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OnTheGoFaroese

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  1. Hello! I was just wondering if anyone here has a similar situation as mine. So I filed an I-751 with divorce waiver last December 2017 and I was scheduled for an interview last June 23, 2019 Los angeles office. The interview went well and no further evidence was asked from me during interview. However after the interview, the officer did not come up with the decision right away. Instead I was given a piece of white paper (Will attached a sample picture of it) stating that my case is being held for review. Have you heard a similar outcome as mine? What could be the possible reason of continuance of my case? Is it normal? And how long should I wait for them to make a final decision? Thank you very much! Respectfully, Mark
  2. Thank you very much! The positivity of your reply makes my worries go away.
  3. Hello! I was just wondering if anyone here has a similar situation as mine. So I filed an I-751 with divorce waiver last December 2017 and I was scheduled for an interview last June 23, 2019 Los angeles office. The interview went well and no further evidence was asked from me during interview. However after the interview, the officer did not come up with the decision right away. Instead I was given a piece of white paper (Will attached a sample picture of it) stating that my case is being held for review. What could be the possible reason of continuance of my case? Is it normal? And how long should I wait for them to make a final decision? Thank you very much! Respectfully, Mark
  4. If ever I get renewed I will go ahead and will file a naturalization (if given the chance). As far as I know, a person can get multiple citizenship. I am not planning to abandon my residency in USA, it is just I needed to be in Australia to meet the Australia's immigration asked me to do. You see my case here is still pending so my question is if I can maybe just wait while in Australia then just come back if they will ask me for an interview?
  5. Hello! I am divorce waiver and with pending I-751. My case has been transferred to my local office which is the processing time would be somewhere between 23 months to 45 months. I filed December 2017 and my 18 months extension will be expiring this June 2019. I am scheduling myself tomorrow for an infopass to get my status extended. I have to be in Australia and live there for a while to meet their immigration conditions as well. Immigration of Australia wants me to be in Australia for 6 mos so I can get my residency to them as well. My current status is my case was transferred from Nebraska to National benefit Center (expecting for an interview) last April 10th since then there is no updates. So my questions are: 1. If I get my passport stamp that shows my status in USA would I be able to reside outside the US then just come back once I am scheduled for an interview or anything that USCIS requires me to be physically present in the US? I heard that it would critical for those who has issues for instance for those who has pending criminal or felony case (which i dont have) to come back but for those who doesnt it would be easier. 2. Can I update again my address again to a different US address? (I am currently in Nevada and would update my address to California so my family could receive the mail from USCIS) Thank you for answering! PS. I will ask a lawyer as well but would like to get your opinion to this and for those who has done this already.
  6. Let me just correct my post. The transfer letter DID NOT say anything about being scheduled for an interview
  7. Yes I have received the notice in my mail box. No it did say anything about interview. It only just said about “standard process” and if they need something they will notify me. I did not file N400 yet. So the transfer to NBC from Nebraska is something not what I am expecting because They transferred me to Nebraska on Jan 10, 2019 where they updated my name and DOB (Believing it was a good sign base on the experience of everybody here) but here I am I got the transfer again. 😂😂😂 well lets just see
  8. I was transferred to Nebraska as well last Jan 11 and then was transferred again go NBC last april 11. So I was transferred twice.
  9. My case was transferred from local office - Nebraska- NBC So I THINK they might send me for an interview as well. This is different from what I expected because I was expecting for an approval since they transferred me from nevada local office to Nebraska ( where they updated My DOB and name - and most people here who got this UPDATES usually receives approval notice 😪😭) and then on april 10 to NBC. I wonder how long do I have to wait if they will schedule me for an interview? My 18 mos extenstion is expiring on June and yes I am a WAIVER filer.
  10. So I was transferred to Nebraska and on March 13 they updated my DOB and Name. This morning I got a notification that they transferred me again to a new office. I checked my DHS account they havent changed it yet still DOB and name was updated. Haayss
  11. I know somebody. She posted a thread her. She was a waiver also. She said the documents that she sent was not that much but she was approved without RFE nor interview.
  12. My status has not changed yet since they updated my DOB and Name 14 days ago. Most of the people here got response just few days after those were updated. I am so hopeful for a good news. This waiting game is so tiring. BTW, I am a waiver filer.
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