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  1. I will answer this myself, in case it helps others. Due to the fingerprints not being able to the read by the FBI twice USCIS will sometimes take a police criminal record check covering the last ten year of residency. In my case I need an ACRO from the uk for 9 years and 10 months and 2 months from the US state we are now in. These are sent back to USCIS to review and make a final judgement on the case.
  2. Hi all, My own employment based (EB1-C) and one of my derivative childrens AOS was approved this last week. My other derivative child was not approved and that case has been updated to show that RFE (request for additional evidence) has been issued. Only thought on this is that the biometrics were taken twice and both time the FBI failed to read the prints, as told by a tier 2 officer and the case never updated past fingerprint fee received. Does anyone have any idea why an RFE would be sent rather than a simple biometrics appointment?? Is there another procedure Tks
  3. My case is still in limbo. It took them over 30 days to assign my SR to an officer and 24 hours to close on the 11th July 2020. I still have not received the update due to my company now changing visa attorneys and cases being migrated.
  4. I sent my I-693 back to USCIS in early March via FedEx and still have not confirmed they have them. I had to log a SR on Jun16th. Still waiting for someone at USCIS to work on the SR as of today......
  5. I would go here https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/ select the office where your application is using the receipt number of if you know the paperwork is at your FO. If outside the timeframes listed then I would go here https://egov.uscis.gov/e-request/displayONPTForm.do?entryPoint=init&sroPageType=onpt to check you have the right details and complete the form. Or call USCIS and ask to speak to a tier 2 office. They should log a SR for you.
  6. Can I ask why you are not taking any notice of the replies you have received on the other forum you posted this?? Is there anything else you need to know or just looking for clarification??
  7. If your travel is domestic then I doubt CBP would even look past the ID page. I travel domesticly at few times a month and have never had the passport flicked thru. They just scan the ID page with the UVB light and check the details match the boarding pass.
  8. I would always call if indoubt. Call 1- 800-375-5282. When the call is answered press 1,1,2,2 and enter your receipt number. When the L1 agent gives you all their details if they do not answer you question then do asked to be transfered to a L2 office, they have access to more data.
  9. Actually my EAD status went from Card is being produced > Case Was Approved > Card was Delivered To Me By the Post Office. If you call with the receipt number USCIS will let you know if the card has been produced and a USPS tracking number.
  10. Did you on-line case status ever read "We have ordered your new Card" then move to Approved status? If not perhaps a call in to USCIS, just to make sure. When you call press 1,1,2,2 when they first answer. I think the SSN stats is not relevant as you had this in place already, you just orderd a replacement SSN card. Perhaps an employer could use E-Verify to check if you are looking to start in the next day or so(??)
  11. Do they not all have your fingerprint on them? I find this a little strange as it was my belief that a consular biometric was not taken by USCIS and they were not able to share the data. In the same way they should be able use your prints / photographs that have been taken when taken for CBP / Global Entry / previous US visa (if not too long ago of course)
  12. So if you are on a L1 and already working in the US, you already have a role that is not going to stop a USC getting a role as it is not an open position. The EB1-C seems to say you are very much a needed part and / or an executive of the organization you are working for. Why would USCIS stop that employment AOS? What would be the benefit to an unemployed USC?
  13. I got the "Approved" and "Card is being produced" updates however I never got the updates "your card has been picked up by USPS". Only update after "Card is being produced" was the "Card was delivered by the post office" weeks after I had card in hand
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