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dbmlm     06/13/2019 00:11 AM
 


This is our experience. Both primary and spouse both filed. Hopefully this will be helpful. Our interview was in NYC office.

TIMELINE:

I-140/485 Filing: concurrent
RFE Received?: no
end of Mar 2018> Application Filed (I485/AP/EAD/I140)
end of Mar 2018> Priority Date
first week of May 2018> First Fingerprint Date
 Jun 2018> EAD/AP Received (primary)
 Oct 2018> I-140 Approval
 Nov 2018>Case Transferred to: National Benefits Center Transfer Date
start of Apr 2019> pink courtesy letter received asking for 2 passport photos
end of Apr 2019 > Interview Notice Date
03 Jun 2019> Interview Date
07 Jun 2019> Card Production Ordered
12 June 2019> the Post Office picked up mail containing your new card
15 June 2019> expected to Receive card!!!

Interview appointment was at 7:15am (get at least 30-45min before), we were done by 8:30am- did not bring a lawyer with us. The officer was very friendly, felt more like a conversation.
Original documents we were asked for: recent Passports, marriage certificate, birth certificate, W2, paycheck, employment letter , advance parole, 2 photos
Q:
- address where you live, how long have u lived there?
- Do you have a lease ( gave Lease and letter from building that we live together)
- What city was spouse born
- Do u speak spouse's language ?
- Where was your last trip outside USA ?
- Where did you guys meet?
- What is spouse's birthday
 - what was date of your wedding
- You have family in USA?
 - Do you work now ?
 -What is the job title of spouse?
- Where did the spouse work before that ?
Bunch of yes, no qsts

Since our medical exam was more than a year old we did bring a new test with us but were not asked for it.

Hope this helps folks out there. Good luck!

#NIW #EB2 #interview #NYC #greencard #2019

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gum     12/29/2016 14:31 PM
 


We are so grateful to Victoria Chen and her team for helping us obtain our green cards under the EB2 National Interest Waiver regime. We are German citizens, a director in management consulting and a lawyer. Ms. Chen and her team guided us through the journey very professionally and helped us prepare our case thoroughly and for maximum chances of success. It was still a lot of work to gather all the supporting evidence and recommendations. But Ms. Chen's team made this work pay-off. USCIS approved our case only 3 weeks after filing. Consular processing then took around 6 months. A few weeks ago we then entered the U.S. as permanent residents. The CBP officer at the port of entry actually clapped her hands and said: "Welcome to America!" We are so grateful to Ms. Chen and her team.

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pbokaei     04/19/2016 00:06 AM
 



I found this law firm in internet. I have to say that I was really lucky that I handed my case to them. They did a fantastic job. Everything was clearly defined from the beginning. They were very expert in their job. Correspondence was excellent and I did not have a single problem with this law firm from day one until I received my approved case. I received the approval with 10 months. I highly recommend this law firm. I would like to take the opportunity and thank Chen Immigration Law Associates again.

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aelghany     02/09/2016 00:49 AM
 


Thanks so much North America Immigration Law Group (Chen Immigration Law Associates)
for fantastic job and superbly planned and executed NIW case. I have worked for about 3 months
with Chen Immigration Law Associates on my NIW case. I was on O1 visa and wanted to get a green card. I had nothing but the best possible experience working with them on preparing my application. They have offered instant advice on anything I could think of. They came back answering my questions in less than 24 hours. They do not get tired, they are always there to help. They read my credentials and offered me their money back guarantee in case of rejection of my application. They helped me focus the petition and highlight my best credentials. They did a wonderful job describing how my qualifications serve the best interests of the U.S. I would recommend them unconditionally to any qualified applicant. They are very knowledgeable and would definitely help in choosing the best possible evidence that put the applicant's strengths in the best possible light. Go wegreened.com!

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jagadeesh singh     01/01/2016 21:54 PM
 


Thank you North America Immigration Law Group(Chen associates) for your help during the I-140 application process. It is a pleasant experience to work with you. You were very professional and your petition strategy proves to be very effective. I will definitely recommend your service to my friends.

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