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I just realized that i have 5 days to submit my application to for removal of conditions my GC expires on the 3-20-08 Does it need to be sent on the start of the 90 days or after because i have until wed next week to do so. Should I pay someone to file it for me or should i take care of it myself

when we did my ASO i payed some lady to fill the forms and she charged like 600 dollars?

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No need to worry. It needs to be sent within the 90 days prior to the expiration date, so you have the last part December, January, February and even March to submit it.

Would recommend getting in soon as you can :)


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Filed: Timeline
No need to worry. It needs to be sent within the 90 days prior to the expiration date, so you have the last part December, January, February and even March to submit it.

Would recommend getting in soon as you can :)

Ditto - you have a 90 day window, but early submission gets you in the waiting line.... good luck!

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Don't worry, they recommend filing far enough in advance to give the service center time to review the petition and issue the extension. I filed Claudeth's right on the 90th day and then today did it again on the 69th day :P I made a slight mistake the first time :wacko:


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No need to worry. It needs to be sent within the 90 days prior to the expiration date, so you have the last part December, January, February and even March to submit it.

Would recommend getting in soon as you can :)

So too early is not good either? Im so glad im not in trouble because I still have some christmass shopping to do and filing next week was going to crunch me up a lil but hey first things first.

I used to be a member here in 05-06 during my ASO procesess but i lost track of my old screen name and stuff im so glad im ok thanks everybody for the heads up

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Filed: Other Timeline

ahhaha i was able to get my old Screen name back


9-2-05 Sent AOS EAD to Chicago.

9-5-05 BCIS Recived my packet.

9-15-05 BCIS sent NOA I-797c

9-19-05 RECIEVED NOA!!

Waiting for BIOMETRICS APPOINMENT

10-11-05 INS sent Appointment letter

10-15-05 Recieved Appointment NOA.

10-21-05 Appointment date.

10-20-05 Went to ASC for appointment by mistake but they still took my Biometrics.

10-20-05 Biometrics for AOS and EAD were taken.

Wating

11-2-05 Got Email from them stating they recieved my RFE

11-17-05 Got an Email that stated that EAD case is approved on 11-16-05, and a notice letter was sent.

11-19-05 EAD in the MAIL RECIEVED.

11-21-05 Went to apply for SSN.

11-25-95 Passed Drivers License Test

Interview for AOS 3-20-2006

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No need to worry. It needs to be sent within the 90 days prior to the expiration date, so you have the last part December, January, February and even March to submit it.

Would recommend getting in soon as you can :)

So too early is not good either? Im so glad im not in trouble because I still have some christmass shopping to do and filing next week was going to crunch me up a lil but hey first things first.

I used to be a member here in 05-06 during my ASO procesess but i lost track of my old screen name and stuff im so glad im ok thanks everybody for the heads up

Ours was kicked back because I used the wrong form. I do believe they will also kick back the petition if you mail it in too early. Just don't wait until it is a week before the card expires :P I think everyone tries to do it at 90 days just to get the process going and give USCIS plenty of time to issue the extension letter. Good luck :thumbs:


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: England
Timeline

With all the problems i had with new fees and then sending them too much. By the time my forms were received by the CSC my GC had expired. They backdated my letter with the one year extention and now i am just waiting for my 10 year GC


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11 July 05 Visa file at Embassy

3 Aug 05 Email with Interview date!!!

5 Sept 05 Medical in London 0840

8 Sept 05 Interview at London Embassy 1000

13 Sept 05 Fly to US

03 Oct 05 green card and SSN arrive YEah!!!!!!!

13 Dec 05 Ethan 1 year old

26 Oct 06 Keira Born

13 Jul Start preparing I-751 packet

21 Jul Mailed Packet to Nebraska!! (Via Express Mail)

23 Jul Packet received @ Nebraska

7 Aug received Packet back as had sent photocopy of I-751

8 Aug Sent back I-751 with original form and all other evidence

13 Sept Received NOA1

26 Oct Biometrics appointment 11/21 Seattle

21 Nov Had Biometrics appointment at Seattle

13 Dec Received notification that greencard has been ordered!!!!

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With all the problems i had with new fees and then sending them too much. By the time my forms were received by the CSC my GC had expired. They backdated my letter with the one year extention and now i am just waiting for my 10 year GC

Should I pay someone to file and put together my Packet or should I put it together my self?

Does anyone here get their packets put together by someone or do they just doit themselfs

I paid almost $800 just in imigration services fees for my AOS all I did was bring what ever they asked me for and I signed where I needed and mailed it. I really like the VJ PDF file where you can type all the info on there and print to where you just have to write a signature. toughts or comments?


9-2-05 Sent AOS EAD to Chicago.

9-5-05 BCIS Recived my packet.

9-15-05 BCIS sent NOA I-797c

9-19-05 RECIEVED NOA!!

Waiting for BIOMETRICS APPOINMENT

10-11-05 INS sent Appointment letter

10-15-05 Recieved Appointment NOA.

10-21-05 Appointment date.

10-20-05 Went to ASC for appointment by mistake but they still took my Biometrics.

10-20-05 Biometrics for AOS and EAD were taken.

Wating

11-2-05 Got Email from them stating they recieved my RFE

11-17-05 Got an Email that stated that EAD case is approved on 11-16-05, and a notice letter was sent.

11-19-05 EAD in the MAIL RECIEVED.

11-21-05 Went to apply for SSN.

11-25-95 Passed Drivers License Test

Interview for AOS 3-20-2006

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Filed: Country: Philippines
Timeline

First, don't use the VJ forms posted on VJ for your filing. You can use them as guides, but they may or may not be updated now. See Jasman's posts. There is a PDF fillable version on the USCIS site that is up to date.

We've done all our filings ourselves. You don't need an attorney, just an eye for detail, time, and patience.


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09/22/2004 I-129F submitted

10/01/2004 I-129F Approved

12/15/2004 K1 Issued

12/30/2004 Arrival in US

02/19/2005 Married

01/30/2006 Conditional Green Card Approved

01/15/2008 Conditions Removed and 10 Year Card Issued

03/28/2009 N-400 mailed to Lockbox

07/17/2009 Interview Denver USCIS office RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL

08/28/2009 Naturalization Ceremony - US District Court - Denver, Colorado[/b][/u]

09/04/2009 Applied for passport

09/22/2009 Passport approved and mailed

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08/26/2009 Naturalization Certificate and Name Change Petition arrive back from State Department

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: England
Timeline

I just put together our package together myself. It is very simple and the guides that are on here are really helpful. no need to spend extra money when you don't have to.


13 June 05 Case Completed

23 June 05 Case Sent to London

11 July 05 DOS says Electronic file has been entered!!

11 July 05 Visa file at Embassy

3 Aug 05 Email with Interview date!!!

5 Sept 05 Medical in London 0840

8 Sept 05 Interview at London Embassy 1000

13 Sept 05 Fly to US

03 Oct 05 green card and SSN arrive YEah!!!!!!!

13 Dec 05 Ethan 1 year old

26 Oct 06 Keira Born

13 Jul Start preparing I-751 packet

21 Jul Mailed Packet to Nebraska!! (Via Express Mail)

23 Jul Packet received @ Nebraska

7 Aug received Packet back as had sent photocopy of I-751

8 Aug Sent back I-751 with original form and all other evidence

13 Sept Received NOA1

26 Oct Biometrics appointment 11/21 Seattle

21 Nov Had Biometrics appointment at Seattle

13 Dec Received notification that greencard has been ordered!!!!

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Filed: Other Country: England
Timeline

THat's a choice only you can make, but just for the record, these removing conditions forms (2 short pages) are the easiest ones thus far...I'm sure you could do it. :) M.


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