything else is intact and legible. Is the I-551 valid on that, and is the passport valid? Does this fall under the definition of a damaged passport being invalid for travel? If I obtain a replacement passport from my home country's consulate, will the I-551 be valid on the older passport or would I need to obtain a new I-551 in the new passport after its issue.
  3. Hi All, The MSC NBC center filers/transferred who are waiting for an interview, usually have their physical file at NBC until their respective local field office is able to schedule an interview. If you see my previous posts, you can notice that the USCIS processing time for a case filed and awaiting at 'All Field Offices' dropdown option for an interview already had a signifcant waiting period before one could successfully file an 'out of normal processing time request'. Well, apparently, that has further INCREASED TO 49 MONTHS!! You should have a filing date of July 12 2017, before which one can be eligible to send the 'out of normal processing time' request. I am seriously losing hope here!! Stressing me out big time. May God guide me through this arduous process and make me calm, live my life each day as it comes.
  4. @Zowky, hi there! Since you have your application at NBC, and have an interview scheduled, you should look at the "all field offices" section. I actually was also confused to look in texas or all field offices, I too am an SRC filer in Nov 2018. Usually, all divorce waiver cases may go via NBC for interview scheduling, and then physcially remain there until local office schedules an interview. I had sent an inquiry via my local congressperson and USCIS got back to them with a detailed explanation, they said that physically the case file is still at NBC, but case has been transferred to my local field office and is awaiting an interview date, once that happens they will physically move the case file as well to the local office. They specifically mentioned to monitor the processing time under the "all field offices" section. Hope this helps! Just today the worse case time for local office adjudication is 35 months. Until yesterday it was 29months. If your receipt date is before May 2018, you can inquire, but will be of no use, they will send the generic response that we already know, that once local office schedules case, it will send us a mail with the date and time. All the best!
  5. For my Nov-2018 filed I-751, later changed to waiver petition, the status was I have an interview ready to be scheduled with local office, and per USCIS, the processing times should be looked at under "All Field Offices" Did you all know?? Until yesterday the receipt date for case inquiry was Dec 03, 2018. It showed a max of 29 months. I already had sent multiple inquiry and another inquiry via my local congressperson, but now they have PULLED BACK THE PROCESSING TIME TO MAY 2018!! MAX TIME IS 35 MONTHS!!! WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON??? THEY PULLED IT BACK BY 6 MONTHS! WHY??!! FRUSTRATED AND ANGRY!
  6. Congratulations!! For my Nov-2018 filed I-751, later changed to waiver petition, the status was I have an interview ready to be scheduled with local office, and per USCIS, the processing times should be looked at under "All Field Offices" Did you all know?? Until yesterday the receipt date for case inquiry was Dec 03, 2018. It showed a max of 29 months. I already had sent multiple inquiry and another inquiry via my local congressperson, but now they have PULLED BACK THE PROCESSING TIME TO MAY 2018!! MAX TIME IS 35 MONTHS!!! WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON??? THEY PULLED IT BACK BY 6 MONTHS! WHY??!! FRUSTRATED AND ANGRY!
  7. Hi, I am in quite a similar situation according to your timeline, filed in Nov 2018, contacted congresswoman of my district, the reply they got was that my case is with my local office but physically the A-File is still at NBC (That's where all files are routed through that need an interview for adjudication). USCIS also told my congresswoman that I should look for the processing times not for Texas (SRC) but for the "All Field Offices" dropdown option. That option now shows 1st week of November 2018 in the worst case. I am hoping that in April sometime I should get my interview scheduled.
  8. Hi! I hope your interview goes great and you pass with flying colors!! Don't worry, God is with you! I am a Nov 2018 SRC joint filer, got 2 RFE's, one for additional evidence, sent a 7 lb package to them and changed to waiver at the same time, and another RFE asking for the divorce decree, smack in the middle of COVID lockdown. My court process wasn't over due to covid delays and non-cooperation from spouse, so had to send the RFE response with the divorce petition and explaining court delays due to COVID. Later they moved from SRC to National Benefits Center, then changed status to ready to schedule interview, still waiting on that. While waiting, court process completed, and sent in my divorce decree as response to the 2nd RFE again, they receieved that response is the latest update from them. Been 28 months since filing, totally out of the processing time for SRC filers. Have contacted my congressperson, they sent in request to USCIS on my behalf, but haven't heard back as well.
  9. Driver License replacement/renewal is not considered as an emergency during covid. I tried to get an appointments at least 4 times with that reason. Always denied. However, keep calling. I was honest with my reason, and was lucky to speak to a nice lady who understood and got me an appointment anyways.
  10. Hello all, hope everyone is well and safe. My timeline: Nov'18: i-751 filed, SRC Apr'19: biometrics done Nov'19: rfe for additional evidence, same time USC spouse left me and is living oustide US now. Feb'20: responded to rfe and changed to waiver peitition, filed for divorce. Feb'20: received 2nd rfe asking for final divorce decree. Deadline is end of May (unfortunately, missed the march 1st onwards auto 60 day extension due to covid-19 just by 1 day) I-751 original 18 month extension expiring in June'20. Spouse not cooperating with divorce in any way. I tried for agreed divorce, but no cooperation, spouse says doesn't want anything to do with it. Divorce attorney said no way divorce will be finalized before 2nd rfe deadline due to local court covid-19 delays. I would need to get i-551 stamp so that I can continue to legally work even if i get denial if 2nd rfe deadline is missed. Since USCIS in-person appointements are closed, what is the best I can do? Any help/advise is appreciated. Thanks!
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