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My I-751 Interview Experience

#1 JJBBKK

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Posted 01 December 2008 - 01:56 PM

Hello,

Just wanted to share with all of you my interview experience which I had on 08/06/08 at 7 am (I have started posting on this site very recently, im more active on boards.immigration.com but thought this information might be useful for some of you.

My case was I-751 removal of conditions, I was filing separately based on divorce (you can see my timeline in the signature). Prior to the interview my attorney and I had met a few times to make sure that we had all of the supporting documentation ready such as (joint taxes, water and power bills, health and dental insurance, car insurance, pictures, affidavits, etc).

We arrived early around 6:30 am and surprisingly there was no line, those in Miami would know that there is always a mile long line outside. We came in and sat down in the assigned waiting room where a lot of people were already waiting. My attorney placed the interview notice in the bin and sat down (please note that my interview notice came on July 25 giving me only about 2 weeks notice which I found odd as they usually give about a month notice, anyways). So we waited for approximately 10 minutes and my name was called by the officer. He escorted us to his office. Once we settled in, he made me raise my right hand and swear to tell only truth, i did. Then he asked my attorney to show him her bar card and ID which she provided to him immediately.

After that, he pulled out a huge, and I mean huge folder, which had my name on it and I was shocked how much paper was gathered on my file, WoW. The officer asked me to provide him with my passport and the conditional GC. Then he asked me several questions verifying my DOB, address, date of divorce and marriage, etc. I was a little bit nervous but managed to answer all of his questions in a calm manner. After that he asked one question if I was ever arrested, to which I replied that I was not but mentioned that I had DUI. Of course, he asked for the court certified documents and the deposition regarding that DUI. My attorney had these documents and provided him right away. Then he asked my attorney to provide supporting documentation that was not submitted with the original I-751 application. My attorney went through the list of the documents that we had and he only picked health/dental insurance papers, affidavits and car insurance!!! The officer quickly glanced through these documents and then, along with my huge file, he left the office telling us that he will be back.

He returned in approximately 3 minutes with a fingerprint card and without saying a word told me to look at the wall and give him my index finger which he fingerprinted on his card twice. Then he pulled out a large stamp from his drawer (at that moment my attorney gave me a congratulatory kick under the table ), the officer stamped my passport which says "upon endorsement, serves as temporary I-551 evidencing permanent residency for one year and Employment Authorized." I wanted to jump up and hug everyone but controlled my emotions. The officer congratulated me, advised that the permanent GC will be in my mailbox in approx 2 months, shook my hand and politely asked us to leave.

Please note that the entire interview took no longer than 10 minutes although it sounded like it was long. It was very quick and as you can see very few questions were asked. I was very pleased and happy, given that my journey to this started in 2003 and it was over 5 years until I finally came to this happy ending
Now I can breathe easy because I dont have to gather any more documents and remain in constant waiting mode for my interview.
Also want to say thanks to all who had answered my numerous (and sometimes nonsense) questions in this forum. Please, if you have any questions regarding my entire process or anything else, contact me and Ill be happy to assist. Good luck to all!!!
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04: I-485 Filed
05: Interview & Conditional GC recv'd
05/07: I-751 sent to TSC
06/07: FP complt'd
05/25/08: Recv'd letter that interview for 05/08 is being cancelled though I never recv'd a letter that interview was schdl'd
06/08: Cond'l GC 1yr extension expires 07/08, via info pass received a stamp in passport for another year
07/08: recv'd interview notice for beginning of Aug
08/06/08: I-751 interview and GC Apprv'l
08/20/08: Physical GC Recv'd
05/12: Eligible For Citizenship.
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2004: I-485 Filed
2005: Interview & Conditional GC recv'd
05/2007: I-751 sent to TSC
06/2007: FP completed
05/25/2008: Recv'd letter that interview for 05/08 is being cancelled though I never recv'd a letter that interview was scheduled
06/2008: Cond'l GC 1yr extension expires 07/08, via info pass received a stamp in passport for another year
07/2008: recv'd interview notice for beginning of Aug
08/06/2008: I-751 interview and GC Apprv'l
08/20/2008: Physical GC Recv'd
05/2012: Eligible For Citizenship
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Im not a lawyer (yet), so consider my posts accordingly...

#2 Alawi

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Posted 01 December 2008 - 02:40 PM

QUOTE (JJBBKK @ Dec 1 2008, 12:56 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hello,

Just wanted to share with all of you my interview experience which I had on 08/06/08 at 7 am (I have started posting on this site very recently, im more active on boards.immigration.com but thought this information might be useful for some of you.

My case was I-751 removal of conditions, I was filing separately based on divorce (you can see my timeline in the signature). Prior to the interview my attorney and I had met a few times to make sure that we had all of the supporting documentation ready such as (joint taxes, water and power bills, health and dental insurance, car insurance, pictures, affidavits, etc).

We arrived early around 6:30 am and surprisingly there was no line, those in Miami would know that there is always a mile long line outside. We came in and sat down in the assigned waiting room where a lot of people were already waiting. My attorney placed the interview notice in the bin and sat down (please note that my interview notice came on July 25 giving me only about 2 weeks notice which I found odd as they usually give about a month notice, anyways). So we waited for approximately 10 minutes and my name was called by the officer. He escorted us to his office. Once we settled in, he made me raise my right hand and swear to tell only truth, i did. Then he asked my attorney to show him her bar card and ID which she provided to him immediately.

After that, he pulled out a huge, and I mean huge folder, which had my name on it and I was shocked how much paper was gathered on my file, WoW. The officer asked me to provide him with my passport and the conditional GC. Then he asked me several questions verifying my DOB, address, date of divorce and marriage, etc. I was a little bit nervous but managed to answer all of his questions in a calm manner. After that he asked one question if I was ever arrested, to which I replied that I was not but mentioned that I had DUI. Of course, he asked for the court certified documents and the deposition regarding that DUI. My attorney had these documents and provided him right away. Then he asked my attorney to provide supporting documentation that was not submitted with the original I-751 application. My attorney went through the list of the documents that we had and he only picked health/dental insurance papers, affidavits and car insurance!!! The officer quickly glanced through these documents and then, along with my huge file, he left the office telling us that he will be back.

He returned in approximately 3 minutes with a fingerprint card and without saying a word told me to look at the wall and give him my index finger which he fingerprinted on his card twice. Then he pulled out a large stamp from his drawer (at that moment my attorney gave me a congratulatory kick under the table ), the officer stamped my passport which says "upon endorsement, serves as temporary I-551 evidencing permanent residency for one year and Employment Authorized." I wanted to jump up and hug everyone but controlled my emotions. The officer congratulated me, advised that the permanent GC will be in my mailbox in approx 2 months, shook my hand and politely asked us to leave.

Please note that the entire interview took no longer than 10 minutes although it sounded like it was long. It was very quick and as you can see very few questions were asked. I was very pleased and happy, given that my journey to this started in 2003 and it was over 5 years until I finally came to this happy ending
Now I can breathe easy because I dont have to gather any more documents and remain in constant waiting mode for my interview.
Also want to say thanks to all who had answered my numerous (and sometimes nonsense) questions in this forum. Please, if you have any questions regarding my entire process or anything else, contact me and Ill be happy to assist. Good luck to all!!!
__________________

04: I-485 Filed
05: Interview & Conditional GC recv'd
05/07: I-751 sent to TSC
06/07: FP complt'd
05/25/08: Recv'd letter that interview for 05/08 is being cancelled though I never recv'd a letter that interview was schdl'd
06/08: Cond'l GC 1yr extension expires 07/08, via info pass received a stamp in passport for another year
07/08: recv'd interview notice for beginning of Aug
08/06/08: I-751 interview and GC Apprv'l
08/20/08: Physical GC Recv'd
05/12: Eligible For Citizenship.



Hi i was reading ur experiance with I-751 through divorce , iam going in the same boat i hired an attorney and she will file for me next month , i got divorced last October , and i this is my evidance 3 affidvit letter from 1 from my brother and 2 from my friends , and we have mortgage house and car laon together , tax jointly , bilss , pics , trip....., how long it take to get approved ? can u share me with ur expiriance i appreciate thanks.
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#3 Yaads

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Posted 01 December 2008 - 02:51 PM

Thanks for sharing your experience. Glad everything went through well for you. Congrats biggrin.gif
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#4 JJBBKK

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Posted 02 December 2008 - 11:25 AM

QUOTE (Yaads @ Dec 1 2008, 02:51 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Thanks for sharing your experience. Glad everything went through well for you. Congrats biggrin.gif


Thanks Yaads.

Alawi - please refer to my timeline in the signature to see how long it took before i got my final interview (a little over a year) and i got approved at the interview and the card was received a few weeks later....let me know if you have other questions
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2004: I-485 Filed
2005: Interview & Conditional GC recv'd
05/2007: I-751 sent to TSC
06/2007: FP completed
05/25/2008: Recv'd letter that interview for 05/08 is being cancelled though I never recv'd a letter that interview was scheduled
06/2008: Cond'l GC 1yr extension expires 07/08, via info pass received a stamp in passport for another year
07/2008: recv'd interview notice for beginning of Aug
08/06/2008: I-751 interview and GC Apprv'l
08/20/2008: Physical GC Recv'd
05/2012: Eligible For Citizenship
___________________________________
Im not a lawyer (yet), so consider my posts accordingly...

#5 BBAN

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Posted 02 December 2008 - 02:01 PM

QUOTE (JJBBKK @ Dec 2 2008, 10:25 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (Yaads @ Dec 1 2008, 02:51 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Thanks for sharing your experience. Glad everything went through well for you. Congrats biggrin.gif


Thanks Yaads.

Alawi - please refer to my timeline in the signature to see how long it took before i got my final interview (a little over a year) and i got approved at the interview and the card was received a few weeks later....let me know if you have other questions



Hi,

We had our adjustment of status interview in Houston October 27 (2008) and we (I) were approved. I have not received the 10 year green card yet, should I worry or would it take 60 days? (I tough it would only take a couple of weeks).
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#6 wannabe_texan

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Posted 02 December 2008 - 09:18 PM

QUOTE (BBAN @ Dec 2 2008, 01:01 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi,

We had our adjustment of status interview in Houston October 27 (2008) and we (I) were approved. I have not received the 10 year green card yet, should I worry or would it take 60 days? (I tough it would only take a couple of weeks).


Congratulations BBAN! I hadn't seen that you had been approved after your incredibly long wait! kicking.gif kicking.gif kicking.gif Did you post an interview experience too somewhere?

For what it's worth, my GC after AOS took 3 weeks from Houston - seems to be partly dependent on the local office too.

Edited by wannabe_texan, 02 December 2008 - 09:19 PM.

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AOS: ND - June 5 2006 | RFE - June 15 2006 | FP Notice - June 30 (Rescheduled to Sept 16) | AP ND - August 14 2006| Walk-in FP - Sept 5 (FP cleared next day!) | Interview - Sept 8 2006 (Approved!) | Welcome Letter - Sept 13 | EAD received - Sept 19 (kinda moot since I'm waiting for GC) | GC received - Sept 23 2006 - Woohoo!!

I-751:
06/10/08 Mailed package to VSC direct (per memo instructions) not TSC. The wait begins... | 06/11/08 Package received at VSC (12.12pm) | 06/19/08 Check cashed | 06/20/08 Received NOA1 in the mail - ND is 06/17/08 | 07/10/08 Received Biometrics Appt Letter - ND is 7/7/08 | 07/22/08 Biometrics (had to do ink & paper also...) | 07/22/08 Touched | 07/23/08 Touched | 02/11/09 Transferred to CSC (got email)... | 02/12/09 Touched | 02/20/09 Touched (but no email) | 03/24/09 Approval letter arrives in the mail! Approval date is 3/18/09 from VSC | 04/03/09 Received card, postmarked 3/31 from CSC

N-400: 06/11/09 Mailed to Lewisville Lockbox | 06/12/09 Package received at Lockbox and signed for at 1.31pm | 06/18/09 Check Cashed |
06/19/09 NOA, PD 06/12/09 | 07/06/09 Biometrics letter received, ND is 07/02/09 | 07/24/09 Biometrics appointment | 08/06/09 IL received, ND 08/03/09 | Interview 09/14/09 at 9.30am (approved!) | Oath 10/21/09 | USC

#7 BBAN

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Posted 03 December 2008 - 08:30 AM

QUOTE (wannabe_texan @ Dec 2 2008, 08:18 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (BBAN @ Dec 2 2008, 01:01 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi,

We had our adjustment of status interview in Houston October 27 (2008) and we (I) were approved. I have not received the 10 year green card yet, should I worry or would it take 60 days? (I tough it would only take a couple of weeks).


Congratulations BBAN! I hadn't seen that you had been approved after your incredibly long wait! kicking.gif kicking.gif kicking.gif Did you post an interview experience too somewhere?

For what it's worth, my GC after AOS took 3 weeks from Houston - seems to be partly dependent on the local office too.



Thanks, yes I just announced my completion of my interview under VSC VSC I-751 status list including transfer from Texas. The interview went very well. The adjuster just took us trough the legal portion and then she asked if we broth some documented evidence which I handed over (joint over ship of our home and mortgage, one joint savings account, and both name in my healthcare plane). After that the adjuster asked us about our professions, and then I was adjusted, it took only 10 minutes. The adjuster printed out a Approval Notification, which conclude the adjustment and that I will receive the I-551 card within a short period.



This was on October 27, and no card yet, I guess I have to wait 60 days or more??
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#8 JJBBKK

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Posted 03 December 2008 - 10:16 AM

QUOTE (BBAN @ Dec 3 2008, 08:30 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (wannabe_texan @ Dec 2 2008, 08:18 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (BBAN @ Dec 2 2008, 01:01 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi,

We had our adjustment of status interview in Houston October 27 (2008) and we (I) were approved. I have not received the 10 year green card yet, should I worry or would it take 60 days? (I tough it would only take a couple of weeks).


Congratulations BBAN! I hadn't seen that you had been approved after your incredibly long wait! kicking.gif kicking.gif kicking.gif Did you post an interview experience too somewhere?

For what it's worth, my GC after AOS took 3 weeks from Houston - seems to be partly dependent on the local office too.



Thanks, yes I just announced my completion of my interview under VSC VSC I-751 status list including transfer from Texas. The interview went very well. The adjuster just took us trough the legal portion and then she asked if we broth some documented evidence which I handed over (joint over ship of our home and mortgage, one joint savings account, and both name in my healthcare plane). After that the adjuster asked us about our professions, and then I was adjusted, it took only 10 minutes. The adjuster printed out a Approval Notification, which conclude the adjustment and that I will receive the I-551 card within a short period.


This was on October 27, and no card yet, I guess I have to wait 60 days or more??


BBAN - congrats. during my interview, when the IO was approving my case, he said that it would normally take up to 60 days for me to receive my card but for some reason i got it in few weeks, so it all depends, just relax, everythng is over and you will have ur card sooner than later...
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2004: I-485 Filed
2005: Interview & Conditional GC recv'd
05/2007: I-751 sent to TSC
06/2007: FP completed
05/25/2008: Recv'd letter that interview for 05/08 is being cancelled though I never recv'd a letter that interview was scheduled
06/2008: Cond'l GC 1yr extension expires 07/08, via info pass received a stamp in passport for another year
07/2008: recv'd interview notice for beginning of Aug
08/06/2008: I-751 interview and GC Apprv'l
08/20/2008: Physical GC Recv'd
05/2012: Eligible For Citizenship
___________________________________
Im not a lawyer (yet), so consider my posts accordingly...

#9 BBAN

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Posted 03 December 2008 - 11:30 AM

QUOTE (JJBBKK @ Dec 3 2008, 09:16 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (BBAN @ Dec 3 2008, 08:30 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (wannabe_texan @ Dec 2 2008, 08:18 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (BBAN @ Dec 2 2008, 01:01 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi,

We had our adjustment of status interview in Houston October 27 (2008) and we (I) were approved. I have not received the 10 year green card yet, should I worry or would it take 60 days? (I tough it would only take a couple of weeks).


Congratulations BBAN! I hadn't seen that you had been approved after your incredibly long wait! kicking.gif kicking.gif kicking.gif Did you post an interview experience too somewhere?

For what it's worth, my GC after AOS took 3 weeks from Houston - seems to be partly dependent on the local office too.



Thanks, yes I just announced my completion of my interview under VSC VSC I-751 status list including transfer from Texas. The interview went very well. The adjuster just took us trough the legal portion and then she asked if we broth some documented evidence which I handed over (joint over ship of our home and mortgage, one joint savings account, and both name in my healthcare plane). After that the adjuster asked us about our professions, and then I was adjusted, it took only 10 minutes. The adjuster printed out a Approval Notification, which conclude the adjustment and that I will receive the I-551 card within a short period.


This was on October 27, and no card yet, I guess I have to wait 60 days or more??


BBAN - congrats. during my interview, when the IO was approving my case, he said that it would normally take up to 60 days for me to receive my card but for some reason i got it in few weeks, so it all depends, just relax, everythng is over and you will have ur card sooner than later...



Thanks for your reply, to got worry after 4 weeks of waiting for the card to appear in my mailbox , but I think in my case it will take 60 days.
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#10 beejay

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Posted 03 December 2008 - 03:07 PM

Congrats JJBBKK good.gif
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#11 north111

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Posted 03 December 2008 - 04:10 PM

Hi, Congratulations!!!!!! I have a question; didn't you send the health/dental papers, affidavits and car insurance papers when you first filed the I-751???
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Posted 03 December 2008 - 04:19 PM

Congrats!!! I think I remember your case pretty well.

Nice that you are done with it...what I don't find easy to read is your signature...04 you file for I-485 you mean year 2004 and then in 2005 you was approved for AOS but WHEN you divorce? which year?
and you put 5/12 for citizenship? you mean which year? is 90 days before your 5 year as resident that counts even the time as conditional resident.

Good luck!
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#13 JJBBKK

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Posted 04 December 2008 - 11:20 AM

QUOTE (north111 @ Dec 3 2008, 04:10 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi, Congratulations!!!!!! I have a question; didn't you send the health/dental papers, affidavits and car insurance papers when you first filed the I-751???


Thanks, yes i did send all of the mentioned documents with my 751.

QUOTE (cherr1980 @ Dec 3 2008, 04:19 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Congrats!!! I think I remember your case pretty well.

Nice that you are done with it...what I don't find easy to read is your signature...04 you file for I-485 you mean year 2004 and then in 2005 you was approved for AOS but WHEN you divorce? which year?
and you put 5/12 for citizenship? you mean which year? is 90 days before your 5 year as resident that counts even the time as conditional resident.

Good luck!


Sorry for confusion, yes 485 was filed in 2004, divorce was in 2006, and the citizenship date is 05/2012. Thanks!
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2004: I-485 Filed
2005: Interview & Conditional GC recv'd
05/2007: I-751 sent to TSC
06/2007: FP completed
05/25/2008: Recv'd letter that interview for 05/08 is being cancelled though I never recv'd a letter that interview was scheduled
06/2008: Cond'l GC 1yr extension expires 07/08, via info pass received a stamp in passport for another year
07/2008: recv'd interview notice for beginning of Aug
08/06/2008: I-751 interview and GC Apprv'l
08/20/2008: Physical GC Recv'd
05/2012: Eligible For Citizenship
___________________________________
Im not a lawyer (yet), so consider my posts accordingly...

#14 BBAN

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Posted 05 December 2008 - 08:40 AM

QUOTE (wannabe_texan @ Dec 2 2008, 08:18 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (BBAN @ Dec 2 2008, 01:01 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi,

We had our adjustment of status interview in Houston October 27 (2008) and we (I) were approved. I have not received the 10 year green card yet, should I worry or would it take 60 days? (I tough it would only take a couple of weeks).


Congratulations BBAN! I hadn't seen that you had been approved after your incredibly long wait! kicking.gif kicking.gif kicking.gif Did you post an interview experience too somewhere?

For what it's worth, my GC after AOS took 3 weeks from Houston - seems to be partly dependent on the local office too.




Hi,
I have another question, my status (on the USCIS webpage case status) have not been updated after my interview, is that normal?
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#15 JJBBKK

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Posted 05 December 2008 - 10:52 AM

QUOTE (BBAN @ Dec 5 2008, 08:40 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (wannabe_texan @ Dec 2 2008, 08:18 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
QUOTE (BBAN @ Dec 2 2008, 01:01 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi,

We had our adjustment of status interview in Houston October 27 (2008) and we (I) were approved. I have not received the 10 year green card yet, should I worry or would it take 60 days? (I tough it would only take a couple of weeks).


Congratulations BBAN! I hadn't seen that you had been approved after your incredibly long wait! kicking.gif kicking.gif kicking.gif Did you post an interview experience too somewhere?

For what it's worth, my GC after AOS took 3 weeks from Houston - seems to be partly dependent on the local office too.




Hi,
I have another question, my status (on the USCIS webpage case status) have not been updated after my interview, is that normal?


yes thats normal, if I were you Id stop looking at it entirely, they update is randomly i think, well, at least my status didnt change at all until i finally got the physical GC in my hands, seriously just relax and stop thinking about it and next thing you know the GC will be in ur mailbox!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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2004: I-485 Filed
2005: Interview & Conditional GC recv'd
05/2007: I-751 sent to TSC
06/2007: FP completed
05/25/2008: Recv'd letter that interview for 05/08 is being cancelled though I never recv'd a letter that interview was scheduled
06/2008: Cond'l GC 1yr extension expires 07/08, via info pass received a stamp in passport for another year
07/2008: recv'd interview notice for beginning of Aug
08/06/2008: I-751 interview and GC Apprv'l
08/20/2008: Physical GC Recv'd
05/2012: Eligible For Citizenship
___________________________________
Im not a lawyer (yet), so consider my posts accordingly...



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