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About Prystine

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  1. My Husband's estimated case completion shows as September 2020 as well...We shall see what happens and when we get the re-scheduled biometrics appt. will be interesting 🤔
  2. Yep, that has to do with the browser. I ran into the same issues when we were uploading documents (I use Chrome Primarily as well) on the initial application and they would be there and then when you went to save and review, all the documents would no longer be uploaded, they were just gone like the other users experienced. Switched to Internet Explorer as per all the other responses I found about it and it worked properly. I know right!! Absolutely crazy that they haven't had a developer go in and fix the coding and bugs and expand or completely replace their core build they used for IE with Chrome or Firefox, etc...but you know that requires logic and common sense and that is not something easily to come by these days, let alone with USCIS.
  3. Just as an FYI, most all browsers have this issues uploading files when you submit your application EXCEPT for Internet Explorer. Seems that is the main browser USCIS has used for all its online forms. Also have had several other users that called USCIS about the same exact thing, the USCIS Reps told them to us Internet Explorer and it worked properly. So Anyone in the future that is submitting their app online, Use Internet Explorer instead of other web browsers.
  4. and they just extended the office closures until at least May 3rd...god the backlog this is going to cause 😕
  5. I wonder how many of us that hasn't received any cancellation/reschedule notice will fall through the cracks due to all this 🤨
  6. Yep, sadly this is going to cause a lovely backlog and several people that have or had scheduled appts. haven't received any notice of cancellation. I wonder how many of us are going to fall through the cracks for being rescheduled on things because of this. 🤨
  7. USCIS updated their website today on the cloased offices section to show that all offices are temporarily closed until at least April 1st: URL for the website: https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/uscis-office-closings
  8. USCIS updated their website today to show that all offices are now offically closed until at least April 1: URL for the website: https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/uscis-office-closings
  9. Yeah, we answered 1 for both (since we have only ever been married to eachother); however, when I downloaded the form after the app was submitte, it was 1 for my husband (the LPR) and it had a 0 in the spouse field question. Can't change anything on it now but I was freaking out for a bit because the system had changed it so IDK. Just have to deal with it if it comes up later.
  10. Not all offices are closed. Currently, there is only 2 field offices that are fully closed, both in CA, San Francisco & San Jose and 3 other field support offices: https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/uscis-office-closings you can check the website daily to see if other offices are added. Several other sites may be cancelling/rescheduling appts. to limit the number of people coming into the field offices at one time; but they are still processing cases. Unless you get a cancellation notice or re-schedule notice for your appt. before the day of your appt. you should still plan on going to your appt. Just make sure to check the above office closures the day before and the day of your appt. to make sure that the office isn't closed and if its not, then go to your appt. If it is closed, then you should have received something in the mail and/or online about your appt. being cancelled/rescheduled. If you haven't then I would be submitting an inquiry or calling them to find out why.
  11. This is because not ALL USCIS offices are closed and are still open, they are just limiting the number of people coming in. This is also why they state that "USCIS domestic field offices will send notices to applicants and petitioners with scheduled appointments and naturalization ceremonies impacted by this closure" meaning that if you have an appointment and haven't received a notice that it's been cancelled and/or rescheduled by the day of your appt. you need to check the website: https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/uscis-office-closings to see if your office is on the list of closed or changed hours and if it's not, then go to your scheduled appt.
  12. Just checked and the biometrics appt. letter is now viewable online for us and they've scheduled our appt. for 3/30/2020. Fun times, lol.😉
  13. Yay!! And we just got the update today as well that his biometrics appt. has been scheduled but cannot see the letter either but it does say that it can take a few days to show up. Like you I'm impressed at how quick they are updating. Hope it isn't a glitch, lol. Wishing you well on this last leg of the journey. 😄
  14. Hello all!! Well here we go again for the final phase of dealing with USCIS . We just submitted my husbands n400 online today 3/13/2020.
  15. No, you won't have to worry about doing biometrics for your ROC i751 since you got the letter advising that they are re-using your previous biometrics from the AOS process. The next time you will have to deal with biometrics possibly is when you go to do your naturalization if you decide to become a US Citizen when you qualify.
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