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~Alessa~

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About ~Alessa~

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    K-1 Visa
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    Russia

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  1. Little update my friends)) I didn't go. I was reading that USCIS computer can schedule interviews automatically but if they're not ready to interview you they will cancel it. Right after I filed in February my "estimated completion time" was August 2020 (before COVID), got my biometrics letter and get it done in March no problem then COVID happened I wasn't even hoping for an interview and honestly was surprised my estimated completion time was still "August". I guess their computer scheduled my interview automatically but they were just not ready to interview me yet because they were closed for at least 2 months and they need to interview people who got "cancelled". I assume most USCIS field offices were closed for at least 2 months, now, in my opinion everyone's interviews would be delayed by at least a month and "estimated time" would increase a little bit for everyone. Estimated completion time for me now is September 2020 and my status is "interview is cancelled". Also, I noticed they generally schedule N-400 interview a month in advance, mine was scheduled just 2 weeks in advance.
  2. Congratulations on your interview! Wow, you filed back in September 2019 you for sure deserve your interview!))) I filed mine in February 2020.
  3. Right after I filed my N-400 back in February my estimated completion time was August 2020 and it was this way until recently. On July 28 I got scheduled to be interviewed for August 12, than, on July 29, USCIS de-scheduled my interview. I guess their computer scheduled my interview automatically but they were just not ready to interview me yet. I assume because most USCIS field offices were closed for at least 2 months, now, everyone's interviews would be delayed by at least a month. Estimated completion time for me now is September 2020.
  4. Was it CR1 for sure? If yes, than it would IR1 for 10 year old. If you have any photocopy's of your card you can see a category code on it. But if you entered as K-1 fiance it should be (CF1 / IF1)
  5. Hello! My Green Card first had CR6 on it than after ROC it became IR6 category, I entered as fiance K-1. The thing is both of our GC's are wrong 😀. From the beginning we supposed to have: CF-1 Alien whose record of admission is created upon the conclusion of a valid marriage contract after entering as a fiance or fiancee of a U.S. citizen. Conditional. Later, IF-1 Alien whose record of admission is created upon the conclusion of a valid marriage contract after entering as a fiance or fiancee of a U.S. citizen.
  6. It is St. Louis, MO. On the USCIS website I looked at the list of the field offices that are currently closed due to COVID-19 and the St. Louis one is not there. Also, USCIS might furlough their employees due to financial hardship but they delayed it until August 31.
  7. Thank you for your response! Wow, I think it is disrespectful for USCIS to abandon people not explaining them what's going on.
  8. Thank you for your response! And thanks to everyone for helping me to relieve my anxiety. Yes, posts I have read are all pre-covid. I'm strongly inclined not to go. I'm a type of person who worries all the time. I always follow the rules too. If I was a person who never reads stuff online I won't even think twice that USCIS cancelled me by accident. Most people who get "cancelled" probably just don't even worry and wait for another letter.
  9. Hello, around 2 hours. Yeah, it gives me anxiety thinking about it. AOS, ROC went super smooth, didn't expect anything would go weird with N-400. It is 50/50, some people (including USCIS contact center) would say not to go, others say they would go. What made me think that I need to go is reading topics online when other people (especially from the old 2008 topics) say they went to a cancelled interview and actually got interviewed and cancellation was some kind of accident.
  10. Hello. So I filed my N-400 application in February 2020, got my biometrics done in March. July 28 USCIS scheduled my interview for August 12 , July 29 they cancelled it and they also use term "de-scheduled". I use online account so I could see all the notices before they arrived in the mail. So I have 2 notices arrived in the mail one is for my "interview" the other one is the cancellation one. I called USCIS to confirm if it's really cancelled and not a glitch in their system, the lady on the phone looked at my account and said it is cancelled but she did not provide a reason why it's cancelled. My "case status" on the USCIS website is "Interview is cancelled". From my research online some people say it's better to go to the interview just in case but it is a long trip for me just to be told it's cancelled. Am I overthinking or should I take a trip and hope I can get an interview?
  11. Ok so my interview got cancelled and "De-Scheduled", estimated time now September. In the notice it says they cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
  12. Congratulations!!! Did you receive your naturalization certificate that day or they will mail it to you?
  13. Hey everyone, I'm just curious about how people are supposed to update their immigration status with SSA office during this pandemic? All the SSA offices are temporarily closed until further notice. From what I read there is an option to schedule an appointment but this is specifically for those who would like to apply for SSA benefits.
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