Jump to content

OrkunS

Members
  • Content Count

    14
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About OrkunS

  • Rank
    Junior Member
  • Member # 242989

Profile Information

  • City
    Istanbul

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
  • Country
    Turkey

Immigration Timeline & Photos

Recent Profile Visitors

370 profile views
  1. I called them 3 times and they said they can't change it over the phone, I have to mail USCIS service center in order to change it. It's just so annoying.
  2. I have a quick question for y'all I had my fingerprint appointment today at my local ASC. The lady who was taking care of my fingerprints told me that my date of birth on the system was not matching with my actual date of birth. Looks like it had been entered to their system wrongly. Luckily, I had a copy of my I-751 application and looks like they were the ones who put the wrong date of birth. Anyways, the same person at ASC told me to call USCIS in order to fix it which I did and USCIS agent asked me to put an e-request through their website. My question is do you think this is going to be enough to fix that error? I really don't rely on USCIS and I don't want to deal with the same problem over and over again either. So what could be the best solution for this little issue here? Should I mail the USCIS Service Center as well you think? And lastly, so USCIS call center can't fix that kind of problem over the phone at all? Should I believe in that? Or Should I call them again ask for supervisor? Thanks!
  3. I have a quick question for y'all I had my fingerprint appointment today at my local ASC. The lady who was taking care of my fingerprints told me that my date of birth on the system was not matching with my actual date of birth. Looks like it had been entered to their system wrongly. Luckily, I had a copy of my I-751 application and looks like they were the ones who put it wrong. Anyways, the same person at ASC told me to call USCIS in order to fix it which I did and USCIS agent asked me to put an e-request through their website. My question is do you think this is going to be enough to fix that error? I really don't rely on USCIS and I don't want to deal with the same problem over and over again either. So what could be the best solution for this little issue here? Should I mail the USCIS Service Center as well you think? And lastly, so USCIS call center can't fix that kind of problem over the phone at all? Should I believe in that? Or Should I call them again ask for supervisor? Thanks!
×
×
  • Create New...