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    hello everybody, I married with a USC and we sent all the aplications on beginnings of july and I already had my biometrics appoiment. Now what we should do?? Are we going to recive any letter from immigrations? please tell us
    thanks

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    hello everybody, I married with a USC and we sent all the aplications on beginnings of july and I already had my biometrics appoiment. Now what we should do?? Are we going to recive any letter from immigrations? please tell us
    thanks

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    • #3
      even if they already took my biometrics?

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      • #4
        Yes, its now a waiting game for the next letter, "The Interview" I had my Bio's done on the 16th August, and havent heard anything yet, I know some people have got there interview scheduled for end of september and beginning of October, maybe we might be lucky with a mid October Interview.

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        • #5
          uhmmm..... so, just wait.
          thank you!!

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          • #6
            one more question. what is that Interview for??
            tahnks

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            • #7
              If you came on a K1 or K3 you may not have Interview, I am not sure, I know I will have one, this is where you are interviewed and either approved or denied, cant help you too much with this as I havent been yet, but they ask you about your marraige etc.,

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              • #8
                Just to echo what Jake and Davdah have said... from my experience also, the biometrics appointment tends to be rather early in the timeline. I think we waited another 9-10 mos. after that.

                Regarding the interview, my wife wasn't asked anything as personal as what davdah mentioned (perhaps because I, as the USC spouse, was there with our then-infant child), but I would still anticipate a number of personal questions about the relationship and about your extended family. Some advice my wife and I had been given, FWIW (but not from a lawyer): Know all the names of your closest inlaws. :-)

                For the most part, waiting is all you'll have to do, but there's at least one caveat: If you change your address while the I-485 is being processed, my understanding is that you may need to notify USCIS twice. For certain, you'll be required to file a form AR-11 ("Change of Address," no charge to file). And I think you might also have to notify separately the service center where you sent your I-485. Just FYI. --SJR
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                I'm just a J.D. I cannot give legal advice, except for the following:
                See a reputable immigration attorney for help.

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                • #9
                  Thanks Davdah and Teletype, yes I have seen those questions, and the one you was on about Davdah, I told my husband about that, he said what will you say, I told him after I've gone bright red, I'll answer "you hang from the chandelier and shout geronimo!!!"

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                  • #10
                    Hey snowwhite

                    did you send all of your AOS ( I-130, I485, I765..etc) with your NEW I-94 or you just send the AOS package along with your copies of your entry stamp.

                    I am actuall in the same boat as your, I lost my I-94 and send the form of I-102 ( I heard that it would take 4 months to get the I-94 record back if they found it)

                    can you pls advice me what did you do with your package
                    thanks

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