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I-485 - April 2017 Filers

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Posted by Yazod (5) 15 Mar 2018#901
Hi,
Last month I received a note from USCIS says that my application has been transferred to National Benefits Center,
Does any know what that means?
How long does National Benefits Center take to process the application?
I cannot see any I-485 processing time for the National Benefits Center.
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Posted by manutd100 (10) 15 Mar 2018#902
to Yazod:

Use this website to get more information about your case - https://myaccount.uscis.dhs.gov/users/sign_up?se...

Is very similar to the information an L2 officer will tell you.
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Posted by eb3fupforever (1478) 15 Mar 2018#903
to manutd100:

I used it and same info from both sites, I am not sure what is great about it. Different format, but the wording is same, kind of redundant info.

Also, since my field center is backed up they don't bother update my records???
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Posted by TFAccount (5) 21 Mar 2018#904
Quick write up of my interview.

I did my interview yesterday in Phoenix. IO was very friendly. She used to do deportations and H1B stuff so she was pretty experienced in reviewing my file (that is what she actually said). Also said that it was good I had an immigration lawyer since there is so much stuff in immigration law that it is impossible to know everything. Then she asked for my ID, I gave her my EAD/AP and driver's license then swore me in. She asked for pay stubs and W2s along with employment verification letter. She doubled checked the salary on the W2's and employment letter. Had to explain that I got a raise. She then lead me through the questions on the I-485. She saw that my physicals were going to expire in April and then asked for new ones because she said that in case it takes a while to get my green card it is better to have them on hand than send another RFE. Luckily I did them and gave them to her. She then checked my priority date and said that she'd ask them to issue my green card. Not entirely sure why she needed the physicals again but whatever. She wouldn't stamp my passport because apparently they aren't supposed to do that anymore unless it is a true family emergency. She said that if one were to develop to give them a call but that I would need some kind of proof. She did leave me with my EAD/AP card. She the printed out a letter saying that she recommended me for I-485 approval. Told me to get a new SS card once I got my green card to remove all restrictions.
Overall very calm and relaxed interview.
I paid for a lawyer to come with me because I'm paranoid but probably don't need one.
I brought a ton of documents that I didn't need but well just in case.

The so-called secret USCIS site (http://myaccount.uscis.dhs.gov) shows that the card is in production as of Mar 20 but the other one (http://egov.uscis.gov) doesn't. Oddly enough every time I checked the site yesterday I never saw anything.

Thanks for the advice and help everyone. I hope you all get greened soon!
I'll update my profile once I receive my green card in hand.
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Posted by askyar (2) 24 Mar 2018#905
So it appears that USCIS has completely revamped its processing times webpage. Now I can't seem to see processing times for the NBC. My case was transferred to NBC on November 1st, and no updates since then.
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Posted by alip007 (16) 25 Mar 2018#906
Guys, I just got a status update 5 months after the case was transferred to the NBC.
As of March 12, 2018, we are ready to schedule your Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, Receipt Number SRC1713750xxx, for an interview. We will schedule your interview and send you a notice.


Any body had any experience with this? like how long will it take for the interview letter to come in the mail? by the way this happened right after my lawyer raised an SR.
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Posted by AmiShanto (37) 26 Mar 2018#907
The wait is over finally!!!
I had my interview on March 13th. It was about 30 minutes long. We both husband and wife went together. The officer allowed our 2-year-old baby with us. My baby was little cranky during the interview though. I was holding him in my arm and standing while answering questions. So, a lot of distractions. The officer was generous though. Nothing out of the ordinary. He just confirmed all the Yes/no questions. Never asked for marriage or employment docs, but wanted to see the H1/H4 document. My medical was expired, but I was ready with a new one and he asked for it. In the end, he said that everything is in order and he will run another security check on both of us and make his decision. Finally, on March 23th, we got the card production order. I actually saw that on the USCIS secret website that people were referring to (https://my.uscis.gov/). Hope this helps. I wish all of you good luck. This forum has been a great help for my mental peace for the last 353 days green card journey. Just in case, my profile has all the dates. thank you all...!
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Posted by rganapathy (2) 06 Apr 2018#908
The status is "We canceled your Interview" @ https://myaccount.uscis.dhs.gov/ on Apr 4th, 2018 even before scheduling the interview.
The previous status was "We are scheduling your Interview" on Dec 12, 2017.

What does this mean? Any one faced this ?
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Posted by Sk76 (44) 07 Apr 2018#909
I received the interview notice for 05/02. Transferred to NBC 01/31. 03/21 got ready to schedule interview.
It says submit medical if not submitted within the last year. Filed 485 with my medicals on 04/25/2017. Does that means ‘within last year’ ?
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Posted by LKIslander (14) 07 Apr 2018#910
to Sk76:

It's safer to do your medicals again. By the time you have your interview your medical would have been completed over a year ago.
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Posted by GCMar2017 (83) 23 Apr 2018#911
to Sk76:

Get the new medicals and take them with you. The officer will ask for new medicals before he/she can make final decision.
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Posted by GCMar2017 (83) 23 Apr 2018#912
Is there anyone whose case status did not change after the interview???

Usually I see most people have reported the case status update within a day or two after the interview....
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Posted by GCMar2017 (83) 23 Apr 2018#913
to TFAccount:

Strangely, for me the USCIS DHS site shows an older status than the egov USCIS site.
DHS site says "Case is transferred" and old/original site says "Interview Scheduled".

But none of them say the current status!!!!
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