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cablewyres

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    Downey
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    California

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    Adjustment of Status (approved)
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    Chicago Lockbox
  • Local Office
    Los Angeles CA
  • Country
    Philippines

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  1. I got a letter today for a biometric appointment on July 16 (CSC). However, I already got a letter on Feb that they will reuse my old biometrics and I got an update that fingerprint review was completed on March 15. Others have been getting the same notice in spite of previous notices that biometrics have been reused. It’s interesting. Hopefully, everything will go smoothly.
  2. Update: Received letter in the mail today that they are reusing my biometrics.
  3. Hi guys, I have an update. Checked my case satus online and it says this: Hopefully, this is a good sign. No hitches and already in the works for approval. (we never received any biometrics letter in the mail though)
  4. Hi Everybody, I have a question about our pending ROC. My wife and I filed to remove my GC’s conditions back on Oct 2018 in California. Being said, we submitted our evidences of relationship the past 2 years. On Nov 2018, I went to Washington state to study in healthcare (less expensive & better program) while my wife (USC) travelled abroad for two months and then went back to our address in Cali. I decided to stay for another 6 months here in WA to build working/training experience before I move back to California. We both think that this is a good idea. Now, the WA State Dept of Health is asking for FBI finger prints to be taken here in Washington state. I went to a Washington police station and had my finger prints taken. Now, they told me to use the address of where I am staying while in Washington (which is my aunt’s address with whom I’m staying temporarily for the next 6 months). My wife and I are still in close communication. In fact I am going to CA for a quick trip to see her mid Feb. My question is, will this affect our pending removal of conditions or trigger anything with USCIS? I still consider CA as my main address and the documents we submitted to file ROC all contained info of our CA joint address. I’m just temporarily studying, working, and getting finger prints taken here in WA. Any thoughts and knowledge in the matter would be appreciated. Thanks. **I apologize for the font size. my phone won’t let me adjust it as I typed this. 😅
  5. Hi, I have a question about pending ROC. My wife and I filed to remove my GC’s conditions back on Oct 2018 in California. Being said, we submitted our evidences of relationship the past 2 years. On Nov 2018, I went to Washington state to study in healthcare (less expensive & better program) while my wife (USC) travelled to the Philippines for two months and then went back to our address in Cali. I decided to stay for another 6 months here in WA to build working/training experience before I move back to California. We both think this is a good idea. Now, the WA State Dept of Health is asking for FBI finger prints to be taken here in WA. I went to a Washington police station and had my finger prints taken. Now, they told me to use the address of where I am staying while in Washington (which is my aunt’s address with whom I’m staying temporarily for the next 6 months). My wife and I are still in close communication. In fact I am going to CA for a quick trip to see her on Feb. My question is, will this affect our pending removal of conditions or trigger anything with USCIS? I still consider CA as my main address and the documents we submitted to file ROC all contained info of our CA joint address. I’m just temporarily studying, working, and getting finger prints taken here in WA. Any thoughts and knowledge in the matter would be appreciated. Thanks.
  6. Hi Everyone, My wife and I already filed jointly for the removal of my GC’s condition last Oct 2018 in CA. We submitted all that we could as far as evidences go the past two years of being married and residing together. We have already received my GC extension but am still waiting for my biometric appointment. However, ROC is still pending. Now, on November 2018, I travelled to Washington state to study (better healthcare program). Planning on staying here for another 6 months to build more experience before I go back to CA. The Washington State Dept of Health had me submit a finger print from the police department for background check I believe. I’m staying at my aunt’s house temporarily while I’m going through this training so I used her WA address on the finger print card instead of mine and my wife’s address in California. Will this cause any problems with my pending ROC? I still intend to go back to CA and my wife is still currently at our CA address. In fact, I’m going to see her next week for a weekend visit. I hope going to school, temporarily working here, and getting finger prints taken here won’t cause any further delays or trigger anything with USCIS while ROC is pending (all evidences have already been submitted though). Any thoughts is appreciate. Thank you.
  7. Hi everyone! Just checked back in the thread to update. We received our paper NOA on Nov 13. About a month after sending our packet. 👍🏻
  8. if someone can update me on the tracker. My receipt number has WAC so that would mean I’m CSC right? thanks Received text confirmation on the 18th but still no NOA in the mail yet. Should I be worried?
  9. I just printed our pictures using regular white bond paper... you don’t need to use photo papers.. The important thing is that your faces are clearly shown upon printing.. because to me, I-751 is more about the actual content as evidences... so presentation is not necessarily a must.. unlike AOS when you have that need to try and impress the IOs... it’s also cheaper to just print using regular white bond paper than using photo paper. Good luck!
  10. Disregard my last question. I just recieved e-notification literally right now that they’ve received our package.
  11. How long does it usually take before they send you a confirmation text/email that they’ve received your package?
  12. Wow! Everyone one of them had an interview? Dang... I still see some other people on other forums that were recently approved without rfe nor interview... Well, let’s just hope for the best. Hopefully, this process will be fast, easy, and no hick ups for all of us...praying 🙏🏻
  13. Haha yeah, you should be set 👍🏻 About the e-notification, I guess we’ll find out. Not gonna stress about it..hehe the important thing is that they process our application Lol... Is it true that interviews are now required for every I-751? I can’t seem to find any updates about it on USCIS’ website, but some lawyer sites are saying that they now do under the Trump administration. I wonder if any of that is true...
  14. I didn’t even realize I could do the e-notification until the last minute when I double checked the I-751 instructions lol... And since I rushed, I wasn’t able to put the form in front of our application. Lol Anyway, we should receive the notification in the mail eitherway and that’s the more important piece of document to extend our green cards... Yeah, no use overnighting it.. You save $17 dollars by just doing priority mail and it shouldn’t be much of a time difference unless you’re sending your application the last minute.. The important thing is you get tracking.. Mine shows that our package was received today in Phoenix. Wohoo!
  15. Hey dannym, we should have about the same timeline. Sent mine yesterday as well. Good luck! I did priority mail but usps told me my package should arrive today. Wishing us all the best and seamless process...
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