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Help! Renewing Green Card for 2nd Time!

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For some reasons my husband doesn't want to file for USC and just want to keep his LPR status, since this will be his 2nd time to renew. We're not sure what answers to put since this is his 2nd time..

Part 3. Processing Information

1. Location where you applied for an immigrant visa or adjustment of status:

2. Location where your immigrant visa was issued or USCIS office where you were granted adjustment of status:

Complete Item Numbers 3.a. and 3.a1. if you entered the United States with an immigrant visa. (If you were granted adjustment of status, proceed to Item Number 4.)

# 1 -- is the immigrant visa pertaining to the visa he got way back 1994 or his first renewal of green card in 2005 here in US already?!

It was a family visa-- they were petitioned by a relative (brother of his dad) in Hawaii and they were in the Philippines. We're confused should we put Philippines, Hawaii (petitioner's loc), or where he filed his first renewal/replacement here in US.

#2 -- ofcourse originally they were approved and given a visa in the Philippines, should that be the answer or the 1st renawal/replacement of his card here in US. Pls. Help!!

The question is asking VISA, should we stick to the original? but since this is his 2nd time we dont know which infos to put.. :(

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Since they are asking about the immigrant visa, the answer should be:

1. US Embassy Manila, Philippines

2. US Embassy Manila, Philippines

Edited by apple21

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Thanks for your reply.. Are you familiar with the form? Just want to make sure since # 1 is asking for the location-- they were petitioned from a relative in Hawaii last 1994.. Is US Embassy MLA the right answer for that even if his Uncle was the who petitioned them?

Part 3. Processing Information

1. Location where you applied for an immigrant visa or adjustment of status:

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Him and his parents are the applicants for the immigrant visa, not the uncle/petitioner. So US Embassy Manila, Philippines is the right answer because that's where they were interviewed.

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