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JoeMc

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  • Location Myrtle Beach, SC, USA

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    Myrtle Beach
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    South Carolina

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    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Charleston SC
  • Country
    China

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  1. Status for AP and EAD both changed to "Case Was Approved" today. 😀
  2. Page 2 of the form tells you where you should mail (or fax) the form to. (The address and fax number depend upon the state you live in.)
  3. I ran into a similar problem. I was able to get past the step you were on with one of my credit card numbers. Then it wants to verify the phone number by sending a text message with a unique number. No matter how many times I tried I never received the text message with the number I needed to enter... I found a paper form that can be filled out and mailed or faxed into the IRS to request a tax return transcript. After I read the 'fine print' I found out that it would not work for me. (I filed my 2019 taxes. But instructed them not to pay the amount due until the new deadline, July 15th. According to the IRS web site they will not produce the tax return transcript for 2019 until a few weeks after you actually pay the amount due. So I have to wait until approximately the start of August to request my tax return transcript for 2019.) But, here is the URL to the IRS's web page that has information about form 4506-T, the form you can use to request a tax return transcript. Hope it helps you: https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-4506-t There is another form they mention, a 4506-T-EZ Since I was unable to request the transcript at this time I didn't look into details about the differences between these two forms.... Here is the URL of the page at the IRS that discusses the 'EZ' form: https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-4506-t-ez
  4. Congratulations!!! That is awesome news. I keep checking our status. But after they canceled our interview and changed the status back to "Case is ready to be scheduled for an interview" it has not changed again, at least not yet. I still hope that they will issue my wife's green card without an interview. But, I don't want to set my expectations too high just in case they do not do so.
  5. We can relate. Our interview was originally scheduled for this morning.
  6. You are correct. Our interview was scheduled for April 16th. It was cancelled and our current status is back to "Case is Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview".
  7. Sarge... I fully agree with your logic and have had similar thoughts myself. But, each step of the process so far has had delays I failed to anticipate/predict. (An RFE, a 221g,....) You had your own share of delays that were much longer than mine. Looking at the statistics (https://www.visajourney.com/timeline/aosstats.php?cfl=) for the Dallas office (named in your timeline) the AOS has been taking an average of 309 days for the interview. (I think another member mentioned Sacramento - 265 days to interview). The office I am waiting for (Charleston) has an average of 143 days to the interview. That is a substantial difference. I agree with your logic that they are doing this to keep from falling too far behind. But, if the office is less far behind (compared to other offices)... I wonder how that will affect this??? I will continue to hope (after all, it is my state's motto... Dum spiro spero... "While I breathe, I hope"). But I will remain skeptical until I see it with my own eyes.
  8. So far (in my limited reading/research) I have only found instances where they decided to waive some employment related interviews. Have you seen and/or read about any marriage based interviews that were waived after being canceled?
  9. We were changed back to Ready to be scheduled, too.
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