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Old Nov 5th 2020, 4:39 pm
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Hi everyone!

I filed the I751 October 30th 2019, and got my biometrics done December 6th 2019. I sent an address change request January 10th 2020 and got a confirmation email. Honestly with everything that has been happening this year, this process was pushed to the back of my mind. I just thought to check the status since its been about a year since I filed. The status is "case is ready to be scheduled for an interview" and has been since April 30th 2020. But I obviously haven't heard anything. I'm guessing covid has affected things? Is it normal to not hear anything about scheduling the interview for 6 months? Do you think I should contact someone?

I live in Gaithersburg MD, if that changes anything lol

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1. Yes, COVID has affected all time lines.
2. Under present circumstances, normal, probably.
3. You can try contacting your congress person if you are concerned, but really the I-751 is always very low on USCIS' priority list. You remain a PR, so you're not losing anything.

You can still file the N-400 whenever you qualify for citizenship.

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I have exactly the same message on mine except a month earlier. One concern is that i might need to extend the rent on my apartment or buy somewhere. I might need to prove i am a PR, but its now getting to look like less than six months. I guess this may also be a problem if people need to get a new job.

I wonder if they will actually have a physical interview ?
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The new job should not be an issue. One only needs to show a drivers license and unrestricted social security card, both of which a US PR should have.

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I'm just over a year in since application and nothing but biometrics. Not loosing sleep over it, as long as I can keep getting 12 month extensions.
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How close to expiration do they extend ? It’s now just over 15 months since filing mine. Under 6 months left
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Originally Posted by Noorah101 View Post
1. Yes, COVID has affected all time lines.

You can still file the N-400 whenever you qualify for citizenship.

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This is news to me - and great news! I was sure I'd read somewhere I had to wait for the results of my I-751.
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This is news to me - and great news! I was sure I'd read somewhere I had to wait for the results of my I-751.
Ultimately, USCIS may need to wait for the I-751 to be approved, but you can file the N-400 and have them both in the system so hopefully at the end you'll get both adjudicated at the same time.

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My I-485/AOS interview was on the 'Ready to be scheduled for interview" for over 13 months, and that was well before Covid... I wouldn't worry.
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My I-485/AOS interview was on the 'Ready to be scheduled for interview" for over 13 months, and that was well before Covid... I wouldn't worry.
And what happened after the 13 months ? Did you have a physical interview and if so how much notice did you get ?
If mine takes 13 months my I-751 will of expired.
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And what happened after the 13 months ? Did you have a physical interview and if so how much notice did you get ?
If mine takes 13 months my I-751 will of expired.
I-751 is just the form number. You still remain a US PR no matter how long it takes to adjudicate the I-751.

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And what happened after the 13 months ? Did you have a physical interview and if so how much notice did you get ?
If mine takes 13 months my I-751 will of expired.
Yes I had a physical interview, it wasn't even really an interview. If you have sufficient evidence and are quite obviously in a genuine relationship the interview is nothing more than a minor inconvenience to take the time off work.

As Rene said, even if you're I-751 takes 5 years, you're a PR until it is adjudicated one way or the other.
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