Filed in April 8, 2022 Request for initial evidence received on April 27, 2022, it was for my wife taxes and salary. Response to RFE received from the USCIS on June, 28, 2022 Now it's December, I was reading somewhere that I am supposed to expect an update within 60 days, is it true? I mean, the fact that they wrote "we received the response to RFE" was the update or I should text them?
On December 8, 2022, we cancelled or descheduled the interview scheduled for your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, Receipt Number #####. We will notify you by mail if the appointment is rescheduled, a decision is made, or if the office needs something from you. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange (https://egov.uscis.gov/coa/displayCOAForm.do) to give us your new mailing address. Has anyone got before ? How long it took for USCIS to rescheduled them by mail or on their USCIS website ? Can someone please share their experience with me. Thank you very much for your understanding. God blessed……!
hello, i have a question
i am married us citizen and i got my conditional green card just one month before our second anniversary. And i cant apply any case before 3 months left to expire this card( right) .. but the same time if you are married us citizen for 3 years and you live in us with your spouse all the time, you can apply for citizen. (right) Next year this time i will be married 3 years with my husband, but same time i will be just 1 year conditional green card holder, my question is, do i have to wait my conditional green card expired or still can i apply for citizen because 3.years merriage?? i hope i was able to explain🙈 iç have a great days,
I-765 Showing ‘fingerprint were taken’ status again after EAD card is received
My I-765 case has updated today to show fingerprint was taken but I received my EAD card last month already. What’s does this mean? Fyi- my I-485 is under process at NBC and already shows fingerprint done in Oct’22. Anyone experienced this?
Travelling after Green Card
Hey everyone! I recently received my green card based on asylum, however my travel document (I-131) is still processing. Is it safe to travel with the passport of the asylum country as long as it is still valid? Do I really need the travel document? Not traveling to the asylum country though. Thank you in advance!
what is this l didn’t understand
Important reminder if you need to update a beneficiary’s physical address or phone number If you are requesting parole on behalf of a beneficiary, you may update their physical address or phone number. Visit the Unsolicited Evidence page and upload a letter that includes the following: Beneficiary’s first and last name Receipt number of Form I-131 you filed for the beneficiary Reason for change in address and/or phone number New address and/or phone number Copy of the identity document submitted for the beneficiary with the original form I-131
someone asking me to write recommendation letter for them for EB2 NIW
hi I am a green card holder (obtained through EB1-C) and I have a friend of a friend that is asking me to write a EB2 NIW recommendation letter for her to include in her application. to USCIS. does writing this letter have any effect on me? or my credibility etc? I just don’t feel too comfortable writing it if I am honest. she just wants me to validate how long I have known her, that she is a good worker etc. I personally don’t think she qualified for what this visa is for but I just want to make sure I won’t get in trouble in any way me writing letter and her being rejected?