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    An application for benefits of the CSS and LULAC settlements was made by a relative of mine.

    He was a CSS class member.
    He applied on July 2005, 1-687 and I-765.
    He received Receipt on July 27, 2005 for both I=687 and I-765.
    He then received Biometrics Appt. for I-765 about a month after. Appt. for Sept. 27, 2005.
    I-765 Approved on Oct. 04, 2005 and card received 4 days later.
    Early May 2006, received Appt. for Code 3 Biometrics for I-687. Appt. for May 30, 2006. Biometrics taken May 30, 2006.
    Status Unchanged since July 27, 2005.

    As of today there has been Activity on the Case these past two days, but no change of status.

    My question now would be, Can you CSS/LULAC applicants post your time lines so I can compare the steps involved in the process.

    I have a pretty good idea about the steps, but I want to know how these steps are implemented in real cases.

    Thanks.. Please post..

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    An application for benefits of the CSS and LULAC settlements was made by a relative of mine.

    He was a CSS class member.
    He applied on July 2005, 1-687 and I-765.
    He received Receipt on July 27, 2005 for both I=687 and I-765.
    He then received Biometrics Appt. for I-765 about a month after. Appt. for Sept. 27, 2005.
    I-765 Approved on Oct. 04, 2005 and card received 4 days later.
    Early May 2006, received Appt. for Code 3 Biometrics for I-687. Appt. for May 30, 2006. Biometrics taken May 30, 2006.
    Status Unchanged since July 27, 2005.

    As of today there has been Activity on the Case these past two days, but no change of status.

    My question now would be, Can you CSS/LULAC applicants post your time lines so I can compare the steps involved in the process.

    I have a pretty good idea about the steps, but I want to know how these steps are implemented in real cases.

    Thanks.. Please post..

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    • #3
      How do you know there was an activity on your case?
      sa

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      • #4
        Well, it looks like the USCIS is finally moving these cases.

        People from all over the states are receiving their I-687 biometrics appointments. (I know these by following different forums)

        I wonder if attorney Peter Schey had anything to do with it. I know he said he was going to talk to the court judge that handled the settlement about the USCIS taking too long to work on these cases.

        Freedom1

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        • #5
          "How do you know there was an activity on your case?"

          I think the activity that caliguy is referring to is:
          1. I-687 biometrics appointment issue.
          2. I-687 biometrics have been taken.

          So these two "actions" have happened, but the USCSI "Online Status" still shows no activity on the case since July 27, 2005

          Freedom1

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          • #6
            Yes, I'm going by what the Online Case Status shows.
            So I'm usually on top of any changes USCIS, funny thing is that biometric appt's and those type of things do not change the status of the case online, since the Letter for the appointment caught us by surprise when we got it in the mail.

            Freedom1, if you will be so kind to let me know what other forums other CSS/LULAC applicants post, it would be great..
            Thanks.

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            • #7
              Caliguy, do you speak spanish also?

              Freedom1.

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              • #8
                Caliguy,

                Did u applied thru LIFE too?

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                • #9
                  Freedom1, yes I do.

                  taxreg16, No, there was never a LIFE application since from the beginning it seemed they wanted impossible amounts of evidence, plus being a CSS applicant the LIFE application would of most likely gotten denied because of the brief absences during the filing period.
                  LIFE would of been an option, but the New Settlement offered a more direct and logical path.

                  Plus the Family Benefits through this New Settlement for a CSS applicant atleast were great so we'll be holding our breath to see what happens now that the Code 3 FP have been done.

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                  • #10
                    caliguy, you can visit this forum on Univision.
                    The thread started as LIFE applicants but moved to CSS/Lulac now.

                    http://foro.univision.com/univision/...essage.id=9459

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                    • #11
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                      • #12
                        No one.?

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                        • #13
                          I couple of weeks ago, CIS was moving forward those cases. CIS sent a lot of I-687 biometric appointments.
                          According to the legal settlement, they have 12 months to adjucate these cases, if not, then they are breaching the agreement.
                          So maybe out of the sudden somebody got appointed (internally at CIS) to work on these cases?

                          One can only hope.

                          Freedom1

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                          • #14
                            To Freedom1;
                            Do you know or anybody else after how long (time frame) from I-687 interview with CIS they have to inform the applicant of his approval or denial or if they need more evidence?
                            Thanks

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                            • #15
                              Hi Zeid,

                              I don't know about those time frames since each case is handled differently.

                              What did they tell you on the interview?
                              The interviewer has the power to approve the application on the spot.
                              What was the reason for them not to do so?

                              Freedom1

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