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    Female
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    Lynden
  • State
    Washington

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    K-1 Visa
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    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Seattle WA
  • Country
    Canada

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  1. That is awesome news! Congratulations ! I hope it gets there soon. Ours took about 12 days altogther. I guess depending where your living locations is depends on how quick it gets there.
  2. I understand the frustration in the wait of uncertainty. We got our green card first then the letter stating we would be receiving our green card. If you decide to call again you could always ask to speak to a tier 2 agent. The call center people don't have a lot of information. Hopefully this will all work itself out quickly. Hang in there.
  3. We had a few confusing things happen as well after our interview. We received a email saying you have had your interview these are a list of the next things you must prepare. They were things we'd already done a long time ago. They ate having lot's of problems with this new pilot computer program. I would recommend calling and asking. To verify. I called and there was no request like the email we had received. Calling will help clarify if this was a computer error or not.
  4. It's hard to say. There has been a lot of error inregards to their computor system. After my interview I got an emasil stating my interview had been completed and then a long list of the nexts things that needed to be done like security checks and geting a biometrics appointment. Things that we had already done months ago. When I phoned USCIS about this they stated there was nothing on their online site stating this. Then I got a notice stating Our green card was being printed, then I got a notice t]stating we would be getting a letter following a card. We got the card and then the letter. So It may be just a glitch. But it is good to check in to clarify! Things I've shared qwere just our experience. However the officer that interviewed us stated they were have a lot of computor porlbems and wished things would go back to the way they were before.
  5. NO we did not d0 that. But at the interview the interviewer asked what name we wanted on the card. So we said My married name. She did a correction on the application with a note stating which name we wanted on the green card. We will update it when we do removal of conditions. I checked into having it fixed but there is a whole other process that could take another 13 months. Which is crazy.
  6. Ok Everyone WE had our interview December 19 and recieved our Green card today December 30th. Did anyone aked to get their Green card printed with their married last name? And when it got printed did they comply by sending you card with your married last name on it. We asked for my card to be printed in my married last name but when it arrived it was in my maiden name! Gak! Now we have to phone in to have it changed.
  7. Our order seems to be backwards with USCIS! lol! From Green card being printed, to being approved, to our green card being sent in the mail to letting us know that they are sending us a letter with instructions about the green card! Time line wise December 19 interview, December 21 Green card being printed and today December 27 Greencard being mailed. So that's about 9 days altogether. Part of this is I think becasue of the Christmas holiday. I didn't expect to hear anything till January. But I am happy it is finally on it's way! I will be glad when I have it in my hands! Finally!!! I will post when it is recieved.
  8. We got an email stating our card was being printed. that it should take about 30 days. I was assumming this means printing and sending!
  9. On Wednesday December 19th, 8:15 AM  we had our Green card  interview . We got there 30 minutes early (by the way just a reminder the parking attendent takes cash only, no credit or debit cards. Parking cost $7.00).

    We walked into the building went through security no problem.  Went to the recption desk the lady working there is so friendly and sweet.  The receptionist gives you a paper ticker with your number on it.

    We get to the interview waiting area and sat near the right side of the room. Waited about 20 minutes past interview time  Our interviewer greeted us saying she recognized us from our picture.  She was very pleasant and very easy to engage with in conversation. We started our meeting with standing and raising our right hand to swear that we were telling the truth in the interview. She made some small chat and asked us for our proof of living together.   We gave her all the information like, phones bills, copy of proof we did tax return together, car insurance, house purchase any utilities bills and health care insurance etc.  Then she asked me a few question like what date was my birthday, what date was my husbands birthday, how did we meet, what date was your wedding, where was my husband born.  Then she informed us she would have to ask us a list of question from off of the forms we sent in.  So we answered them all.  Then she asked my husband a few questions about how we met. She did not ask for the marriage certificate or a copy of the medical.  These were already in our file from our K-visa interview)

    We gave her a whole new bunch of pictures from after the wedding till now and showed her our wedding album. Then we signed the document stating everything we said we true to the best of our knowledge.

    We asked a few questions as well stating we had moved and electronically changed our address and were given an email stating it had been done on their end.  I phoned before the interview confirming that they for sure had our correct address they said yes again and then sent it to our old address.  Thank goodness for mail address forwarding.  So she made sure she had the correct address and also asked what name I would like the green card to be  I stated my married name.   But I noticed she never really said you have been approved. She said everything would take a couple of weeks.   So at first we were excited and then upon retrospect I kept saying she never told us we were approved.  She did say she had to review the material.

    About 8 hours later we got a text stating our status had changed so we checked and it stated:   We had completed our interview and now they were reviewing everything.  Then my husband got an email stating that  our interview was complete and a long list of things that needed to be done for the next steps like getting a security check, and getting an appointment for biometrics and we are like what??? We already did that!!!  Clearly it was a glitch or someone pressed a wrong button who knows  So I phoned the next day and they said there was nothing like that on their file.  After stressing  today finally we got the notice that the card was being produced. Our interviwer had said they have been having alot of problems with their computers and wished they would go back to the old carbon copy way! lol   So it took almost 2 days to get the confirmation that greencard was being produced.

    It appears after the interview they take time to review everything and then make their decisions.  That's how it is done now. so don't freak out if you don't get an answer right away.

     

    Good luck everyone and Merry Christmas!  

     

     

    1. Grazelfaith

      Grazelfaith

      Hi, did you get your GC now? Still waiting mine. I filled last sept.2017 and wait for almost 2 years. They give me interview last jan30 2019 and no update until March 8 . My Status change “they proced my new card”  What that mean ? Is that mean I’m aproved ? I need encouragement 🥴 after that status how long I need to wait again to see my status change to “ they already send me card ?  I’m very sick of waiting .. Seattle office are very slow! 

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