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Hi all. Is it possible to postal mail documents to your local field office after an AOS interview and without an RFE? My spouse and I conducted our AOS (from a K1 visa) interview in the Portland office on April 28. Our officer was kind and friendly and, after answering her questions and submitting all requested documents, she told us we had passed and she had more than the needed information and documents from our 12+ years of being together to know our relationship was authentic. The only reason, she told us, she could not approve us on the spot was that they had not received our original K1 submission packet (which we had handed over to the immigration officer at our point of entry in Seattle Airport in June of last year) and the K1 submission contained my spouse's medical exam. She said she had requested the authorities in Nebraska who had our case, to mail it to her (I asked if it was the National Visa Center and she said it wasn't). She said this could take 2 to 3 weeks but once she received our K1 packet and saw that our medical exam was in there, she would be able to approve us. Unfortunately that was 1.5 months ago and we've since logged a service request with USCIS but have not received any response. Just in case they would contact us to say they had lost the medical exam or never received the file altogether, my spouse acted proactively and obtained another copy of a full and unopened medical exam from the same accredited hospital from the original exam and we are wondering if there's a way we can simply mail this medical exam with our case information to the Portland office so the officer could review and approve. It's frustrating that we are hung up on this one logistical error made by them despite having correctly prepared everything. And every day that passes means another day delayed my spouse will eventually achieve citizenship. If anyone knows of any way to get in touch with one's local field office, either to mail or schedule a followup, we would greatly appreciate it. Many thanks for your help and support.
N400 application timeline:- Applied N400 online: Mar/27/2020 Acknowledgement letter received within 3 days in mail. 10 months later finally I was scheduled on December/17/2020 and I had my biometrics completed on Jan/11/2021 Now after biometrics USCIS case status updated to: "we are actively reviewing your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, Receipt Number IOE********** Our records show nothing is outstanding at this time. We will let you know if we need anything from you". Does anyone know how long further it will take to schedule interview? As it's already been 10 months. Please advise!
in i130 page 8 part 4 item 61a "The beneficiary is in the United States and will apply for adjustment of status to that of a lawful permanent resident at the USCIS office in: ____" does this mean you can choose the office? can I put Albany instead of New York? also, on page 1, upper right corner it says the form expires 02/28/21, which is already passed. if this form is expired why isn't there a new form on the uscis website? Thanks in advance