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    Hi, I used to visit this site on a regular basis,just to read what was going on. I never actually contributed but the information useful and helpful.
    I wanted to share my story with you to give you an idea of the timeline involved when dealing in Texas.
    April 2003- Hired Attorney and started the process rolling.
    July 2003- Sent in applications for Adjustment of status,Employment Authorization ,etc.
    Sept 2003-Employment Authorization approved
    March 2004- Fingerprinted.
    May 18th 2004- Interview at INS Dallas Tx.
    Much to our suprise the interview was quick and painless. Our Attorney sat there quietly and never uttered a word, my husband joked that it was the easiest money he must have ever made.The only direct question that the woman asked us was -How did we meet? I took with me a briefcase full of documents and never even got to open it.
    My passport was stamped and the official Green card is to arrive in the mail in about 8 weeks or so.

    I hope this is helpful to anyone who is waiting in Texas.....Also the Texas Service Center is now starting a new Pilot Program where you fill in your applications and have your interview the same day. According to my Attorney it started about the same time that I had my interview.

    Good Luck to all that are waiting for their interviews.

    Aussie Tex Gal

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    Hi, I used to visit this site on a regular basis,just to read what was going on. I never actually contributed but the information useful and helpful.
    I wanted to share my story with you to give you an idea of the timeline involved when dealing in Texas.
    April 2003- Hired Attorney and started the process rolling.
    July 2003- Sent in applications for Adjustment of status,Employment Authorization ,etc.
    Sept 2003-Employment Authorization approved
    March 2004- Fingerprinted.
    May 18th 2004- Interview at INS Dallas Tx.
    Much to our suprise the interview was quick and painless. Our Attorney sat there quietly and never uttered a word, my husband joked that it was the easiest money he must have ever made.The only direct question that the woman asked us was -How did we meet? I took with me a briefcase full of documents and never even got to open it.
    My passport was stamped and the official Green card is to arrive in the mail in about 8 weeks or so.

    I hope this is helpful to anyone who is waiting in Texas.....Also the Texas Service Center is now starting a new Pilot Program where you fill in your applications and have your interview the same day. According to my Attorney it started about the same time that I had my interview.

    Good Luck to all that are waiting for their interviews.

    Aussie Tex Gal

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    • #3
      Congratulations.

      One Down. Millions to go.

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      • #4
        Hi Aussie Tex

        Congrats! and wishing you and your husband a happy and sucessful life here.

        I think Mo meant to say "One down under" and a million to go.

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