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#1 keivn


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Posted 27 April 2011 - 12:32 PM

I already filling i751 on Nov30. But I only receipt one letter of finger print,I never got Noc1,about extension my GC 1year letter from immigration ,and already past 5 month now,it's not problem not receipt Noc1,and i has any problem form i751?what going on?what can i do now?I just make waitting?thank all to view .
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2008.03.03 Got call interview mail
2008.05.19 Interview
2008.05.23 Got K1 visa on passport
2008.08.01 Enter US

2008.08.25 Sent I-130 I-485 I-131 I-765
2008.09.12~15 GOT all notice
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#2 Brother Hesekiel

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Posted 27 April 2011 - 01:37 PM

The receipt with the extension is the NOA1. The Biometrics letter is the NOA2.
If you got only the NOA2, then the NOA1 must have been lost. If you already went to the Biometrics appointment a while ago, you should receive a new Green Card soon. If you need to travel before that, you will need to make an Infopass appointment with USCIS and get an I-551 stamp in your passport. At this point in time I would not do that unless you really need to.
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