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calberry

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    San Rafael
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    California

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    Naturalization (pending)
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    Phoenix AZ Lockbox
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    San Francisco CA
  • Country
    Nepal

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  1. My Estimated wait time on my.uscis.gov (for the interview) was doing a steady countdown starting at 30 days and after it hit "1 day" it's been saying "Estimated wait time: We are taking longer than expected to process your case. You do not need to do anything at this time" since last week. Has anyone seen this or know what it means?
  2. When you go to your Documents folder are you able to see your letter with the interview date, and if so is it the same letter you got in the mail? I'm curious since I may have to leave the country and this way I can make sure I don't miss the interview just because I missed the physical letter in the mail.
  3. It said "1 day" till yesterday and today it says "Estimated wait time: We are taking longer than expected to process your case. You do not need to do anything at this time". Oh well, I was hoping to get a date today. Maybe this is related to the government shutdown?
  4. That's great news! Congratulations -- I guess you should be studying for the civics exam now What does your "Estimated wait time" and "estimated case completion time" say now? And has your status changed on https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus ? I'm 23 days behind you so I'm really curious!
  5. What does your ETA say now? "7 days" was more than 7 days ago My "Estimated wait time" has been doing a daily countdown (started at 30 days) and now says 20 days so hopefully it's accurate. My "Estimated case completion time" says "February 2019 (2 months)"
  6. Could someone please add me to the list? I haven't been able to figure out how yet. excited to join this group! calberry........|06/04/07|02/05|02/14|02/13|03/08/18|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|San Francisco, CA|IOE
  7. Can someone help add my timeline to this thread? USCIS Phoenix, Arizona Lockbox calberry.........|06/04/07|02/05|02/14|02/13|03/08/18|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|San Francisco,CA..|IOE....|Feb 2019.| I couldn't figure out the instructions in step 5 which says 'Remove the "Quote Coding" located at the top of this template' -- I'm using Chrome on a MacBook. Excited to join this group!
  8. My application number starts with IOE but my biometric notification letter lists the service center as NBC. Does anyone know the difference between IOE and NBC? I mailed my N400 and got a letter soon after saying "we created a USCIS Online Account for you" which lets me check the status of my case.
  9. Hi! I wanted to add myself to the Feb filers timeline and had a quick question -- My application number starts with IOE but my biometric notification letter lists the service center as NBC. Should I enter IOE or NBC under "NBC/IOE" on my timeline and does anyone know the difference between IOE and NBC? I mailed my N400 and got a letter soon after saying "we created a USCIS Online Account for you" which lets me check the status of my case. I also couldn't figure out the instructions for step 5 which says 'Remove the "Quote Coding" located at the top of this template' -- I'm using Chrome on a MacBook. Or if someone could add me that would be really appreciated. USCIS Phoenix, Arizona Lockbox calberry.........|06/04/07|02/05|02/14|02/13|03/08/18|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|--/--/--|San Francisco,CA..|IOE....|Feb 2019.| Excited to join this group!
  10. I’m a permanent resident with a 10 year green card and I submitted a N400 application by mail with a lawyer under 3 year marriage on February 2018. I already did the biometrics and I’m currently waiting for the interview. I've been a permanent resident for more than 5 years but the lawyer thought checking (B) in Part 1 (3 year marriage) would be simpler since although there were no single trip longer than 6 months I was out of the country for a total of 238 days in 2013 over 3 trips. I have the required physical presence for both the previous 3 years (29 months) and 5 years (37 months) so I qualify for both. My lawyer said I shouldn't send the supporting 4 documents under "applying for naturalization on the basis of marriage to a U.S. citizen" listed at https://www.uscis.gov/files/form/attachments.pdf saying it's better to take them to the interview and mailed the application without them. She doesn't seem concerned and thinks my application is straightforward but I feel nervous not following directions. My questions are: 1. Should I not worry and take the supporting documents to the interview like my lawyer suggested 2. If USCIS does need the supporting documents will I get an RFE before the interview 3. Could this delay my application 4. Is there a way to send supporting documents after a N400 application has been mailed without a RFE 5. I have an online account at https://myaccount.uscis.dhs.gov/ that lets me "Upload Documents" under "Unsolicited information" -- is that the same thing as sending supporting documents for those that apply online Thank you!
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