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how long to get greencard after interview??

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Hey guys.

My interview is going to happen on feb 8.

I'm married at almost 4 years, and bcause my husband wasnt a citizen yet, we waited until last year to apply for my AOS.

So, by a friend who works as a lawyer assistant said that is 99% chance that im beeing approved because of how long i'm married already...

But anyways lol

I was wondering, if, i DO get approved (with GODs helps, i will), how long should i be getting my card? I see a lot timelines here is abt 10..12 days after the interview.

Can i really count that is going to be this short?

IF i buy a ticket for 20 days later and the card does not get to me in time, can i go to a imigration office to ask for a stamp?

My friend said, that this is not possible!! But i dont want to believe it hahaha

by the way, my office is in Boston.

thanks VJ friends!!

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