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  • Adjustment of Status interviews based on Marriage in Los Angeles. INS is toooooo slow or off on vacation or something

    What is going on with the Los Angeles / CSC not processing this type of a case? My wife has been waiting for the interview date since Feb 2003. I thought it takes 5 months at the most in LA..... Anyone has been interviewed for adjustment of status in LA in the last 1-2 months based on marriage? When did you guys file I-485 / I-130 etc?

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts
    KOKO

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    What is going on with the Los Angeles / CSC not processing this type of a case? My wife has been waiting for the interview date since Feb 2003. I thought it takes 5 months at the most in LA..... Anyone has been interviewed for adjustment of status in LA in the last 1-2 months based on marriage? When did you guys file I-485 / I-130 etc?

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts
    KOKO

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    • #3
      KOKO,

      6 months is not too long my friend. 2 years (that's 24 months) is toooooo long. Just be patient. As long as your file is not lost you have nothing to worry about.

      OxO

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      • #4
        Koko, nothing to worry about. We have filed for my husband in October of last year and no answer yet. I have contacted last week our Congressman's office. They faxed me a form that I had to fill out to inquire at the BCIS. I filled it out, faxed it to them and yesterday received a letter from the office notifying us that they have contacted BCIS regarding our case and should hear from them withing 60-90 days. Let's just hope that we will here from the BCIS sooner than that.

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        • #5
          THANKS COM2LA for the info......
          It is strange that I see some of the similar cases here in Los Angeles, California that are processed much faster. i.e. some cases take as little as 3-4 months in Santa Ana, CA and I was hoping that that would be the case with our case especially the BCIS says it wants to speed up the process. Check our these sites to see experiences:

          http://www.kamya.com/interview/aosint_2.html

          http://www.skyweb.net/~rlls/aos/cali...tml#losangeles


          KOKO

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          • #6
            Thank you, Koko for the sites. It was really interesting to read different experiences. Good luck to both of us

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