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celie&joseph

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About celie&joseph

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  • Birthday May 27
  • Member # 299685
  • Location Winston-Salem, NC, USA

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Winston-Salem
  • State
    North Carolina

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  • Immigration Status
    Naturalization (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    National Benefits Center
  • Local Office
    Raleigh NC
  • Country
    Lebanon

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  1. Hi y'all! I didn't see a thread for N-400 August filers so I made one for us to connect on the experience. Here is the summary on my husband's N-400 journey: Filed online: 08-22-22 NOA1: 08-22-22 Biometrics: reused 8-22-22 I-751 transferred 9-25-22 Case status: "Case Is Being Actively Reviewed By USCIS" as of 8-22-22
  2. My husband's was too just last week. I think it has to do with it merging with the N-400. I'm not sure if you had filed for citizenship yet, but that might be the case.
  3. Update on my husband's case (kind of): We applied for his naturalization two weeks ago and his I-751 case was transferred a couple of days afterwards to NBC. His citizenship case shows "actively being reviewed" but I'm not entirely sure if that's accurate lol Ours is on the exact same boat lol
  4. Hopefully we get some movement soon! From the sound of it, it looks like it's taking about 12ish months
  5. So, I know we have a the super handy spreadsheet but for my own sanity, I wanted to make this thread in case any other SRC I-751 Filers would like to keep others updated if we hear anything. It seems that SRC went from full steam ahead to full stop. In previous filings, I was able to trace what month they were generally working on based on the monthly chats but now it looks like they've stopped abruptly. Anyway, I'll bring the tacos if y'all bring the updates!
  6. Hi y'all, So, we filed my husband's ROC in Aug 2021 and are super close to the "timeframe" for approval/interview. However, we (or at least I) need to move states in August for my job but I don't know if him coming with me will cause a change in service center or further delays. If so, we are considering him staying behind until his paperwork is complete. Additionally, my sister lives around the corner so another option if the physical location won't affect it is to change our physical location but set her address as our forwarding address. Will his case be transferred with a change of physical location? IF so, will having a local forwarding address keep his case in queue at our current service center?
  7. So question to the masses: We are moving in August to another state but will be SO CLOSE to the timeframe of my husband's ROC hopefully being approved (AOS'd from K1). Would it be alright to change the address to my sister's house down the street and fly back if we need to attend the interview? I would hate to switch addresses to a different state and reset the clock. Edited to clarify: I mean would it be alright to change my physical address to my actual location but my forwarding address to my sister's house still in texas. Would that change our service center?
  8. Hey Jeffo! Long time, no see. Glad to see you! I've been keeping track of ours as well (SRC), but it's estimating a 2023 timeframe and the center's processing times are 4.5-7.5 so I sincerely hope that one is right and not the VJ time frames lol I think it may have to do with more of a general backlog they've had going for years and the ones being waived I believe is those transitioning from K1 since they very recently had all this done 2 years prior. We had my husband's biometrics waived, but we are SRC. Are you transitioning from K1? Update: we received our biometrics letter yesterday dated 9-22. Now, the wait really begins!
  9. I know!! That beginning was kind of bumpy, I was beginning to think we were going to be one of those cases that ends up lost/forgotten and has to refile months later. Man, my mind goes to dark places. lol
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