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  • #16
    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 am not sure about the citizenship thing, you need PR approval in order
    to start counting.......

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    • #17
      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 am not sure about the citizenship thing, you need PR approval in order
      to start counting.......

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      • #18
        New York City AOS Interview

        I am not sure about the citizenship thing, you need PR approval in order to start counting.......
        Yeah.. I was kidding about that. After May 2nd hopefully I can forget
        about Federal Plaza for a few years.

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        • #19
          New York City AOS Interview

          I am not sure about the citizenship thing, you need PR approval in order to start counting.......
          Yeah.. I was kidding about that. After May 2nd hopefully I can forget
          about Federal Plaza for a few years.

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          • #20
            New York City AOS Interview

            Yeah.. I was kidding about that. After May 2nd hopefully I can forget about Federal Plaza for a few years.
            Ten if you don't want to naturalize

            However, I'm concerned that your security check is lapsed and that you
            should have it done again. Anyway you can get Mr. Schumer's office to
            get you another biometrics appointment for security clearance? Or
            perhaps just try the 1-800 number for it.

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            I'm not an attorney. This disclaimer is valid in NYS!
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            • #21
              New York City AOS Interview

              Yeah.. I was kidding about that. After May 2nd hopefully I can forget about Federal Plaza for a few years.
              Ten if you don't want to naturalize

              However, I'm concerned that your security check is lapsed and that you
              should have it done again. Anyway you can get Mr. Schumer's office to
              get you another biometrics appointment for security clearance? Or
              perhaps just try the 1-800 number for it.

              --
              I'm not an attorney. This disclaimer is valid in NYS!
              Posted via http://britishexpats.com

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