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monicat71

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    Leander
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    Texas

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    Removing Conditions (pending)
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    California Service Center
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    San Antonio TX
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    Mexico

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  1. I have the exact same date of filing as you, but I did file the day before not because I was in a rush, but because I was stupidly thinking of 3 months, not 90 days!, I have my NOA with the date of July 5th but on the website it shows July 6th just like yours. I wrote an email trough the website to ask for help, since I don't want to get denied, I rather file again now if needed. I am just wondering if their website said it was received on July 6th, that is what counts? I am freaking out after reading all the experiences of people filing before the 90 days
  2. Yes, it is possible that they both get adjudicated together, but I have also seen people get approved for their GC before going to the interview for the N-400. For what other people in this forum have said, it is more about what you really want. If your ultimate goal is citizenship, then there is no reason to wait to get your GC. But for some people it is important to have their 10 year green card in hand at some point of this process. I just see it as taking the shortest path towards citizenship. I have always had bad luck wit having to wait longer than other people for my cases to process, so I thought it would be better for me to give the I-751 a kick with my N-400. Who knows, literally every case is different! BTW, my estimated completion time for the N-400 is March 2020, estimating an interview being held seven months from now. You can read about many experiences here:
  3. I have an SRC, and mine was transferred this month to NBC right after I applied for naturalization. I got biometrics done back in December.
  4. Hello, I filled my I-751 August 20 2018 to California, my case starts with SRC and i did Biometrics back in December along with my kids that are included on my application. I filled my N-400 Online, July 5th 2019, and my Biometrics letter is on its way. Also my ROC case was transferred to The National Benefits Center, which does not have estimated time for I-751. Has any of you received notice of your pending ROC case being transferred?
  5. Hello, I filled my I-751 August 20 2018 to California, my case starts with SRC and i did Biometrics back in December along with my kids that are included on my application. I filled my N-400 Online, July 5th 2019, and my Biometrics letter is on its way. Also my ROC case was transferred to The National Benefits Center, which does not have estimated time for I-751. I am afraid to get stuck in limbo, because it is just my luck with everything I have gone trough with USCIS. Does anyone has a similar experience wit the Missouri center? Thank you in advance for your help!
  6. The same happened to me. It never worked on the app or the old website, same message as yours. But I filed my N-400 last week and I got a notification that my SRC case (ROC) was transferred to my local office and since then it started to work both on the app and my.uscis.gov
  7. I applied on July 5th, I am waiting now for my Biometrics appointment, but I also got a notification today that my i-751 got transferred and was received by my local office, I am excited because either that would get approved soon or when I actually go to my N-400 interview they will have my case there, so it will be easier to adjudicate both at the same time!
  8. Hello, Thank you for this group! I have my I-751 pending Filed August 21st 2018 to California, but my receipt is SRC. It was during that crisis of new filing locations changes so it took a long time to get my NOA. I included my three kids too on my application. I filed online for N-400 today (July 5th), but I just realized my 90 day window opens tomorrow actually, I hope I haven't caused myself any trouble. Good luck everyone!
  9. I gave them all my travel dates since I moved to the US, because I moved here before I got married, so it goes longer than 3 years but not 5. Good luck!
  10. So I do not need a Letter to ask them to adjudicate both i-751 and N-400 together?
  11. I am submitting my N-400 application tomorrow. Does anyone have a sample cover letter that I could use?
  12. I gave them all my travel dates since I moved to the US, because I moved here before I got married, so it goes longer than 3 years but not 5. Good luck!
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