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M+M

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About M+M

  • Rank
    Member
  • Birthday April 4
  • Member # 279436
  • Location New Orleans, LA, USA

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    NEW ORLEANS
  • State
    Louisiana
  • Interests
    reading, running, music/live shows, cooking, learning and dancing my way through life

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Removing Conditions (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    New Orleans LA
  • Country
    Morocco
  • Our Story
    I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco 2014-2016. We first met in August 2014 at a youth summer camp in Ighrem N’Ougdal, a small rural village in Morocco where were both working as camp counselors. We began dating shortly after and our relationship continued to blossomed over the next several years. I moved back to America in 2016 to start teaching and we maintained a long distance relationship since I left Morocco. We started the K-1 process in September 2017 and we were approved in May 2018. We celebrated our four year anniversary together by getting married. AOS approved almost one year later.

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  1. I would go ahead and file the N-400. I started following a thread title "Processing Times (I-751) for MSC (National Benefits Center) once our case was transfered. It has been helpful to read the most recent posts. Some people have completed their combo interviews and they fall between the 3-6 month range where their I-751 is accepted after their N-400 interview. It seems if you file your N-400 later after you receive for approval from your I-751, you may have to wait 1+ year for approval, depending on the service center. Fingers crossed for the both of us and we get our interview before our extension letter expires! Good luck to those still waiting and congrats to those that have been recently approved!
  2. Woooooowww! Next 90 days? Awesome! Way better than 1+ year if completing them with a larger time span in between application. I started following a thread title "Processing Times (I-751) for MSC (National Benefits Center) once our case was transfered. It has been helpful to read the most recent posts. Some people have completed their combo interviews and they definitely fall between the 90 day to 5 month range. Fingers crossed for the both of us! Good luck to those still waiting and congrats to those that have been recently approved!
  3. Hey y'all, My husband and I are reaching out to y'all of this thread because we just received transfer notice today via mail. The letter states that they have "completed a preliminary review of the application or petition ('your case') listed above. As part of standard processing, we transferred your case to the USCIS office listed below that has jurisdiction over your case." They transferred it to the National Benefits Center. We have been at the SRC since June 2021. I was hope for an eventual approval. Does anyone have any idea why this would happen? Another VJ user said potential 'faster processing' times in order to reduce work loads on other service centers. Additionally, we just submitted my husband's N400 and that was when we were transfered. Does this also mean that we get placed at the bottom of the pile?
  4. Hey y'all, We just received transfer notice today via mail. The letter states that they have "completed a preliminary review of the application or petition ('your case') listed above. As part of standard processing, we transferred your case to the USCIS office listed below that has jurisdiction over your case." They transferred it to the National Benefits Center. Does anyone have any idea why this would happen? Additionally, do we get placed at the bottom of the pile?
  5. We submitted by mail. It took a day to get there because we live in Louisiana, which is close to the Lewisville, TX lockbox.
  6. Hello! We also submitted our N-400 recently (May 4th via mail). We also received immediate response and that my husband's biometrics were being reused. We also have I-751pending for about 10.5 months (SRC) right now. We received immediate action on our I-751 that it was moved to a different office and that it will have jurisdiction over it. I really don't know what that means but I assume that there is some movement due to both applications pending and they were both moved to our local office.
  7. Yes, we did submit a lot of similar information. I know! It is definitely repetitive! But hey...last hump until citizenship!
  8. Hey y'all Just received a case update for our ROC. I'm a little confused on on what this means. I have attached a screen shot below. Has anyone experience this before during the ROC process. What does this mean? Potentially transferred to our local office for interview? Additionally information, we just submitted our N-400. Could there be a potential move to complete both of these applications at the same time?
  9. My husband and I just worked on his N-400 and submitted via UPS two days ago. It arrived at the lockbox today in Lewisville, TX. We are still waiting on his ROC approval, which should be relatively soon. Good luck everyone!
  10. My husband is waiting on his 751 (June 30) and we just submitted the N-400 yesterday. It feels wonderful to have everything submitted. Now it is just a waiting game.
  11. Hey y'all! My husband filed his N-400 on Feb.23 via UPS. 3 years of marriage route. Local office is New Orleans, current processing time is 12-19.5 months Waiting on our NOA1 Husband is currently waiting on his interview for his ROC as well. Crossing our fingers it will be in the next 2-3 months Good luck everyone.
  12. Hello! I am sorry that your friend is going through this. Sadly, if he doesn’t have any copy or documentation of his green card, they need to apply for a replacement green card by filling out the I-90 form and paying the replacement fee. The fee is not cheap and it does take about 6 months.
  13. Yes, we did as well. Our biometrics was waived on August 11th. I was just inquiring what your service center is? Where is your application being processed?
  14. Hello! If you chose the K-1 visa, your time frame can vary because of COVID. They have a back log of various visas at the embassy and more keep being submitted. Personal time frame for our K-1 visa took 226 days until the interview. We spent the summer together with his family and then we traveled back to the US together. So a little more than a year and a half. If you want my experience with this process, please private message me and we can chat and I can try and answer any questions you need. My husband and I completed the K-1 visa in 2017-2018, currently working on our ROC.
  15. Me too! And it has been 86 days so far. What is your service center?
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