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California 2019 June, July filers any News after biometrics Jan, February 2020 please. Thanks
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i751 pending with N400
i aplied my i751 removel of condition in june 2018 its 2020 now still pending after finger print. on june 2nd 2020 i applied for naturalization for citizenship .. how long more they gona take ? my i551 stamp is expirng soon in 5 months my 2 friends already a citizen and they applied after me
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Affidavit of support after green card
Hi guys

I get my two year condition green card last year it’s gonna be expire next year do I need fill out the affidavit of support form i864 again when I’m going to remove condition off my green card
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N400 processing time 12-36 Months!
Hello everyone,
Did you see the processing time for N400? Is this is a glitch or they really mean 36 months... I hate the day I immigrated to the US. What a nightmare dealing with the immigration process :(
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I-751 Transferred From VSC to Potomac
Did anyone hear anything from Potomac yet?

The case received May 5, 2019, at VSC
Biometrics was done June 11th, 2019
transferred to Potomac on February 5th, 2020

I recently downloaded an app that its called Lawfully and the app projecting that I should be able to hear something by July 29th as 39% I do not know if the app is accurate or not.

I have been 14 months and nothing is moving yet
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I751 and N400 pending
Does anyone who filed N400 while I751 was pending have any updates? Like is anything happening cause it looks like nothing moving at least for me.

I filed I751 in March 2019 in TX CS, finger prints nov 2019, N400 filed online feb 2020 and I 751 got transferred to NBC on 4.30.2020 and not a word since then.

Is anyone experiencing the same ? Or did anyone get approved within this year with similar situation??
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Nebraska update
Just a quick update for those waiting

Received 07/17/2019
Biometric 11/25/2019
 Case approved 06/18/2020
Card mailed 07/01/2020

No interview or Rfe. Case was stuck on figure prints received and applied to your case till approved

When a received my approval letter it say card will be mailed within 60 days. It took 2 weeks

I have everything ready to file N400 in the next week, cant wait to be done with this immigration stuff. wishing everyone one luck and great 4th of July! Stay positive and safe!
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New card is being produced
On June 30 ,2020 we ordered your new card for receipt number EACxxxxxxx and will mail it to the address you gave us ! Priority date September 2019
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Need help!!
Hi! Im going to apply for Citizenship this August. Beside filling the form N400, what kinds of papers do I need to submit with? Please help. Thank you
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I751 escalated to the Senator
Hi guys,
I posted about my experience earlier in the thread, and want to give updates on my case as well as ask a question. So, to remind I've been waiting for my permanent green card for over 18 months now, Texas office. We submitted an online "outside the processing time" inquiry, and today, I spoke to a level 2 officer who told me that apparently we're in line to be scheduled for an interview which it might take up to 52 months to have! To my question, why our interview wasn't waived and how come there are lots of people who submitted later that us and they have already gotten their cards and without interviews, her response was "well, that's just individual case-based decisions and unfortunately, yours wasn't waived". When I asked what's the problem with our case or documents we submitted, or if there's anything they're missing, she said nothing was wrong, but now it's mandatory that they interview everyone. She said she was sorry she couldn't give me better news. Now, I feel like what she said doesn't sound 100% true, because there are still cases that get approved without interviews. So now we're just hoping that our escalation to the senator is going to help.
Does anyone have a similar experience? And does anyone know if this is true that now interviews are mandatory?

Thanks!
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