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notantifun

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    K-1 Visa
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    Texas Service Center
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    Dallas TX
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    Philippines

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  1. After 11 long months... July 6 - Packet sent July 9 - Packet received July 15 - Credit Card charged July 17 - Text Notification received July 30 - NOA received (Notice Date: July 21) August 10 - Fingerprints applied November 18 - Case was transferred to new Jurisdiction June 16 - New Card is Being Produced
  2. Mine has not updated since November, stuck in "Case was transferred to new Jurisdiction". I've also tried calling USCIS and cannot get ahold of a live rep. I am getting ready to file my N-400 next month but I would really love to have the 10 year green card coz I don't have a valid ID at this time.
  3. I have checked my case and nothing changed. I called the USCIS hotline and sadly I could not get past the robot operator. I have tried every conceivable word/s phrases. I just couldn't get through. Such a pain in the a$$!!!!
  4. I just got a notice from USPS that we have a mail from the Dept of Homeland Security. It has another person's name and under it says c/o EOIR 42B and below it is my address. Should I be worried my case was somehow mixed up with another person? Or that someone has used my address? I googled EOIR 42B and it's a Dept of Justice form to cancel deportation. My case I-751 (SRC) hasn't updated since November 18 and it's stuck in " Case Was Transferred And A New Office Has Jurisdiction". Anyone encountered the same thing? I know it's a crime to open someone else's mail. What should I do? Appreciate your feedback.
  5. I just got a notice from USPS that we have a mail from the Dept of Homeland Security. It has another person's name and under it says c/o EOIR 42B and below it is my address. Should I be worried my case was somehow mixed up with another person? Or that someone has used my address? I googled EOIR 42B and it's a Dept of Justice form to cancel deportation. My case (SRC) hasn't updated since November 18 and it's stuck in " Case Was Transferred And A New Office Has Jurisdiction". Should I even open this mail?
  6. Oh wow. That's a pain. I just thought that since the wait time is painfully long for pretty much any application now, why not file as soon as you can, if budget is not an issue. Since it's not required to be approved for I-751 I was planning on filing mine as soon as I'm eligible this June. Now hearing this, it's a little disheartening. I was hoping USCIS will start picking up speed with the new admin at least. My I-751 has been stuck in transferred status for close to 4 months now.
  7. Hope you don't mind me asking. I'm just curious, why would one hold off on naturalization?
  8. Filipinos who work as civil servants (govt jobs) are required travel authority when leaving the country for both business and leasure. It's considered a grave misconduct and they could be dismissed from service if they leave the country without TA.
  9. Yes, millions have. How there they die and prevent you from meeting a girl?! The nerve of the these dead people.
  10. Congratulations! We have have very similar i-751 timelines. Fingers crossed 🤞 July 6 - Packet sent July 9 - Packet received July 15 - Credit Card charged July 17 - Text Notification received July 30 - NOA received (Notice Date: July 21) August 10 - Fingerprints applied November 18 - Case was transferred to new Jurisdiction
  11. I've read some here on VJ who had a joint interview for their i-751 and N-400.
  12. I just checked that USCIS Naturalization page and it appears that this is not only true for those in the military. We can file the N-400 so long as we meet below criteria; Eligibility To apply for naturalization to become a U.S. citizen, you must: Be at least 18 years of age at the time you file the application; Have been a lawful permanent resident for the past three or five years (depending on which naturalization category you are applying under); Have continuous residence and physical presence in the United States; Be able to read, write, and speak basic English; Demonstrate good moral character; Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of U.S. history and government; Demonstrate a loyalty to the principles of the U.S. Constitution; and Be willing to take the Oath of Allegiance.
  13. Congrats! I would honestly hate to have to go through an interview at this time but better than nothing I guess.
  14. Congrats! My timeline is very similar to yours. Your update makes me very excited.
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