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ayuness

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About ayuness

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Louisville
  • State
    Kentucky

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  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Nebraska Service Center
  • Local Office
    Louisville KY
  • Country
    Indonesia

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  1. 😱 I didn't know there was fee. I don't think you have to pay anything. Try to submit e-request of non delivery, but you have to have receipt number which you can get by calling USCIS customer service.
  2. That's the correct link, mine always says error, saying that they don't recognize my receipt number. Never received anything from USCIS, and it's been more than 2 months. But they helped me set up infopass appointment to get I-551 stamp.
  3. Finally got a response on email. "On 01/03/2019, you or the designated representative shown below, contacted us about your case. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) records indicate your Receipt Notice was mailed to the address on file. We have requested the notice be resent to the address listed in our systems. You should receive it within 10-14 business days." The problem is I have never received anything from USCIS. I check the mailbox everyday and I even have the informed delivery app. So I called USCIS again to check if the address they have is correct, and it is, the officer said that it doesn't say on the system that they have already sent out the receipt notice (weird how the email says otherwise). Anyways, she put me through the Tier 2 officer and I told her about my concerns, and it's been more than two months, she said someone is gonna call me to set up biometric appointment. I hope that will happen soon.
  4. Do you have USCIS account? I wonder if they ever update the status on our USCIS account or not. I mean, how do we know what we have to do if we never get the letter. This is frustrating, I still haven't received anything and the status on my account is still "you do not need to do anything at this time".
  5. I got my I-551 stamp today at USCIS Field Office. Still no NOA yet. I'd like to share my experience for infopass appointment. My appointment was at 3:30 but I got there early at 3:00 and since there was no line at all, the officer told me to come to his window and asked the reason I was there. So I explained, and he asked for my green card and passport, waited for 5 mins and that's it. On the stamp, it says "employment authorized" along with my A# and case # and it's valid for a year. I feel bad for everyone who can't even get help setting up the appointment, but I read this comment and maybe it's something you can try. Based on my experience, security officers didn't even ask anything, they just scanned me and let me through.
  6. I still haven't received mine either. And on my account it still says "we received your case. You do not need to do anything at the moment". I check my USICS account at least 3 times a day. Submitted early November as well but mine is LIN. I even scheduled infopass appointment in Ohio which is 2 hr drive from where I live but finally the Immigration Officer called me and helped me set up infopass appointment in Kentucky instead, and she cancelled the one in Ohio.
  7. Have you tried looking for available date in other state near you? I had to make an appointment in Ohio which is 2 hours drive from where I live because I was very impatient and worried.
  8. I don't think calling them will make it go faster, but you can try and talk to Tier 2 officer. Did you get I-551 stamp?
  9. Yeah, they won't respond to my request as well until January 25th, my green card expires next week so I had to ask their help to set up infopass appointment so I can get I-551 stamp on my passport cause I still haven't received my NOA after 2 months and they have cashed my check since 11/21/2018.
  10. https://egov.uscis.gov/e-request/displayNDNForm.do?entryPoint=init&sroPageType=ndn
  11. Maybe because of that. You have to wait at least 30 days before it expires (I think, from what I read here, CMIIW) to get the stamp. My green card expires in a week and they helped me set up an appointment here in Kentucky because of the same reason. The USCIS office here isn't accepting walk-in request and scheduling infopass appointment.
  12. It's been almost 2 months since USCIS received my case and still no NOA yet, but I'm so relieved that I finally have an appointment to get I-551 stamp on my passport this week, a week before my green card expires. If the USCIS office near you isn't accepting walk in request or scheduling infopass appointment, call USCIS toll number and they will bypass it in their system. Someone from USCIS will call you after 3 days and will set up an appointment on any day and time that works for you. Got mine on this coming Thursday at 3:30 pm.
  13. You just need the receipt number that you can get by calling USCIS. After you have the receipt number, go here: e-request non delivery. Submit the form and you're set. I hope that answers your question.
  14. Why not? It's my case, my future. Just because I use lawyer doesn't mean I should just sit back and relax. Especially last week was a long holiday.
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