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About K1visaHopeful

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  • Location Mount Laurel, NJ, USA

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    Adjustment of Status (approved)
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    Chicago Lockbox
  • Local Office
    Atlanta GA
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  1. Ready To Be Scheduled just means the NBC has finished previewing your application and has now sent it to your Local Field Office to sit in line for an interview. That line can be weeks, months, or years long (and that is not related to COVID19, that's the normal). HOW LONG depends on your LFOs processing times. You can look up which one is your LFO here by inputting your zipcode in the top box ONLY, pressing search and then reading the name at the top of the resulting seach. https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/find-uscis-office/field-offices THEN you can look up the estimated processing times for THAT LFO by using the USCIS processing times website by inputting I485 and your LFO determined in the last step, scrolling to the very bottom and looking for the estimated times for family based adjustments. That will be the estimated time from Noa1 to your interview. https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/ And you will not get anything in the mail or online until your interview has been scheduled. Your case status will change to "Interview has been scheduled" when it has and you will receive your interview appointment notice in the mail. When that will happen is dependent on the above timeline determined at your LFO. There is a 99.99999% chance that will never happen.
  2. All K1 AOS concurrently filed AP (and EAD) are processed at the NBC and not at any other Service Center. Their timelines will not apply to him as a K1 AP filer. The current processing times are 8 to 10 months which recently (as in the last two weeks) went up from the previous 6 to 8 months. This is likely due to the pandemic. When it was 6 to 8 months you could expect as low as 4 to 5 months but still up to 8. A guestimate for now would be 6 to 8 but still up to 10. He could request an expedite with proof from his facilty in the form of an official letter. Talk to his advisor and ask them to make a more strict guideline to when he must return and get it in writing. Good luck!
  3. You're DC then. 12 to 21.5 months for an interview for family based AOS.
  4. No you cant guess. You are using the search incorrectly. ENSURE you are ONLY inputting your zip in the TOP BOX and pressing search. Read THE TITLE of the office and WHAT the office is CALLED that comes up in your search. Not WHERE it is.
  5. They wont accept an explanation. They are expecting you to input the amounts required for your employment situation and it to be supported by the financial documents you submit and for the amount to be the one you are to use as instructed in the I864 instructions for your financial situation. They won't do calculations for you. The form has to be filled out correctly based on your supporting documents and the instructions.
  6. Sources meaning what financial document you are using to report a value in a certain box on the I864. From the RFE, it doesn't sound like you input the correct amount from your financial documents or you used the wrong document for your financial situation. Read the instructions carefully to figure out what documents to use and what amounts to use from those documents based on your financial situation.
  7. Sounds like you input the amounts on the form from their sources incorrectly. Read through the RFE carefullly while going through your I864.
  8. Youll look up your processing times for I485 using your local field office (that has not changed). To determine what your LFO is, input your zipcode in the top box only and press search: https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/find-uscis-office/field-offices Then you can search your processing times inputting that LFO into the website you have been using and then scrolling all the way to the bottom of the page to look for the family based applications timeline at your LFO.
  9. It says provide proof "if applicable". It's not applicable to her. Her listed 5 years of employment will prove she never worked in the US. Not within 5 years and definitely not within 3 years in which its asking for proof of filing taxes IF APPLICABLE.
  10. It's cancelled. You will get a new one when it's your turn and when they reopen. You will be interviewed eventually.
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