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    California

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    K-1 Visa
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    California Service Center
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    Indonesia

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  1. Hello, Just received my NOA today (01/8/2020) regarding the transference of my I-175 (WAC Case No.). The letter explained that they completed the preliminary review of my case and it was transferred to the National Benefits Center in Missouri as a part of standard processing. This NOA letter dated 10/01/2020 (exactly 1 year from my I-751 date of receipt date, 10/01/2019) does not have any further instruction. It simply stated that the National Benefit Center office will notify me in writing when they make any decision or need more information from me. I'll take that this is a good sign?? I hope everyone is well, safe, and healthy. My best, J/G
  2. Hello, Just received my NOA today (01/8/2020) regarding the transference of my I-175 (WAC Case No.). The letter explained that they completed the preliminary review of my case and it was transferred to the National Benefits Center in Missouri as a part of standard processing. This NOA letter dated 10/01/2020 (exactly 1 year from my I-751 date of receipt date, 10/01/2019) does not have any further instruction. It simply stated that the National Benefit Center office will notify me in writing when they make any decision or need more information from me. I'll take that this is a good sign?? But then again, any news is a good news at this point for me. Thoughts? I hope everyone is well, safe, and healthy. My best, J/G
  3. Hello, I got two more emails this morning (10/3/20). One stated that my I751 (WAC) is again being transferred to another office. So it's now in the other 'other' office, it didn't specify which other 'other' office has my case. The other email stated that my I751 (WAC) is currently undergoing an "Initial Review". So you and I are in the same boat, I assume? I'll hope it'll be smooth sailing (pun intended) for both of us! Take care, stay healthy. Best, J/G
  4. Thank you both! "Yikes!" on the potential long wait time but it's not like I haven't been waiting a long time. So bring it on! Also, this morning at 4:30am I received an email saying that my I751 (WAC) is being transferred to another 'other' office. Well.. yeah.. 🥱 And then at 5:00am I received another email saying that my I751 is currently undergoing an "Initial Review" see below: So I assume this is a good sign, yes? Here's to hoping! J/G
  5. Hello, California Office September 2019 Filer here. Below is my timeline: 09/27/19 -- I-751 window opened 09/30/19 -- Filed I-751 via USPS 10/07/19 -- Check Cashed, Text Notice, received I797 Physical NOA (WAC Case Number) 06/14/20 -- Case Was Updated To Show Fingerprints Were Taken 06/17/20 -- I797-C Physical NOA 09/27/20 -- N-400 window opened 09/28/20 -- Filed for N-400 (3-year rule) online via https://my.uscis.gov/ 09/28/20 -- Electronic Receipt Notice (IOE Case Number) 10/01/20 -- Case Transfer to & Received at my Local Office So yes, this morning I woke up to an email from no-reply@uscis.dhs.gov with an update stating that: "Case Transferred And New Office Has Jurisdiction" On October 01, 2020, your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, Receipt Number WAC2090002XXX, was transferred to another USCIS office. That office now has jurisdiction over your case. We sent you a notice that explains why we moved your case. Please follow the instructions in the notice. If you do not receive your notice by October 31, 2020, please go to www.uscis.gov/e-request to request a copy of the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. and then another email saying: "Case Was Received At My Local Office" On October 01, 2020, we received your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, Receipt Number WAC2090002XXX, at your local office. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. QUESTION: 1. What do I make of this? Bad sign? Good sign? 2. Anyone on the same boat? What should I expect? 3. Is this normal? 4. What should I prepare / do now? 5. I'm in Los Angeles, so I imagine now the Downtown Los Angeles office is the one overseeing my case, correct? Please advise, anything would be great!!! Thank you! As always, I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. Good luck to all! Best, J/G
  6. Hello, September 2019 Filer here. Below is my timeline: 09/27/19 -- I-751 window opened 09/30/19 -- Filed I-751 via USPS 10/07/19 -- Check Cashed, Text Notice, received I797 Physical NOA (WAC Case Number) 06/14/20 -- Case Was Updated To Show Fingerprints Were Taken 06/17/20 -- I797-C Physical NOA 09/27/20 -- N-400 window opened 09/28/20 -- Filed for N-400 (3-year rule) online via https://my.uscis.gov/ 09/28/20 -- Electronic Receipt Notice (IOE Case Number) 10/01/20 -- Case Transfer to & Received at my Local Office So yes, this morning I woke up to an email from no-reply@uscis.dhs.gov with an update stating that: "Case Transferred And New Office Has Jurisdiction" On October 01, 2020, your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, Receipt Number WAC2090002XXX, was transferred to another USCIS office. That office now has jurisdiction over your case. We sent you a notice that explains why we moved your case. Please follow the instructions in the notice. If you do not receive your notice by October 31, 2020, please go to www.uscis.gov/e-request to request a copy of the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. and then another email saying: "Case Was Received At My Local Office" On October 01, 2020, we received your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, Receipt Number WAC2090002XXX, at your local office. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. QUESTION: 1. What do I make of this? Bad sign? Good sign? 2. Anyone on the same boat? What should I expect? 3. Is this normal? 4. What should I prepare / do now? 5. I'm in Los Angeles, so I imagine now the Downtown Los Angeles office is the one overseeing my case, correct? Please advise, anything would be great!!! Thank you! As always, I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. Good luck to all! Best, J/G
  7. If you're still having problem and are using iOS device, I'd recommend installing the Opera Browser for Mac (https://www.opera.com/download) I had the similar problem with OP (i.e repeated error messages, attachments would upload but disappeared in the review page). I was using Chrome. It was a stressful 6 hours. I used Opera and had absolutely no issues at all. All my attachments uploaded correctly, appeared on the review page, I received my notice online within the hour of submission, my documents appeared on my profile under the 'Documents' tab the next day. Good luck! J/G
  8. i have 3 employment periods that are overlapping one with the other. I had no issues, nor error message when completing the form online. You'll be fine. Best. J/G
  9. Hello All, I'm answering my own query here to hopefully help some if you in the future when submitting your form online on an iOS devices. This morning when accessing the myuscis website on Chrome I no longer receive the error messages like I did the night before, I was able to upload all my files with absolutely no issues. HOWEVER, when I arrive at the review page, this is what I see: (a god damn dashes everywhere. NOT cool!) So in my last effort to hopefully able to submit this for in the comfort of my own couch, while unshowered, and unmasked, I downloaded Opera Browser for Mac from their official website (https://www.opera.com/download). Why Opera? Because the 16 year-old tech nerd in me used to only operates on Opera back in early 2000 both on my PC and on my Nokia and Sony smartphone. So lo and behold, following a smooth and successful upload this was what I see upon my review page (I actually closed my eyes wishing for miracle while I scrolled to the bottom of the page): WERQ!! OPERA!!! YAASSS QWWWEEENNN!!!! So I then proceeded with the Review, Signature, CC Payment, and as of this morning (9/28/2020 at 8:20am PST) I have completed and submitted my N-400 application and received a receipt number beginning with "IOE" I hope this help some of you who are limited to iOS devices at home. Take care, stay safe and healthy. Best, J/G
  10. Hello All, I'm filing N-400 based on 3 year marriage. My 90 days window opened yesterday. I'm filing my application online, have had a N-400 draft started about 3 weeks ago, and have been going through it making sure everything is in place and no question is skipped. Today (Sunday 9/27/2020) I was trying to submit my application. I started working around 3pm. My thinking was to go through each page again before I submit the application but everytime I click "NEXT" to go to the next page, the website would give me an error message. I'd have to refresh the page again and again. By 6pm I finally made it to the "Evidence" section, by this time I was not in a good mood. I tried to upload my documents, each of my PDF is ranging from 150 Kb to 2 MB. Everytime I upload the a document it will give me the "Uploaded" status in the box, but as soon as I click "next" the website will give me a notice that "an unexpected error has occurred and they cannot retrieve my evidence draft". I tried it again and again still no success, I took 2 hours break, and started again at around 9pm. When I click on the "Evidence" tab, I can see my files but when I'm on the "Review" tab nothing but the dash ( - ) signs are listed under the Required and Additional Documents. I got so frustrated, I went back to the "Evidence" section and of course, all my files are gone. I thought it was my Chrome browser, but the same thing happened when I use Safari. When I review the draft, all of my answers were recorded and I did not get any "Red" or "Orange" alert, mine was green check mark stating that everything was correct in my form. Has anyone has this problem before? Any advise? Thoughts? My local Pasadena Water and Power's website does not work on Sunday (i.e. you can't process payment on Sunday), would it be the same case as the USCIS' website? I'm giving up for the night, will try again tomorrow. But what if the problem persists? PLEASE HELP!!!!!! I only have Mac at home. I could go to FedEx to use their PC but that involves me touching computers that's been touched with God knows how many people, and I have to be out in a public space. At normal time I'd do that easily, these days just the thought of it makes my stomach churn. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE! J/G
  11. Hello Everyone, My 90 days window to file N400 will open at the end of September 2020. At the moment I have an I-751 pending (filed September 2019, WAC case number). I will be applying for citizenship based on marriage and planned to submit the application online via https://my.uscis.gov/. I have several questions and I hope someone can enlighten me or direct me to the right post. 1. Re: Evidence; 3 years tax return. My husband (US Citizen) retired in 2012, left the US and travelled internationally beginning 2013. While he was traveling abroad he made ZERO income. He simply live from his savings and travelled. Advised by his tax lawyer he did not file tax from 2013 - 2017. We moved to the US, got married, and begin my AOS in 2017. In December 2017, I got my 2-year Conditional Green Card and as of March 2018 I began my employment in the US. We filed tax jointly for the 2018 and 2019 Fiscal Year. So when I have to submit the last 3 years of tax return documents, I only have our 2018 and 2019. Would this be an issue? During AOS process (i-485) we submitted a letter explaining our situation and we had no issue with my application. What are your thoughts? 2. Would applying for N-400 when my I-751 still pending create complications? These days I feel somewhat uneasy, with the coming election, pandemic, and whatnot. Anyone in the same boat in 2020? Please advise. 3. Am I correct to think that the REQUIRED evidence for N400 are only: Tax return (3 years), Certificate of Marriage, and Green Card (front and Back). Everything else would be considered supplementary and may be submitted with my application or bring during interview. Please advise. 4. What supplementary evidence would rank higher? Please advise. I hope someone can help. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. Take care, everyone. Stay safe, healthy, and God bless the USA! J/G
  12. Hello September Filers, No one has update from WAC office? My stat changed from received to "finger prints taken" in June 13, 2020 and nothing since then. Anyone with WAC case number has any luck? In August I received an email from VJ saying, "Your I-751 Approval Estimate: Your approval is past due" which I thought was a cruel joke... I mean I laughed... but something inside me died a little bit. When I see the timeline of Sept. filers who get approved, if count I right, it took appox. 8 months from biometric to approval. Is it safe to assume that this could be a general rule for all of us? I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. J/G
  13. I did. WAC209xxxxx. Biometric waived in June 13,2020. And no more update since then. Good luck. X
  14. Hello, Yeah i didn't think it through. I can't edit my post but I reported it, hopefully the Mods will be able to delete it ASAP. Sorry. Now I'm part of the problem and not the solution. Take care. J/G.
  15. Hey Larnar (and Mods), You put your complete Case Number in your post. That's probably not a wise decision. If you can't edit it, ask for the Visa Journey Moderators to delete your post and later repost WITHOUT your complete case number. Best, J/G
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