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dleen

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About dleen

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  • City
    Naperville
  • State
    Illinois

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  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Potomac Service Center
  • Local Office
    Chicago IL
  • Country
    India

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  1. That's good to hear! Unfortunately, Biometrics are almost never waived for CR1 visa applicants because CR1 applicants have never given fingerprints to USCIS for any other petition filed in the US (e.g. I-485). Biometrics were only taken by DoS during the CR1 interview in the applicant's home country and during Port of Entry. So it's highly unlikely for elisabettacarli19 to be waived.
  2. No update to the case online. I saw the USPS informed delivery page and knew that USCIS sent me something. When I actually checked my mail, it was the ACS appointment letter. I have not opted for email/text notification - so I’m not sure. If you are lucky, you’ll receive the appointment letter before Dec 16. If not, your best bet is to ask someone to check your mail when you are away for the letter. Hopefully USCIS will reschedule.
  3. So the nightmare scenario did come true - My wife received her Biometrics appointment yesterday (Notice date Oct 30, 2021) and the biometrics appointment is schedule for November 22, 2021. Luckily, we received the notice while she in the US and have gone ahead and rescheduled the flights. Updated Timeline: Filed: Oct 13, 2021 Received Date: Oct 15, 2021 Notice Date: Oct 18, 2021 ASC Appointment Notice Date: Oct 30, 2021 (Arrived in Mail on Nov 5, 2021). Biometrics Date: Nov 22, 2021 Code: MSC Center: National Benefits Center Entry into US: CR1 Important point made in the ASC appointment letter: "Your request to reschedule must 1) Be made BEFORE the date and time of the ORIGINAL appointment 2) Establish good cause for rescheduling."
  4. Hello Everyone, My wife and I filed a joint I-751 petition on October 14, 2021. Received Date: Oct 15, 2021 Notice Date: Oct 18, 2021 Code: MSC Center: National Benefits Center Entry into US: CR1 We are in a tight spot in terms of timing of the biometrics appointment: My wife travels to aboard on Nov 15, 2021. My wife is back on Dec 24, 2021. We are concerned that the Biometrics date may come while she is traveling. It would be great if you could provide an estimate of the biometrics appointment timeline? Based on the timeline above, is it highly likely that the Biometrics date may come while she is aboard? I read that the Biometrics can be rescheduled, but the new date will be 30 days from the original date. Thank you for your inputs, N&M
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