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    05/24 PD
    06/18/18 Bio apt
    06/26/18 Fingerprint review was completed
    09/27/18 RFE for I-864
    11/04/18 Sent response to RFE
    11/06/18 RFE response was received
    11/07/18 Courtesy letter for I-693
    11/19/18 Case is ready to be scheduled for interveiw
    11/20/18 Interview was scheduled

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  1. Went to the interview and passed the test. Was told that everything looks good but a decision cannot be made right now. Made me signed all papers related to the oath ceremony : checking names, DOB, pledge of allegiance. Now, waiting for the status to change online 🤞🏽
  2. Cincinnati, OH. Timeline jumped from 11 months to 13 months after they had scheduled the interview.
  3. Congrats and good luck! was your n-400 based under the 3 or 5-years rule? where is your local office at?
  4. Congrats and good luck! That was fast! https://www.uscis.gov/citizenship/find-study-materials-and-resources/study-for-the-test You can get the 2008 study materials on the USCIS website.
  5. Filed today and biometric was waived. Good luck to all!
  6. This is misleading. They can actually interview you and approve your case anytime after you submit the application, assuming you meet all the criteria and have been / is still married to the US Citizen. Due to timing and delays, your application will most likely not be approved within the 90 days window. USCIS does not have to wait until your 5th year Greencard anniversary to interview/approve your case. straight out of DHS https://www.dhs.gov/publication/uscis-processing-concurrently-pending-forms-n-400-and-forms-i-751 “All the rights and privileges that apply to lawful permanent residents, however, apply to conditional residents, including the right to apply for naturalization. Also, pursuant to Section 319(a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, the spouse of a citizen may naturalize after residing in the United States for 3 years after becoming a lawful permanent resident, rather than 5 years as generally required. Lawful permanent residents who are eligible to naturalize under this provision of law may file their N-400 applications up to 90 calendar days before they complete their 3-year permanent residence requirement. All the other requirements for naturalization must be met on the day of filing the application. Due to the lengthening of processing times for I-751 petitions, both a request to remove the conditional status and an application for naturalization may be pending at the same time, which creates operational and adjudication issues at USCIS”
  7. https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/#/history-search I believe that you can always retrieve your travel history using the I-94 link above. I travel a lot and have not gotten any stamps on my passport (if that makes you feel better).
  8. The letter will also suggest some places where you can park. Btw, are you doing AOS, removal of conditions or N-400? What’s your timeline?
  9. Nope. You will have to pay for parking. Starting at $10
  10. That’s a tough one. You mentioned that you “didn’t find about your son until recently”, how long were you guys separated? Clearly it was more than 6 mo. Or are you referring to you having another son with a different woman? Sounds like you two have never lived together. your best chance is to tell the whole truth to the officer and hoping for the best. You and your attorney need to come up with a game plan for the worst case scenario : like starting from scratch.
  11. They will notify you when the card is mailed out and will provide you a tracking number upon UPS approval & receipt of the envelope. If you have informed delivery, the tracking number will also show up on it. Overall, depends on your location, it takes btw 2-5 days to receive the card after shipping
  12. Lin November 16th. New card is being produced as of today. Biometric was waived on June 28th. Btw, I notice a lot of November approvals on the case tracking app.
  13. Congrats! Glad to know they are making some progress with the backlog.
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