Below is my Adjustment of Status Timeline:
August 26, 2008 - Mailed AOS package
Sept. 04, 2008 - NOA date
October 04, 2008 - Original Schedule for Biometrics
October 31, 2008- Change to this date and finally Biometrics DONE
November 18, 2008 - Received email about my case status Approval Notice was mailed by USCIS
November 20, 2008 - Received my Employment Authorization CARD.
Facts about Employment Authorization Card:
You are authorized to work consistent with any conditions shown on the card until it expires.
- If you apply for a job, you may show your card to the employer to show you are authorized to work while the card is valid.
- If you are already employed and this card extends your employment authorization, you may show this new card to your employer to show that your work authorization has been extended.
Firstly, I brought the following:
- My Photo ID - driver's license
- Notice of Action or Appointment Letter
- My passport
They did not asked for my passport. But I advice those who do not have biometrics to follow what was stated in the NOA or Notice of Action letter.
I did not bring camera and cellphone as stated but I did not see any machine there to detect those gadgets or nobody asked me if I have those gadgets.
The worse thing that would happen if you do not have a cellphone and you are not from Honolulu, it would be difficult to call for a taxi, I can not find some telephone both there. Good thanks that a stranger waiting for a bus in a bus stop dialed the taxi number that was given to me from the airport.
The whole procedure just took less than 10 minutes.
The next thing that I worried about was my flight schedule in going back to Kauai Island, 3 hours of waiting in the airport but I was able to handle it by changing the flight schedule and paid $25. That's it. Jetlog