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  1. click on the documents tab, then download the appointment scheduled. pdf
  2. Yeah that’s the one. It would be nice to have it cause sometimes notices get lost in the mail
  3. I heard that there will be an online access code somewhere, I just received paper receipt of i-485, i-130, i-765, i-131 but I couldn't see the online access code. How are you guys' experience?
  4. I heard that there will be an online access code somewhere, I just received paper receipt of i-485, i-130, i-765, i-131 but I couldn't see the online access code. How are you guys' experience?
  5. The 25% is consistent with this. FRC https://www.archives.gov/frc/operating-status
  6. The files need to be at NBC before forwarding it to local field office. USCIS stores files in a lot of places like FRC, NRC.
  7. 1. There are a lot of files involved in an immigration case, most important ones are your A-file and your background check. What you saw there probably your N400 application. They need the other ones to approve it. Join N-400 May 2020 filers thread cause there's a lot of people got stuck not having interview scheduled because missing A-file. You have similar problem, just at different stage 2. File this for original document https://www.uscis.gov/g-884
  8. I thought the place that got stuck was Federal Records Center (FRC). NRC (National Records Center) is USCIS's record center. I believe these are 2 different places. NRC is still working like usual. FRC is where they have reduced working capacity
  9. You have to change your address cause it's required. There can only be 1 place of PRIMARY residence. The reason for this requirement is that only the local office of your primary residence has jurisdiction over your file/application. So if you're approved by some office that doesn't have jurisdiction on your application, that approval or your citizenship will be deemed invalid (IF FOUND OUT). This is also called misrepresentation.
  10. Rescheduling is a mess with USCIS. Try to go early instead of on time and let the guard know of your situation. They probably will be okay with one person waiting outside with the kids and do the biometrics afterwards.
  11. There are 2 actually: https://www.facebook.com/groups/551200925085716/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/uscitizenshiptestorg/
  12. Unfortunately a lot, I see it every week on that fb group and they just “happen” to be March-May 2020 filers. They (field office) were either nice enough to just do the interview and hold off on the decision (forever waiting there till Afile is received) or just cancel the interview.
  13. Oh sorry I didn't know that you didn't file FOIA. A lot of people did and it "supposedly" triggered some sort of action. I don't know if the lawsuit would do anything either. It's not USCIS's fault. You can try to sue the NRC...
  14. Having the interview scheduled doesn't really mean that they will have the interview. A bunch of people on N400 facebook group got interview scheduled, then cancelled because their A-files is not available. I would not get your hopes up on this, cause FOIA is processed at NRC. So USCIS will send records to NRC and not the other way around. You can check on step 3 "Your responsive documents have arrived at the National Records Center." People on May 2020 thread got response that their file is stuck at NRC.
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