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Hello, I want to share my timeline for my J1 waiver process under No objection statement Timeline: May 11 ---- All documents sent May 20 ---- Package was delivered May 24 ---- J1 Waiver cashed the cashier check for the process fee May 27 ---- No Objection letter sent from Mexico's consulate June 20 --- E-maill from J1- Waiver "THERE IS NO RECORD OF HAVING RECEIVED YOUR APPLICATION" July 12 ---- No status on webpage July 13 ---- J1 Waiver respond "PLEASE REDO OR RESEND APPLICATION PACKAGE. REMEMBER TO CANCEL CHECK FROM THE FIRST PACKAGE AND SEND A NEW PAYMENT FOR THE PROCESSING FEE" July 14 ---- Resent package July 15 ---- Package was delivered July 19 ---J1 Waiver visa specialist sent an e-mail: "WE HAVE NOT LOCATED YOUR WAIVER PACKAGE AS OF YET. YOUR PACKAGE MUST FIRST GO THROUGH PROCESSING AT THE WAVIER DEPARTMENT IN ST. LOUIS, BEFORE BEING SENT TO WASHINGTON, DC. FOR THE COMPLETION OF THE PROCESS. ONCE IN WASHINGTON, DC, THE INFORMATION WILL BE ENTER ONTO THE SYSTEM SO YOU CAN CHECK THE STATUS. . PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MAY CHECK YOUR CASE STATUS ONLINE BY VISITING WRD’S WEBSITE AT " July 25 --- Web page update Fee Received July 25, 2016 Form DS-3035 Received July 25, 2016 Form DS-2019 Received July 25, 2016 Statement Of Reason Received July 25, 2016 No Objection Statement Received July 25, 2016 Passport Data Page Received July 25, 2016 September 9 --- Web status: Favorable Recommendation September 19 --- Form I-797C Received. Form I-612 is filed and waiting for approval Current status --- Waiting for I-612
Basically the title. My wife's appointment is scheduled for Jan 7th, but for reasons related to my work, it would be so much more convenient if we could get it done earlier - sometime this week or next, ideally. I have heard of people who just show up to the appointment, even weeks earlier, and walk-in and get it done. Is this common/ acceptable? Should I call the office and confirm with them first if it's okay? I would much rather wait until the designated date than go through USCIS's formal rescheduling process. Thanks in advance!
Hi, I could really use some help here. This is the second time i'm getting a rejection notice (form I-797c) for my EAD application. I'm a J-2 visa holder and have received an EAD twice in the past. My eligibility category is C05 and just like in previous times I have provided the DS-2019 and all supporting documents. Both in the first rejection and in this one, the rejection notice simply says: "The application/petition was filed on an outdated version of this form...." Now, to my understanding this could only refer to the main form I-765. Indeed when i applied the first time (sometime in July) i saw a message in the USCIS website stating there will be a new form and starting August 25 this will be the only applicable form. However, since i applied before that i used the "old" form. After I got the rejection notification, i called the USCIS and talked to a representative who heard my explanation and checked online and agreed that i acted properly and recommended that I submit again exactly the same form as the first time. Since I was afraid to get another rejection, and since this time the date was already August 22nd (very close the aforementioned August 25 deadline) I decided to fill both form: the old and the new one and attached a letter explaining that I'm only taking extra caution. Imagine my surprise when I simply got another rejection without any further explanation! I really need some guidance here. I'm really frustrated that in the meanwhile i'm losing valuable work-time and money. What could i possibly be missing? is there a different form which might be outdated? I didn't see any other versions of the G-1145 and I used the latest version of the payment form G-1450. What should I do next?
Hi all! About 4 weeks ago I entered the USA after a very long DCF process to obtain my CR-1 visa. I’ve now received a I-797C form saying I need to pay an additional $220 to receive my green card. Therefore, I have a few questions which I’m hoping the experts on here can answer please. 1) Is this something I need to pay? I was under the impression that following the successful approval and entry into the USA on a CR1 visa that the green card is automatically sent out. 2) If I need to pay. It’s asking for the following things. Could someone tell me the easiest way to locate the two references; i] “A-Number” ii] DOS case ID I must admit, I can’t even remember seeing these references and I’m wondering it’s because my application was processed by the UK consulate rather than the NVC. Thanks in advance, B