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JackMatt

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  1. @geowrian your help is helpless, if you don't know anything about a topic just don't reply. There's serious stuff goin' on here, your replies actually didn't help me, just made confusion. Thanks for reading this and not replying. Baci e abbracci
  2. Update in case someone needs it: a week before the interview I called USCIS and was able to speak to a Tier 2 agent. Minors of any age can be brought to the interview if part of the family. I read a lot of (removed) hit on the web about the agent being pissed off by a toddler or whatever age. It's all paranoia: you can bring your kid to the interview, he/she is part of the process, no reason to worry. The atmosphere at USCIS SF is very friendly and despite understanding the anxiety on this step I think if the marriage is bona fide then you shouldn't look on the web for help as I did. GC approved in 8 minutes BTW (with a great toddler sitting next to us).
  3. Me either, you linked the cdc.gov website, CDC stands for Centers for Disease Control. But thanks for the advice, I'll call USCIS tomorrow to see what they think about it.
  4. Thanks, fortunately there's no disease involved. The definition of "toddler" doesn't matter. Let's stay on topic: she's a 4 (four) years old human being, will she be allowed at the interview? Is there any other couple here having the same situation?
  5. Well, I think a 4 yo is a toddler and I'm not concerned about safety. I'll call USCIS tomorrow just to be sure. Thanks for your reply
  6. Hello, On Feb. 20th my wife (USC)and I will attend the interview in SF for my GC. She has a 4 yo daughter and we live all together, she appears on the I-485 form. We have no chance of leaving her with someone else while we go to SF, so I was wondering if we should call USCIS and tell them or we can just show up all together at the interview. Thanks in advance
  7. Hello everybody, I just received an e-mail from USCIS stating that (finally) my interview has been scheduled. Usually how many days between the e-mail and the actual interview? thanks for your attention!
  8. So just to keep you guys posted, in case someone is in the same situation, here's the story: - Sep. 3rd I received the EAD - Sep. 4th I went to DMV with all te papers, paid the fee and at the end of the process they told me that "the system" couldn't read my EAD. The lady told me to come back the next week and try again 'cause the manual verification could take up to 8 months. Unfortunately I believed her and every week since then I tried to see if they can scan my EAD. - Nov 5th I tried again and since it was not working I decided to go for manual verification and secondary review, all papers sent to Sacramento DMV office. Same day I passed the written test, they took me a picture and gave me a temporary DL. They handled me a few sheets one of which stating: "to request to have your documents reviewd and your identity verified, please call toll free at 1-855-421- 1001". So I asked to a clerk if I had to call or not and he told me to call that number after 6 weeks. -Nov.6th I called that number and the man checked my datas and told me: "I don't see any secondary review request on you, if they gave you a temporary DL you can schedule a behind the wheel driving test and get your license" -Nov.26th I passed the driving test and they gave me an Interim DL. -Dec. 6th I received my driver license by mail (Real ID) I have to say that all the people at Eureka,CA DMV office are nice, can't complaint about it... but they have no idea of what they are doing. Maybe one day I'll show up there and tell them my story.... Hope this is helpful to someone
  9. That's happening to me too with the difference that after passing the written test they gave me a driving permit, then I called the number they gave me for secondary review and the man who attended me said that there's no secondary review on my case and I can schedule a driving test... That will be on Nov. 26th, let's see what happens! I'll keep you posted.
  10. Yes, I've been told about manual verification, it can take up to 10 months they said... The other closest DMV office is 60 miles from home... Well, thank you, I think there's not much I can do about it...
  11. I kept trying, last time last monday and nothing... It's still not readable... I don't know how to solve the problem
  12. Hello everybody, early this month I received the EAD card and then I got the SSN, went to DMV to get a driving license (Eureka, CA) and after filing all the forms they scanned my EAD and they said the scanner can't read it 'cause probably my card number is not on the DHS system yet, so I couldn't go further in the process. They told me to wait and go to DMV every week to try if my card is "readable" or not. Did this happen to any of you? Have you ever heard about something like this?
  13. Hello everybody, early this month I received the EAD card and then I got the SSN, went to DMV to get a driving license (Eureka, CA) and after filing all the forms they scanned my EAD and they said the scanner can't read it 'cause probably my card number is not on the DHS system yet, so I couldn't go further in the process. They told me to wait and go to DMV every week to try if my card is "readable" or not. Did this happen to any of you? Have you ever heard about something like this?
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