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  • Bobby69
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    Originally posted by luckycharm4111 View Post

    Bobby69 Current processing time for I-485 is 6.5 to 22 months and people who sent the application before August 29, 2018 at TSC and it seems like you are eligible to submit the e-request for Outside Normal Processing. Below are links where you can submit

    1. USCIS e-request: Here is the link where you can submit : https://egov.uscis.gov/e-request/dis...oPageType=onpt

    2. Case Assistance Request with the Ombudsman's Office: You can try submitting one more request here on https://www.dhs.gov/topic/cis-ombudsman/forms/7001

    Submit request on both 1 and 2 and see if it works. I never did it but I heard that worked for some people.

    I hope it works and keep us posted with the updates.

    Just curious, which state are you from ?
    Hey thanks for the advice. Will do that. I am from New Jersey

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  • luckycharm4111
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    Originally posted by Bobby69 View Post
    June 23 2017 granted asylum
    July 02, 2018 Applied I-485 at NSC
    October 10, 2018 case transferred to TSC
    NOTHING SINCE THEN.

    Has anyone heard from TSC RECENTLY?
    if yes please share your timeline.
    Bobby69 Current processing time for I-485 is 6.5 to 22 months and people who sent the application before August 29, 2018 at TSC and it seems like you are eligible to submit the e-request for Outside Normal Processing. Below are links where you can submit

    1. USCIS e-request: Here is the link where you can submit : https://egov.uscis.gov/e-request/dis...oPageType=onpt

    2. Case Assistance Request with the Ombudsman's Office: You can try submitting one more request here on https://www.dhs.gov/topic/cis-ombudsman/forms/7001

    Submit request on both 1 and 2 and see if it works. I never did it but I heard that worked for some people.

    I hope it works and keep us posted with the updates.

    Just curious, which state are you from ?
    Last edited by luckycharm4111; 06-20-2020, 11:47 AM.

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  • Bobby69
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    June 23 2017 granted asylum
    July 02, 2018 Applied I-485 at NSC
    October 10, 2018 case transferred to TSC
    NOTHING SINCE THEN.

    Has anyone heard from TSC RECENTLY?
    if yes please share your timeline.

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  • Sahil728
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    Originally posted by luckycharm4111 View Post

    Thanks for your response!

    My husband applied GC in April 2019 still no update on the case. You should be happy that your case is moving and even if there is an interview, it should be simple and about your case. Don't worry about it much I know how it feel.

    I hope everything goes well and get your GC soon.

    Keep us posted with the updates.
    We have similar timeline. Applied in May 2019. Fingerprints redone in Feb2020. Nothing since

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  • luckycharm4111
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    Originally posted by devraj420 View Post
    Hi i am principle applicant asylum approved on aug 28 2018 and applied for i485 on aug 28 2019 in Texas Service Center no biometric appointment it only shows fingerprint fee was received and now on june 17 case was transfer to another office
    Thanks for your response!

    My husband applied GC in April 2019 still no update on the case. You should be happy that your case is moving and even if there is an interview, it should be simple and about your case. Don't worry about it much I know how it feel.

    I hope everything goes well and get your GC soon.

    Keep us posted with the updates.

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  • devraj420
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    Hi i am principle applicant asylum approved on aug 28 2018 and applied for i485 on aug 28 2019 in Texas Service Center no biometric appointment it only shows fingerprint fee was received and now on june 17 case was transfer to another office

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  • luckycharm4111
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    Originally posted by devraj420 View Post
    Hi guys do asylee has to go through interview for green card i applied my i485 at tsc service center and now my case has been transfer to national benefit center it is normal or they will call for interview I heard they transfer case to nbc for interview if anybody has experience please share !!!
    When my husband applied for I-730 for me, I remember the case was transferred from TSC to NBC and after couple of weeks, I got the interview notice from the field office.
    I guess you should be getting the interview from your field office soon that's my guess I may be wrong too.

    Just curious, Are you principle asylee or derivative asylee ?

    Can you share your timelines from Asylum till now if you don't mine ?

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  • luckycharm4111
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    Originally posted by gtaid1 View Post

    if you read the whole verdict by SCOTUS, they did not say DACA can stay for good, they said the way it was ended was not legal. The administration can end it again the right way this want, and I won't be surprised if Trump decided to do that.

    Today was a win for sure (yey! ), but unfortunately not a victory for DACA
    Yes, that's true.

    When the news come out, I was so excited, happy and wanted to share the news here but didn't get into details.

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  • ravinmish
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    Originally posted by devraj420 View Post
    Hi I thought asylee doesn’t has to go through interview i applied on aug 28 2019 no bio and only shows fingerprint fee was received asked help from congress 2 times and yesterday it changed to case transfer and when i called and asked they its transfer to national benefit center
    Yes, normally asylees do not get an interview for i485, but there have been exceptions. Please type "interview" in the search box above and you will see results about people who were called for interviews. In your case, it might not be an interview and they might have just transferred to a different processing center. I guess the only way to find is to wait for the Case Update.

    Which State did you apply from, was it supposed to be sent to TSC? Also, if you applied on Aug 28, 2019, the average wait time is around 2 years to get your green card approved unless you meant 2018. Anyways Good luck to you.

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  • devraj420
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    Hi I thought asylee doesn’t has to go through interview i applied on aug 28 2019 no bio and only shows fingerprint fee was received asked help from congress 2 times and yesterday it changed to case transfer and when i called and asked they its transfer to national benefit center

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  • ravinmish
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    Originally posted by devraj420 View Post
    Hi guys do asylee has to go through interview for green card i applied my i485 at tsc service center and now my case has been transfer to national benefit center it is normal or they will call for interview I heard they transfer case to nbc for interview if anybody has experience please share !!!
    I have seen multiple cases in this thread where they had to go through the interview but everyone's experience was normal and they were able to get their green card.
    If you don't mind, can you share your timeline when you applied at TSC? Thank you

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  • devraj420
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    Hi guys do asylee has to go through interview for green card i applied my i485 at tsc service center and now my case has been transfer to national benefit center it is normal or they will call for interview I heard they transfer case to nbc for interview if anybody has experience please share !!!

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  • gtaid1
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    Originally posted by luckycharm4111 View Post
    YAYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!

    DACA is legal by Supreme Court
    if you read the whole verdict by SCOTUS, they did not say DACA can stay for good, they said the way it was ended was not legal. The administration can end it again the right way this want, and I won't be surprised if Trump decided to do that.

    Today was a win for sure (yey! ), but unfortunately not a victory for DACA

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  • luckycharm4111
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    YAYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!

    DACA is legal by Supreme Court

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  • Asyleeasylee
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    Originally posted by luckycharm4111 View Post

    I don't think we need to worry about it.

    Even if there is any, it will take long time (injections) to be implemented and I hope by that time we all get our GC

    I read in one of the articles that This new rule will apply to those who arrive at our borders on or after July 16, 2019
    let’s hope for the best, Even I do not trust the current administration at all. it looks TSC working now.
    Best wishes for all of us..

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