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LukeU

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About LukeU

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  • Gender
    Male
  • State
    Michigan

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  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Texas Service Center
  • Local Office
    Detroit MI
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Our Story
    I'd gone to the USA to meet a pen pal and one evening my Penpal, her boyfriend and I went to a bar and the boyfriend asked "Hey, I have a friend who may want to come for a drink, any issues with that?" Nope.
    Fast forward an hour or two and in walked Courtney and as they say 'the rest is history'. We spent the next three weeks galivanting around and a year and a bit later...here we are.
    I never believed in fate etc, but when so many things all had to line up over the previous 10 years for this to happen....it does make you wonder

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  1. So my GC interview is scheduled for December 9th. We received an update lastnight (Nov 20th) on our EAD to say the "New card is being produced". Just be nice to receive my SSN before the GC interview etc (I was lazy and ticked the SSN box on the EAD application).
  2. Hey sure, so it was dated 28th October on the actual notice to attend interview
  3. I know on some of mine it states "Unless already submitted". Thankfully we took copies, so I'm still going to take them with me as I don't trust them but...hopefully that makes it a little easier for you to compile! Most of all, goodluck! It maybe insanely crazy, but just think. If it is >24 months then you skip the conditional and receive 10 Yr LPR Which is a small plus. I obviously hope it isn't that long for you and that the EAD/AP are quick, but!
  4. I'll be sure to do this, I've done it for each other stage of this process so I will most definitely continue to do so So I think I've finally calmed down after being so excited by receiving the interview date, just to know it's almost over with and I can contribute again!
  5. The new website (https://myaccount.uscis.gov/) still just says "Case was received". The old website (https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/mycasestatus.do) just shows case is ready to be scheduled. Maybe so, a friend who moved from the same city as me in England is awaiting his interview date too so should all be receiving them soon, fingers crossed.
  6. I called yesterday and got some rude lady from the south. She just said "Sir, they received your RFE on the 11th October, they have 2 months to decide if they have more, thank you." But now I don't care about that lady I hope you get your letter soon also, my status hasn't changed either.
  7. Received my interview appointment date today for December 9th. Old website still shows "ready to schedule for an interview" (from 24th October). New website still shows "case was received". RFE was received by them on the 11th October.
  8. Today I have received my interview apointment date for 9th December So even with an RFE a pretty good processing timeline to be honest.
  9. Our NOA1 was early August, we received an RFE which was dated Sept 29th, they received the response 11th October. 24th October our status changed to "Ready to schedule an interview". I went on the premise that an RFE at least gave us confirmation that someone was looking at our case, I don't believe it resets the case. Detroit is my local field office but RFE sent to the NBC ofcourse.
  10. I will be sure to update once it changes to "Interview is scheduled" still just "ready to be scheduled" currently
  11. That is not a bad timeline actually, I'd be happy with a December interview and it appears that a lot of people's status changes from ready to schedule to scheduled within about a week or so! Guess I'll get back to refreshing just incase 😉
  12. Absolutely, although we do travel to Chicago quite often to visit friends so that would probably suited us perfectly. Oh cool, I used to work very close to Lincoln (Humberside Airport) so I know exactly where you mean. Funny enough, I bought snow pants the other day and have a crash course this coming week on the snowblower as I have being tasked with snowblowing!
  13. We're in the lower peninsula also, in the joint of the thumb and sadly they still sent us to Grand Rapids, well Kentwood...we would have greatly preferred Detroit as it cuts 40 minutes or so off the journey but hey, beggers can't be choosers right?! Our RFE was a fair one, we sent 2017 & 2018 tax paperwork in, but only sent a W2 for 2018 not the full tax return report There's a few of us floating around here! I met someone on here going through the K1 who was also from my home city (Hull, UK) and was also coming to Michigan!
  14. Our timeline is a recent one below regarding the biometrics etc, initially it was scheduled for the 3rd of September but we had to reschedule. I don't believe there is a status that states the letter regarding the biometris is in the post. Our biometrics was scheduled in Grand Rapids and not Detroit actually, eventhough Detroit would have been much closer! Now that is an amazing timeline, as of Saturday ours changed to "ready to be scheduled for interview" and now I'm refreshing like a lunatic to see if they update to it being scheduled. What date is your interview scheduled for?
  15. We didnt send the whole federal tax return for the most recent tax year just the W2. So they requested that. My online case never changed until they received my response
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