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    Adjustment of Status (approved)
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    Chicago Lockbox
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    Boston MA
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  1. I haven't been checking VisaJourney for a week and today I see this!!! Congrats!! So happy for you!
  2. Hi all. We had our interview today in BOS and we were approved 🥂 They said I should get the card in the mail in 2 weeks. I will leave a more detailed overview at the BOS office review page if anyone is interested. Also happy to help any other MA/BOS people preparing for their interview in the coming months. Main takeaways: they interviewed my husband (USC) first and wrote down all answers he gave I was then asked to join him and they asked all the same questions to see if our answers matched questions were pretty interesting, but everything you can easily answer if you actually live together as a couple (ie. who does the laundry 😂) he didn't ask for any of the paperwork I was asked to bring to the interview.. I still showed him some proof like joint phone plan, joint account, joint health insurance. At the end of the interview he just said we were approved and congratulated us. Good luck to everyone still waiting!
  3. Hi! So our I-485 interview is in two days. I am going over all the paperwork we have to bring. I have one question if anyone can help me. The interview notice lists the following: Your petitioner's Birth Certificate and evidence of US Citizenship or LPR Status. My petitioner is my husband, who is a USC. Is it enough if we bring his birth certificate or do we need to bring/make copies of his passport too? Thanks
  4. My biometrics were on January 28 and my interview was scheduled on January 31. I received the interview letter in the mail a week after.
  5. Congrats! I'm also a Boston filer and I have my interview already on March 7th. I sent my AOS package December 17th and it was received early January ☺️
  6. It's a very stressful process and I was losing my mind waiting for the receipt number.. So I know how you're feeling. Hang in there and I hope you will get it ASAP!
  7. Thank you and I really hope things move along for everyone. This is a stressful process.
  8. Posting about our progress. Like I said January 31 my status changed to "interview scheduled". We received the interview notice in the mail yesterday (February 7) and the interview will take place March 7 in Boston. The notice listed all the documents we need to bring and added that we don't need to bring I-693 if we already submitted it with K1. It also says we don't have to bring the affidavit of support (plus evidence) if we already submitted it. I think I'm going to print it out and have it with me just in case. Evidence wise--we already share health insurance, but we're also going to create a joint bank account to have more evidence. Since I'm not working all the bills are in my husband's name. However we know each other for 4 years so we have plenty of photos of families meeting etc.. In addition to the marriage certificate of course 😃
  9. December filer here. For some people it just takes more time. USCIS is working in mysterious ways. Their official policy is that it can take up to 30 days to get a receipt number. For example, I filed mine on December 17, it was delivered via Fedex on December 18. I got my receipt numbers on January 9. You can always try calling USCIS if it's been more than 2-3 weeks and ask them for advice. Their customer service phone number is on their website.
  10. Thank you! Yes, I am K-1. We originally filed in November, but our application was rejected because we put the wrong date on the check. We filed again on December 17th and got our NOA1 on January 9th. Our local office is Boston.
  11. Today's status: On January 31, 2019, we scheduled an interview for your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, Receipt Number xxx. We will mail you an interview notice." If this means what I think it does, this is the best birthday gift ever! 😭
  12. I hope you get updates ASAP. Especially, since you didn't need the RFIE (I know you sent the all the documents already the first time). 💛
  13. Sure! The old site is this one: https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/landing.do
  14. Yesterday my status changed to "As of January 29, 2019, we are ready to schedule your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, Receipt Number ..., for an interview." I'm glad to see my status change, but since my office is Boston, I think the actual interview won't happen before Fall 2019 😂 BTW: my status has changed on the old USCIS website. On the new website, it still says received on all three forms.
  15. It did! But looking at this forum it seems to be different for everyone... So I have no idea how mine changed the same day and others wait longer.
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