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arrowSo weird! Greencard sent back to Lees Summit, MO
December 12, 2014, 5:55 pm Last comment by noway123456
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So weird everyone. Just wanted to share this in case anyone else experiences this in the future.
So my husband's case was approved and then on Novemeber 24, we received an update saying that the card was mailed! They didn't provide a tracking number though.
Today I got another update saying that card was mailed!!! We were like WHAT? I checked USCIS website and now that it moved onto the delivered stage it provided a tracking number. When I checked it it stated it was delivered to LEES SUMMIT. So I called uscis and after being rebadged I was put on hold for about 50 minutes. When I spoke to the man on the phone he wanted to reassure that our address was current, which it is. He then said it's possible because my husband isn't registered at the post office for the address! So weird because all of his other papers and EAD came without an issue. But he requested that they resend it with "in care of" my last name. He said the card or either a letter should be here by Wednesday. We live with my parents. I hope it comes by Wednesday it's been so long!


 
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arrowConditional Green card mailed!! Next Steps?
November 25, 2014, 12:38 am Last comment by k1 UAE
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Hello,

My husband and I just received his welcome letter and an update that his card was mailed today!!!
I just had a few final questions:
1) He should no longer use his EAD/A.P once the green card actually arrives, correct? We should just put it away for safe keeping? ex: if he has a job offer show green card and not EAD
2) We received his Social Security Card while he was still here on his K-1 and it states "not authorized to work...." so we should go back to the social security office with his physical green card so he can receive a normal SS card, correct?
3) Since he was approved in November of 2014 his card will expire in November of 2016. That means we will have to file for the Removal of Conditions in August of 2016?

Sorry for the questions, we were not approved the same day as our interview so our IO didn't give us any information. I know the answer to most of these but I rather be safe than sorry.


 
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arrowThis is good right???
November 20, 2014, 3:48 pm Last comment by A&B
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My interview was on November 18. We weren't left with any real answers, no paper given to us so I was really nervous. Today I checked my case status online and received this:

On November 19, 2014, we registered your permanent resident status and mailed you a Welcome Notice for Receipt Number xxx Please follow the instructions in the notice. Your new permanent resident card should arrive by January 18, 2015, after this registration or after you complete any ADIT processing referred to in the welcome notice, whichever is later. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address.

Is this the approval my husband and I have been so desperately waiting for?? Are all welcome notice case statuses like this?

Also, what is ADIT?


 
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arrowInterview today- unsure of the outcome
November 18, 2014, 8:41 pm Last comment by noway123456
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Hello all,

 

Today my husband and I had our interview for his greencard. Our appointment was at 1:35 and we got there early. They called us in at about 1:45. We had brought an interpreter with us but the immigration officer said one was not needed because my husband's English was good enough.

 

She seemed nice, but she was still very serious about it all. She asked questions: Address, who do you live with, who supports you, what do you do for work, etc. Then she read the list of questions that all were "no." My husband sometimes asked her to repeat the question and she would get kind of annoyed at that but he wanted to make sure he answered everything honestly with a complete understanding. This is exactly why we brought the interpreter but the officer said she was not needed.

 

She then asked us when we got married, who proposed, when did we get engaged, how we met, etc. I told her that my husband is my mom's cousin. This is legal in California. She went on to ask "Is this allowed here?" I said, "Yes, it is." She then asked us about our future plans. We told her we planned on moving out after I graduate college, and to start looking for jobs for the both of us. She asked if those were the only plans we had for this year and next. My husband mentioned that we are going to have a party of January 9, 2015 as a moving out party with my family.

We gave her pictures of our small court wedding. She asked why the person who married us wasn't in the pictures. I said because the lady specifically asked us not to take pictures until after the ceremony was over because it would interrupt her. Our officer did not look at the other 50 pictures that we brought of our relationship. 

 

She took copies of our ids and passports, and then said "If we need anything else we will contact you." We thanked her and she walked us to the door.

The thing is, I have read that everyone else gets some type of LETTER stating their current status. We didn't recieve anything! She didn't even give us our interview letter back.

 

I'm very worried because I do not know what do next or what to expect. Can anyone give me any words of advice? Thank you.



 
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arrowROC evidence question.
November 15, 2014, 4:33 am Last comment by Omar313
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Hey everyone, I just have a quick question regarding my wife's ROC application that I will be sending out next month. As far as the evidence goes, this is all I have. We live with my parents at this time until my wife finishes up school and I can save up enough to get our own place(around July 2015) hopefully.

We don't have any joint bills because that's all under my fathers name. I have the following evidence so far.

2013 tax transcripts/return-filed jointly.
Copy of our ID's & DL -showing same address
My life insurance with her as the primary beneficiary.
Our daughters birth certificate who was born here(U.S) about 6 months ago-showing us both as her parents.
Pictures of us together-on trips-with my family.
A cover letter explaining our situation.

Should we be expecting an RFE or interview? By the way, my wife was interviewed at her AOS stage and it went very smooth, we received the approval email about 2 hours after we left the interview. Thanks in advance for your inputs.


 
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