Was your TN to GC process succesfully completed?

#81
Application details:
Cat: EB3 ROW
Country of Birth: Philippines (Cross-Chargeability:: CANADA (Husband)

I-140 Timeline
Nov 28 – 2017 | Package sent to USCIS
Dec 1 – 2017 | Package received by USCIS
Dec 4 – 2017 | Cheque cashed
Dec 14 – 2017 | I-140 Approved (Premium Processed)

I-485 Timeline
May 7 - 2018 | Package sent to Missouri Service Center (NBC)
May 8 - 2018 | Package received by USCIS
May 23 - 2018 | Physical Noticed Mailed
May 24 - 2018 | Cheques Cashed
May 29 - 2018 | Recieved Physical Notices
June 22 - 2018 | FingerPrints Completed
Sept 19 - 2018 | AP/EAD Text/Email Approval
Sept 21 - 2018 | AP/EAD Physical Cards Mailed
Sept 26 - 2018 | AP/EAD Cards Received
Oct 19 - 2018 | I-485 Interview Scheduled (Interview Date Nov 27, 2018)
Nov 20 - 2019 | I-485 Approved
Nov 25 - 2019 | Green Card Received

***Aug 29,2018 Recieved RFE (Request For Evidence) text/email for birth certificate my husband sent in his "short form" birth certificate instead of a "long form"***
***Recieved the actually Notice by mail Sept 2,2018, Re-sent "Long Form Birth Certificate" to USCIS Sept 12, 2018 USCIS recieved it Sept 13, 2018***
Congratulations
 
#82
Question please, I am thinking of applying to the GC through EB3 category, my worried is if the application will end up rejected, will it be harder for me to get a TN in the future? or it won't be affected at all?
 

nelsona

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#83
This thread is for reporting on GC process, not questions. Please feel free to start a new thread for your question.
 
#85
Again, this thread is for reporting on GC process, not questions. Please feel free to start a new thread for your question.
Short answer to your question, it takes an extremely long time for persons born in Indian to obtain a GC. Current wait time is over ten years from Priority date (PERM approval) to being allowed to file AOS/I-485 with I-140 approval. Google the term "per country cap" for details.
 
#86
Again, this thread is for reporting on GC process, not questions. Please feel free to start a new thread for your question.
Short answer to your question, it takes an extremely long time for persons born in Indian to obtain a GC. Current wait time is over ten years from Priority date (PERM approval) to being allowed to file AOS/I-485 with I-140 approval. Google the term "per country cap" for details.
Thanks for your response. You are right, its long wait for Indian born to get GC, only option is to renew TN continuously or apply H1B in whatever case its really long wait unless any changes in the rule.
 
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