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  1. Thank you everyone. I will pursue as advised. No one know whats going on with San Bernardino USCIS office.
  2. Hi All, After much frustrating wait, I am turning here for help. I filed for the N-400 Application last year, filing date July 15, 2016. I was finally called in for an interview on Jan 11th 2017. The interview went well but at the time, the officer mentioned that they had instituted a new system and thats why he cannot give me a date for the oath ceremony immediately as the application will have to go through a central office. He gave me the form N652 and checking me passed and congratulating me for application being recommended for approval. I was told that a I will receive a letter with a date for the oath ceremony within two weeks. It has been over 10 month now and I still am waiting for the oath ceremony letter. In the mean time, I have called the 1800 number several times and spoken to an L2 level office without any proper response. I have also taken 3 appointments with the field office with no information being shared on my case, but just being asked to wait (application going through a Q A Process). 1. Is anyone else experiencing these delayed processing times at the San Bernardino, CA Office? 2. What can I do to advance my case for expediting the Oath Ceremony?
  3. No SR, just received an email. Hopefully you will be receiving a notification anytime as well. Thanks and good luck.
  4. Ok, today my status read 'decision' and received the message below. Initially it seems like there has been a decision but cant understand the second paragraph. Can anyone decipher this? Thanks in advance..... "On May 4, 2011, we mailed you a notice that we had registered this customer's new permanent resident status. Please follow any instructions on the notice. Your new permanent resident card should be mailed within 60 days following this registration or after you complete any ADIT processing referred to in the welcome notice, whichever is later. If you move before receiving your card, please call our customer service center at 1-800-375-5283. During this step the formal decision (approved/denied) is written and the decision notice is mailed and/or emailed to the applicant/petitioner. You can use our current processing time to gauge when you can expect to receive a final decision."
  5. Thanks all who posted. Seems like to wait for a few more days would be OK.
  6. I know those who get GC are no longer here on the Forum, but any folks who know more than I do, please post. Thank you.
  7. I am long follower of this forum and finally there is some good news to follow. My prioiry date is May 17th 2006 and is current in the May VB. My EAD expires August 19th 2011. Should I be filing for an extension for EAD anyways given the glacial pace of USCIS or should I just wait for GC. Does anyone know how long after the priority date becomes current does the actual GC arrive in the mail? Any experienced folks please guide in the right direction. Any help will be deeply appreciated. Longawaited.
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