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  • Originally posted by gunmeikaz View Post

    "... as in my local office there's no option for asylum based only family based..." can you, please, explain what does it mean? Can you briefly tell us your timelines and way how you applied for the I-485 (asylum based, marriage, family reunion etc.)?

    I would say if it's older than 2 years, it means that your medical exam is not valid anymore and you need a new one, definitely you can't use the old one.
    Aslyum approved 07/18/2016
    i-485 Filed on 08/01/2017 asylum based
    Wife & Son's GC received on 11/13/2017
    File Transfer from Nebraska to NBC, MO on 03/06/2019
    No RFE asked
    08/05/2019 received letter for Interview in local office
    Letter stated dont bring the things which you already submitted with your file

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    • Originally posted by chiccat View Post

      Yes, you’ll have to pass the medical again.
      Also, read this document. Most likely they want to determine if you’re still qualify for asylum status.
      https://www.uscis.gov/policy-manual/...rt-m-chapter-5


      good luck
      My asylum was approved back in July,2016 by IJ in court i have court orders and also my wife and son got their GC in 2 months now he is in US army and getting naturalizing soon.
      but they never asked to bring new medical or any RFE.

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      • Originally posted by chiccat View Post
        My wife’s timeline in NSC
        03/06/19 - packet sent
        03/11/19 - fee accepted
        04/04/19 - fingerprints taken
        04/11/19 - fingerprints reviewed
        07/30/19 - new card is ordered.

        Mine is still pending, I’m a principal applicant.

        Good luck everyone!
        My green card got approved today!

        My timeline in NSC:
        03/06/19 - packet sent
        03/11/19 - fee accepted
        04/04/19 - fingerprints taken
        04/11/19 - fingerprints reviewed
        08/13/19 - new card is ordered

        Good luck everyone!

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        • Originally posted by chiccat View Post

          My green card got approved today!

          My timeline in NSC:
          03/06/19 - packet sent
          03/11/19 - fee accepted
          04/04/19 - fingerprints taken
          04/11/19 - fingerprints reviewed
          08/13/19 - new card is ordered

          Good luck everyone!
          YAY, Congrat! What's the feeling like?lol
          thank you for updating after approval. it' means a lot for people waiting their approvals.

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          • Originally posted by blahvah View Post

            YAY, Congrat! What's the feeling like?lol
            thank you for updating after approval. it' means a lot for people waiting their approvals.
            I’d call it the freedom!

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            • Congratulations! An interview wasn’t required? Amazing! Anyone know the basis for an interview to be required?

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              • Originally posted by badbunny View Post
                Congratulations! An interview wasn’t required? Amazing! Anyone know the basis for an interview to be required?
                No, they didn’t ask me to come.
                Here’s the interview criteria - https://www.uscis.gov/policy-manual/...rt-m-chapter-5

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                • New Card Is Being Produced

                  On August 13, 2019, we ordered your new card for Receipt Number LIN1990XXXXXX, and will mail it to the address you gave us. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschangeto give us your new mailing address.

                  What does this mean? Does this mean my Green Card has been approved? How long usually before I get my card in hand?

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                  • Originally posted by chiccat View Post

                    No, they didn’t ask me to come.
                    Here’s the interview criteria - https://www.uscis.gov/policy-manual/...rt-m-chapter-5
                    Thank you! That was very very helpful.

                    I did my I-730 early this year inside the US, was approved. This whole time I wondered if I was gonna require another interview. They even asked my questions they normally ask during an AOS interview. I really hope I don’t get asked to come again for another interview when I submit my AOS.

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                    • Originally posted by boeing767 View Post
                      New Card Is Being Produced

                      On August 13, 2019, we ordered your new card for Receipt Number LIN1990XXXXXX, and will mail it to the address you gave us. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschangeto give us your new mailing address.

                      What does this mean? Does this mean my Green Card has been approved? How long usually before I get my card in hand?
                      Yes, 1 week.

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                      • Originally posted by chiccat View Post

                        Yes, 1 week.
                        Cool, thanks.

                        For anyone who's curious, here is my timeline so far:

                        1/25/18 Asylum approved
                        2/8/19 Priority Date I-485
                        2/14/19 Check cashed
                        3/9/19 Biometric notification
                        3/19/19 Biometric appointment
                        8/13/19 Card produced
                        8/15/19 Card mailed
                        8/16/19 Card picked up by USPS with tracking #

                        I'm applying from Los Angeles, Nebraska Service Center.
                        Last edited by boeing767; 08-16-2019, 06:17 PM.

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                        • Originally posted by boeing767 View Post

                          Cool, thanks.

                          For anyone who's curious, here is my timeline so far:

                          1/25/18 Asylum approved
                          2/8/19 Priority Date I-485
                          2/14/19 Check cashed
                          3/9/19 Biometric notification
                          3/19/19 Biometric appointment
                          8/13/19 Card produced

                          I'm applying from Los Angeles, Nebraska Service Center.

                          Where are you from? If you don’t mind me asking.

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                          • Originally posted by badbunny View Post


                            Where are you from? If you don’t mind me asking.
                            Malaysia

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                            • What Texas office doing ?
                              It is so different timeline.

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                              • Originally posted by Hatori1980 View Post
                                What Texas office doing ?
                                It is so different timeline.
                                My friend applied TSC last year, from NYC, and his status is still "biometrics taken." So be patient, but you're right I think TSC is slower.

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