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  1. Same here and also from NJ. I think that, unless you have some urgent need of obtaining the citizenship, we need to sit down and wait, otherwise we will go crazy.... I feel like it’s very unlikely it will be completed until May...
  2. That’s a good way to start. https://www.uscis.gov/citizenship/find-study-materials-and-resources/study-for-the-test also, you can download the official app and take daily quizzes! Good luck!
  3. Just got my NOA by mail. The receive date is the same as the Notice Date, and Priority Date. Whatever it means... LOL. Will just keep waiting. I'm much more patient for the N-400 stuff than I was for the ROC. But, it always feels good to receive mails from the USCIS... 😂
  4. Not sure if it is true. It’s said: “This does not include living in the United States as a lawful nonimmigrant”. H1B is a non-immigrant visa, as far as I am concerned.
  5. Thank you! Now I can see these tabs. It should take at least one day until they update the home screen! also, just to let you guys now, my estimate date is May 2021 (I’m applying from Jersey, so it should be agency style Newark).
  6. Just sent my online application today, kind of rushed due to the fee increase! Now, let the wait game begin!!!! Good luck everyone!
  7. Morning everyone! my window opens next week. I’ve got my ROC approved already, but I wonder if I have to send all the evidence again or would they use the one I sent before? I am asking this because in the N-400 website they would only list as supporting documents our joint tax refunds (for the last 3 years) or leases/ loans or mortgages and my spouse proof of citizenship. what are your thoughts or experiences? thank you!
  8. You’re right: From USCIS website: https://www.uscis.gov/news/alerts/uscis-revises-interview-waiver-guidance-for-form-i-751 Generally, USCIS officers must interview a conditional permanent resident who is the principal petitioner on a Form I-751, unless the interview is waived. This guidance explains that officers may consider waiving an interview if they are satisfied that: For Form I-751 cases received on or after December 10, 2018, USCIS has previously interviewed the principal petitioner; There is no indication of fraud or misrepresentation in the Form I-751 or the supporting documentation; and There are no complex facts or issues that require an interview to resolve.
  9. Hey, just a final update of mine. my card arrived yesterday. so, in summary: 9/23/19 - I-751 sent 9/25/19 - Received date 9/26/19 - Notified by USPS that package was delivered 9/27/19 - received texted message from USCIS saying that they’ve received it on September 25 - NOA date is 9/27 9/30/19 - check was deposited 10/3/19 - NOA received 10/29/19 - Biometrics completed 6/25/20 - E-mail saying that card is being produced 6/26/20 - E-mail saying that case was approved 7/15/20 - E-mail saying card was ready to be picked up by USPS 7/16/20 - E-mail saying card was taken by USPS 7/17/20 - I received the 10 year green card Good luck everyone!
  10. Hey Folks, just got an email from USCIS stating that my card was ordered. :) I guessing means it was approved, right??? I haven’t seen the word “Approved”, but the email says the card was ordered and they will mail it to me. I’m an EAC filer. My updated timeline: 9/23 - I-751 sent 9/25 - Received date 9/26 - notified by USPS that package was delivered 9/27 - received texted message from USCIS saying that they’ve received it on September 25 - NOA date is 9/27 9/30 - check was deposited 10/3 - NOA received 10/29- Biometrics completed 6/25 - e-mail from USCIS saying: “Your case status: Card/ Document Production” “On June 25, 2020, we ordered your new card for Receipt Number EAC199014****, and will mail it to the address you gave us. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. “
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