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Jaimekr08

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About Jaimekr08

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  • City
    Seattle
  • State
    Washington

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Seattle WA
  • Country
    Australia

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  1. Thats so strange! We didn't receive the NOA1 until Jan 2021, but it was dated 11/30 for some reason. It was a weird time at USCIS then LOL
  2. LIN filer here, 11/30 received date! ROC approved and new card being produced today!!!
  3. 11/20/20 File date at LIN here! Our case was updated today too stating our biometrics was waived!!
  4. We were 11/20/20 received date and LIN too! Just checked USCIS and our biometrics were waved too!! Woohooo!! Literally checked this morning and it wasn't updated
  5. I feel you... I'm expecting the worst and assuming they wont ever update us about if our biometrics will be reused. Its always slightly heartbreaking seeing later filing dates get updates, but at least that means it's moving along!
  6. I’ve had experience contacting my senator for a immigration issue and had a great outcome. Long story not so short, we were approved for our conditional green card, card never came, case was reopen for reconsideration of decision, uscis said we were still approved but issue was producing green card because printer broke (LOL), stuck in limbo and EAD was expiring. I finally contacted one of my senator as a last ditch effort. Their office called back next day. Apparently they have special contact group at USCIS. Two days after chatting with senators office, our cases status updated and we had a tracking number for our green card!
  7. Same, we are LIN and NOA1 is 11/30/2020. Still nothing. Looks like based on the VJ data, they are working on July/Aug 2020 for interviews
  8. SRC (Texas) has been cruising on getting cases approved. Last I heard, there were some November/December 2020 approvals. Seems like the best place for cases to be processed right now! Good luck!
  9. Haha I thought that was promising! USCIS says 13 - 27.5 months for Nebraska Service Center. I was tentatively planning at least 18 months when I first filed
  10. Based on the timelines, it looks like they are starting to process July received dates and are kicking back up again
  11. I’m a LIN case! Ours received day is around yours and no activity yet. Based on timelines, it looks like they are working on June cases
  12. Anyone else have their case at LIN? I feel like I've heard/seen limited movement for cases there
  13. We included the AR-11 with our I-751. Didn’t run into any issues! Our NOA1 was then sent to our new address
  14. Eeeeeeeeeeeek!! We finally got charged!!! Original received date was 11/7, then USPS erroneously sent it to NV.. so updated received date was 11/28! Card charged 11/13! So happy!! My friend's fiancé also just received his passport back with his K-1 visa, so its a great immigration day!
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