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Balaji_v

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About Balaji_v

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  • Location Farmington Hills, MI, USA

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    Farmington Hills
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    Michigan

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  • Immigration Status
    Naturalization (approved)
  • Place benefits filed at
    National Benefits Center
  • Local Office
    Detroit MI
  • Country
    India

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  1. Still it wont be a problem. When she gets her receipt number, she could add the case in her online account. So she could get updates online.
  2. I have filed online using my MYUSCIS account. And I have received the NOA1 in the documents tab. It might take a few hours to receive the NOA1 after the payment is processed.
  3. Congratulations!! Well you can apply for a US Passport, update your immigration status at SSA.
  4. Yeah I also heard about the 90 day rule which could effect if I apply I-485 also now. But I am not sure if I am going with AOS route yet. I probably will go through the NVC route. But if things change and my mom decides to stay back longer, then I might apply for AOS. She did not come here on a visitor's visa intending to immigrate or circumvent immigration process, she just came here to visit me and my family and stay for six months. After she came here, I became naturalized then I decided to apply for her I-130. We did not plan the timing beforehand. I am glad I get to share this journey with you all in this space. Thank you for that.
  5. Thanks for creating this page. I was looking for something like this and I cant find an appropriate page. I have filed I-130 for my mom online on May 4th 2022. And was assigned Texas service center. I also received NOA1 on the same day. Now the waiting game begins. My mom is currently in the US on a visitor's visa. She is going to return to her home in India in Last week of September. However I am contemplating on applying for her Adjustment of status after a few months, if she agrees to extend her stay in the US, instead of NVC processing back home. I am not really sure which way I am going to go from here, I guess it depends on her health and how she copes up with the weather.!
  6. Thank you! I believe FOIA definitely helped. It is too good to be just a coincidence that my FOIA request got approved and within a week my pending N400 got approved.
  7. Update on my case: USCIS approved my N400 and put in line for Oath ceremony on 04/07/2022, exactly 70 days after the interview. My oath ceremony is scheduled for April 26th at Detroit USCIS field office. I am so happy and relieved that this excruciating wait is over for me. I don't know if it did help my case or not but its a very positive coincidence. I applied for FOIA for my full A-file and also for my I751 and N400 one month ago. Two weeks before my approval, FOIA got processed. I assume it might have helped with my N400 approval. Now, off to the next stage of my life. Good luck to everyone else and I pray that everybody's case gets processed quick and approved soon.😃
  8. Update on my case: USCIS approved my N400 and put in line for Oath ceremony on 04/07/2022, exactly 70 days after the interview. I am so happy and relieved that this excruciating wait is over for me. I dont know if it did help my case or not but its a very postiive coincidence. I applied for FOIA for my full A-file and also for my I751 and N400 one month ago. Two weeks before my approval, FOIA got processed. I assume it might have helped with my N400 approval. Now, off to the next stage of my life. Good luck to everyone else and I pray that everybody's case gets processed quick and approved soon.😃
  9. There is no such requirement as per USCIS. That above statement is false or misleading as per my knowledge and USCIS rules.
  10. I have heard the same thing about requesting the full Alien file under FOIA. I did requested it online last week. I also heard that USCIS would also send a copy of our A file to the local office where the case is pending. I am not sure how much of it is a fact though.!
  11. As long as she did not comment anything negative during the interview, you should be good. Some officers would not give on the spot approvals. I understand you are disappointed and probably feeling a bit anxious. But I believe you have nothing to worry about. You would probably get the approval soon in a few weeks. Like you said, you have solid proof of a bonafide legitimate marriage, you have nothing to worry about. The only frustrating part is the wait.
  12. Interesting link. I hope USCIS speeds up their file transfer gig. We could all definitely welcome that, if it happens.!
  13. https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/uscis_contact_center_tip_sheet_final.pdf This might help
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