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  1. Were you standing up straight at the nurse's last time? I lost an inch and a half that way once. You should probably give your normal height...
  2. Were there instructions on the appointment letter? We just did biometrics for AOS last week and I brought my bag inside, so i assume it will be the same for yours. They just scanned it in security before we went in. I think cell phones had to be turned off, according to the instructions, but no one told us anything about it there.
  3. Generally, it is fine to wear religious head coverings. See the policy for details: https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/document/memos/Accommodating Religious Beliefs PM.pdf
  4. I think I read that only happens for people who were able to file online for part of the application - not the case for most K1 AOSers.
  5. Yep, waiting for the combo card and an interview. The most recent people at my field office seem to have waited about 10 months for an interview, so I'm expecting around that.
  6. For us, it updated to "fingerprints have been taken" two days after the appointment, and "ready to be scheduled for an interview" eight days after.
  7. https://egov.uscis.gov/e-request/displayTypoForm.do?entryPoint=init&sroPageType=typoError You can correct the error via the link above. Is it an error in the person's name or a name in the address, like of a street or something? (Though it looks like the form at that link should work in either case.)
  8. Man! We were in and out in 10 minutes, I think. We spent more time going through security than waiting or getting biometrics done.
  9. They say the actual interview is really short - like 15 minutes tops, usually. And you're early enough in the day that they shouldn't be running behind yet... I believe you're supposed to file taxes as married even if you got married on the very last day of the year, but I don't know if they will bring it up.
  10. Yeah I've got this now too, if it's something you're interested in fixing. My emails had dates in January, while my timeline has sept-nov estimates.
  11. The blog askamanager.org also has great resources on job searching, resumes, interviews and work culture. The archives are helpful for searching for specific information. She also sells a pdf of job search advice which I bought when I was looking for my first professional job when I graduated. I found it helpful. I second the LinkedIn advice.
  12. June 27 were blank for EAD and AP and July 4 had the link to someone else's timeline. Before that I think it was normal, but the dates were occasionally really far off (like 6+ months different) what was displayed on my timeline on the site, so that may have been the same problem, but I didn't click the links and the emails are no longer in my trash folder to check.
  13. I got an email with the same problem today. And previously, ones with blank estimate dates.
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