08/05/2019. Case was received.
08/17/2019. 18 month extension notice received.
01/10/2020. Finger prints Done (intial appt 12/24)
01/29/2020. Finger print applied to my case.
AS of today my case status is showing that finger print was applied on 01/29/2020.
Since then no updated. I was wondering what happened to Nebraska Service Center for the last 2-3 weeks i haven't seen any cases approved.
Any one with similar timeline please share your experience. With Nebraska Serv Center.
Case was received 05/28/2019
Biometric done 11/22/2019
Card is being produced 06/02/2020
Total 12 months
Good luck to everyone, I'm so happy, no interview, no RFE
Sent only 2018 taxes
2018 rental lease
Bank statements for 2018
Birth certificate for our 2 daughter, 4 years old and a baby born in 2019.
I am applying I-751 to remove conditions from my 2y green card with a finalized divorce. My ex and separated 1 year and a month after I received my GC. I applied for divorce 3 months later after separation. There was a reason for the divorce and my ex and I did our best to save the relationship. My question is for those who are or were in the same situation. I would like to get an opinion on our evidences since I wasn't able to get some after we divorced.
all evidences I submitted :
1.Affidavit from me (notarized) 7 pages long from the date we met until we divorced.
2.Affidavit from my ex spouse (notarized) he explained why we separated and divorced.
3.Affidavit from my ex mother-in-law with details about our relationship.
4.Affidavits from 2 of my friends
5. A letter from the counselor and receipts from all our visits.
8.A letter from our bank saying that our joint account was closed
9. car loan with statements and savings account
10. Electric and Internet bills with our names and address
11. Tax returns (married filled separate)
Thats all documents I was able to get .
how many affidavits and joint documents did you submit?
how was your experience?
Green Card After You Entered On K1 to United States.
I entered to United States on K1 visa . I received 2.0 years conditional green card without interview. To remove the conditioned, has anyone faced interview especially for the one entered on K1? If yes, whether it was before getting conditional green card ; when applied for removing the condition on green card or both times?
I believe interview and processing (timeline) for I751 is based differently i.e. Those who were already in United States on different visas and got married ; those who got married in their home country ; third like me who entered United States on K1.
I751 waiver dec 2018
california service center
Applied in dec 2018
Biometric in may 2019
Rfe in march 2020
Send rfe responce in may 2020
Status updated of rfe responce recieved on may 11, 2020
I want to know what are the chances of approval with rfe or will then schedule an interview after rfe ??
Need advice waiting from dec 2018 for approval
Hi guys! I applied my i751 package on April 6 2020, and on uscis website case status was received as it should be. I got my extension letter a week later. And NOW the case status says “Fingerprints were taken” when I never had a biometric invitation letter from uscis and I hadn’t gone to give my fingerprints this time!
Could they take a fingerprints from the previous package? Or it’s a website mistake? Have anyone had this situation?
I had filed on august 2019. Going into 9 months in June I did biometric and it was applied to case in September 2019. From then I haven’t heard anything more. Field office is Vermont. Am still waiting patiently anyone with the same timeline has me
Filed for I751 in 5 January 2019
Biometrics done 14 February 2019
Filed for N -400 in 30 December 2019
Biometrics for N -400 done in 23 January 2020
I-751 transferred in 14 January NBC
It’s been almost 17 months nothing
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