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  • Location Albany, NY, USA

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    New York

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  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Chicago Lockbox
  • Local Office
    Albany NY
  • Country
    Argentina

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  1. We got the update today that our green card was finally approved! A month and a half waiting after RFE at the interview -- we are so so so happy!!!!! Thank you to everyone on this forum for all the tips, advice, and support through this journey.
  2. We got the update today that our green card was approved! After a month and a half after RFE at the interview we are so so so happy!!!!! Thank you to everyone on this forum for all the tips, advice, and support through this journey.
  3. Hi all, happy Friday We had our interview on Monday at Albany NY field office. Brought a full binder of additional evidence (everything required on the interview notice + more photos, etc.) but the officer didn't ask for any of it!! We front loaded our original petition and AOS packet so I think that's probably why. The officer was super nice and only verified my husband's I-485 info (addresses, employment, the end questions about cults and terrorism, etc) and asked a few simple things about me (my name, birthday, where I was born). Updated our current address and gave a new I-864 as my income has changed since we filed. That was it! Was about 20 mins total, quick and painless. Were told everything looked good and we are essentially approved but the only thing is USCIS lost our I-693 medical that my husband came into POE with 😑. I had copies ready to show but they couldn't take those so we got an RFE for that and have to redo the medical exam again....we were lucky enough to find an appointment that day so will be sending back to USCIS next week and hopefully get official approval letter soon. Kinda annoyed we have to wait yet again, especially since it's not our fault, but oh well.
  4. We had our interview on 6/22 at Albany NY field office. Brought a full binder of additional evidence (everything required on the interview notice + more photos, etc.) but the officer didn't ask for any of it. We front loaded so I think that's probably why. Officer only verified my husband's I-485 info (addresses, employment, the end questions about cults and terrorism, etc) and asked a few simple things about me (my name, birthday, where I was born). Updated our current address and gave a new I-864 as my income has changed since we filed. That was it! Was about 20 mins total, quick and painless. Officer said everything looked good and we are essentially approved but the only thing is USCIS lost our I-693 medical that my husband came into POE with 😑. So we got an RFE for that and have to redo the medical exam again. Will be sending that in next week and hopefully get approval letter soon.
  5. Hi all! So our interview is scheduled June 22 πŸ₯³. The checklist in the letter is pretty standard but do have some questions... It mentions to bring birth certificates for any children and then custody papers for any children not living with you. My husband's 2 daughters live with their mom in Argentina. We have a document that's basically an agreement between them outlining terms (visitation, child support payments, etc.) signed by the judge and lawyers when they divorced. We also have both their birth certificates but nothing is originals, it's all copies. We will obviously get everything translated from Spanish but is that enough to bring with us for that requirement? It doesn't mention to bring originals specifically for the kids paperwork, just everything we've submitted thus far (K1, AOS).
  6. Hi all! So our interview is scheduled June 22 πŸ₯³. The checklist in the letter is pretty standard but do have some questions... It mentions to bring birth certificates for any children and then custody papers for any children not living with you. My husband's 2 daughters live with their mom in Argentina. We have a document that's basically an agreement between them outlining terms (visitation, child support payments, etc.) signed by the judge and lawyers when they divorced. We also have both their birth certificates but nothing is originals, it's all copies. Is that enough to bring with us? It doesn't mention to bring originals specifically for the kids paperwork, just everything we've submitted thus far (K1, AOS). We will obviously bring multiple copies and get everything translated from Spanish.
  7. This morning we got the update our interview was finally scheduled! Waiting patiently for that letter in the mail
  8. This morning got the update our interview was scheduled! Waiting patiently for that letter in the mail
  9. Hi all, Hope everyone is doing well. We are getting a bit worried with processing times. We sent our EAD/AP renewal in January and haven't seen any movement since (other than "We received it and we're processing it"). It expires in July. The receipt notice also has my husband's last name spelled wrong and we've tried twice to submit a typo form but no response. Green card is STILL waiting for NYC...410 days since we filed. Hoping to hear some good news soon. Any advice for those of us just waiting and waiting and waiting? Might try to call USCIS and see if they can provide any info...πŸ˜•
  10. We are also Feb filers waiting for NYC Feels like forever. My husband's EAD expires in July so we filed to renew the EAD in January. You should do it ASAP just to be safe. No fee, just make sure you indicate you have a pending I-485.
  11. We are waiting patiently in NYC for our interview to be scheduled. Has been in "ready to schedule" status since April 2020 but I know NYC is one of the slowest offices.....😩
  12. We're in a similar situation. Sent our renewal packet for our combo card (EAD/AP) on Sat Jan 1/16 with the G-1145, delivered 1/19 and haven't gotten any texts or mail yet. We sent it to the lockbox address though: USCIS Attn: FBAS P.O. Box 805887 Chicago, IL 60680-4120 Just trying to be patient as always lol
  13. Happy new year everyone! Sending our renewal packets for EAD/AP this week as we're still waiting for our GC interview notice. Tra la la....πŸ™„
  14. @Fe.Ta @Fla&Mark We are also still "Ready To Schedule Interview" status since April (and knowing NYC....will probably be stuck for a while lol πŸ™„) but yes, best of luck to you both! Keep us posted and happy holidays! πŸ’—
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