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poland123     03/18/2020 10:05 AM

hello guys i am green card holder and filing for my wife. she is on student visa. I entered in US on student visa in 2015 but got my green card on August 2019. In form I 130 page no 4 question 40a " class of admission " .and 40b " date of admission " and 40c " place of admission " . what should i put on those boxes. should i put my student visa details or my GC details.

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mumbai_1     03/12/2020 11:40 AM

Here is my timeline for the chicago office.

Filing for spouse
I-130 I-485 I-131 I-765 filing
10/02/19 package sent chicago lockbox
10/03/19 package delivered
10/10/19 check cashed and received emails and texts (received date 10/03/19)
10/17/2019 - Got paper receipts and notice for fingerprinting on 30th OCtober.
11/26/2019 - RFE for Birth Certificate
01/24/2020 - RFE response was received (I had to get some documents from my home country ex affidavits etc so took time to respond)
01/31/2020- Case ready to be scheduled for an interview
02/03/2020- Interview Was Scheduled
Interview scheduled for 10th March 2020.

Finished interview.The interviewer did not ask me a lot of questions apart from my work history and role. he did ask my S.O. a lot of questions about how we met, trips we took etc, just the usual. After we got done with the interview, he asked if we had more bona-fides. We submitted additional affidavit of support, Joint house tile, new tax returns, new photos since filing. After the interview was done, the officer told me we were approved and i should get my conditional GC in a couple of days.

11th March status of I-485 changed to card is in production.

I never got the EAD or the travel waiver, the status still says finger prints were taken.

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zimmerman     03/10/2020 21:41 PM

Packet (immigrant visa/EAD) received by USCIS Dec 16, 2019
Biometrics Jan 23, 2020
Case ready for interview email from USCIS Feb 18, 2020
When can I expect to receive EAD?
When can I expect to get the interview date?
Thank you in advance for your responses and guidance

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estelro     03/10/2020 17:06 PM

I am an Atlanta field office filer,
my timeline is the following,
PD ; 8/6/2019
Fingerprints : 9/6/2019
Case is Ready to Be Scheduled for An Interview : 2/26/2020

I am wondering how long it takes for the office to schedule my interview for the Atlanta area, anybody would like to share their timeline? I also have not receive any update on my EAD card or travel application, should I be worried? Nobody wants to give me any information at the USCIS and I am thinking they just forgot my application?

What can I do about my EAD card, I am ready to go back to work !! Please share your timeline with me if you applied in the ATL area, THANKS and GOOD LUCK TO Y'all

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gc_2019     03/06/2020 22:54 PM

Hi All,

Need some advice (I am not sure why i am not able to post to the forums so posting here)

I am on H1B visa and married to USC, she was working until last year, but we moved to a different city for my new job and she is not working now. I make decent money (100K+) but will it be a problem if he is not working?

She has filled the affidavit of support but with no current income but we have included our 2019 joint tax returns. Thanks in advance!!

PD 02/19
Bio-metric 03/18

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oguerrero     03/03/2020 17:46 PM

I went to an immigration attorney today and I was told that since my mom entered illigally the best thing they could do was file a "defensive I-130" since she won't be able to come back into the county. I don't know what a "defensive I-130" is nor have I been able to find any information on it. Can someone please explain this to me.

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betomx     03/03/2020 14:01 PM

I'm a GC holder, I have a PD 04/11/2019 for my spouse's petition, the form was submitted to California Service Center, according to the processing times it takes 8.5 to 11 Months, TODAY they have updated the website with the receipt date for 04/11/2019.

Waiting for news soon.

Anybody knows how long it takes to be process in the NVC after the form is approved ?

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tremble003     03/02/2020 13:22 PM

My petition for my husband I 130 was delivered on 1/22 ...to the Texas center .. I see the tracking but I haven't gotten a receipt letter as of yet .. Just checking to see if today 3/2... was enough time for me to get a receipt letter ?

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Ajm786     03/02/2020 02:28 AM

After i got my visa stamp passport
I didnt get visa package did they
Remove visa package now

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johncarlopang     03/01/2020 18:58 PM

Just wanted to share my timeline

Form I-130 for my Dad

submitted: July 11, 2019
In Process: September 6, 2019

Still in process....... This is 6-9 months correct?

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