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    i filled my i-485 in 2004 in Atlanta GA. went to ins for interview in 2005 they told me everything was good but they waithing for my background check. it has been over a year now and they still telling me the same thing i undrestand they have to check people to keep this great country safe but i think they need to have some kind of thime table the way they doing this background check there is no telling how long is going to take. i was wandering if any body knows any thing about this background check that can be helpful to me thank you

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    i filled my i-485 in 2004 in Atlanta GA. went to ins for interview in 2005 they told me everything was good but they waithing for my background check. it has been over a year now and they still telling me the same thing i undrestand they have to check people to keep this great country safe but i think they need to have some kind of thime table the way they doing this background check there is no telling how long is going to take. i was wandering if any body knows any thing about this background check that can be helpful to me thank you

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    • #3
      I am doing a lot of background checks, usually 5-6 per year (out of 11.000 cases on my table).
      I am so effective and fast because I spend at least 15 minutes a month looking at each case and thus I am able to process one case in two month in average ( sometimes I spend extra few minutes looking at it second time ).
      The rest of the month I am extremely busy drinking coffee, eating bagels, chatting with my work buddies and speaking on the phone with just anybody I can think of.

      I do www.ilw.com background checks !

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      • #4
        Call me paranoid, maybe...but I do believe your occupation is in that line

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        • #5
          Not that I don't have a clean slate, I do, but something about your remarks that make me believe ya..then hurry up and do mine

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          • #6
            You better believe me

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            • #7
              do you need a passport to travel to Puerto Rico?

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              • #8
                Background checks can take an exceedingly long time. There is a tremendous backlog with them.

                And... U.S. Citizens do not need a passport to travel to Puerto Rico.

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                • #9
                  I heard that some one filed law suit
                  such as: (not my case)

                  My I-485 was approved yesterday, according to online case status. My wife got
                  a RFE and we don't know what USCIS is asking for yet. For all the people
                  stuck in FBI name check, file lawsuit as soon as possible.

                  NIW @ CSC, PD 04/2004
                  I-140 approve 04/2005
                  I485 filed in 05/2005
                  FBI name check is pending since then.
                  WOM filed on 06/05/2006, after my PD became current since 06/01/2006.
                  I-485 approved on 06/28/2006

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                  • #10
                    edmca, can you give more details about lawsuit you have filed?

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