Discuss Thinkpad1978's I-485 USCIS Case

I-485 case: Approved in 1467 days (-808 days more than average)
India
India
primary
Nebraska
EB2
18 Oct 2006
01 Jul 2007
06 Aug 2007
13 Sep 2007
concurrent
regular
01 Oct 2007
08 Nov 2007
yes
approved
23 Jan 2008
approved
07 Jul 2011
yes
yes
12 Oct 2007
26 Dec 2007
103 days
178 days
130 days
1467 days
No SLUD. No Mail. Card in the mail
30 Nov -0001
12 Jul 2011
No SLUD. No Mail. Card in the mail


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Posted by Greened2009
04 Aug 2008 #1
hi, was the USCIS able to confirm your case is being considered under cross chargeability when you recently called them?
Posted by Thinkpad1978
05 Aug 2008 #2
No. I once got the I/O to say it is been charge via Cross charge but the rest say that they can't see that information. A couple of I/O's have said that thye will email the Adjudicatiing Officer who will pull my file and see. Yesterday I was told by an NSC officer that my case is now being reviewed and a decision will be soon made (not sure how much that is true ).
Posted by RFEI140
08 Sep 2008 #3
Thinkpad what was ur RFE reply date?
Posted by Thinkpad1978
08 Sep 2008 #4
I still haven't received details on my RFE yet.
Posted by Trackbuzz
22 Sep 2008 #5
Hi ,
Wht was ur RFE abt..can u please share the details…thanks Buzz
Posted by Thinkpad1978
23 Sep 2008 #6
My RFE was
Primary Applicant
1. Birth Certificate

SPouse
1) F-1 status since 2006
2) Proof of waiver for 2 year home residency
3) Proof of Bona Fide marriage
4) Copy of -1-94
Posted by crosscharge
24 Sep 2008 #7
Thinkpad, Since your 485 Received date is not past 30 days of NSC's processing date, were they willing to talk to you. I once called TSE and they didn't give me anything except I have to wait for 30 days after processing days becomes current.
Posted by BennyLava
24 Sep 2008 #8
Why do they need this?

2) Proof of waiver for 2 year home residency

Your wife is the dependent isn't she? Was she on J1 and did she convert to F-1?
Posted by Thinkpad1978
25 Sep 2008 #9
yes. she was on J-1 and coverted to F1. I am doomed.
Posted by Thinkpad1978
25 Sep 2008 #10
I tried to get a no objection letter from Ukraine to DOS. But they messed up the verbiage. DOS has asked it to be re-sent. With the political issue soging on between Ukraine, Russia and USA the governemnt it not responding. Therefore the waiver process is still. I have been advised to explain the situation to DOS and CIS and then let them make their decision.
Posted by Thinkpad1978
25 Sep 2008 #11
Btw: The advise was from lawyers and my friend's , friend who works in CIS (Local office) .
Posted by BennyLava
25 Sep 2008 #12
Hang in there mate, I'm sure that it is not that big a deal since she is a dependent, and they probably will accept unavailability as a reason.
Posted by Thinkpad1978
26 Sep 2008 #13
BennyLava- Thank you very much for your supporting words. I hope somethign turns out in our favor too.
Posted by BennyLava
12 Nov 2008 #14
Hey Thinkpad, any updates since 26th of Sept? Did the J1 issue get resolved?
Posted by Thinkpad1978
13 Nov 2008 #15
Thanks for checking. Nope. The case is in resumed status now. CIS recieved RFE repsonse for me and my wife on 10/12. The last LUD was on 10/17. No update after that.
Posted by BennyLava
03 Mar 2009 #16
Hey Thinkpad, has your case progressed in any way?
Posted by Thinkpad1978
07 Mar 2009 #17
BennyLava- My wife's case got rejected in Nov 2008 as I had expected. I believe now that my case is pre-adjudicated and will have to wait until PD passes Oct 06.
Posted by mudhalvan
18 Jun 2009 #18
Thinkpad1978 - aren't you filing under EB2 ROW (Cross-charged)? And EB2 Rest-of-the-world is always current ... why would the CIS wait for PD to pass Oct 06? I'm in the same boat as you, just wondering what I should be doing at this time, apart from passively waiting ... thanks :)

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