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speaklife     11/21/2019 15:29 PM

Hello, I'm sharing my experience to encourage everyone. Here is my timeline:

September 13, 2018 - Case received at Texas Service Center.

October 19 and October 22, 2018 - I received a total of 3 NOA letters; 18 months extension granted.

May 2019 - Received a notice from Texas Service Center waiving biometrics.

October 3, 2019 - Case transferred to Potomac Service Center.

November 20, 2019 - Case status updated to "New Card is being Produced."

 I expect to receive the card in the mail next week, by God's grace.Thank God that this phase is over and I wish you all best wishes with your applications as well.

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NewYorkSE     11/21/2019 10:25 AM

Hello Everyone,

I sent out my applications in May 2019 and completed my biometric in June 11th.

I have not heard from USCIS since then.

How long Does it take USCIS to approve my case? Should I keep my hopes to hear by February 2020?

I am seeing here approximate 9-10 months. Is this an accurate timeline?

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Beyya1     11/21/2019 01:13 AM

Hi guys.
I filed my i751 in Jan 2019, did my biometrics Nov 14th. My case status was updated afterwards and got an email saying INITIAL REVIEW.( we have completed the review of your fingerprints and are working on your i751 at our Texas service center).
Any ideas on how long it takes after this to get approved? Any Texas January 2019 filers?

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kayflex     11/20/2019 21:46 PM

 Feb 22 /2019... Case received

Sep 4 /2019... Fingerprint was completed

Till date, nothing has changed. Does anyone know if things are fast in the NEBRASKA location?

I can't wait to get my new Permanent card!! I heard some other centers are fast. Hopefully, this month I should be approved.

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Sunshine808     11/20/2019 20:38 PM

I called USCIS today for inquiry on my I-751 application. She sent an inquiry. I checked my account online, the update says "As of November 20, 2019, your Other - Tier 1, referral number T*************SC, is currently not assigned for processing."

If you want to know my timeline please check my previous post.

If you are in the same situation, please comment below. Thank you so much!

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oluwani     11/20/2019 17:51 PM

my question is do I need to submit 2 passport photographs each with my application? A friend submitted her application without her passport photographs. I don't know she did the right thing or not.

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Sunshine808     11/20/2019 15:06 PM

Here is my timeline:

8/1/18 - Filed/Receipt Date

6/11/19 - Case was transferred to Potomoc SC from CA SC.

7/12/19 - Biometrics Done

11/20/19 - At this time, processing time for Potomac is 15-16 months 8/2/18. I sent an inquiry but it says it is outside of normal processing time. I called USCIS at 800-375-5283. Agent said that it is outside of normal processing based on the CA SC but since my case was transferred to Potomac she sent an inquiry today - allow 30 days for response from USCIS.

Anyone have the same situation?

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Izumicano9494     11/20/2019 10:44 AM

Hi everyone.
I filed i751 by the end of July of 2019, due to some difficulties with payment, my form was accepted on september of 2019.
I got separated from my husband and due to economical hardship we havent gone through it yet.
As soon as I can, I will file, its suppoused to take 3 months for it to be finalized, we reside in colorado.
I know I have to file another i751 with a waiver now, my question is this:
1) do I have until before the interview or after?
2)do I have to pay for the i751 fee again?

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kaynyc     11/20/2019 05:43 AM

Hey guys has you can see I had filed my I-751 in August I did finger print and my CG expired the first week of November. However my husband and I are having problem he wants a divorce because he’s seeing someone else I want to know if I need a lawyer or if anyone can recommend me to a good lawyer in Nyc please preferably Manhattan. I am just hoping for the best. Thank u guys

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Greentrees     11/20/2019 00:30 AM

Hello all, I need advice. It will be time soon to file 751, but my husband has been horrible to me and I am not sure he is going to cooperate. He is extremely jealous and has it set in his head I have cheated on him, which I have not. He is also threatening with reporting me, writing a certified letter to immigration stating I only married him to get a gc, filing a report with the police etc. Anyone has a similar experience? Can I file without him even if we’re still married? If I do, can he still cause problems for the case? Thank you.

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