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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    Lubbock
  • State
    Texas

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    F-2A Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Dallas TX
  • Country
    Bangladesh
  • Our Story
    F2A I-130 Priority Date: 1/12/2017

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  1. Good Afternoon Everyone, I have received my Green Card today. It has 10 years validity. I believe the reason for this validity is getting Green Card after being married for more than 2 years. @VG31 I can't remember all the questions but I am trying to list the ones I remember below. My interview was at 8am and we reached there around 7:45am. There was a queue but we managed to attend the interview on time. I would recommend everyone arriving at least 30 minutes before the scheduled time. The interviewer was very friendly but professional. He knew exactly what he was doing even if he was joking in between questions. He asked questions randomly to me and my wife (switched back and forth). Questions: What is my full name and date of birth (same question to my wife) Where do we live. Where was my wife born (Question to my wife) How did we meet each other. Where was the wedding. How many people attended the wedding. How my wife got her green card. (Question to my wife) Saw picture of us together of the wedding and other occasions. Kept 10 pictures out of them for his record. (asked my wife to choose any 10 photos from the album) Kept copies of joint lease document and copy home ownership documents. Asked for the I-130 Approval Notice. Asked about my priority date and if it is current. (After asking me he checked the priority date himself and told me it's current) Wanted to learn more about our wedding system (Muslim Wedding). Wanted to learn more about the city we live in. How we went to the interview. What hotel did we stay in. (Question to my wife) How I am at home (lazy/active) 😄. (Question to my wife) What are my wife's parent's full names. (Question to my wife) Where do I work. Asked about my monthly salary and my designation. When did I entered US last time. Where and what did study in the US. How long have we been married. In between asking questions he was doing something in the computer and took notes on a paper of answers to some of the questions above. Then he asked if we had any questions. I just asked if I was approved. He said everything looks good and I should receive the Green Card within 2 weeks or 1 month. Note: I submitted the I-693 and I-864 along with my application 1 year ago. I did not re-do them and the interviewer also didn't ask for them. I will update my post if I remember any other question that was asked. Best wishes for all the future interviewee.
  2. Good Morning everyone, I had my AOS interview yesterday in Dallas, Texas. It went smooth and I was approved on the spot. The interview lasted for about 40 minutes with lot of questions but none of the questions was unusual. Thanks to the people of this forum for helping me and supporting me throughout the entire process. Good luck to the all future interviewees.
  3. Thank you, @VG31 and @ladybirdapple I have received the interview letter yesterday and my interview is on August 8, 2019. Yes, it looks like they processed mine earlier than the timeline posted in the website for my local field office (Dallas, TX). Hope you guys also get scheduled soon.
  4. Good Morning Guys, I have a good news to share. My AOS interview has been scheduled !
  5. Just an additional note: As far as I know, you have to be in a valid status while filing the AOS. Once you file AOS, then you can give up other status since you will be in pending AOS status.
  6. https://www.uscis.gov/news/alerts/uscis-aims-decrease-processing-times-n-400-and-i-485
  7. Yes I did. They are working on July 11, 2017 (Dallas). Receipt date of my AOS is July 2, 2018.
  8. No updates. Way behind the USCIS timeline. I need to get started on filing EAD renewal application.
  9. Thanks @markx and @talad for your responses. I have also tried to find something where it says directly but I couldn't.
  10. Hey Guys, I would really appreciate if anyone can provide an authentic link/document which has the information below: One can stay in the US while being pending AOS without having any other valid status? EAD for Pending AOS can be renewed several times until a decision is made?
  11. Hey Guys, I would really appreciate if anyone can provide an authentic link for the information below: One can stay in the US while being pending AOS without having any other valid status. EAD for Pending AOS can be renewed several times until a decision is made.
  12. You can go to this link and put the zip code of your residence in the box to find the field office serving your area. https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/find-uscis-office/field-offices
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