This is very useful news unfortunately not sweet to the ears.IN fact, this is a general thought. I remember in my own AOS case, I was current in June, but my FO wanted to "bundle" a number of cases together and in the end I had my interview on September 2. For those of you still processing AOS this year, just remember that AOS cases, unlike CP cases do not have a visa pre-allocated to them. The math is showing that visas will be in short supply in September, so if you have any influence over your process, try and get your AOS cases done by early September.
I filed an FTJ along with my i-485, considering your submission above I want to ask
1. Just how long does it take USCIS to forward cases to embassies?
2. Do I need to contact KCC to send my derivatives' files to the Embassy after my case is approved at USCIS?
Now my heart is racing ...