We got our interview notice. Or rather, Good Man got his interview notice, which demanded that I, as his wife and sponsor, appear. August 27th, 10:15 am, we’ll be interviewing two and a half miles away. We know the building. It’s across the street from the subway station.
I am already nervous.
Good Man’s response was, “It must be hard to be you. You pre-worry so much.”
* To make this easier to read I will use * for new info.
6/1/2009: Mailed AOS/EAD/AP to Chicago Lockbox
6/3/2009: USPS reports rec’d
6/9/2009: Green registered mail with return receipt postcard rec’d
6/10/2009: I-485 check cashed (with no readable receipt number on the back of the check!)
6/11/2009: I-130 check cashed (with no readable receipt number on the back of the check!)
6/12/2009: NOAs rec’d for petition (130), green card (485), employment authorization (765), and advance parole (131); we now have his A-number; rec’d date 6/3, notice date 6/8
6/13/2009: Biometrics appt rec’d for 7/1
7/1/2009: Biometrics appt, in and out in 15 minutes
7/17/2009: USCIS website says that AP/EAD approval notice sent (haven’t rec’d yet)
* 7/22/2009: USCIS website says EAD card ordered (haven’t rec’d yet)
* 7/23/2009: USCIS website says EAD sent (haven’t rec’d yet)
* 7/24/2009: Rec’d notice for interview on 8/27 (Washington, DC location—which is actually in Fairfax)