Anyone has experience flying with Norwegian Air with a Refugee Travel Document? I'm going to Europe soon and I have a schengen visa. Just want to make sure the airline recognizes RTD as a passport replacement.
Hi guys -
is there anyone who:
is a permanent resident, not a US citizen
applied for green card for your spouse
interviewed in new york city / manhattan?
Could you pls share timeline? how long is the wait from i-485 biometrics to interview notice and interview?
Thanks so much!!
I'm a green card holder and I'm applying for a green card for my wife. Here's my timeline:
Sep 2016 - i-130 filed (priority date Sep 2016)
Jun 2017 - i-130 approved
Oct 2017 - priority date becomes current; i-485 filed
Our USCIS field office is New York City; the current i-485 processing...
they mailed the decision to me. Yes you are right usually they ask you to come back in two weeks to pick up the decision. But in my case, I was actually in legal status when I applied for asylum so they thought it's ok to make me wait longer.
You can have multiple immigration applications pending at the same time. One doesn't necessarily disqualify the other.
But why would you apply for asylum when you have a family green card pending? you should know that it currently takes at least a year (often times years) to get the asylum...
Hi guys -
I'm applying for a green card for my wife; I'm a permanent resident. Her I-130 was approved a few months ago. How long would it take to have I-485 approved, start counting from when the form is submitted?
The line for family green card is hardly moving at all. Final action for F2A has been stuck in September 2015 for quite some time. Do we expect any movement for October (new USCIS fiscal year)? will they final switch back to "dates for filing" from "final action"?
I filed I-130 for my wife in September 2016. I'm a green card holder not a citizen. The application is being processed out of the California center. Their processing time is still stuck on Aug 2016 as of end of February.
I believe I-130 usually takes ~5 months to approve and I'm on the 9th...
when you said "sorta took the cannot work without ins authorization" off of the social security card, what do you mean exactly? Altering/falsifying a federal document is very serious. I would consult a lawyer to see if this counts as a criminal offense, just to be on the cautious side.