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  1. https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/USCIS/Resources/Reports and Studies/Immigration Forms Data/Adjustment of Status/I485_performancedata_fy2020_qtr1.pdf That's the most recent report. It's been sent in quarterly. Looking at the report, it seems they've really cleared lots of pending cases. That's good news. That means it might take 3 to 4 months for ones case to be adjudicated.....unless off course something comes up (for instance COVID19) and prolongs it. It took me 6 months to get scheduled for interview. It could be more it could be less.
  2. So what documents do one need to go with? Is the greencard and the SSC enough? And will there be a need to fill any form?
  3. Hi everyone, I'm pleased to inform you all that hubby has gotten his greencard. We went for the interview a week ago and...viola...the card has landed in our mailbox. The interview was pretty fast. The officer just read out some questions in the i485 form for my hubby to respond to. He also asked some questions pertaining to dates. After the interview, the egov casetracker changed multiple times. I will list all the status we saw on the casetracker after we had the interview: 1. New Card Is Being Produced 2. Case Was Approved 3. Card Was Mailed To Me 4. Card Was Picked Up By The United States Postal Service 5. Card Was Delivered To Be By The Post Office. So in summary, it took us 8 months after filing for greencard to get it. And it took us 5 months to get the work permit and travel authorization. I actually thought it will take more than one year for our case to be adjudicated by the USCIS Dallas Field Office. I'm glad it took less than that. So for all Texas Filers, be hopeful. You'll get your interview soon enough. Cheers.
  4. Wow thanks. They are very professional with time. That's good to know.
  5. Please how long did the entire process take? I mean how long from when you got to the building till when you left the building?
  6. Wow awesome. Congrats. Did she ask you guys for Medical Report (i-693)? Or did you guys submit the Medical Report (i-693) in the original Adjustment of Status Application?
  7. Wow that's good news. I also know of a Couple that filed for K1 based AOS sometime around February or March and have just gone for their interview in Dallas Field Office. So it's going folks. Slow and steady...
  8. Another Texas May Filer @dearmrcolumbus just had their AOS interview. This is good news for we Texas Filer. Their Field Office is San Antonio. Our turn is coming. Let's hang in there.
  9. Wow, this is the best news I've heard this week...lol. I'm so happy for you. Yoir case has given we Texas filers hope.
  10. He should also go to SSA with his Birth Certificate. This link should guide you on filling the AOS form and assembling documents: https://www.visajourney.com/content/k1k3aos/
  11. Even the Supervisor of a Mega Center is ignorant. This is quite unfortunate. Well I recommend you try another Field Office nearby if you have the time. You can also report the mega center to InspectorGeneral@dps.Texas.gov (or call (512) 424-5769) or you contact their Customer Service via this link: www.dps.texas.gov/contact.htm (or call (512) 424-2600). These guys need to get their act together.
  12. Which Field Office is this? I recommend you guys go to the nearest Mega Center.
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