Do YOU sign your name when you help someone else?
__________________TEAM NEBRASKA: Application Sent:9/12/2012 ||Application Received: 9/14/2012
G-1145 Notification: 9/20/2012 ||I-797C Received: 9/22/2012||Biometrics Appt: 10/24/2012 - Walk-in 10/9/2012||EAD Approved: 11/20/2012|| SSN Received: 12/10/2012|| TX ID:12/12/2012 ||TX DL: 2/15/2013||LPR:Pending||Citizenship:Pending||Death:Pending
__________________DACA sent: July 16
Bios: August 19
EAD Approval: October 21
DACA Approval: October 22
__________________Self filed AOS │Apps Received By USCIS - 3/18/19 │Biometrics Done - 4/11/19
Interview Scheduled - 4/24/19│Interview Date - 5/31/19│AOS Approval - 5/31/19
Permanent Resident Card Received - 6/8/19
__________________Mid-40's dreamer (yeah, time flies), aged out of original DACA and didn't have a chance to apply for extended DACA after Republicans killed it on the vine. Have family petition that is now officially current but with past skeletons, is risky to move forward with AOS. Life is on hold for now until laws and/or government becomes more friendly. Life sucks.