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    At long last, I finally got my date for May 2, 2005!!! Only 41 months
    from receipt date to interview!

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    New York City AOS Interview

    At long last, I finally got my date for May 2, 2005!!! Only 41 months from receipt date to interview!
    Flippin' heck...

    Congratulations!

    Is your interview downtown or in Garden City?

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    • #3
      New York City AOS Interview

      At long last, I finally got my date for May 2, 2005!!! Only 41 months from receipt date to interview!
      Flippin' heck...

      Congratulations!

      Is your interview downtown or in Garden City?

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      • #4
        New York City AOS Interview

        Flippin' heck... Congratulations! Is your interview downtown or in Garden City?
        Congratulations!

        Just wondering if the medical exam needed to be repeated?

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        • #5
          New York City AOS Interview

          Flippin' heck... Congratulations! Is your interview downtown or in Garden City?
          Congratulations!

          Just wondering if the medical exam needed to be repeated?

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          • #6
            New York City AOS Interview

            Congratulations! Just wondering if the medical exam needed to be repeated?
            Downtown. The interview notice just says to bring a medical if not
            submitted earlier, but I'm going to redo it anyways. No use waiting
            four years only to get held up by something that small. What a
            relief... I had really given up all hope.

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            • #7
              New York City AOS Interview

              Congratulations! Just wondering if the medical exam needed to be repeated?
              Downtown. The interview notice just says to bring a medical if not
              submitted earlier, but I'm going to redo it anyways. No use waiting
              four years only to get held up by something that small. What a
              relief... I had really given up all hope.

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              • #8
                New York City AOS Interview

                Downtown. The interview notice just says to bring a medical if not submitted earlier, but I'm going to redo it anyways. No use waiting four years only to get held up by something that small. What a relief... I had really given up all hope.
                WOW, thats a long wait. That must be a record!

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                • #9
                  New York City AOS Interview

                  Downtown. The interview notice just says to bring a medical if not submitted earlier, but I'm going to redo it anyways. No use waiting four years only to get held up by something that small. What a relief... I had really given up all hope.
                  WOW, thats a long wait. That must be a record!

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                  • #10
                    New York City AOS Interview

                    WOW, thats a long wait. That must be a record!
                    Osric,

                    Really - WOW, what a wait... did you try to do anything at all to speed
                    things up?!

                    As for medical... I submitted mine along with my application. Now I am
                    torn between getting nothing, or just vaccination supplement or full
                    medical all over. I really want to tell them to shove it if they ask
                    for one...

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                    • #11
                      New York City AOS Interview

                      WOW, thats a long wait. That must be a record!
                      Osric,

                      Really - WOW, what a wait... did you try to do anything at all to speed
                      things up?!

                      As for medical... I submitted mine along with my application. Now I am
                      torn between getting nothing, or just vaccination supplement or full
                      medical all over. I really want to tell them to shove it if they ask
                      for one...

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                      • #12
                        New York City AOS Interview

                        Osric, Really - WOW, what a wait... did you try to do anything at all to speed things up?! As for medical... I submitted mine along with my application. Now I am torn between getting nothing, or just vaccination supplement or full medical all over. I really want to tell them to shove it if they ask for one...
                        I tried everything, from hiring an attorney to endless letter writing
                        and phone calls to senators/reps and eventually the ombudsperson. My
                        file was messed up from step one after sending the I-130, 131, 485, 765
                        all to NYC. I got one of those old yellow cash register receipts from
                        nyc, I got a denial of AP from Nebraska, approval of 130 from Vermont,
                        and then a notice my file was transfered to Missouri. In just the past
                        2 months, I got responses from Senator Schumer's inquiry, stating the
                        file was in Missouri still waiting further "upfront" processing, and a
                        response from the ombudsman saying my file was in NYC and they placed an
                        inquiry there. Out of the blue, I got the interview notice... and while
                        I'd like to think it was due to my impassioned plea for help (or threat
                        to go down to Florida and wash up on a raft), it seems they recently
                        processed a lot of old files.

                        I'd always love to tell them to shove it, but for a $20 copayment I
                        can get my doctor to redo the medical form. Just not worth risking
                        not having it come interview day... I never want to see 26 Federal
                        Plaza again. I think I should be eligible for citizenship in another
                        6 months

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                        • #13
                          New York City AOS Interview

                          Osric, Really - WOW, what a wait... did you try to do anything at all to speed things up?! As for medical... I submitted mine along with my application. Now I am torn between getting nothing, or just vaccination supplement or full medical all over. I really want to tell them to shove it if they ask for one...
                          I tried everything, from hiring an attorney to endless letter writing
                          and phone calls to senators/reps and eventually the ombudsperson. My
                          file was messed up from step one after sending the I-130, 131, 485, 765
                          all to NYC. I got one of those old yellow cash register receipts from
                          nyc, I got a denial of AP from Nebraska, approval of 130 from Vermont,
                          and then a notice my file was transfered to Missouri. In just the past
                          2 months, I got responses from Senator Schumer's inquiry, stating the
                          file was in Missouri still waiting further "upfront" processing, and a
                          response from the ombudsman saying my file was in NYC and they placed an
                          inquiry there. Out of the blue, I got the interview notice... and while
                          I'd like to think it was due to my impassioned plea for help (or threat
                          to go down to Florida and wash up on a raft), it seems they recently
                          processed a lot of old files.

                          I'd always love to tell them to shove it, but for a $20 copayment I
                          can get my doctor to redo the medical form. Just not worth risking
                          not having it come interview day... I never want to see 26 Federal
                          Plaza again. I think I should be eligible for citizenship in another
                          6 months

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                          • #14
                            New York City AOS Interview

                            I tried everything, from hiring an attorney to endless letter writing and phone calls to senators/reps and eventually the ombudsperson. My file was messed up from step one after sending the I-130, 131, 485, 765 all to NYC. I got one of those old yellow cash register receipts from nyc, I got a denial of AP from Nebraska, approval of 130 from Vermont, and then a notice my file was transfered to Missouri. In just the past 2 months, I got responses from Senator Schumer's inquiry, stating the file was in Missouri still waiting further "upfront" processing, and a response from the ombudsman saying my file was in NYC and they placed an inquiry there. Out of the blue, I got the interview notice... and while I'd like to think it was due to my impassioned plea for help (or threat to go down to Florida and wash up on a raft), it seems they recently processed a lot of old files. I'd always love to tell them to shove it, but for a $20 copayment I can get my doctor to redo the medical form. Just not worth risking not having it come interview day... I never want to see 26 Federal Plaza again. I think I should be eligible for citizenship in another 6 months
                            I hope you do realize that your clock for citizenship hasn't even
                            started ticking... It's 5 years from the day of being granted PR or , if
                            your application based on marriage, 3 years from the same date if you're
                            still married to the same USC.
                            Same is true for me...

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                            • #15
                              New York City AOS Interview

                              I tried everything, from hiring an attorney to endless letter writing and phone calls to senators/reps and eventually the ombudsperson. My file was messed up from step one after sending the I-130, 131, 485, 765 all to NYC. I got one of those old yellow cash register receipts from nyc, I got a denial of AP from Nebraska, approval of 130 from Vermont, and then a notice my file was transfered to Missouri. In just the past 2 months, I got responses from Senator Schumer's inquiry, stating the file was in Missouri still waiting further "upfront" processing, and a response from the ombudsman saying my file was in NYC and they placed an inquiry there. Out of the blue, I got the interview notice... and while I'd like to think it was due to my impassioned plea for help (or threat to go down to Florida and wash up on a raft), it seems they recently processed a lot of old files. I'd always love to tell them to shove it, but for a $20 copayment I can get my doctor to redo the medical form. Just not worth risking not having it come interview day... I never want to see 26 Federal Plaza again. I think I should be eligible for citizenship in another 6 months
                              I hope you do realize that your clock for citizenship hasn't even
                              started ticking... It's 5 years from the day of being granted PR or , if
                              your application based on marriage, 3 years from the same date if you're
                              still married to the same USC.
                              Same is true for me...

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