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stuckonyou

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  1. I'm still waiting, too. πŸ‘€ I have no idea since when (or if?) I'm ready for interview, though, since my case hasn't been updated online at all since they received it. It wasn't even updated after I did the biometrics. So I'll just keep waiting, I guess...
  2. I hope everything went well today. Feel free to tell us about it. 😁 I'm still waiting for the interview notice in Chicago, and reading other's experiences help a little.
  3. How's it going for everyone? We're still waiting to hear something and to get our interview appointment. NOA1 was June 24th and we're in Chicago.
  4. Can you tell us more about what the interview was like? What did they ask? Also, when did you send in your AOS application? I tried looking at your timeline, but it says you had you interview in 2014 so I don't think it's correct? πŸ˜…
  5. How's it going for everyone within the Chicago field office? We filed June 17th 2021 NOA date was June 24th Biometrics August 2nd EAD combo card received January 14th ...and still no news on the interview so far...
  6. We applied for AOS in June 2021. I know that it can take longer to have your interview scheduled. The reason why I'm wondering about this is because I'm subscribed to e-mails about timelines similar to my own and have seen a few others belonging to my field office (Chicago) that either applied later than me or had their biometrics taken later than me that have had interviews scheduled. This makes me wonder a little bit about why mine is taking longer and why that could be. I have the EAD combo card already, so I'm not feeling stressed or worried about waiting in itself, just that others within the same field office have been scheduled and not me. Would that be a reason to be worried? Is this common? πŸ˜‡
  7. Thank you for sharing. ☺️ I finally got my SSN earlier this week. It took about 3.5 weeks from when the combo card arrived, so I even ended up calling the Social Security office about it and funny enough it arrived that same day. πŸ˜‚
  8. No update about the interview so far. But the online status for my I-485 application hasn't been updated at all since they received the payment, so I might just get the letter in the mail one of these days without seeing it online first. That happened to my friend in California recently, so... πŸ˜… I'd love to get the interview "over with", but at the same time I'm nervous about it so a part of me doesn't mind waiting a bit either. I'll probably laugh at my nervousness afterwards, though, and be glad it's over and done with. πŸ˜€ I was so nervous for the K1 interview, too, and there really was nothing to be nervous about at all. I guess it just feels like such a big deal.
  9. When you get the EAD and have ticked the box that you want an SSN in that application they will get that for you, but if you get your green card first you have to apply for it yourself. That's how I've understood it. But with that said I'm still waiting for the SSN. I've had the EAD card for almost three weeks now. So I was wondering if anyone on here knows about how long it takes if you live in Chicago? πŸ˜‡
  10. I got my EAD+AP now, but still waiting for the SSN that I ticked the box to get as well. A friend got hers a week after the combo card, but she lives in California so it might be longer where I live. πŸ˜‡ Still no news about interview, though.
  11. Has anyone here had there interview AFTER October 1st 2021 without having taken the Covid vaccine? If so, did you have any problems or was asked any questions about that? Or was everything okay as long as your medical from your home country was approved before this rule came into place?
  12. Yeah, I guess I just feel nervous to call them and although I'd probably get some information like you did it still wouldn't make anything faster either way. Or I don't think it would at least. πŸ˜… Which location does it say is working on your case? Mine says National Benefits Center.
  13. Would you mind telling me a little how the interview was? What did they ask and so forth? πŸ˜‡
  14. Thank you for sharing! ❀️ With the security questions, they didn't go through ALL of them, though, right? Because that would have taken forever? πŸ˜…
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