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JB209

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  • City
    Oklahoma City
  • State
    Oklahoma

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Texas Service Center
  • Local Office
    Oklahoma City OK
  • Country
    Colombia

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  1. Finally got around to post here and join the group. Filed by paper, IOE Receipt Number, OKC field office. NOA1: July 16th, 2020 Estimated Completion Time: Feb 2021 (7 months) Estimated Wait Time (AKA Bubble bursting time): 6 days
  2. Take green card and passport as sometimes they ask for two IDs. Shouldnt cost anything. Use the receipt they provide for your job/hiring and you will get a new SSC in the mail
  3. I'd be OK with getting another appointment, as long as I don't have to pay the fee again as if it was a new application just to add a US passport
  4. Hi Everybody, I am looking for experiences and knowledge about getting Global Entry as a permanent resident, before applying and getting Naturalization (knowing you will apply and more likely get accepted for Naturalization). Is there too much trouble then, once you have a US passport, to change it in your Global Entry profile? or how does it work? Thank you!
  5. Got approved yesterday. The whole process took 30 minutes walking in to out the door of the building. There was no one else doing interviews at the time but us. The interview itself inside the lady's office took 10 minutes. The USCIS officer took us both at the same time and had our file with every paper we've submitted for this process. She asked, how did you two meet? When did you start dating? Who proposed? How was the proposal? do you have kids? At the same time she was filling out a form and checking some information like: full name, SSN, address. At the end she said we were approved and that we should get the new card in a week or so.
  6. Got approved yesterday. The whole process took 30 minutes walking in to out the door of the building. There was no one else doing interviews at the time but us. The interview itself inside the lady's office took 10 minutes. The USCIS officer took us both at the same time and had our file with every paper we've submitted for this process. She asked, how did you two meet? When did you start dating? Who proposed? How was the proposal? do you have kids? At the same time she was filling out a form and checking some information like: full name, SSN, address. At the end she said we were approved and that we should get the new card in a week or so.
  7. tbh dont know how to tell one way or the other. But your interview scheduling goes according to how busy your local office is
  8. Normal process. Wait until your status online changes to “We have scheduled an interview” then watch for the interview notice on your mail showing your interview date. The time for you to get an interview depends on how backed up your local office is. You cant waive it. The USCIS needs to interview you, therefore you can’t tell them not to do it. Pretty much 90-99% of ROC cases are being interviewed nowadays.
  9. No, extension letter is received on NOA1 which is usually one month or less after filing.
  10. Just keep checking your status online and not worry about it until it changes to "Interview scheduled". Once this happens, they will send you a letter (notice) with the interview appointment date and time; at this point I would recommend that if you have someone you trust to go check your mail in order to open that letter and you know the actual interview date to proceed to make your plans (buy a ticket back to the US, etc). The paperwork you need is pretty much the same you submitted along with your I-751, plus new evidence (newer pictures, new properties or contracts or things like that...)
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