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    I have been waiting for over two years now for my AOS interview and
    haven't heard a **** thing from them!!!!!!

    i filed my AOS on August 2001, and i noticed in this forum and other
    ones online that some poeple who applied after me have had their
    interview already!!!!!!

    How frustrating is that!!!!!!

    New York BCIS know how to make poeple suffer!!!!!!!

    Sorry i am just fuming

    Regards all.


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    new york bcis AOS over two years!!!!!!!!


    Look on the bright side -- If your interview is after your two-year
    wedding anniversary, you'll get a 10-year card instead of a 2-year one.


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      new york bcis AOS over two years!!!!!!!!


      thank you for your reply,

      my case is based on an approved battered spouse petition.

      my i-360 was approved from vermont on May 2001.

      i heard some say that some interviews (as in the case of approved i360
      petition) are being waived.

      thanks again for your comment.


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        new york bcis AOS over two years!!!!!!!!


        OOppSS!



        Sorry about making that assumption.



        Best of luck to you!


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          new york bcis AOS over two years!!!!!!!!


          Originally posted by nycbcis
          thank you for your reply,
          my case is based on an approved battered spouse petition.
          my i-360 was approved from vermont on May 2001.
          i heard some say that some interviews (as in the case of approved i360 petition) are being waived.
          thanks again for your comment.
          Have you tried writing the Fed Plaza, or getting in contact with your
          local congressperson's immigration liason?


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            new york bcis AOS over two years!!!!!!!!


            Originally posted by nycbcis
            I have been waiting for over two years now for my AOS interview and haven't heard a **** thing from them!!!!!!
            i filed my AOS on August 2001, and i noticed in this forum and other ones online that some poeple who applied after me have had their interview already!!!!!!
            How frustrating is that!!!!!!
            New York BCIS know how to make poeple suffer!!!!!!!
            Sorry i am just fuming
            Regards all.




            I very strongly urge you to contact your local political
            representative. If you are in the jurisdiction of Nita Lowey, then you
            have a perfect ally in her immigration liasion. He is good and
            thorough and knows NYC USCIS inside out. If not in her jurisdiction,
            then try one of the other House of Representative's offices. I'm not
            heard good things about our federal senator's but if you had to try one
            of the two, I would go for Schumer.



            Good luck.



            Rete


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              new york bcis AOS over two years!!!!!!!!


              I just looked up ours, and it made me giggle for the most
              juvenile reason.

              'The Honorable Anthony D. Weiner'


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                new york bcis AOS over two years!!!!!!!!


                Originally posted by nathan barley
                I just looked up ours, and it made me giggle for the most juvenile reason.
                'The Honorable Anthony D. Weiner'


                Nathan,



                You're killing me with that photo. :scared:



                Leslie


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                  new york bcis AOS over two years!!!!!!!!


                  Originally posted by nathan barley
                  I just looked up ours, and it made me giggle for the most juvenile reason.
                  'The Honorable Anthony D. Weiner'


                  Do you think he was a weiner in high school? Sorry it's friday
                  afternoon and will be stuck at work for quite a while yet. I want
                  to go home!!


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                    new york bcis AOS over two years!!!!!!!!


                    Originally posted by nycbcis
                    thank you for your reply,
                    my case is based on an approved battered spouse petition.
                    my i-360 was approved from vermont on May 2001.
                    i heard some say that some interviews (as in the case of approved i360 petition) are being waived.
                    thanks again for your comment.


                    I've got a battered spouse client (I-360 approved at VSC a long time
                    ago) who has her I-485 currently pending at the Los Angeles USCIS
                    office. Its been there long past normal processing compared to "non-battered-
                    spouse" cases (In the dreaded black hole that is the Continuation Unit).
                    I think the adjudication of the I-485 based on an approved I-360 is
                    perhaps more difficult for the USCIS (perhaps simply because they
                    probably don't see many of that type of case). Los Angeles is trying to
                    clear out the backlog of old I-485 cases that have been pending a while,
                    and I have hope that my client's case will be one of those (I've
                    contacted them a few times now asking them to report the status of her
                    case, but so far that has not yielded the results I want). If at first
                    you donít succeed, try and try again (I always say :-).



                    M.U.


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                      new york bcis AOS over two years!!!!!!!!

                      one last spam for the road.


                      gotta catch a flight tomorrow.

                      See you losers when I get back
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                        new york bcis AOS over two years!!!!!!!!


                        Thanks Matthew for your enlightment,

                        i have heard from some lawyers that AOS based on approved vawa are
                        selected by country??? i don't know how accrute that is.

                        Do you think there is a possibility that BCIS will waive the interview
                        and just send your client her or his green card?

                        I think BCIS has to apologise to us for taking too long on our cases.

                        Regards

                        I-360 approved May 2001

                        AOS filed august 2001 at the NYC BCIS

                        no interview or fingerprint as of yet.


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