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Mr & Mrs Umer

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About Mr & Mrs Umer

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  • Birthday 07/16/1987
  • Member # 232430
  • Location Multan, Pakistan

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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    Woodland
  • State
    California
  • Interests
    Badminton, Soccer and movies

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Nebraska Service Center
  • Local Office
    Sacramento CA
  • Country
    Pakistan
  • Our Story
    Marriage: 7th February 2016I-130 Petition: 28th April 2016NOA1: 2nd May 2016Case Transferred: 25th August NOA2: 8th September 2016NVC Rec: 4th October 2016Cas# & IIN: 24th October 2016

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  1. I have N-400 interview next month & on USCIS letter its mentioned to bring spouse's Citizenship Certificate (which she lost somewhere after becoming citizen 10 years ago but has her valid passport instead) Though we have a photocopy of her Citizenship Certificate but don't have the original one and duplicate costs literally an arm and a leg. My question is; is it mandatory to have her certificate or just her US passport is fine? Please share your personal experience and knowledge for better guidance. TIA
  2. Finally they scheduled my interview for end of May for N-400 and I-751 still pending. I wonder if it's going to be a Combo interview or just N-400. ROC I-751 Filed 2019-03-08 Still pending and no status change observed Filed N400 online 2020-03-19 Bio Reused Notice 2020-12-14 Interview scheduled 2020-04-14 Actual interview on 2020-05-2X Sacramento, California is my local USCIS Office. Is there any way to figure out if its going to be combo or just N-400?
  3. You are NOT ALONE ROC I-751 Filed 2019-03-08 Bio Aptt 2019-07-31 Filed N400 online 2020-03-19 Bio Reused Notice 2020-12-14 They say, we are facing DELAYS due to Covid19 Sacramento, California is my local USCIS Office I guess we don't have any other option except to sit tight and wait... It depends on multiple factors, from State to local USCIS office workloads and most importantly your luck too, I have seen people stay stuck for 2 years and some lucky peeps get citizenship within 5 months. All I do is try to ignore tracking it lolss but it doesn't help much though
  4. Congratulations, Would you mind sharing that when did they Re-use your bio-metrics and what is your interview date. You can check it in your USCIS (Documents Tab) Just asking as they reused mine on 14th December and have not heard anything after that. Wish you good luck for your upcoming interview and please share your experience with us for knowledge sake, TIA
  5. I just checked my USCIS account and noticed a new update which appeared on 14th of December, U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has received your form and is currently processing your application, petition, or request. This notice informs you that USCIS is able to reuse your previously captured fingerprints and other biometrics. USCIS will run the same security checks and use your biometric data as in the past, however, it is not necessary for you to appear at a USCIS Application Support Center (ASC) for a biometrics appointment. The biometrics fee will not be refunded. USCIS is continuing to process your application, petition, or request. USCIS will contact you in writing if any additional information is necessary to resolve your case. My Service Center is showing as "NBC" for my N-400, My ROC I-751 is still pending since March 2019 and since July 2019 its showing "Scheduling your interview" Should I expect something in near future or its just a routine based notice. My local USCIS office is Sacramento, Ca. I would appreciate that if somebody would share his/her knowledge about this notice. Thank you everyone, Good luck and stay strong. We are almost there. Fingers Crossed
  6. I just check my USCIS account and noticed a new update which appeared on 14th of December, U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has received your form and is currently processing your application, petition, or request. This notice informs you that USCIS is able to reuse your previously captured fingerprints and other biometrics. USCIS will run the same security checks and use your biometric data as in the past, however, it is not necessary for you to appear at a USCIS Application Support Center (ASC) for a biometrics appointment. The biometrics fee will not be refunded. USCIS is continuing to process your application, petition, or request. USCIS will contact you in writing if any additional information is necessary to resolve your case. My Service Center is showing as "NBC" for my N-400, My ROC I-751 is still pending since March 2019 and since July 2019 its showing "Scheduling your interview" Should I expect something in near future or its just a routine based notice. My local USCIS office is Sacramento, Ca. I would appreciate that if somebody would share his/her knowledge about this notice. Thank you everyone, Good luck and stay strong. We are almost there. Fingers Crossed
  7. I am WAC and since MARCH 2019 it says, we are scheduling your interview, which hasn't happened yet and I have filed N400 in March 2020 as well. Its very frustrating and depressing... How many of you March Filers are still waiting for ROC? Just wanted to know that I am not alone...
  8. congratulations, have you filed for N-400? I am asking you because I have applied ROC in March 2019 and N-400 in March 2020 and have not heard anything since past 18 months, just wondering should I expect a combo or separate interviews. My receipt starts with WAC and status is showing "scheduling your interview" since beginning and after fingers scan, Covid happened...
  9. So without confirmed appointment security doest let you in, doesnt matter its Emergency or whatever, they have instructions to let through people with appointments only. I went on my appointment day (28th Sep) a little earlier and they sent me back and asked me to come only 15 minutes earlier. After clearing the security there was another officer was confirming appointments outside the office (2nd floor) and he matched my appointment time and name and then let me go inside the office. Then 3rd checkpoint where my picture was taken and scanned my both hands index fingers and verified my expired Green card and then finally I was in the line for my turn. Officer didnt ask anything, just requested my Valid Passport and GC (which she confiscated after giving me I-551 Stamp on my passport (valid for a year) The whole process barely took less than 5 minutes and even asked about my case status which she checked and asked me to expect a combo interview in coming months. She said system has requested Bio-metrics for N-400 and you are in line for finger scans. The whole Crew at Sacramento USCIS Office was nice and they greeted nicely plus they were helpful throughout the process. I hope it helps
  10. So without confirmed appointment security doest let you in, doesnt matter its Emergency or whatever, they have instructions to let through people with appointments only. I went on my appointment day a little earlier and they sent me back and asked me to come only 15 minutes earlier. After clearing the security there was another officer was confirming appointments outside the office (2nd floor) and he matched my appointment time and name and then let me go inside the office. Then 3rd checkpoint where my picture was taken and scanned my both hands index fingers and verified my expired Green card and then finally I was in the line for my turn. Officer didnt ask anything, just requested my Valid Passport and GC (which she confiscated after giving me I-551 Stamp on my passport (valid for a year) The whole process barely took less than 5 minutes and even asked about my case status which she checked and asked me to expect a combo interview in coming months. She said system has requested Bio-metrics for N-400 and you are in line for finger scans. The whole Crew at Sacramento USCIS Office was nice and they greeted nicely plus they were helpful throughout the process. I hope it helps
  11. Well thats prove them typical USCIS, doesnt matter how much you corner them or put pressure through your representatives but they will always make you feel "We are the Bosses here baby" Good luck
  12. Yeh, i am gonna go tomorrow and lets see, what they do. At least I wont regret it that I didnt try, I have all my paperwork with me. Did they let you in for walk ins or you have to schedule over the phone?
  13. Are you sure they still take Walk ins? I know they used to do that but now they dont, if you have some recent information about it, I would definitely try it.
  14. One could be this much lucky and I am struggling in California and they are continuously denying me with a simple pre written email that I dont qualify for an info pass appointment. I am soc sick of it, they say that they are only scheduling for emergency purposes. God they are so mean, I bought tickets in January and then covid happened and now flight operation resume and have whole family rescheduled $4000 worth tickets because if we dont travel within 12 months, they will expire. Here comes the USCIS pain in the a**, so rude and cold hearted people who are trying their best to hush me away from appointment. First they were giving me excuse that come within 10 days expiry and now I dont qualify for emergency criteria. I would appreciate if you share your experience that what on earth you told them that you got it, please share your tips, suggestions welcome lols I am losing my mind seriously
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