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Time running out for I751 Interview.

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Good Morning,  I don't think there's a problem but I want to make sure. Were waiting for an I751 Interview. We already got the one year extension. Biometrics been done. And her extension ,  it expires on Nov 25, 2017. Wife got a letter from work that her work card expires on that day. And I took her to renew her State ID, and  they ran the check and gave it to her until Nov 25.  She checks her status somewhere and it says there's no problem.  So should I send something to the local office and tell them shes going to lose her job if they don't get with it. I thought before that if you hit the deadline with no interview they issue a card.  And just for the record. She is flying to New York to get her Chinese passport renewed by appointment.  If anyone can comment on that. It looks like another fiasco in the making according to their website. And Thank you everyone. 

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On 9/4/2017 at 4:45 AM, Dieseltu said:

Good Morning,  I don't think there's a problem but I want to make sure. Were waiting for an I751 Interview. We already got the one year extension. Biometrics been done. And her extension ,  it expires on Nov 25, 2017. Wife got a letter from work that her work card expires on that day. And I took her to renew her State ID, and  they ran the check and gave it to her until Nov 25.  She checks her status somewhere and it says there's no problem.  So should I send something to the local office and tell them shes going to lose her job if they don't get with it. I thought before that if you hit the deadline with no interview they issue a card.  And just for the record. She is flying to New York to get her Chinese passport renewed by appointment.  If anyone can comment on that. It looks like another fiasco in the making according to their website. And Thank you everyone. 

I'm sorry. I am confused. Are you at tha AOS stage or ROC phase of the process? If ROC, then search the forums for how to schedule an infopass to get an I-551 (I think that is the number) in her passport. The stamp takes the place of her two-year green card and acts as another one year extension for work and travel. How close are you to the 3-year mark with the temporary green card? You could look into filing for Naturalization under the 3-year married rule which wold force USCIS to adjudicate the I751. Sorry, I don't know about renewing her passport in person or if she needs the stamp in the renewed passport (or she could carry both). These are questions that might be found in the ROC forum because they come up fairly often. Perhaps you could ask the moderators to move this to the ROC forum. Good luck.

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