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About centric23

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  1. As long as you got married within 90 days of your arrival to the US, you fulfilled the visa. The problem was the limbo status you put yourself in for the past 4 years. Since you've filed, there is no issue. Now just sit back and wait.
  2. Yes. The notice will be online and you can print from there as well.
  3. I'd say wait a few days for the online access code information, then you'll be able to sign on and see if all your cases were received. Did you put them in the same package?
  4. Once you receive your online access code, you can upload the additional evidence and there are categories for the uploads. For example, at the time of filing, our 2022 tax transcript was not yet available. Once it was, I uploaded it under the affidavit of support section. There's also an unsolicited evidence section if you're looking to provide more proof of your relationship.
  5. I-485 is your green card. You no longer need an EAD card or AP. Congrats and go rest for the next 21 months before you start the ROC process haha
  6. Do all AOS applications gets transferred to a field office before approval or do some get approved while at NBC?
  7. May have to with the 10 year anniversary of the Boston Marathon event. They're just taking extra precautions to prepare for tomorrow.
  8. The updates are weird once it gets to field office, but the RFE will eventually show up in your portal. They won't continue with your case until medical is received.
  9. I'd recommend calling and speaking with an agent for clarification or contacting the home country to get a copy of that form. You should've been able to keep a copy of all your medicals to mail in for the AOS process.
  10. That's a strange request. Did he need a chest x-ray after his original medical?
  11. I've seen several requests for marriage certificates lately, even with 1 sent along with each form, so they're just super disorganized on their part. Your husband should have gotten a copy of his medical DS-3025 before leaving the country. That's the one you include your AOS packet. Because it's only valid for one year, they might need you to go to a civil surgeon and do a new medical. Bring the one from his home country to your appointment so you don't have to pay for new vaccines and they can just transcribe it for you. It'll cost at least $380.
  12. They could've also gotten their GC denied if they did not respond to an RFE in time. Let's give benefit of doubt and say they were traveling outside the country using their AP when the RFE came in. If they're not monitoring properly, they could've missed the deadline. That's why it's important to log in to your online account occasionally instead of just relying on the case tracking apps, RFEs don't always show up in the system.
  13. Some people have tried walking in for biometric appointment and had success. Although we didn't, our office was pretty empty and I'm sure they would've taken someone who tried.
  14. Thanks for replying! Would you mind if I send you a private chat? I have some quick questions, but don't want to spam the forum
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