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millefleur last won the day on May 28 2017

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About millefleur

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  1. I like the idea of adding them but curious how they would look in mobile, even short signatures might become very long in a vertical platform.
  2. We recently relocated to the Chicago area. Filed N-400 in April. Hoping offices will start opening up soon.
  3. I really hope we start to see some movement soon. Case here hasn't budged since filing, and we haven't received the change of address notice yet either.
  4. I'm guessing the I-94 would need to be valid. They probably wouldn't accept any other expired/invalid docs, so seems like it would be the same with the I-94. Please do report! I think it's worth trying just to see what happens. Hopefully the DMV won't be too crowded.
  5. I just moved here and we will need to apply for that as well. I checked this site and it seems to list the documents they will accept: https://realid.ilsos.gov/checklist.html
  6. Good! I'm glad there's some movement. Hopefully things are picking back up again.
  7. Hm..might be slow due to the Covid-19 delays. Maybe try calling?
  8. Interestingly, I just checked the status on the "old" site and this is the info there: As of May 5, 2020, your request to change your address, referral number CAXXXXXXXXXMSC, is currently not assigned for processing. If anyone else does an address change, let me know if you get similar updates.
  9. Hey guys, I just got back from moving to another state and my husband's case shows this update now: May 5, 2020 We transferred your application to another USCIS field office for review You do not need to do anything at this time View your letter on your documents tab for an explanation on why we transferred your application. Note: It may take up to a few days for your letter to show on your documents tab. Interestingly the estimated wait time is still listed as 5 months. I'm expecting that to change once the new field office gets the case.
  10. **Moved from General Immigration-Related Discussion to US Citizenship General Discussion**
  11. It seems your wanting to move back to the US hinges on getting this job. Exceptional circumstances via short notice job offers are hard to get approved, you would need an official offer and something in writing, at minimum, as evidence of this. If you say "I'm about to get a great job offer" but can't back that up with any evidence, most likely they would not consider this for DCF.
  12. I think this situation would fall under "emergency services" - try contacting some of these phone numbers listed here: https://ru.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/emergency-contact/
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