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  • Location Salt Lake City, UT, USA

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    Salt Lake City
  • State
    Utah

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  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (approved)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Chicago Lockbox
  • Local Office
    Salt Lake City UT
  • Country
    Ecuador

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  1. We just got back from our interview. It went very well. The IO was very nice and just asked questions about how we met, reviewed the I-485 responses and asked for our evidence of marriage and pictures. He said we had sufficient evidence and approved us easily. Now we wait for ROC!
  2. We got our interview letter today for March 2nd! Still no word on EAD/AP.
  3. We just had our biometrics appointment today. Took about 25 minutes. The letter we got was only for AP so when my wife got there, the USCIS employee was confused why we weren't scheduled for AOS and EAD biometrics but luckily was able to get them all done in the same visit.
  4. We finally got our biometrics letter yesterday! November 12 although the letter just says it’s for the i131 but at least we’re finally hearing something.
  5. We're still waiting for a biometrics appointment at the Salt Lake City office. Got our NOA on April 16 and USCIS received our RFIE response on May 27. I read somewhere else that the SLC office had to reschedule 6900 appointments before making new ones and that they were only scheduling 40 a day. Anyone else here in SLC that could confirm this?
  6. Oh, I never noticed that part about citizenship! I sent it in with my application but I guess you don't have to. Regarding paystubs, while it's not a requirement, I would recommend it if you can just because it's more evidence to strengthen your case.
  7. We sent in the response to our RFIE yesterday. Found out that for birth certificates from Ecuador, they want the government seals printed on the back side. We copied everything on two separate pages. This time it's on the same page. lol hopefully this works! Make sure you follow very carefully the country specific requirements for documents on the visa reciprocity page before submitting AOS!!!!! https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country.html
  8. You'll need to submit proof of citizenship again. Submit paystubs as well.
  9. Yeah it was a copy and we also submitted the English translation. It's the same birth certificate that USCIS requires from Ecuadorians on the Visa Reciprocity page which is really confusing me. I know of other Ecuadorians getting this same letter recently but don't know how they've responded.
  10. Just got our RFIE in the mail today. They're requesting the birth certificate even though we submitted it correctly the first time....
  11. Our status changed. They sent a Request for Initial Evidence yesterday. Kind of worried right now. 😬 I'll keep you all up to date when the letter arrives.
  12. No one has made an April post yet. We’re planning on filing next week. Good luck to everyone here. Double check the dates on all forms and make sure you follow the new requirements since they changed as of February 24, 2020. AOS Checklist Cover Letter listing Table of Contents (Check Payable to U.S. Department of Homeland Security - $1,225.00) Form I-485 (completed and signed by non-US Citizen/beneficiary) Form G-1145 Form I-944 (Declaration of Self-Sufficiency) (required as of February 24, 2020) Copy of beneficiary's Passport with biographical page Copy of beneficiary's K1 Visa from Passport and entry stamp Copy of NOA2 Approval letter (from K1 process) I-94 Copy of beneficiary's Birth Certificate translation of birth certificate (if needed) Certified copy of Marriage License Passport Photos (2) name written on the back Copy of DS-3025 Form I-864 (completed and signed by USC) (goes with form I-485) Proof of USC's citizenship (copy of birth certificate, copy of passport bio page, or other) 2018, 2017 (optional), and 2016 (optional) Tax Return (with W-2) or Transcripts Employment Verification letter (updated one - not the one used during K1 process) Paystubs (last 3 months) Form I-765 (completed and signed by non-US Citizen/beneficiary) Copy of beneficiary's Passport with biographical page Copy of beneficiary's K1 Visa from Passport and entry stamp I-94 Passport Photos (2) name written on the back Copy of NOA2 (from K1 process) Form I-131 (completed and signed by non-US Citizen/beneficiary) Copy of beneficiary's Passport with biographical page Copy of beneficiary's K1 Visa from Passport and entry stamp I-94 Passport Photos (2) name written on the back Copy of NOA2 (from K1 process)
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