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TLC

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About TLC

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  • Member # 241394
  • Location Los Angeles, CA, USA

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  • City
    Los Angeles
  • State
    California

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Removing Conditions (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    National Benefits Center
  • Local Office
    Los Angeles CA
  • Country
    Italy

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  1. Hi all, I wondered if anyone thinks there will be any issue for conditional green card holders applying for PUA as this program does not work the same as regular unemployment insurance (it's specifically for independent contractors and self-employed who do not have employers who pay unemployment insurance). I believe it's all federal money supporting the program, correct? Will this bring up any public charge issues?
  2. I would also add that this is true for ROC filed after Dec 2018 when the interview guidance changed. Many who did not have interviews at AOS can still be approved for their ROC without interviews if they applied before Dec 2018.
  3. Hi @ortizan, you may be eligible for unemployment in North Carolina if you worked there previously. Have you reached out to them?
  4. In following the trends over the past year, CR-1s who have not been interviewed by USCIS before will have interviews scheduled for their ROCs if they filed after Dec 2018. Many MSC application numbers are CR-1, but not all.
  5. Yes, see my and @Renegade's postings in the "Processing Times (I-751) for MSC (National Benefits Center)" thread. We both received the same update.
  6. HI Boodaloo1, I just spoke with the call center and he confirmed that none of the local offices are closed anymore including Seattle. I would double-check. Though I know information continues to change by the hour. I've seen in the forum that you have to wait until you are within the 30 days of expiration in order to schedule an info pass appt. Good luck to you!
  7. Hi, this morning I just received the same notice as Renegade: Interview Cancelled On March 12, 2020, we cancelled the interview scheduled for your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, Receipt Number MSC19907XXXXX. We will notify you by mail if the appointment is rescheduled, a decision is made, or if the office needs something from you. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. This was confusing because we have never received an interview notice. Been at "Ready to be scheduled for an interview" since June 5th. I called the 800 number and was told that, while an official interview was not scheduled, the Request for an Interview does expire and needs to be refiled to be put the petition back in the queue. This is most likely because they have a back-up in applications and with the other interviews they have to schedule and complete that were in the queue before my husband. At least he confirmed the petition was at my local office. And he thought, maybe, I would be getting a letter from them. Nothing to do but continue to wait. Not super clear, but that was the info I was given. (Sigh) "Never Ending Stooorieeeee, lalala lalala lalala"...
  8. Hi, gentle request to whoever is changing the formatting on the MSC spreadsheet: please change it back to how it was before when you are finished, please. It's very difficult to read and see any trends now. Thank you.
  9. @Znzn2 and @justwill, neither of you had interviews for your IR-1/CR-1 I-751 application? This is the first I have heard of an IR-1/CR-1 I-751 application filed after November 2018 that did not have an interview. Did either of you ever have interviews with USCIS previously?
  10. Last thing, I just realized that the sidebar shows I filed for "Adjustment of Status" instead of "Removing Conditions" as stated in @millefleur's sidebar. Thank you.
  11. Also, to add to @millefleur 's post, when I search "Lifting Conditions timelines here: https://www.visajourney.com/timeline/liftlist.php?cfl=0&op1=5&op2=&op3=&op4=8&op5=5,9,10,11,12&op6=All I do see the additional service centers listed, but when I search timelines with National Benefits Center as their service center, I get the error: ------------- Lifting of Condition (I-751) Timelines You have selected an inproper page. Please try again. ------------ On my timeline, I still only have the choice of California or Vermont Service Centers (or nothing) for Lifting data section: "CIS Service Center Lifting filed." Thanks.
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